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The Coweta


Vol. 27, No. 13 • Wednesday, September 23, 2015

THE POWER OF DIRECT MAIL 48,000 shoppers mailed monthly



Since 1989


Tea 101: Lesson For Beginners Page 6


Friendship, Hard Work Successful Recipe For Boss

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Tips For 1st Time Homebuyers Page 12


Ad Index...................... 2 Publisher’s Page .......... 3 In The Kitchen ........... 11 Just Ask Beth ............ 13 Sudoku Puzzle........... 16 Classifieds................. 16 Encouraging Words ... 17 Sports ....................... 18 Calendar Of Events .... 20 Ask The Agent ........... 22

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No print edition slated for Sept. 30 From Staff Reports The Coweta Shopper will not publish a print edition on Wednesday, Sept. 30. The remaining print schedule for the last quarter of 2015 includes four Wednesdays in October (7,14,21,28), four in November (4,11,18,25) and four in December (2,9,16,23). As always, readers can visit our website – – to stay posted of any local events or advertising specials which take place during the last week of September. In addition, readers can view a digi-

tal replica of the latest and previous print editions as well. We call the digital replica our E-Edition. The link can be found along the Navigation Bar on our home page. Other features on our website include real-time AccuWeather, Georgia Navigator Traffic, and local gas prices from Gas Buddy. The Coweta Shopper also uses social media platforms – Facebook and Twitter – to help keep readers in tune to what is happening in Newnan and Coweta County.



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The Shopper Staff



Joey Howard Digital Editor / Sales 404-698-0734 •

’ve heard it said, “If you ain’t movin forward, you’re a movin’ backwards, cause there ain’t no such thang as just sittin’ still!” Sitting still gets you run over – that’s what I’ve always said. And what seems interesting or popular today may become quite mediocre sooner than we think. So, with that in mind, The Coweta Shopper has made some changes we hope will continue to set us apart from other publications in our area. Our job is simple: to connect the citizens of Coweta County with the products, services and events available here, and to do so in an interesting, informative and positive way. Let me share with you some of the things you’ll see in this issue and with more to come in October.

Ruth Harris Doyal Composition 770-254-1421 • Joseph E. Williams Publisher 770-254-1421 • The Coweta Shopper is published by AdMedia, Inc. P. O. Box 757, Newnan, GA 30264 770-254-1421 The Coweta Shopper is a popular and effective advertising guide mailed weekly to 12,000+ homes and businesses throughout Coweta county. We have successfully served the Coweta county area for over twenty years with our consumer-oriented guide consisting of a wide variety of retail and service advertisers, along with classified advertisements. Our office is located on the corner of Hwy. 29 South & Pine Road Office Hours: Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri. 9 - 4. 770-254-1421 • Fax 770-254-8283 e-mail web: Mailing address is: P. O. Box 757, Newnan, GA 30264 The Coweta Shopper reserves the right to accept or reject any advertising as we feel is in the best interest of our publication.

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Like to cook? You’ll see recipes by folks right here in our community. And if you like gardening but don’t have a green thumb, you’ll want to see, beginning in October, The Master Gardener’s Association’s feature of local growers along with some good tips. Latina Emerson will continue her money-saving ideas with “Coweta’s Deal Finder”, and Newnan’s well-known freelance writer and editor, Angela McRae, is now a regular with her popular “Teatime with Angela”. Coweta County Agent Stephanie Ray Butcher has joined us with a regular article concerning agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development and family and consumer sciences. (If you hate mosquitoes, check out Stephanie’s remedies in this issue.) Our own Joey Howard now combines his love of sports with a sports-oriented journalism degree to share interesting information about some of “ … many of them are small businesses the high school and professional teams. Our very who keep “our” money circulating popular Calendar of Events section will now be through “our” community.” larger, allowing you to keep up with things happening in Coweta. And we’ll certainly continue the “Encouraging Words” which may help you get ahead or maybe just “get through the day”! I like mechanical stuff – things with wheels and a motor, so I’ll continue our “What’s in Your Garage?” article when I can find something interesting or unusual. And you will now be able to see all of this, and more, on a new, brighter looking type of paper allowing clearer text and images. But none of this would be possible without the support of the loyal advertisers who want to tell you about the products and services they offer right here in Coweta – many of them are small businesses who keep “our” money circulating through “our” community. (You’ll learn more about them in our “Business Spotlight” found in each issue.) And let’s not forget the United States Postal Service - the “Post Office”, who, out of the goodness of their heart, (along with a goodly sum of money from me), delivers the “Shopper” to over 48,000 homes and businesses. You might say, “We place it right on your kitchen table”. And at no cost to the reader! And finally, it takes a talented, efficient, hard-working staff to put this publication together each week. Our production manager, Ruth Harris Doyal, does most of the graphic design work and puts the paper together in an interesting, readable format. (About 1,350 issues so far!) She also has to keep up with all calendar of events and classified ads, while handling dozens of emails each day. And when the phone rings, who do you think is there to answer? Rusty Kuehl is a real pro at working with his ad clients. Some of our advertisers have done business with Rusty for over twenty years, and he takes great care of them. Joey Howard wears several hats. He sells and designs ads, writes articles, and is editor of our website. He’s been in this type of business most of his career and has added a lot to the company. And Robin McLaughlin, with her background in finance, accounts for all money coming in and going out, and is a joy to work with. They are all valuable members of our “team”. A man by the name of Joseph Swartz once said, “Think little goals and expect little achievements. Think BIG goals and win big successes!” The Coweta Shopper is a little paper with a big attitude, and we plan to continue “movin’ forward”, sticking with what works and changing when needed in order to be even more interesting, informative and positive. And with all this, we’ll continue to be the “Best advertising value in Coweta County”!


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Teatime with Angela Tea 101: A Lesson for Beginners Coweta County students headed back to school in early August, but September will always be the month I most associate with a new school year. And even for those of us who ended our formal schooling long ago, September remains a great month to learn something new. For the tea lover who aspires to learn more about teatime, I recommend a short and easy lesson on some tea basics I call Tea 101. This lesson aims to teach only two things: what tea is and how some of the most popular varieties are made.

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The tea plant itself is called Camellia sinensis. As the name suggests, it’s related to the camellias that grace our southern landscape. All true teas come from the Camellia sinensis plant, so beverages made from herbs such as chamomile and mint aren’t technically teas but are more accurately called “herbal infusions.” Did you know tea can be grown here in the South? The tea plant shown here grows in my backyard. My plant came from a fellow tea lover five years ago, and I’m told I can actually make my own tea from it one day if I choose. When I visited Hills and Dales in LaGrange years ago, I saw the Camellia sinensis hedge there and learned that it may have once provided tea for the Callaway family. Three of the most popular kinds of tea today are black, green, and oolong. When I first began studying tea, I was surprised to learn that the same tea plant can be used to make all three types of tea, and they differ in how they are processed. I see it this way. When you go to the grocery store and buy eggs, you don’t look for a carton marked “For Scrambled Eggs” or “For Fried Eggs” or “For Boiled Eggs.” You realize that all three of these delicacies are pos-

sible, and it’s simply how you cook the eggs that determines which food you’ll end up with. With tea, what matters is how long the tea leaves are allowed to oxidize, a process you’re already quite familiar with if you’ve ever sliced an apple and watched it turn brown. As so concisely puts it, “Oxidation begins after the leaf has been plucked from the plant and begins a process of being dried, withered, rolled, and heat treated.” With black tea, the tea leaf is fully oxidized. With green tea, the tea leaf is barely oxidized at all. And with oolong tea, the tea leaf is partially oxidized.

Recently, I saw an advertisement for green tea made with “green tea plants.” That made me smile, because that would be somewhat like finding eggs marked “Fresh Eggs for Scrambling.” So remember: True tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, and black tea, green tea, and oolong tea can all be made from the tea plant. It’s their processing method that distinguishes these teas. Class is now adjourned so we can all go enjoy an afternoon tea break!

Angela McRae is a freelance writer and editor from Newnan, and she has a tea blog at Email your teatime questions and comments to her at M September 23, 2015 M The Coweta Shopper M Page 7




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MLS #07295659 CIRCA 1886 VICTORIAN HOME IN GREENVILLE, 5BR/3BA, LR, Formal DR, updated kitchen w/breakfast area front & back porches, central heat & air upstairs, beautiful pine floors & staircase. Needs some work but a lot for $149,900. (JESS, FRANK oR LoRI)

MLS #07299209 STUNNING CApE COd on 14 mostly open acres on Smokey Rd. 3BR, 2 ½ BA, GR w/fpl, formal dining, fully equipped kitchen, front and back rocking chair porches. Double & detached garage. Easily converted to horse farm. New Price $349,900. (FRANK)

MLS #07441202 OppORTUNITY KNOCKS! Brick 4000 SF Building in Fairburn, former Bakery & Restaurant, 2 restrooms, 47 fenced parking places plus extra vacant lot, loading dock, central heat & air, equipment is negotiable. See at $190,000. (FRANK oR CHIP)

MLS #07125294 LAKE REdWINE, stone and hardiplank, 5 Bedrooms, 4 ½ baths, living room w/stone fireplace, formal dining room, fully equipped kitchen w/breakfast area, living room or office, full basement, triple garage. New Price $439,900. (Frank & Jess)

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MLS #07451859 ONE OF NEWNAN’S MOST IMpRESSIVE CUSTOM BRICK HOMES ON 4 LOTS IN WOOdBINE. Gorgeous setting & grounds. LR w/ f/p. Banquet size DR, den w/f/p, sunrm, study or library w/f/p. Updated kit. w/Corian c-tops, range, oven, dw, subzero refrig., custom cabinets, walk-in pantry & brkfst rm., crown molding thru-out. 10’ 4” ceiling/main & 9’ ceiling upstairs. Slate roof. 2 Savannah style patios. 3 car garage, Garden house. Bsmt w/wine cellar. $995,000

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MLS #07517083 pRIVATE, SERENE, MOUNTAIN – LIKE SETTING ON 17.11 ACRES. Spacious ranch, 24x32 shop w/water & electricity. Foyer entrance w/mahogany door, separate DR w/ bay windows, lg greatroom w/high vaulted ceiling & f/p. Sunroom w/watershed windows overlooks backyard. MBA w/dbl vanity, walkin closet, laundry closet & heaters. Kitchen w/brkfst area, island, lots of cabinet space & walk-in pantry. 2-car garage w/laundry rm & kitchen level entry. Rocking chair front porch. Alarm system. Double pane windows. Gorgeous views w/beautiful hardwoods & wildlife throughout property. Sodded front & back yard. $325,900. (FRANK & JESS)

MLS #07388029 pRIME LOCATION, HIGH VISIBILITY for an Income Producing Property. Strip Center Leased; 90 Unit Mini Warehouses; Restaurant; Rental Home. Ideal location to I-85 to Newnan or Columbus or West Point. All building are immaculate & well maintained. $699,000. (FRANK or CARoL)

MLS #07404992 dELIGHTFUL & SECLUdEd TRAdITIONAL HOME on 8 heavily wooded acre between Sharpsburg & Senoia. Hardwood flrs, 4BR/4BA, LR, formal DR, fully equpped kitchen w/breakfast area, huge fin. family room w/ wood stove & propane heat, screen porch on rear & rocking chair front porch. New price $335,000. FRANK or JESS

MLS #07419400 AppROXIMATELY 13,500 S/F METAL & STUCCO MANUFACTURING BLdG. 1,800 s/f fin. office space, 1,800 s/f unfin. office space upstairs. 2.08 acres in Shenandoah Ind. Park in Newnan. 5 Mins. to I-85 at Exit 47. 15 ton crane, reinforced concrete floor loading dock w/14’x16’ roll up door, two 8’x10’ roll up doors in front & 8’x10’ roll up door in back. Two handicap accessible restrooms. Reception area, 2 offices, conference room & kitchenette. $1,100,000. (FRANK or JESS)

MLS #07440664 BEAUTIFUL LAKE REdWINE CUSTOM BUILT HOME w/crown molding, columns & trim throughout. New carpet. Fresh paint coming! Spacious GR w/hdwd floor, custom ceiling & built bookshelves. Large den w/high ceilings & f/p. Kitchen w/granite countertops, breakfast bar, island, breakfast area w/built-in china cabinet. Foyer entrance, DR, office, big bonus room or 4th BR w/closet. Split BR plan. Large master w/walk-in closet, garden tub, separate shower, dbl vanity & trey ceiling. Private backyard on 1 acre corner lot. Detached two door garage w/walkway to house. $289,900. (JESS or FRANK)

MLS #07520994 O’dELL FARMS – Roomy Ranch has vaulted greatroom w/fireplace, open kitchen w/breakfast area & bar, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, huge sunroom on back and laundry room w/walk-in closet and work room. Handicapped accessible. Fenced backyard w/10’ x 12’ outbuilding. See to appreciate at $272,500. (JESS or FRANK)

MLS #07489348 dREAM HOME ON 1.90 ACRE CUL-dESAC LOT, 3 BR/plus Lg. Bonus room, 2 1/2 batha, Living room/Music room, formal dining room, family room w/fpl, hardwood floors on main, Kitchen w/ss appliance, brkfst bar & brkfst area w/bay window, private back yard. Near everything. See at $219,500! (Frank or Jess)

MLS #07318579 CUSTOM CONCRETE HOME w/5271 Sq. FT! Rare opportunity in prestigious Woodbine Subdivision. Potential to be a Million Dollar estate on 1.73 acre cul-de-sac lot with exclusive access to Sewell Rd. Gorgeous handchiseled stone exterior, 20 ft. ceilings, stunning indoor pool, space for rooftop patio overlooking subdivision.” New Price $344,900 (JESS, ToM or FRANK) +/-

MLS #07440321 GORGEOUS SETTING OVERLOOKING 5 ACRE LAKE ON NEARLY 45 ACRES. Beautiful in-town retreat w/easy access to I-85 & Newnan. Ideal location for upscale S/D w/ lots of lakefront home sites. 4 Sided brick ranch is recently renovated w/newer appliances, kit. flr, fresh paint & new heat pump. Deck off LR overlooks pond & acreage. Masonry f/p in LR. Lg dining area. Foyer. Master on main. Full daylight bsmt w/high ceilings & outside entrance. Excellent opportunity in N.Coweta w/ choice schools! $449,900. (JESS or FRANK)

MLS #07440244 SpACIOUS BRICK RANCH on over 2 acres in downtown Senoia, LR, formal Dining room, fully equipped kitchen, brkfst area, den w/ fpl, 4BR/3BA, Utility room, dbl. garage w/ opener, 10x16 Storage bldg. Full basement w/Rec room & bath. Home Warranty. A lot for $249,000. (FRANK & JESS)

MLS #07350809 GORGEOUS HISTORIC VICTORIAN in downtown Newnan. 4BR, 2 ½ BA, hrdwd flrs, granite c-tops, stained glass windows, painted tile around fpl, huge wrap around porch, screen porch, pool, garden area. LR w/fpl, beautiful DR w/hrdwd flrs & fpl. Triple garage. Apt w/1BR, 1 ½ BA. Lots of character & charm! New price $469,900. (Frank or Jess)

MLS #07452362 MOTIVATEd SELLER! TREMENDoUS 2-SToRY STUCCo HoME oN THE GoLF CoURSE AT ARBoR SPRINGS! Huge LR w/f/p. Fully equipped gourmet kitchen w/dining area. Banquet sized DR. office w/f/p. Sitting rm. Huge rec rm w/built-ins. Full bsmt. 4BR/4.5BA, 2 MBR’s. oversized multi-level deck & patio w/ outdoor kitchen & f/p. 2 Acre lot. Easy access to I-85, Newnan, Peachtree City & schools. A lot for the money!!! New Price $529,900. (JESS or FRANK)

MLS #07408512 BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC HOME BLT IN 1898 oNE BLoCK oFF THE SQUARE IN DoWNToWN NEWNAN! This home is zoned for residential w/a business variance. Property was most recently a restaurant & can be sold completely furnished w/everything needed to open for business. Already has all fixtures needed including a full chef’s kitchen complete w/all professional fixtures & appliances, tables, chairs, dinner & stem ware. The entire house has gorgeous hardwood floors thru-out, Full BA d/s w/approved handicap accessibility & washer & dryer hookups. Upstairs also w/full kitchen, 3BR & full BA. This can be a home or restaurant with owner/chef apartment. $195,000. (JESS or FRANK) M September 23, 2015 M The Coweta Shopper M Page 9

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Hard work, friendship keys to success for Boss By M.C. Gwinn Special to The Coweta Shopper Friendship and business. Business and friendship. Either way, Boss Tree Service has combined those two ingredients to keep people covered when it comes to tree work here in Coweta County and surrounding areas. Growing a business today – like Boss Tree Service – is not an easy task. In fact, around 50 percent of the businesses started will close within a year. Another 35 percent will close within five years while only less than five percent make it over 20 years. Aaron Hurd and Tylor Gwinn, the owners of Boss Tree Service, were not worried about the odds. While being best of friends, they were both being led towards a career in the tree business. Aaron started performing tree work after requesting and getting a chain saw for his birthday. Tylor met a man who took him to the Midwest and trained him for storm-damage tree work. After spending years working on their own

Boss Tree Service will enter into its 5th year in 2016.

separately, they both joined a local tree company to begin honing their skills. Once the time was right and their skills were well-rounded, they decided to work together. Thus, Boss Tree Service was born. Aaron and Tylor did not start Boss Tree Service with the foundation of making money, but with the intention of serving others by giving the best tree service they could give. Both are bright young men and could become successful in any endeavor. They

just wanted to be happy in what they do best – and that is – serving others. Both wanted a company people could count on time after time. They wanted Boss Tree Service to become the people’s tree service for life. Aaron and Tylor also wanted to serve their customers as if they were serving their friends. Customers quickly realize after meeting these two young men – Aaron is foreman on the jobs and Tylor gives the estimates – it’s not hard at all

to become their friend. Although next year will be its fifth year, Boss Tree Service has already become one of the leaders in the area. This leadership wasn’t built on how much work Boss Tree Service has done or the pieces of equipment it owns. Boss Tree Service has earned its place as a leader in tree work based on the quality of work demanded of its staff for the customers… or friends. It doesn’t take much to find Boss Tree Service in the Coweta County area. If you don’t see its clean trucks on the streets while driving, you may see the Boss Tree Service 100-ft. crane in a neighborhood or one of its dump trucks dropping off free wood chips to a neighbor. One may even see mention of Boss Tree Service in quality publications such as The Coweta Shopper or a yard sign in one of its friend’s yards that is undergoing work. And last, but not least, one may see Boss dropping off firewood or delivering milled roughhewn lumber. Indeed, Boss Tree Service is not hard to spot. Boss Tree Service has a


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24-hour emergency response team, too. The best way to contact Boss is by dialing 770-251-8000 or visit their website: Tree work is never in the budget and is not a service used as frequently as lawn care. Boss Tree Service certainly understands this dilemma. From the staff who handles the phone call to the technician who gives you your estimate and to the workers who complete your order, Boss Tree Service wants to be your friend and your tree service for life. Now that’s true friendship and business.

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Northgate rolling; off to perfect 4-0 start By Joey Howard The Coweta Shopper After four weeks of the 2015 high school football season, the Northgate Vikings have been the most impressive among Coweta County teams. The Vikings opened their Region 4A-AAAAA part of the schedule with another offensive onslaught last Thursday at Tara Stadium. Northgate rolled over winless Morrow, 56-0. Northgate, now 4-0 overall, sprinted to a 28-0 first-quarter lead and never looked back. Turner Hughes and Kyle Cater scored 2 touchdowns each in leading the attack. For the season, the Vikings have outscored their opponents by a combined margin of 203-6. The Northgate victories have been vs. Shaw (45-0), Troup (55-6), WoodlandHenry (47-0) and Morrow. Next, Northgate will continue its string of six consecutive region games by hosting Mundy’s Mill. Northgate hopes to avenge last year’s 41-34 loss to the Tigers. Last week, the East Coweta Indians (3-0) and Newnan Cougars (2-1) had open dates as both squads prepare to enter Region 3-AAAAAA play. East Coweta travels to Campbell while the Cougars visit South Cobb this week.

Area High School Football Schedule FRIDAY, SEPT. 25

East Coweta is coming off a 42-0 blanking of Whitewater on Sept. 11. The Indians have been led offensively by running back Devonte Brown who has scored six touchdowns in three games. A year ago, East Coweta handily defeated Campbell at home. The Spartans enter at 2-1 on the season having lost to Lakeside, 50-41, on Sept. 11. To date, East Coweta has defeated Arabia Mountain (35-28), Harrison (24-10) and Whitewater. Newnan looks to bounce back after a 34-0 loss at Sandy Creek two weeks ago. The Cougars kept it close, trailing only 13-0 at the half, but the Patriots scored three TDs in the third quarter to win going away. The Cougars face a South Cobb team, now 1-2, which lost decisively to Marietta (30-12) its last time out. For the season, Newnan has beaten Carrollton (34-13) and Marietta (27-7) with its lone loss to Sandy Creek. In other games on Friday,

East Coweta at Campbell Newnan at South Cobb Mundy’s Mill at Northgate Heritage School at Bethlehem Chr. SW Georgia Ac. at Bethlehem Temple Central Christian at Lafayette Chr. Trinity Christian, open FRIDAY, OCT. 2

Westlake at East Coweta Douglas County at Newnan Northgate at McIntosh Heritage School at Loganville Chr. Trinity Christian at Holy Spirit Prep Flint River Ac. at Bethlehem Temple Central Christian at Evangel FCA

Heritage School travels to Bethlehem Christian Academy, Southwest Georgia Academy visits Bethlehem Temple Christian and Central Christian hits the road to face Lafayette Christian in LaGrange. Some of my random tidbits and thoughts on sports. • Was thinking about how youngsters today have missed out on a wonderful part of college football – listening to games called by legendary radio announcers. With almost every game on TV or on a webcast, radio is a forgotten media to the young folks. TV producers must find radio announcers fascinat-

ing because on many telecasts, the play of the game is replayed with a radio announcer’s call. Growing up on the Mississippi coast, I would listen to games at night – especially on those clear-channel AM stations like WWL, WHAS and WSB. Some of the announcers I listened to were John Ferguson at LSU, Stan Torgerson of Ole Miss, Jack Cristil of Mississippi State, Larry Munson of Georgia, John Ward of Tennessee, Cawood Ledford of Kentucky, John Forney at Alabama and Al Ciraldo of Georgia Tech. Others later were Jim Fyffe of Auburn, Charlie McAlexander of Vanderbilt and Jim Hawthorne of LSU. Man, could those guys paint a picture while you listened. • Saw where Milo Hamilton died last week. Milo was 88. He came to Atlanta with the Braves radio announcing team in the move from Milwaukee. He was best known for calling Henry Aaron’s 715th home run in 1974. He spent the last portion of his career calling Houston Astros games. • Now there are four stadiums in the Southeastern Conference with over 100,000 seating capacity – Kyle Field (102,512), Neyland Stadium (102,455), Tiger Stadium (102,321) and Bryant-Denny Stadium (101,821). • One of the loudest, most

rowdy places to attend a college football game is LSU’s Tiger Stadium. I’ve probably been to a half-dozen games there. I remember listening to the radio broadcast of a 1979 game when LSU hosted No. 1 ranked Southern Cal. You could barely hear play-by-play announcer John Ferguson due to the constant crowd roar in the background. In fact, it caught the attention of USC’s All-American guard Brad Budde. He said, “This place (Tiger Stadium) makes Notre Dame look like Romper Room.” For the youngsters, Google “Romper Room” for reference. • Always love to read great football quotes. Check out the following from some of the best in the business. – “It’s tough to play them behind the bushes.” – Former LSU coach Charlie McClendon on playing ‘between the hedges’ at Georgia – “Always remember: Goliath was a 40-point favorite over David.” - Former Auburn coach Shug Jordan – “An athiest in Alabama is one that doesn’t believe in Bear Bryant.” - Former Georgia coach Wally Butts – “At Georgia Southern, we don’t cheat. That costs money and we don’t have any.” - Former GSU coach Erk Russell. M September 23, 2015 M The Coweta Shopper M Page 19

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Get ready for a Hay Ride, Petting Zoo, Corn Maze, Corn Gun, Chicken House, Mushroom Education Station, Pottery Demonstrations, Puppet Show, Worm Factory, Nature Trail, Vine Tunnel, Bee Barn, Bat Theater, Vegetable-Herb-Water Gardens, Spinning Demonstration, Story Time, and much more at Uncle Bob’s!


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September 23 & Farmers Market

Wednesdays 9am to 1pm The Coweta County Farmer’s Market offers locally grown fruits, vegetables, honey and fresh cut flowers. On Wednesdays the market takes place in downtown Newnan. 770.253.8283

September 23 … AARP Safe Driver Course Wed. 10 to 4:30 at The Carnegie Library. Refresh driving skills, learn driving strategies, and new rules of the road. Fee for insurance certificate. Members $15. Non memers $20. Bring a lunch. Call Roger Echols to register 770-927-1693. 1 LaGrange St, Newnan

September 24-Oct. 3 … KIWANIS COUNTY FAIR Great food, fun, and entertainment! Coweta County Fairgrounds, 275 Pine Road, Newnan. All the money that is raised from the fair is put directly back to work in the community. cowetacountyfair.og

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Great South Harley-Davidson of Newnan, I85 East Hwy 16, Newnan, just off Exit 41. Open to all vehicles. Awards, Prizes, Food, Music and More. Every 4th Saturday through October. 4 to 7. Rain or shine. Contact Mary for more info 706.668.7731

September 26 & Farmers Market

Saturdays 9am to 1pm The Coweta County Farmer’s Market offers locally grown fruits, vegetables, honey and fresh cut flowers that follow the regional growing season. It is hosted weekly at the Asa M. Powell Sr. Expo Center on Saturday mornings. 770.253.8283

September 27 … MASTERWORKS CHORALE at The Centre

Masterworks Chorale opens its twelfth concert season on Sept.

27 at 3 p.m. with Artistic Director Kathy Bizarth & Accompanist David Kinrade. The concert theme is “Music of Home and Family.” Tickets $15 for all adults, students with ID are $5, and children under five are free. Tickets can be purchased at the Centre for the Performing Arts box office or from choir members. The Centre for Performing & Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan. 770-254-2787

September 27 … HIKE AND LIKE

Southern Conservation Trust is hosting “Hike & Like” … an afternoon of free family outdoor fun on Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at Peachtree City’s Line Creek Nature Area, off Hwy 54 at MacDuff Parkway. Activities beginning at 2:00 and include trail hiking, treasure hunt, and prizes. To register or for more information visit website or email to:

September 29 … Kent Tritle to perform at Newnan FUMC

Kent Tritle is one of America’s leading choral Conductors who is called “the brightest star in New York’s choral music world” by The New York Times. An acclaimed organ virtuoso, he is also the organist at the New York Philharmonic. The event is free and will take place at the Newnan First United Methodist Church. It begins at 7 pm 33 Greenville St, Newnan

September 30 … Dealing with Dementia Workshop in Franklin

If you are a family caregiver and need help in understanding Dementia, managing problem behaviors, handling stress and/or finding time for you, this free workshop ‘Dealing With Dementia’ could help. The event is set for Wednesday, Sept. 30 at the Three Rivers Commission, located at 13273 Hwy. 34 in Franklin, GA 30217. It takes place from 9 am to 2 pm. Preregistration is required and limited to 20 individuals. To register, call 678-552-2850 or email:

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October 1-4, 8-11 DEATHTRAP AT NTC

A thriller-writer whose recent works have been flops is prepared to go to any lengths to improve his fortunes. Twists, turns and sudden shocks hold audiences spellbound until the very last moment. Newnan Theatre Company, 24 1st Avenue, Newnan, GA, 30263. 770.683.6282

October 3 … Saturday brunch

Becoming: A Heart of Hospitality A Women’s Ministry ~ Join us for Saturday brunch at “Beyond the Table”. Saturday, October 3 @ 9:30 a.m. Peachtree City Church of Christ. Becoming is a monthly gathering of ladies aged middle school and up. Our vision is that women of all ages can be inspired during a time of fellowship outside our weekly worship and Bible study. Contact us for more information:


Master Gardener Extension Vounteers Fall Plant Sale is Saturday, October 3 from 9 to 2. Perennials, Shrubs, Trees. Check out the Greenhouse behind Extension Office, 255 Pine Road, Newnan


The traditional Blessing of the Animals will be held Oct. 4th at 4:00 pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. All are welcome to join us and to bring along their pets and other animals. Each one will be blessed by name with a prayer and a laying on of hands. Since the service will be held outdoors, even large animals such as horses and sheep are welcome. (Just be prepared to clean up after them.) 576 Roscoe Rd., Newnan

October 8 …

NJSL Sporting Clay Shoot

The Newnan Junior Service League is looking for participants for our 3rd Annual Sporting Clay Shoot to be held at Blalock Lakes on Thursday, October 8th. For more info njslsportingclays@

October 9 … Dr. Subodh Pandit at PTC SDA Church

Dr. Subodh Pandit will be at the Peachtree City SDA Church, 4957 Hwy 34 E in Sharpsburg on Oct. 9 – 10 for “Come Search with Me - An Exploration of World Religions.” For more detailed info on his presentations & to see a video preview, go to our website & click on News & Events.

October 10 … Fall Leaves Wreath Workshop

Rae Duncan Fall Leaves Wreath Workshop: Saturday at 11:00 a.m. October 10. Ages 18 & up. Create and take home your own beautiful “Fall Leaves” wreath made with pages from books. Please bring your own glue gun and glue sticks—we will provide the rest. The workshop is free, but participation is limited. Presented by Rae Duncan Creations. Registration starts September 25. Mitchell Powell Library 25 Hospital Rd., 770.253.3625


9 to 11:30 at Coweta Fayette EMC Headquarters near Palmetto. Food, prizes, health fair and more. 807 Collingsworth Road, Palmetto, GA 30268 770-502-0226

October 10 … ZOMBIE DAY at full circle

3rd annual ZOMBIE DAY at Full Circle Toys on Saturday Oct. 10th, 10am-2pm. Zombie Family Fun - zombie games, zombie vendors, zombie makeup, zombie costume contest, meet and greet Zombie Donald Trump, get autographs from The Walking Dead actors.

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CASA Zombie Rally benefiting local foster kid advocacy starts at 2pm and tours The Walking Dead filming locations throughout Coweta County from 2-6pm. Zombie festivities conclude at 7pm at 13 Stories Haunted House. For details and more information visit


Car Show, Music, Food, Fun For All. Sponsored by Knights of Columbus Council 6622. Benefitting Welcome House (Coweta County’s Battered Womens Shelter) Oct 10 from 4 to 9 p.m. at Ashley Park, Newnan. 1st 100 pre-registrations get official car show t-shirt. Only registered cars will be judged. Cash prizes in 6 categories! Mail name, address, phone, year, make, model and $25 registration fee to: Knights of Columbus, 260 Lamar Smith Drive, Newnan GA 30263 Ed Rainwater 404.610.2891


The Coweta Veterans Club will host its 5th annual golf tournament at Orchard Hills Golf Course in Newnan on Sunday, Oct 11. 4 – Person Scramble. Cost $80 per player, includes 18 holes, cart, beverage, prizes, 1st place trophy and lunch. Hole sponsors - $100. All funds raised will to the Cancer Support Group of Coweta. For more info of golf tournament or making a donation please contact Jeff Carroll … 678-571-5333

October 13 … Backyard Assoc. Meeting

The Backyard Association is an educational program sponsored by the Coweta County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers (MGEV). The presentations are free to the public and are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at UGA Extension – Coweta County, 255 Pine Road, Newnan. Please call the Extension office for reservations and to register for door prizes. 255 Pine Rd., 770.254.2620 coweta

October 13 …

Job Network Meeting

We meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the Parish Hall of Newnan First United Methodist Church … 33 Greenville St., Newnan 770.253.7400

October 17 … Art Show & Sale

Old Town Sharpsburg Artists Presents: Sharpsburg Art Show and Sale. Fine Arts & Crafts, Original Artwork and More! Delicious food by Montrae’s Smokin’ Grill. Saturday, Oct. 17, 10am-5pm. Sharpsburg Recreation Center, 105 Main Street, Old Town Sharpsburg. Contact Kay Stanley for more info 770-254-9409

October 22 … Barbara Dooley Keynote Speaker at ‘Power of the Purse’ Luncheon

The Coweta Community Foundation has announced that Barbara Dooley will be the keynote speaker for its first “The Power of the Purse” Luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 22 at The Newnan Centre. This fundraiser is being used to establish the Coweta Community Foundation Women’s and Children’s Fund. Purses and accessories will be used in the theme and decor of this event, and there will be a Silent Auction of purses and accessories as well. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Barbara Anne Meshad Dooley is the wife of Vince Dooley, athletic director and former head football coach of the University of Georgia. They have four children: Deanna, Daniel, Denise and Derek. Doors open at 11 a.m. at The Newnan Centre, located at 1515 Lower Fayetteville Rd. in Newnan. The Silent Auction bidding begins when the doors open and the program starts at noon and runs to 1 p.m. Seating for this event is limited, so those wishing to attend are advised to purchase tickets early. Individual tickets start at $75 each and may be ordered by calling 770-253-1833 or by visiting and clicking on the “Events” tab.

October 22-25, 29 & Dracula AT NTC

Oct. 22-25, 29-Nov. 1 This adaptation restores the suspense and seduction of Bram Stoker’s classic novel to the stage. Count Dracula begins to exert his will upon the residents of London, who try to piece together the clues of his appearance in a valiant attempt to save themselves from a hideous fate. Newnan Theatre Company, 24 1st Avenue, Newnan, GA, 30263. For more info … 770.683.6282

October 23 … Oktoberfest

Downtown Newnan 5-9p.m. For more info

October 24 … 2015 Autumn Chase

A 15K, 5K Trail Run & 1-mile Fun Run. Piedmont Newnan Fitness Center & Newnan Utilities present the 8th Annual 15K & 5K trail race and 1-mile fun run. For more information contact Jessica Griffith at 770.400.4954,

October 24 … 3rd Annual Cruisin’ For Christ Car & Craft Show

at Coweta County Fairgrounds 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fun for all ages. Door Prizes, Kids Fun Zone, Silent Auction, Fall Festival, Hay Ride, Food, Music, Craft Show and more. For more info Born Again Ministries

October 27 … CMA Blessed Riders MEET

For 2015, the local Christian Motorcyclists Assn. chapter is meeting at IHOP Restaurant (Bullsboro Dr.), the 4th Tuesday of each month. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. to eat, and 7 p.m. for meeting. Come join us for our next meeting. Free to serve with or join CMA, (IHOP will charge you for the food you eat!). For more information on CMA or the Blessed Riders, call 678-466-0262 or visit BlessedRiders/

October 29 …

AARP Safe Driver Course Wednesday 10 to 4:30 at The Carnegie Library. Refresh driving skills, learn driving strategies, and new rules of the road. Fee for insurance certificate. Members $15. Non memers $20. Bring a lunch. Call Roger Echols to register 770-9271693. 1 LaGrange St, Newnan

October 30 … Munchkin Masquerade

Downtown Newnan 10 to 2


You are invited to attend. 2 p.m. John Wesley United Methodist Church, 155 Church St, Grantville, GA 30220

November 7 … Bluegrass Star Sierra Hull at The Centre

Sierra Hull, one of the true virtuosos in acoustic music, with six International Bluegrass Music Award “Mandolinist of the Year” nominations, she’s one of the biggest stars in bluegrass. She will be performing with Ethan Jodziewicz and Justin Moses. Tickets are $10 and $12. The event begins at 7 pm. The Centre for Performing & Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan. For more info: 770-254-2787

November 8 … United States Army Band and Soldier’s Chorus

As the premier touring musical representative for the United States Army, this internationally-acclaimed organization presents a variety of music to enthusiastic audiences throughout the nation and abroad. Tickets are free & are available to Patrons beginning Oct. 8 and the general public on Oct. 12. The event begins at 3 pm. The Centre for Performing & Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan. For more info: 770-254-2787

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. What can I do about mosquitos?

. Right now is the prime time to avoid mosquitoes. From August until 15 October mosquitoes. From 15 August until 15, mosquitoes are most active and are more likely to spread disease. No doubt you’ve heard the legendary jokes about the South’s mosquito population. There are even postcards picturing mosquitos large enough to carry a grown man off into the sunset. I grew up in the country on the edge of a large swamp and fought these pestering creatures for many years. The red, irritating bumps seemed to cover me up at times. I can still smell the Caladryl lotion that my mother slathered on me to relieve the itching. Mosquitoes are nasty little insects that transmit a host of diseases such as West Nile virus, chikungunya, and Eastern equine encephalitis, which is classified as the most severe mosquito-borne disease of humans in the United States although it is extremely rare. Mosquitos can even affect our most beloved pets by passing along heartworms to dogs and cats. In fact, they seem to wreak havoc wherever they go. Preventing mosquito bites is crucial to avoiding mosquito-borne illnesses, and there are things you can do to prevent mosquitoes from becoming a nuisance to you and your family: Remove sources of standing water Mosquitos must have a standing water source in order to breed, so get rid of any standing water. Take a good look around your home. Think about those areas or items that may hold water for a long time. Buckets, plant saucers, boats, tarps, old tires, toys, or anything else that holds water makes the perfect breeding ground for mosquitos. If you check around your home and don’t see any problem areas, then look up. How about your gutters? Leaves and debris in gutters provide the perfect home for mosquito lar-

Stephanie Butcher vae. What about rain barrels? They sure come in handy during a drought, but make sure the screens that cover openings are in place and use larvicidal briquettes (sold under a variety of trade names) to prevent larvae from hatching. While you’re at it, go ahead and check your window and door screens. Many mosquitos are attracted to light, and will make their way inside your home if they have a chance, especially on those cool fall evenings we sometimes experience in September and October. When you’re opening windows and doors to enjoy a little fresh air, don’t let the mosquitos in at the same time! Choose your clothing & repellants carefully. Mosquitos are most active at dawn and dusk, so be prepared if you will be outdoors when they are most active. Wearing the right clothing and applying a good repellant can help you avoid bites. Loose-fitting, light-colored clothing is best, and only use EPA approved repellants. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends products containing DEET for children as young as two months. Parents should apply the repellant to their hands and then apply it to the children. It is important to get good coverage of exposed skin and then wash the treated skin upon returning indoors. When using any type of insect repellant, always read and follow label directions. By following these tips, you can enjoy the last days of summer and the first days of fall without the irritating, high-pitched buzz of a mosquito flying around your head! For more information on mosquitos and insect repellants, contact the Coweta County Extension office at 770-254-2620. The Coweta County Extension office provides research-based, non-biased educational resources and classes in three program areas -- agriculture & natural resources, 4-H youth development and family & consumer sciences.

Stephanie Ray Butcher has worked as the Coweta County agricultural & natural resources agent since 2005. She attended the University of Georgia and holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science and dairy science and master’s degree in journalism & mass communication. Stephanie lives in Senoia with her husband and 2 children. M September 23, 2015 M The Coweta Shopper M Page 23

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We understand how CRPS feels. Non-stop, unbearable pain could be a medical condition called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). Learn more about a new clinical trial we’re conducting to evaluate an investigational treatment. While there are no approved treatments for pain associated with CRPS, doctors and researchers are working to find pain relief treatment options. Currently, local doctors are conducting a clinical trial of a trial pain medication for people diagnosed with CRPS-I. They want to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of this trial medication, which is administered by a series of infusions. To pre-qualify for this trial, you must: • Be between 18 and 80 years of age • Have a medical diagnosis of CRPS-I • Be receiving stable treatment for CRPS-I for at least 1 month prior to the trial The trial doctor will review other eligibility criteria with you. All trial-related visits, tests, and medications will be provided to you at no cost. In addition, reimbursement for trial-related time and travel may be provided.

Are you experiencing leg pain from a herniated disc? If a herniated lumbar disc is causing you leg pain, consider joining this clinical research study. Our clinic is conducting a clinical research study to examine the safety and effectiveness of an investigational study drug to help reduce leg pain in people with a herniated lumbar disc. Who can take part? You may be eligible to participate if you: • Are experiencing leg pain associated with lumbar disc herniation • Are aged 30–70 years • Have not experienced improvements in your condition following previous non-operative therapy There are additional criteria that must be met to qualify. If you are eligible to participate, all study-related medications and care will be provided without charge.

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