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“I insist on a lot of time being spent, almost every day, to just sit and think. That is very uncommon in American business. I read and think. So I do more reading and thinking, and make less impulse decisions than most people in business. I do it because I like this kind of life.”
~ Warren Buffett In studying truly successful people, there are certain traits they share. They are voracious readers; they are constantly learning; and they, for lack of a better word, daydream. By this I mean they just go off by themselves and take stock, of themselves, their companies, their lives. No one will accuse me of not daydreaming. My wife, aka the Little Black Dress and now also preferring the Paper Girl moniker, has looked over at me on more than one occasion and said, “you’re talking to yourself again, aren’t you?” Guilty as charged. I read a lot. I still prefer books, as in words on paper, but carry around a tablet that contains a small library so I don’t look like one of our public high school students hunched over with a giant backpack filled with text books And I am continuing to learn. I’m taking an online course through the University of West Georgia on InDesign. That’s an Adobe program we use to design ads and layout The Paper and The Shopper. And I’d like to plug UWG and their continuing education program. There is a class for everyone, from bartending to smartphone photography (I took that one) to Spanish and beyond. The Carnegie Library is another. You can read, take a course and daydream in a comfy chair all in one spot. Another thing I’m working on is improving my social media creds, which will help improve promotion of our advertisers and offerings for our readers. There is a wise saying that goes: “if you are the smartest person in the room, you are in the wrong room.” In other words, learn from others. Enter Alison, resident “cruise director” and social media guru for 15 Perry St. where Winters Media & Publishing, Inc. hang our shingle. She is teaching me the ways of Instagram. I’m learning there is a difference between a “story” and a “post.” And you can only “boomerang” in a story, which disappears anyway after a while, unlike a post, unless you delete said post. Oh, and a max of 10 photos in a post. When I ask why, I get the “because they say so.” Confused? Yeah, let’s talk “hashtags.” A hashtag is this - # - followed by a word or phrase that others will use to search for a topic of interest. Example, I’ve been putting up photos of our new Lodge cast iron hibachi and some rather awesome meals. So, after the post, I would write #lodge, #castiron, #grilledmarinatedsteak, #food, #hibachi, #johnisawesome and so forth. And sure enough, the cast_iron_community, along with Lodge, found me and now “follow me.” The latter meaning I post something they find interesting. As a minimalist in writing, I prefer a single hashtag. I created this one: #onehashtagtorulethemall (note the last part reads ‘them all’ and not ‘the mall.’) You are free to use.
“Every day is a new day, and you’ll never be able to find happiness if you don’t move on.” … Carrie Underwood “It’s only through labor and painful effort, by grim energy and resolute courage, that we move on to better things.” … Theodore Roosevelt “You may have a fresh start at any moment of your choosing, for this thing that we call failure is not the falling down, but the staying down.” … Mary Pickford “Don’t dwell on what went wrong. Instead, focus on what to do next. Spend your energy on moving forward toward finding the answer.” … Denis Waitley “Forgiving does not erase the bitter past. A healed memory is not a deleted memory. Instead, forgiving what we cannot forget creates a new way to remember the past into a hope for our future.” … Lewis Smedes “Time heals griefs and quarrels, for we change and are no longer the same persons. Neither the offender not the offended are any more themselves.” … Blaise Paqscal
Now, if some of you are saying, but wait, that # isn’t a hashtag, it’s a “pound” sign, I simply say, thank you, thank you, thank you. See Alison? I’m not alone.
Proof? When you get your debit/credit card in the mail and you have to call up to activate it, the little voice on the other end says “please enter your 16-digit account number followed by the “POUND” symbol. They don’t say “hashtag.”
“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, He is a new creation: old things have passed away: all things have become new.” … ll Corinthians 5:17
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Community Foundation readies for Oct. 25 Power of the Purse The Coweta Community Foundation is busy readying for its Fourth Annual Power of the Purse Luncheon on Thursday, October 25, 2018 at The Newnan Centre, 1515 Lower Fayetteville Rd., Newnan. The event will also include the announcement of the 2018 Woman of the Year and a live auction of dozens of designer purses. The speaker for this year’s luncheon will be Mayor Teresa Tomlinson, who was elected as the 69th mayor of Columbus, Georgia, on November 30, 2010 with 68 percent of the vote and was sworn in the following January as the city’s first female mayor. She has six times been named to Georgia Trend’s 100 Most Influential Georgians, and she holds a National Security Secret Clearance with the Department of Defense. In 2015, Mayor Tomlinson, together with other alumnae, led the effort to save her undergraduate alma mater, Sweet Briar College in Virginia. Today, the college thrives, and Mayor Tomlinson serves as chairwoman of the college’s board of directors. The Power of the Purse is being used to support the Coweta Community Foundation Women’s and Children’s Fund, and this year’s event chair is Vicki Kaiser, a CCF board member who serves as executive director of Oncology, Support Services and Community Affairs at Piedmont Newnan Hospital. Purses and accessories will again be used in the theme and decor of this event, and there will be a Silent Auction of purses and jewelry as well. All proceeds from the event after expenses will be contributed to the Women’s and Children’s Fund, and nonprofit agencies that support the women and children of Coweta County will be able to apply through the Foundation’s annual grants process to receive support for their programs. The fund will also offer grants to providers who draft wills, powers of attorney, and living wills for single mothers of Coweta County. Doors open at 11 a.m. for Silent Auction bidding, and the program begins 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 cowetafoundation. org and clicking on the “Events” tab.
The Coweta Community Foundation is busy gathering purses for its Fourth Annual Power of the Purse Luncheon coming up Oct. 25. Seated are, from left, board members Laura Benz and Amy Godfrey, and standing are CCF Executive Director Orren Jones and Power of the Purse event chair Vicki Kaiser.
CCF celebrates ribbon cutting for Howard Warner Playground The Howard Warner Playground on Savannah Street in Newnan was officially dedicated during ceremonies on August 27, 2018. Ginger Jackson Queener, a past board chair of the Coweta Community Foundation, told those assembled that the Foundation was approached during the renovation of the Howard Warner School because local officials knew they needed a playground to complete the project. The playground would serve the children of the Chalk Level community, and those attending the new Boys & Girls Club would have a safe place to play with their families. Queener noted that some 20 years earlier, the Coweta Community Foundation was launched as part of the effort to build Kids’ Castle Playground in Newnan, so it was especially fitting that for its 20th anniversary, the Foundation would work on building another playground. “At the time, it was estimated that the cost would be about $70,000,” Queener said. “We expect that including in-kind donations, the project will total approximately $85,000.” Queener said that on the day of the build, volunteers were able to see what this playground was going to mean to the community when a group of siblings rode their bikes to a corner of the street and watched the playground being constructed. “We were able to see the smiles and their eyes light up as it was going up,” she said. “We also know that there will be many friendships and memories that will be made here that will last a lifetime, just as they were many years before, as this playground sits at the original site of the Howard Warner School playground.”
At the ribbon cutting for the Howard Warner Playground on August 27, 2018 are, from left, Lowe's Store Manager Kevin Cole, CCF Board Members Herb Cranford and Cynthia Bennett, Ginger Jackson Queener, CCF Executive Director Orren Jones, and Mike O'Brien of Lowe's, also a CCF board member. At the ceremony, Queener was presented with a crystal peach in honor of her seven years of serving the Foundation and Coweta County through many projects, including the Howard Warner Playground. The project would not have been possible, Queener said, without the support of Coweta’s corporate, civic and community partnerships, which enabled organizers to get grants from Kaboom! and Dr Pepper Snapple Group, which made these partnerships a condition of the grant.
CCF’s Second Annual Farm to Table Event is Nov. 15 The Coweta Community Foundation will host its second annual Farm to Table Event under the stars at the McRitchie-Hollis Museum, located at 74 Jackson St. in Newnan, on November 15, 2018. The dinner will feature Chef Jarrod Reeder of Knife and Stone, and the event runs from 6-10 p.m. For ticket and sponsorship information, please visit cowetafoundation.org, click on the “Events” tab, and select “Calendar.”
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Having An Annual Exam With Your Gynecologist Should Be On Your To-Do List
Oluwaseun Suzanne Cole, MD, Ob/Gyn at Piedmont Physicians Obstetrics and Gynecology in Newnan, shares why it is so important for women to have an annual exam each year with their gynecologist. “Your annual visit is a time to discuss any changes or concerns over the past year,” says Dr. Cole. “In addition to a full body exam, we review your family history, any goals for the upcoming year such as starting a family or signs of entering menopause, and other health issues women face.”
Reasons women need a yearly gynecologic exam: examination and develops an early detection plan based on the patient’s risk. “Some risk factors, such as gene mutations passed from a parent, may result in large increases in breast cancer risk, so a patient may need a more comprehensive detection plan,” Teed said. “Other risk factors, such as age or hormone exposure, may only cause modest changes in risk, and therefore may only cause minimal adjustments in a patient’s current detection plan." The program was made possible by a donation from Holland Ware and Faye Hendrix-Ware of Hogansville and employs four genetic counselors who
will offer virtual visits via Piedmont’s telemedicine services while those counselors continue in-person visits. As the only certified member of MD Anderson Cancer Network® in Georgia, Piedmont is committed to transforming healthcare.
• In addition to a yearly physical with your primary care physician, women should also see their gynecologist yearly and take advantage of the knowledge of a specialist.
“By incorporating telemedicine capabilities, we are now able to expand our high-quality, personalized care to even more patients, close to home,” said Linda Van der Merwe, Piedmont’s Executive Director of Clinical Oncology Services.
• If you are 40 or older, you will also need to do an annual mammogram. For those who haven’t reached their fortieth birthday, I stress the importance of monthly self breast exams. “Women know their bodies best and see their breasts every day, whereas I only exam them once a year. If you suspect something is abnormal or notice a lump, get it checked out right away,” advises Dr. Cole.
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• Gynecologists can address fertility issues, birth control, cancer prevention, sexually transmitted infections and other women’s health issues. • During the exam, your gynecologist will do a clinical breast exam, a pelvic exam to check your uterus and ovaries, a pap smear, and potentially screen for sexually transmitted diseases. •It is a great time to discuss contraception options, fertility if wanting to have a baby, and breast health.
“For adolescents, I recommend starting to see a gynecologist around age 11 or 12,” said Dr. Cole. “This establishes a baseline for future exams, builds trust with the physician and prepares them for what to expect when getting their period for the first time.” For more women’s health tips, visit piedmont.org. Piedmont Physicians Obstetrics and Gynecology Newnan is accepting new patients and is located at 775 Poplar Road, Suite 120, Newnan, Ga. 30265 in the Piedmont Medical Plaza next to Piedmont Newnan Hospital. To make an appointment, please visit piedmont.org or call 770-400-4510.
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The 2018 Open Enrollment Period for Medicare opens on November 1 and runs through December 15. If you or a loved one is new to Medicare, you owe it to yourself to find out all you can now so there are no surprises later. What you may not realize is that there are some services that Medicare does not cover. Let’s begin with the basics. Medicare has two parts – A and B. Part A covers hospital stays, skilled nursing, hospice and some home health services. But keep in mind, this coverage comes with a $1,340 deductible per benefit period and there is a “cap” on the benefits received. Part B covers doctor visits, outpatient services, and medical equipment. Singles who make less than $85,000 a year (based on tax returns from two years prior, so 2016 tax returns) pay $134 a month with a deductible of $183. Most often you will pay 20 per-
cent of services after the deductible is met. There is also a Part D that will pay for prescriptions. And a Part C or a Medicare Advantage Plan which will cover expenses that Part A, B and D do not cover. But there are many expenses that are not covered under Medicare. Routine vision checks, eyeglasses, and contacts are not covered. Hearing Aid costs are not covered. Medicare also does not pay for routine teeth cleaning, x-rays, fillings or root canals. It does not pay for dentures or gum or oral surgery. Custodial Care – which includes non-medical home care, assisted living and nursing home care – is not covered by Medicare. Neither are Chiropractic treatments nor acupuncture. If you are spending your “gold-
en” years traveling, you should also be aware that Medicare does not cover you when you are outside of the United States. There are Medicare Advantage plans that will cover emergency costs out of the U.S. and you can purchase a Medigap Policy that can help pay up to $50,000 of medical expenses while you are outside of the country. One last surprise to be aware of. If you are held in the hospital under observation and then require rehabilitation, Medicare will not pay for your rehab. You must be admitted to the hospital for 3 days in order for your Medicare to kick in for the rehabilitation. Always ask your hospital to admit you. Just because you spend the night in the hospital, does not mean you have been admitted. Spend October learning the facts and finding out what plans will work best for you. You will be making decisions that you have to live with for a year. Make the best educated decision for you and your loved one.
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Our Passion for Pumpkin All things pumpkin are getting their well-deserved time in the spotlight this month, and I remain an eager and adventurous fan, although I did think it was a joke when I heard about pumpkin spice dog treats. Turns out, it’s a thing. Who knew? This year, a grocery store display persuaded me to try Quaker’s new Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal (quite tasty), and I’ve been tempted by but have so far resisted some of the more decadent treats, including the new Ghirardelli chocolate squares in the Pumpkin Spice Caramel flavor. I was scarred by the Pumpkin Pie Kit Kat bars I tried last year—some things, you simply don’t mess with—so I’m skipping the chocolates for the time being. But I will never tire of cooking and baking with pumpkin each fall. From soups and pies to quick breads, pumpkin truly seems to spice up whatever it touches. And clearly, I am not alone in my pumpkin passion.
According to Nielsen.com, our fondness for this fall flavor has resulted in booming business for pumpkin-flavored products. By August 25, sales of these pumpkin products had already reached more than $6.9 million, up nearly 10 percent in revenue over last year. (Sales of pumpkin-flavored dog food are up 123.7 percent over last year, in case you wondered.) One pumpkin product I can always bypass, however, is a boxed mix for pumpkin bread. It’s just too easy to make a loaf from scratch. Here’s a simple recipe for pumpkin bread that you can make extra flavorful by drizzling a little pumpkin glaze on top. I love how glazes seem to make a loaf of quick bread extra moist, and this one is perfect for enjoying with your favorite hot beverage this fall.
Pumpkin-Walnut Bread with Pumpkin Gla • 2 cups all-purpose flour • 1-1/4 cups granulated sugar • 2 teaspoons baking powder • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda • 3/4 teaspoon salt • 1-1/4 teaspoons cinnamon and nutmeg • 1/4 teaspoon each of ginger, cloves, • 1/3 cup chopped walnuts • 1 cup canned pumpkin • 2 large eggs, room temperature • 1/2 cup vegetable oil • 1/3 cup buttermilk • 2 teaspoons vanilla
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October Trends & Trendsetters Each month we cover some of the hot trends from health and wellness, fashion and style, business or even tapping into your creative side.
(Corby is known to many as the Little Black Dress and The Paper Girl. She has a passion for fashion and home decor and is crazy about fabulous shoes and anything in leopard print. She is a trained counselor and loves writing, ministering, speaking and offering businesses growth coaching. She treasures spending time with good friends, Winters and the Sons of Thunder.)
Leopard print is a must-have for Fall Leopard is always popular, but this Fall you will see even more leopard than ever. I think leopard print is timeless. I know I’ve mentioned this print before, but trust me, it’s a must have. If animal print is outside your comfort zone then go for a small bag, scarf or even a bracelet. You will feel fabulous and trendy too.
Fluffing your home for Fall A quick way to get in the mood for fall is with candles. Newnan Mercantile on Newnan’s downtown square carries Park Hill candles and has perfect flavors like Autumn Gathering and Pumpkin Bourbon.
One other easy way to transform your home quickly is by creating a fall tablescape. You can do any look you want for very little cost or even invest in glass pumpkins as seen in this picture and use them for years to come. Create whatever look you want from elegant, rustic to fun depending on the age of your children and lifestyle.
Sweaters are a staple this Fall I spoke with Gracie Martin at C.S. Toggery and she said that oversized fluffy comfy sweaters are hot this fall. Those sweaters will make quite a statement paired with leggings, cowboy boots or even fun hot pink knee high rain boots. Wearing these sweaters with high heels can also create a slim look when cinched with a great belt. And this is a trend that works for women of all ages.
Positive Preferential Parking Everyone wants to find the closest parking spot when we go to the store. But many stores are making sure those prime spots are set aside. Specialized parking for the handicapped have been around for decades, but there are some new trends, like those for pregnant women. The local Home Depot now has parking spaces reserved up close to the store for combat wounded veterans. What a simple yet awesome way to honor those who fought for us.
Oversized Handbags Big oversized handbags are in. But in my opinion, were they ever really out? I, along with many others, think they are yet another timeless accessory. My favorite is the bag in a bag. You carry your essentials in a smaller purse within the big bag. And hey, even if you gain weight, those handbags will still fit.
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Local students named to state council From Coweta County Schools Two Coweta County School System students have been named to the Georgia School Superintendent’s 2018-19 Student Advisory Council. Aaliyah Phillips, of East Coweta High School, and Jessica Hicks, of the Central Educational Center, were both chosen for the state-level council this week. State School Superintendent Richard Woods selected over 120 Georgia students to serve on his annual Student Advisory Council. Members were
Aaliyah Phillips (left), Jessica Hicks
selected from a pool of nearly 1,000 students who applied to serve. Students were chosen based on the strength of their essay answers, which focused on their ideas for public ed-
ucation as well as their community service experience. The students selected attend public schools all over the state, in every RESA district in Georgia. Phillips is a junior at East Coweta High who is a member of the track team and several clubs. Hicks is an 8th grader from Madras Middle School who is studying at the Central Educational Center as a part of the school’s 8th Grade Academy, and studies broadcasting, among other pursuits.
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Abby’s Angels is teaming up with Grady Hospital’s Injury Prevention Program to get teen drivers to pledge to drive safely. For several upcoming local high school football games, Grady will have their distracted driving simulator and drunk goggles for students and parents to try. Grady will have giveaways and educational material as well. Abby’s Angels will have a banner for each school. These banners will be there for students and parents to sign and pledge that they will drive with safety, responsibility, and distraction free. Those who sign and pledge will receive a raffle ticket. Drawings will be held at the games for FREE car washes, oil changes, gas cards, Starbucks, Chick-fil-a, and Texas Roadhouse gift cards. These banners will then go to each school to hang in a visual central location all year as a reminder of their promise and pledge.
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Abby’s Angels will also have a Safe Driving Selfie Station for the students to take photos with their friends and are encouraged to post on their social media and tag Abby’s Angels Foundation … #allforabby #abbysangelsfoundation #1Life1Choice #idrive2live #handsfreegeorgia #fridaynightlight
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A distracted teenager drove through a red light, smashing into the side of the Bacho van on Dec. 22, 2012. Abby and her father Stephen were air-flighted to Atlanta hospitals. The others were taken to Piedmont Newnan Hospital. Stephen was in an induced coma for several weeks and has since recovered well, but Abby was taken off life support on Christmas Day. The family donated her organs. She was 9 years old. Check out website for more information … www.abbysangelsfoundation.org
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MLS #8303235 BEAUTIFUL CA 1886 HISTORIC VICTORIAN STYLE 2 STORY HOME on lrg lot in downtown Greenville. Wrap around front porch, 9’+ ceilings. 13x18 rms. Crown molding. Original heart pine flrs in great condition! Sep DR w/built-in china cabinet. 2 lrg greatrms! Price Reduced to $146,900. (Frank/Jess)
MLS #8442511 SPACIOUS LOT NORTH OF NEWNAN in choice Longwood Subdivision with easy access to I-85, downtown Newnan and Ashley Park. $59,900 (Jess)
MLS #8187572 STUNNING EUROPEAN 1.5 STORY w/ full bsmt on White Oak Golf Course. Spectacular views! 400+/- S/F Deck. Circular driveway. 2 story mstr suite w/loft! Granite c’tops in kitchen & baths. Theatre rm & sunrm w/ wet bar. Price Reduced to $429,900. (Frank/Jess)
MLS #8403361 ATTENTION DEVELOPERS. 96.2+/WOODED ACRES on Grandma Branch Rd in downtown Grantville with utilities available & stocked pond. All preliminary plans for a 130 lot subdivision in file. Easy access to I-85, Newnan, and LaGrange. A real buy at only $3,900 per acre (FRANK)
MLS #8453168 GORGEOUS 40.8+/- ACS off Wagers Mill Rd! Homesites, stocked ponds. 26x40 Shop. Drilled well, septic tank. Upgraded Dutchman Denali motor home. Underground electrical service. Long frontage on Wahoo Crk. Pines & hardwds & 10 +/-acs open. Idea for horses or cows. $425,000 (Frank)
MLS #8439368 DELIGHTFUL, CHARLESTON STYLE HOME on 10+/- acs. Den w/fplc, formal DR. 5BR/4.5 BA. Top of the line kit, man cave, full fin bsmt & walk up attic. Salt water pool. 30x40 barn, circular drive. Add’l 18 acs avail. $849,900. (Jess or Frank)
509+/- WOODED ACRES. Ideal for development. Zoned industrial in Grantville city limits. Long rail frontage. Owners are Brokers. $12,500/ac. (Frank/Chip) _________________________________________________________ 11.12+/- WOODED ACRES. Ideal for homesite or development. Estate sized tract for family compound or use. Lots of deer and turkey. Close to Newnan and schools. $83,400. (Frank/Chip) _________________________________________________________ 2 SPACIOUS VACANT LOTS in West Coweta on East Coggins Road. Easy access to Newnan, Franklin or Carrollton. Sold ‘as is’. $29,000/lot. Frank _________________________________________________________ 2 WOODED VACANT LOTS IN NORTH COWETA CO. New shopping nearby. Subject to covenants/restrictions of Chandlers Run Subdivision. $19,500/each. Frank _________________________________________________________
MLS #8451996 SPACIOUS 2-STORY w/full fin bsmt, saltwater pool, lg garage/shop on pvt 5.6+/-acs. Hdwd flrs, fresh paint, freshly landscaped. Sunken LR w/brick f/p. Updated kit w/ss appliances & granite ctops. Spacious mstr. Gorgeous views-plenty of hardwoods. Excellent north Newnan location! $399,900 (Jess)
MLS #8392002 SMOKEY ROAD! Gorgeous Cape Cod on 11.5 acs. 5BR/ 5BA. Huge Great Rm w/stone fplc. Updated kitchen w/all the extras. Stunning in-ground pool. Sep. in-law suite w/kit. UNDER CONTRACT 4 Board Fencing. Breathtaking views of 18ac lake. $1,495,000. Up to 315 add’l acres available. (Frank/Jess)
MLS #8423089 SPORTSMAN’S PARADISE on 135 ac in Meriwether Co. Metal barn, stocked 2 ac pond w/new dock. Deer, doves, turkeys & ducks! Approx4,896’ paved road frontage on Cedar Rock Rd. Area of big deer! New 24x24 equipment shed. Owner/Agent. $3,950/AC (Frank) +/-
MLS #8433277 HAPPY VALLEY BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED RANCH w/fin bsmt on 30+/- ac w/ barn & rental house. Gorgeous views. Original hdwd flrs thruout main level. Modern kit w/ granite counters. Sunken DR. Development Potential. Price Reduced to $749,900. (Jess/Frank)
MLS #8459232 RARE FIND & OPPORTUNITY IN NORTH NEWNAN! Ideal for residential development. 32+/- Acs w/2 ponds. Extensive road frontage on Hwy 29N & Old Atlanta Hwy. Potential Commercial Development. Near Newnan Country Club & easy I-85 access. Price Reduced to $649,900. (Jess/Frank)
MLS #8456774 SPACIOUS RANCH W/FENCED BACKYARD. Beautiful lake views in Lake Redwine. Foyer entrance, sep DR. LR w/ f/p. Screened porch access. Kit w/bfast bar & pantry. Roomy Mstr BR. Mstr BA w/garden tub, sep shower. Laundry room. Big secondary bedrms. $334,900 (Frank/Jess)
MLS #8166021 SPORTSMAN’S PARADISE CLOSE TO TOWN. Come see this 35.6+/- ac tract on Smokey Rd. Half heavily wooded & half open. 3 Ponds, 4 BR/3BA home plus 1BR/1BA guest house. Lots of Deer, Dove, Turkey & Ducks. Less than 3 miles from Downtown Newnan. Don’t miss this rare opportunity. $495,000 (Frank)
MLS #8436191 BEAUTIFUL RANCH W/FULL BSMT on 10+/- acs. Two 20x20 outbuildings. Modern kit w/granite ctops, new stainless appliances, breakfast area & large walk-in pantry. LR w/ hrdwd flrs. Office. Laundry rm. Price Reduced to $285,900 (Jess)
MLS #8431975 WELL MAINTAINED RANCH IN AVERY PARK! Fenced back yard w/patio. Spacious living area w/hardwood floor, gas f/p, vaulted ceilRACT CONT R Kitchen ing &UN diningDE area. w/granite ctops, bfast bar, pantry & stainless appliances. Large master w/walk-in closet, jacuzzi tub & double vanity. Price Reduced to $205,000. (Jess)
MLS #8416982 FANTASTIC NEW CONSTRUCTION. Open floor plan, hardwd flrs, mstr on main, sep DR, media rm, double garage on 1.6 ac wded lot w/ oversized deck. Kit w/granite island & walk-in pantry. Spacious living area w/gas f/p & high ceilings. Pick your finishes! Price Reduced to $329,900 (Jess)
MLS #8446401 OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS. 2 Brick Office bldgs on bypass in Newnan. 21,000+/- sf on 3ac. Currently used as church & daycare. Pool, playground & 55 paved parking places. Shown by appointment. $1,495,000 (Jess/Frank)
MLS #8380327 LAKE REDWINE. Handsome, traditional 3BR, 2½BA w/lake view. Master on main, vaulted greatrm w/fplc. Formal DR, updated kit w/ CT NTRA R CO DE graniteUN island, built-in convection & microwave ovens, breakfast rm, hardwd flrs, front & back porches Pvt landscaped bkyd. Now only $349,900 (Frank/ Jess)
NICE BUILDING LOT, with stream, close to Elm St. school & downtown Newnan. $35,000. Frank FOR LEASE – White Oak Professional Center. 1100 sq.ft. to 8100 sq.ft. professional _________________________________________________________ BRING YOUR BUILDER & BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME! Soil Study/Perc test complete. space near White Oak Entrance. $14.50/sq.ft. & up. Robert Hinely 678-877-5874. _________________________________________________________ Suitable for conventional septic system. Driveway installed and cleared. 525 ft. of paved road frontage. Mature Pines & hardwoods. Creek alongside back of property. $61,900. (Jess) _________________________________________________________ 48.7 ACRES with 28 platted lots in Downtown Hogansville. $266,000. Frank _________________________________________________________
COMMERCIAL _________________________________________________________ 6.85 ACRES on Newnan’s 2nd busiest street (Temple Ave./Hwy 34 West). Great for shopping center or medical complex. $495,000. Frank. _________________________________________________________ 6.564+/- ACRES ZONED GENERAL COMMERCIAL. Frontage on I-85, Gordon Road & Hwy. 16. Completely chain link fenced. $1,250,000. Frank (Owner-Agent) _________________________________________________________
RARE OPPORTUNITY IN DOWNTOWN SENOIA! Excellent location next to Synovus Bank on Hwy 16E with very high traffic count. Close proximity to booming downtown Senoia & Hwy 16/ Hwy 85 intersection. Easy access to Peachtree City & Sharpsburg! $499,900 (Jess/Frank) _________________________________________________________ EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY ON A SPACIOUS COMMERCIAL LOT W/EASY ACCESS TO MILLARD FARMER INDUSTRIAL BLVD, HWY 34E, ASHLEY PARK AND I-85! 1.297+/Acre lot zoned commercial. $91,900. Jess _________________________________________________________ 1,120+/- S/F COMMERCIAL BUILDING on Hwy 29 south of Newnan. 1 Mile from I-85 at Moreland exit. Four additional outbuildings. $189,900. Frank _________________________________________________________ Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed. Price and terms subject to prior sale and change without notice.
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The Staging Life
JC MEGHRIAN “Realty with Integrity” If you want to buy, sell or lease, JC Meghrian has the tools necessary to make it happen.
“Porching It” Fall is here and with it comes the promise of some cooler days and evenings. If you are fortunate enough to have a porch or patio, you have an extra living space that is most enjoyable this time of year.
Providing excellence in residential and commercial real estate purchases, leasing, and investment strategies for individuals and businesses. JC Meghrian, REALTOR®
Layering with outdoor rugs, adding colorful pillows, warm soft throws to wrap in on cooler evenings and stringing some outdoor patio string lights around the perimeter will create a space that will make it difficult to give up for the night. If you have room for a dining set, it’s the perfect time to enjoy meals outdoors and hopefully the bugs won’t be pestering you like the summertime bugs. Extra bonuses are outdoor fireplaces or fire pits and a flat screen tv with surround sound for ballgames, movie nights or enjoying your favorite music. Decorating your outdoor space for the real estate market is a smart effort on a home sellers part in that it creates perceived value to a buyer and shows them the extra living space available, making your asking price
more attractive to them.
For information on creating perceived value in your outdoor space, contact me … (Nan Johnston is a professional home staging consultant from Newnan with over 30 years experience in the real estate industry. Check out her website for some interesting before and after photos at www.southern-staging.com. Feel free to contact her at nan@ southern-staging.com )
Mobile 770-755-8507 n Office 770-252-2266 firstname.lastname@example.org n www.jcm.kw.com 354 Newnan Crossing Bypass, Suite 235, Newnan, GA
The next issue of publishes on Friday, Oct. 12. In the October-November edition: • Kris Youmans’ Live & Local Music Scene • From the Loft with Jim Coleman • Real estate column by Jess Barron • Healthy life column by Corby Winters • The Film Fix with Jonathan W. Hickman • Mr. Personality’s column • Plus other regular features such as The Joints, The Food Zone, Local Trends, Publisher’s Page, Zen Monkey’s News & Musings, The Interview, Calendars and much more.
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Fall 2018 Taste of Newnan Returns Thursday, October 4 Advance Tickets are now on sale at five locations for the Fall Taste of Newnan, set for Thursday, Oct. 4. Admission to the event is free and open to the public. It takes place from 5-8:30 p.m. on the Court Square. Tickets for food can be purchased for $1 each at the event, or people can beat the crowds by purchasing advance tickets at Ace Beer Growlers, C.S. Toggery, Dragonfly Running Co., Alfa Insurance/Jeff Delaney Agency, Ellie Mack Boutique & Newnan Mercantile. The Taste of Newnan is a fun-filled, family event that is hosted twice a year along the square in downtown Newnan, where the entire community is invited to sample menu items from our fantastic Newnan-Coweta restaurants and caterers.
Crowds up to 7,000 attend the event, coming downtown to try “tastes” (small food or drink portions) from over 30 local Newnan-Coweta food vendors. Each taste ranges between 1- 10 tickets. Entertainment is also provided during the event with two stages featuring family-friendly, live music by Musicology, and a “Kid’s Zone” along West Washington Avenue, equipped with rides, inflatables, and more! Free parking is available along downtown streets, and in the City of Newnan’s public parking lots, located at: 13 Lagrange St., 25 Lagrange St., 22 Spring St, 6 First Ave., 50 E. Broad St., 65 E.Broad St., 41 E.Washington St., and 22 E. Broad St.
Limited Tickets! They’re Going Fast for Oct. 19th’s
OktoberFest Main Street Newnan continues its 2018 fall event schedule with the much anticipated annual Oktoberfest Beer Tasting.
Caregiver of the Month: Mariya Raycheva
The Oktoberfest Beer Tasting is set for Friday, Oct. 19 from 5-9 p.m. Tickets for the Oktoberfest event are currently available for purchase at www.mainstreetnewnan.com.
ome Helpers of GA & AL continues to recognize and celebrate the relationship between caregivers and the families they serve in 2018. As people age, there are times when a little help, a little companionship, a little reassurance helps. Being independent does not mean doing everything by yourself. Being independent means being in control of your lifestyle, your schedule and the way in which your needs are met. Home Helpers of GA & AL will pay tribute throughout 2018 to its Exceptional Caregivers – who bring life, enjoyment, and independence, to their clients daily.
This year’s event will highlight craft brews from across the state of Georgia and is sponsored by LaGrange Grocery and Abide Brewing. Complimentary refreshments, retail sales specials and other treats will be made available for all participating attendees.
Thoughts on Caregiving ... MARIYA RAYCHEVA – “Being a caregiver can be difficult. Sometimes it can cause a lot of emotional stress. However the power of a smile, a kind word, or even the smallest act of caring can turn a life around.That’s what I love about my job, and I’m happy to be a part of Home Helpers family.” Client Mrs. Gough (left), Caregiver Mariya Raycheva
125 Jefferson St. • Newnan GA 30263
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Sidewalk. More like runway.
Ticket holders must visit the event registration table on the Downtown Square and provide a valid photo ID to receive their tickets. Additionally, each participant will receive a unique commemorative acrylic pint glass and an informational brochure detailing each of the participating locations and their specific beer offering. Participating locations include: 15 Perry St., Ace Beer Growlers, Blue Fern Merchant, Blue Moon Boutique, C.S. Toggery, Cookie Barr, Corner Arts Gallery Studio & Gift Shop, Downtown Olive & Kitchen Supply Co., Dragonfly Running Co., Ellie Mack Boutique, Fine Lines Art & Framing, Footpaths Aromatic Reflexology, Georgia Peach Boutique, Gillyweed, Greenhouse Mercantile, Kat Eyes, Kendra’s, Let Them Eat Toffee, Louis Boynton Psychotherapy, Mayfair on the Square, Meat ‘N Greet, Morgan Jewelers, Nathan Brain State Farm, New Beginnings, Newnan Mercantile, Redneck Gourmet, The Alamo, The Mad Mexican, The Newnan Times-Herald, The Parlor Downtown Boutique, The Rustic Rose, Therapeautic Massage Center, Trek Bicycles of Newnan, Vinylyte Records & Brown’s Guitar Mill. For more information, contact the Main Street Newnan office at 770-253-8283. 20th Annual Alpha Delta Kappa Coweta Christmas Is Sat., Nov. 10
Coweta Christmas Piedmont’s modern vein care turns every sidewalk into a runway. Whether you’ve been dealing with leg pain, swelling and fatigue or the appearance of varicose veins, our minimally invasive procedures will do the trick (and most are covered by insurance). Tap into the expertise and resources of an entire health system for the best, most confident you.
Schedule now at piedmont.org/southernvein or call 770.683.8346
Coweta Christmas at the Coweta County Fairgrounds is Saturday, November 10 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This popular fundraiser is free and open to the public. There will be something for everyone. Local children’s choral and dance groups will perform throughout the day. Vendors will be selling unique Christmas gifts. There will be a silent auction, children’s secret santa shop, photos with Santa Claus, children’s crafts (minimal charge), food and drinks. Fun for all ages! This event is sponsored by Alpha Delta Kappa, an international honorary organization for women educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism, and world understanding. Proceeds from this event are used to provide one scholarship at each of the Coweta County High Schools to students who have decided to major in education upon entering college. Monies raised are also used to assist other community needs. Contact Jena M. Fairchild for information: email@example.com
THANKSGIVING Crossroads Church in Sharpsburg will host their 10th Annual Thanksgiving Meal -- For those without family which to share the day OR for those struggling to provide a Thanksgiving dinner. You are invited to join them Thursday, November 22nd from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Crossroads Church, Hwy. 154 location, Sharpsburg. Walk-ins are welcome as well as take-out. Delivery is available upon request. If you’d like to RSVP or place a delivery order, please reach us through firstname.lastname@example.org.
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My Loved One Has Dementia.
Now What? Free, 90-Minute Workshop Tuesday, Oct. 23 • 6:30 - 8 p.m. Moreland Methodist Church 16 Church Street • Moreland Workshop presenter Beth Dow is a Dementia & Alzheimer’s Educator, CAEd, Geriatric Case Manager and Certified Senior Advisor. Most recently, she has authored a very popular book which this workshop is based. Attendees will: • Understand the first steps to take after diagnosis • Will learn how Dementia affects the entire family • Will learn how to build a care team • Know what to expect as the disease progresses Seating is limited.
To reserve your seat, RSVP to: email@example.com
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Plants, Plants, Plants!
Come to Coweta Master Gardener Extension Volunteers Fall Plant Sale on Oct. 13 Celebrate fall by adding new plants to your yard or garden. The Coweta Master Gardener Extension Volunteers have been hard at work in the greenhouse to produce a bumper crop of perennials, shrubs and trees for sale on Saturday, Oct. 13. “Fall is the best time to plant trees and shrubs, so their roots can get a head start growing over the winter,” says MGEV Marci Moore, chairman of the plant sale committee. “Planting trees and shrubs in the spring doesn’t give the plants enough time to develop strong root systems before summer’s hot temperatures so the perfect time to plant is now.” Moore says the sale will include about 2,800 plants with a nice variety of perennials and shrubs for both sun and shade. Perennials include iris (bearded, Siberian, Louisiana, Japanese); daylilies in a variety of colors; rudbeckia; Stokes aster; ferns; and Lenten rose. Shrubs include several varieties of hydrangea, butterfly bushes (several colors), purple and white beautyberry, spirea, azalea and lespedeza. Trees include Chinese pistache, maples, crepe myrtles and river birches. The sale will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13, at the MGEV greenhouse, 255 Pine Road, Newnan, behind the University of Georgia Extension Office. While some cardboard boxes will be available, shoppers are encouraged to bring boxes to carry home their plant finds. The fall plant sale is a fund-raiser for the MGEVs, who present free educational horticultural programs for residents of Coweta County year-round. Funds also are used to support programs for the Coweta County 4-H, the Newnan Boys and Girls Club and other youth activities. “Not only are the plants a great deal, but they have been grown in Coweta County and are already acclimated to our environment,” says Moore. “Plus you can give your landscape a boost while supporting horticulture and youth programs in Coweta County.”
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Sports Related Concussion with a concussion or TBI require physical and cognitive rest to let the brain heal. With appropriate medical attention, 80-90% of concussion symptoms resolve in seven to ten days.
A concussion is a type of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI). It can be caused by a blow to the head or body, which may include contact with another player, the ground or a piece of equipment such as a baseball bat or lacrosse stick. A concussion is a reaction by the brain to a force transmitted to the head from an impact or blow occurring anywhere on the body. Overall, a concussion results from the brain moving back and forth or twisting rapidly inside the boney interior of the skull. This type of injury results in a temporary loss of normal brain function. It is generally thought that concussion diagnosis involve a loss of consciousness. However, data shows that 90% of most diagnosed concussions do not involve loss of consciousness. The signs and symptoms of a concussion can occur immediately or over a period of time. Students/athletes with concussions may display very different symptoms and these symptoms are usually resolved over a period of time ranging from a few days to several weeks. In some cases, persistent symptoms can last beyond the generally accepted time frame and would be classified as a prolonged concussion. Approximately 10% of athletes have persistent signs and symptoms of concussion lasting more than two weeks. Symptoms of a concussion may include: Amnesia; confusion or appearing dazed; headache or head pressure; loss of consciousness; balance difficulty or dizziness, or clumsy movements; double vision, blurry vision; sensitivity to light and/or sound; nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite; irritability, sadness or other changes in personality; feeling sluggish, foggy, light-headed; concentration or focusing problems; slowed reaction time, drowsiness; fatigue, sleep issues; loss of smell or taste. Concussion management depends on early recognition and appropriate treatment to reduce recovery time, prevent complications and safely return the patient to sport activity. Students who have been diagnosed
The physical therapy treatments may address any or all of the components of concussion. Those can include include vestibular/balance, ocular/visual, cognitive, post traumatic migraine, cervical spine and potential anxiety/emotion/mood changes. Cognitive rest is as important as physical rest. Student athletes should avoid activities that require concentration or mental activity such as: computers, smartphones, video games, television, driving, texting, reading/ writing, homework, test taking, loud noises and or bright light during the initial recovery phase. As treatment progresses, these activities are reintroduced to daily activities. Return of symptoms would guide the rate of treatment progression. Initially, the student may only be able to attend school for a few hours a day or may only require rest breaks during the day. These would be considered classroom accommodations. There should be a gradual return to academic activities just as for physical activities. For the student, the bright lights and loud noises such as walking down a busy, crowded hallway may trigger a recurrence of the concussion symptoms. Physical activity is reintroduced in a similar fashion as cognitive activity. Athletes/ students are progressed through activity levels that increase in duration and intensity. There is a set protocol for the return to competition that all the Coweta county high schools have implemented and adhere to. The progression is carefully monitored and advanced on an individual basis. Concussions and head injuries (TBI) may never be completely eliminated from sporting activities or events. However, with ongoing research, improved equipment design and knowledge of athletic actions/activities, we have a better understanding on how to evaluate, diagnose and treat and prevent concussions. These advancements made as new information discovered will become the foundation for improved athletic skills/ techniques or, as necessary, rule changes to minimize the frequency and severity of concussions in sports. Russell Foley Georgia Bone and Joint Physical Therapy
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Some Musicology 2018 News … Taste Of Newnan … Thursday! We are happy to announce that students and instructors will be performing at Taste Of Newnan Thursday, October 4th. Music from 5:30-8:30pm…Food and Fun the whole time! Winter Recital! We will be holding our annual winter recital Saturday, December 15th. There will be multiple shows that afternoon and space will be limited. Sign up sheet will be on the desk in November … Save the date and Start Practicing!
For more information about the plant sale, call 770-254-2620 or email uge2077@ uga.edu.
Doug Kees 30 Year Anniversary! Mark your calendars … Saturday, February 2nd we will hold a celebration concert for Doug’s 30 year anniversary teaching in this community. The show will be full of current students, instructor performances, guests, and alumni.
Check out Our Facebook Page Musicology Newnan!
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Zen Monkey’s News and Musings … UUUUUUUU Representatives from Piedmont Newnan Hospital recently presented a check for $15,000 to the West Georgia Technical College Foundation to support student scholarships and strengthen the partnership between the hospital and college. The gift is annual support as part of a five-year commitment signed in 2017.
Blickle U.S.A., has opened its U.S. headquarters at Coweta Industrial Park. The company makes wheels and casters. The current facility covers 55,000 square feet and can expand to more than 200,000.
UUUUUUUU Irony defined: “hyphenated.” “Non-hyphenated.”
A couple of new restaurants are slated for downtown Newnan. 714 Raw Bar will have raw oysters, tapas and organic food on its menu. The Spring street restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Another restaurant on Broad Street will focus on high-end seafood in a more intimate setting. The Orphan will be reservation-only.
Abby’s Angels is teaming up with Grady Hospital’s Injury Prevention Program to get teen drivers to pledge to drive safely. For several upcoming local high school football games, Grady will have their distracted driving simulator and drunk goggles for students and parents to try. Grady will have giveaways and educational material as well.
The city of Senoia will allow open alcohol containers at special events by creating an “entertainment district.” The district will cover most of the downtown area.
Watering water makes it grow.
UUUUUUUU A Netflix feature film, Sextuplets, was being filmed down at 19 Temple Ave. It’s about a man raised by adopted parents and never knew his biological family. He’s now raising his own family and starts looking for his past.
UUUUUUUU Atlanta Range and Ordnance recently got a new shooting simulator. You can rent the room by the half or full hour. Pretty sure it’s the only public simulator in the county.
UUUUUUUU Dunkin’ Donuts is changing its name to Dunkin’. This is so no one will know they still sell very unhealthy and delicious donuts. Ninja move.
Students from East Coweta High School honored Coweta Superintendent Steve Barker with original artwork, marking Barker’s term as the Georgia Superintendent of the Year. Teacher Georgie McMillan and several of her Advanced Sculpture students presented Barker a foil relief artwork with Barker’s name and “PRIDE” featured on it.
Two Coweta County School System students have been named to the Georgia School Superintendent’s 2018-19 Student Advisory Council. Aaliyah Phillips, of East Coweta High School, and Jessica Hicks, of the Central Educational Center, were both chosen for the state-level council.
The Newnan Junior Service League has named Abby’s Angels Foundation as their 2018-19 Grant Recipient.
UUUUUUUU The four-year graduation rate for Coweta County School System high school students was 84.8 percent in 2018. The Coweta County School System’s on-time graduation rate was approximately three percent higher than the state of Georgia’s average, which rose to 81.6 percent in 2018, according to a gradation report released by the Georgia Department of Education on Wednesday.
UUUUUUUU Foundation Christian Church has given each student at Ruth Hill Elementary School a new pair of sneakers. It is the second year in a row the church has made the donation. What an awesome ministry and worth two thumbs up.
UUUUUUUU Crickets are really loud for something that gets eaten by everything.
UUUUUUUU Five Below is opening another location here locally. The retail store where everything is $5-or-less is opening at The Overlook in Peachtree City, next to Michaels. Five Below presently has stores both in Newnan and Fayetteville. No opening date has been announced.
UUUUUUUU Newk’s Eatery is planning to open a new restaurant also in The Overlook. Newk’s currently has a restaurant in Newnan’s Ashley Park. Other stores in The Overlook include TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, Ulta, Versona and Michaels and is located at 2760 Hwy. 54 West in Peachtree City.
UUUUUUUU You are never completely useless. You can always serve as a bad example.
Real Mascots Wear Pink
Real mascots, as in Zen Monkey, White Monkey and Taku (flashback from one year ago) wear pink in support of October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Please, ladies, get your mammograms.
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Dear Valued Patrons The first floor of the Carnegie will be closed now until Tuesday, October 16 … due to a movie filming. During the closing the following services are available on the second floor: WiFi Access; 2 Laptops for Internet Searching (no printing available); Honor Books (with limited selection); magazines and newspapers; All program sessions … *no sessions Monday, October 8. For more information and questions, call 770.683.1347, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our Facebook page for updates. We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding. ~ Carnegie Library Staff
Money-saving tips on energy, groceries and holiday planning The fall season has arrived, and it’s a great time to reevaluate your spending and find some ways to save money. Making small adjustments to your energy consumption, grocery shopping and even holiday shopping plans can keep lots of money in your wallet. Try these tips to save money this fall: Energy Saving Open the windows. As the temperatures get cooler outside, open your windows to let in fresh air. This is cheaper than using fans or air conditioning. Schedule maintenance for heating systems. When fall begins, schedule maintenance services for your water heater and other heating systems. Make sure this equipment is operating properly and efficiently before cold weather arrives and repair services are busy with other customers. Weatherize your home. Get your home ready for winter by looking for leaks around windows and doors. Use caulk to seal gaps and cracks where air and water can seep in. Also, cover windows with plastic to avoid cold drafts. Change your filters. Change the filters in your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems during the fall.
save money on your grocery bill. During the fall, shop for apples, pears, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, grapes, mushrooms, figs, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and winter squash.
Dirty and clogged filters will raise utility bills and damage your HVAC system. Lower water heater temperature. Though many manufacturers set water heater thermostats at 140 degrees Fahrenheit, the U.S. Department of Energy recommends turning down the temperature of your water heater to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Lowering the temperature will use less energy, reduce the dangers of scalding and also slow mineral buildup and corrosion in your water heater and pipes. Grocery Shopping Plan your meals. Get organized and plan your meals ahead of time for the week to avoid eating out. Write down a menu and make sure you have all the necessary ingredients. Use your crock pot to make big, warm meals, such as stew and chili, and freeze the leftovers for later. Buy food in season. Buying fruits and vegetables that are in season will help you
Holiday Planning Trade costumes. Instead of buying expensive Halloween costumes for your children, cut costs by exchanging costumes with your neighbors or family members. Save for holiday gifts. Fall is the perfect time to start setting money aside for holiday gifts. Determine how much you need to save by making a list of the people that you’d like to shop for and how much you want to spend on each gift. Then, figure out the dollar amount you can put aside each week, which could be achieved by cutting back in other areas, to meet your goal. This will help you avoid getting into credit card debt. Plan to shop early. Don’t wait until the peak shopping season to start buying holiday gifts. Begin shopping now so you can take your time to find the best deals and gifts for your loved ones. Getting a head start on your holiday shopping will prevent you from being rushed, spending more than you budgeted and having fewer options to choose from because items are
sold out. Make rules for gift exchanges. Instead of trying to buy gifts for all of your family members, friends and coworkers, which can get very expensive, talk with your loved ones about setting limits for your gift exchanges. For a particular group, perhaps you could draw names so that each person is only expected to buy a gift for one family member, friend or coworker, instead of everyone. This will reduce your holiday spending tremendously. Take advantage of layaway. If you’ve found items that you’d like to purchase for holiday gifts but don’t have the cash right now, consider taking advantage of layaway programs offered by some retailers, such as Walmart. Layaway allows shoppers to set aside merchandise in the store until they can pay off the balance and take it home. Customers make a down payment and scheduled payments until the bill is paid in full. All items are not eligible for layaway. Have potluck holiday meals. For fall or holiday gatherings, plan a menu and ask guests to bring a certain dish or beverage. Potluck holiday meals help keep costs low for hosts and prevent them from having to buy all of the food, desserts and beverages themselves.
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A Special Day at the Kiwanis Coweta County Fair 2018
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County Coordinator Agricultural & Natural Resources Agent UGA Extension – Coweta County
Q. I have always wanted to plant flowering bulbs
but have never taken the time. When is the best time to plant them?
Spacing will vary from 1 to 2 inches to as much as several feet. When spacing bulbs, consider not only how much space each plant needs, but also how frequently it will be dug and divided. Also, consider how they will look in the landscape when they bloom. Plant the bulbs
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Here in Georgia, October is a great time to plant spring-flowering bulbs. In fact, they can be planted anytime from October through late December. It’s best to wait until temperatures are consistently below 60 degrees at night though. It looks like that might be late October this year since summer temperatures are hanging around longer than expected. If you purchase bulbs but can’t plant them right away, then store them at around 60-65 degrees F. in a dry area. Temperatures above 70 degrees F. may damage the flower buds.
Planting depth and spacing are very important to the success of bulbs. Planting depth (from top of bulb to soil surface) should be two to three times the greatest diameter for bulbs 2 inches or more in diameter and three to four times the greatest diameter for smaller bulbs.
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Great question! Tulips are my favorite flowering bulbs, but I too can never seem to find the time to get them planted.
Also consider locating beds and plants where they will be aesthetically pleasing and effectively arranged in the landscape.
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Most spring-flowering bulbs prefer light shade to full sunshine, so find a site that provides at least 6 to 10 hours of direct light per day. Insufficient light usually results in poor flowering, but too much light will bleach the flowers and foliage of some species.
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Since we are prone to have mild winters in our area, you may want to pre-cool certain bulbs since most spring-flowering bulbs require a 12-16 week cold period. To do this, you can store the bulbs in ventilated packages in the bottom of your refrigerator at 40-50 degrees F. before planting. Check with your bulb supplier to determine whether or not the bulbs you purchase have been pre-cooled. If not, then you may need to give them a cold treatment.
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carefully and don’t broadcast them as they could be bruised or injured. Plant the bulbs upright (rhizomes and tuberous roots are usually planted on their sides), and press the soil firmly around them. Water the beds thoroughly to help settle the soil. If you haven’t soil tested in a while, then go ahead and get a soil test done before you plant so that you can add any lime or fertilizer prior to planting. The soil pH should be between 6.0 and 6.8 for most bulbs. Also, good drainage is essential, so choose an area that doesn’t hold water too long. When in doubt, dig a hole about a foot deep and fill it with water. If the water drains away in 8-10 hours, then that should be just fine for most bulbs. For more information about planting flowering bulbs, contact the Coweta County Extension office at 770-2542620 or email@example.com and ask for the publication, “Flowering Bulbs for Georgia Gardens”. The University of Georgia College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences is an equal opportunity, Affirmative Action, Veteran, Disability Institution.” Image 1: Tulips … Credit: UGA Cooperative Extension
College Probe Fair returns, scheduled for Oct. 9 at CEC The Central Educational Center (CEC) will host representatives from over 60 colleges, schools and universities during its College Probe Fair and Open House on Oct. 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Parents and students are invited to attend to obtain information about post secondary options and speak directly to representatives from various institutions. Exhibiting educational institutions will offer information about their programs, courses of study and admissions. High school juniors and seniors from all Coweta high schools will have opportunities to meet with higher education representatives to ask questions about their institutions and schedule tours. The Georgia Student Finance Commission will also be in attendance to talk about the financial aid opportunities such as FAFSA and the HOPE scholarship. The Probe Fair will be held at CEC’s campus at 160 Martin Luther King Drive in Newnan. CEC will also hold their annual Open House during the evening. For more information, contact CEC at 678-423-2000, Ext. 292. Students who plan to attend are encouraged to visit www.gaprobe.org before the event to register for a barcode.
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WHEAT STRAW & BROWN TOP MILLET HAY for Sale. $3.50 per bale. Frank Barron 770-231-9535
TOWNSHIP COINS – WE BUY coin collections, offer free in-store appraisals, we buy gold, silver and plated silver. 770-254-2727 WE BUY MILITARY RIFLES $$$ Top Dollar Paid. Estate items sold. Buy, Sell, Trade. By appointment. Call 678-641-8283 WE PAY TOP DOLLAR for aluminum, copper, brass. Gentry Recycling 770-253-5770 WE BUY: scrap metal, junk cars, old appliances, stoves, refrigerators, washers, dryers, dish washers & batteries. Gentry Recycling 770-253-5770
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11.12 WOODED ACRES with bold stream on Witcher Rd. $7,500 per acre. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Realtors, 770-253-6990/770-231-9535 SPORTSMAN’S PARADISE on 135+/- acres in Meriwether Co. Metal barn, stocked 2 ac pond w/new dock. Deer, doves, turkeys & ducks! Approx. 4,896’ paved road frontage on Cedar Rock Rd. Area of big deer! 24x24 equipment shed. Owner/ Agent. $3,950/AC Frank Barron, Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors, 770-253-6990/770-231-9535 BUILDING LOTS IN CHANDLER’S RUN. Longwood, East Coggins Rd., Hummingbird Estates & other areas. Frank Barron 770-231-9535. Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors. 770253-6990.
FOR LEASE - 11 JEFFERSON PLACE. 5 rooms, 2 baths, breakroom and central HVAC. Good condition. For lease at $1,350 per month. Frank Barron, Owner/Agent 770-231-9535 or Robert Hinely Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors 770-253-6990 EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY on a spacious commercial lot with easy access to Millard Farmer Industrial Blvd., Hwy. 34E, Ashley Park and I-85! 1.297+/- acre lot zoned commercial. $91,900. Jess Barron, Lindseys, Inc. Realtors, 770-253-6990. WINDOW OFFICES FOR RENT … 15 Perry Street. $599 per month. Check out website for more info 15PerryStreet.com or call 770.755.7477 6.85 ACRES on Newnan’s 2nd busiest st. (Temple Ave./ Hwy 34 West). Great for shopping center or medical complex. $495,000. Frank/ Jess, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 770-253-6990
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OLD VETERAN & SON HANDYMAN SERVICES Yard work, tree and limb removal, trim hedges, trash removal, cut grass, weed eat & edge, gutter cleaning, general repairs. We replace rotten wood. Call 678.953.7418 or 770.502.7607 10.24 PRESSURE WASHING – H2O Soft Wash offers pressure washing for houses, roofs, driveways, sidewalks & more. Free Estimates. Licensed & insured. Call 678340-8776. 10.3 BT BACKFLOWS Backflow Testing and Repair Certified. Licensed. Insured. I will match any competitor’s price. Contact Branden Thrasher 678.378.8924, BTbackflows@gmail.com, www.btblackflows.com 10.10 CRUD BUSTERS PRESSURE WASHING 35 years in Coweta County. Who you gonna call? Crud Busters for all your pressure washing needs. And remember: your best bet is to hire a vet. Call 770.550.7777 10.31* LAWN SERVICE by Jimmy Kelley. 678.877.4783, firstname.lastname@example.org 55 Longwood Lane, Newnan A-1 ROOFING COMPANY For all your roofing needs & repairs. Stop leaks today! Free estimates! Licensed / insured. Mike 678-409-8600 REMODELING CONTRACTOR in Coweta co. since 1993. Kitchens, baths & basements remodels. Also, custom wood work, drywall, painting, doors, windows, decks, and wood rot repairs. Many lines of cabinetry for low prices. Call Mike at Above & Beyond Carpentry 678-673-9560. 10.24
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PERSONAL ASSISTANT, housekeeper & pet caregiver needed for disabled person who is ambulatory. Patient care a plus but not required. Must like animals. GA. Dr. Lic. required, as well as background checks, drug screens, references, and must be bondable. Salary, private rooms (a suite, on separate floor), board, and amenities are all provided. People with children will be considered. Couples will not. Do not
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HOME HELPERS – We are one of the area’s fastestgrowing home care agencies, and we need your help as we continue to grow and help more families in need. Seeking qualified caregivers to help our wonderful clients (primarily seniors) stay safe and independent in their homes. Available shifts – days, evenings, overnight and/or weekends. We offer competitive wages, extensive training, supportive work environment and paid time off. Please apply online at ApplyToBeACNA.com or call 678-876-5118.
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Conservation uses are something else you need to consider when purchasing acreage or a home on acreage. There are significant penalties for landowners who break the conservation use before the end of the 10year period. Owners who break the conservation use covenant must pay back to the taxing authorities TWICE the savings they received over the life of the covenant to the point it was breached, plus any applicable interest. If the property is sold during the covenant period, the new landowner must agree to continue the covenant or be responsible for penalties and taxes due if the covenant is breached under their ownership (epd.georgia.gov). If you are buying land, a farm, or a home on acreage, one of the first things you should check is if the property is a conservation use. Your Realtor can place language in your purchase and sale contract that will protect you in the event there is a conservation use. CUVA is a great way to save money on taxes. Acknowledgement and agreement of CUVA, in writing, by the buyer and seller, is very important in a real estate transaction. You do not want to be stuck paying the penalty on breaching the conservation use. (Jess Barron is an Associate Broker with Lindseys, Inc. Realtors and President of the Newnan-Coweta Board of Realtors.)
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The Film Fix
… Where film buffs get their fix with Jonathan W. Hickman Arthouse Corner: A Star is Born (review)
What to Binge: The Haunting of Hill House (October 12) - Mike Flanagan is the horror director of the moment. His success with Netflix’ “Gerald’s Game” served as a perfect audition for this 10-episode series based on the Shirley Jackson novel, which was adapted back in 1963 in the Robert Wise film “The Haunting.” The trailer for this “Hill House” teases both creepy horror elements and complex drama, as a family deals with personal addictions and quite possibly a house that is out to get them. Cast includes the always fantastic Carla Gugino, the star of Flanagan’s “Gerald’s Game.” Worth Checking Out: Making a Murderer: Part 2 (October 19) - The major splash for Netflix in 2015, which became a cultural happening, “Making a Murderer” was a water cooler sensation. But since the show’s release, questions surfaced necessitating, for good or bad, a second chapter. Filmmakers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos return to the scene of the crime and continue to cover the legal battles of Steven Avery and his younger co-defendant Brendan Dassey. The question this time around is whether viewers will embrace the story for another sure to be grueling experience. What Movie to Watch: The Shining (1980) - Stephen King material is hotter than ever these days, with 2017’s “It” becoming the top-grossing R-rated horror film of all time (more than $700 million worldwide). And while King was reportedly not happy with Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 adaptation of his best-seller, it has become a massive cult phenomenon even finding its way into Stephen Spielberg’s “Ready Player One,” just this year. With the highly anticipated sequel “Doctor Sleep” being shot locally, “The Shining” is worth another watch. What to Avoid: Angel Eyes (2001) - Back in the early 2000s, Jennifer Lopez was on a roll. “Angel Eyes” was an opportunity for her to tackle dramatic material within a complex, if also contrived, narrative. And the performance is fine, but the film is lacking. In the movie, Lopez plays a police officer who forms an awkward relationship with a mysterious man (Jim Caviezel), who is emotionally damaged by trauma.
What to Binge (well kinda): Into the Dark: The Body (October 5) - This monthly anthology series takes a more restrained approach—the anti-binge. Releasing but one episode a month, the inspiration for these dark tales comes from the holiday in the month of its release. Therefore, episode one, clocking in at a feature film running time, is set on Halloween night, when a hitman is forced to transport a body and folks think that he’s really got one killer costume.
What Movie to Watch: RBG - Sure to be nominated for numerous best documentary film awards for this year, “RBG” is an informative and emotional biography of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court’s trail-blazing justice. The focus on Ginsburg’s greatest court victories before she made her way to the top bench is the heart of the film. Note that there is a narrative Ginsburg bio-pic titled “On the Basis of Sex” that is slated for a December release. Worth Checking Out: Results - Independent film director Andrew Bujalski gave us the very solid comedy drama “Support the Girls” a couple months ago, and “Results” is another good example of his work. Guy Pearce and Cobie Smulders star in this quirky romantic comedy. What to Avoid: Daddy’s Home 2 - If you didn’t get enough of the Mark Wahlberg/Will Ferrell cartoon “Daddy’s Home” in 2015, then you might be able to stomach another go round. Of note: Mel Gibson and John Lithgow play a couple of diametrically opposed fathers in this tepid sequel. Watching the trailer is enough for this one.
Maybe not exactly an arthouse offering, this one will undoubtedly factor into the end of the year awards races. And for Lady Gaga, who was already a household name for her voice, she steps out fully, as both a musician and an actress delivering an award-worthy performance. “A Star is Born” is Bradley Cooper's reimagining of the famous Hollywood property that has been made four times now. In this telling, Cooper (also writing and directing here) plays alcoholic country rock superstar Jackson Maine, who discovers singing talent Ally (Lady Gaga) and gives birth to her career. The two fall in love, but when Ally’s career takes off and Maine’s crashes, the question is whether their relationship will survive. “A Star is Born” is grand Hollywood entertainment featuring terrific musical and acting performances.
Theatrical Teaser: Halloween (October 19)
What to Binge: Mr. Robot: Season 3 - With the popular series ending in 2019 with season 4, and if you missed it when it aired last year, Prime subscribers have an opportunity to catch up. The series starring Rami Malek and Christian Slater is about a super hacker who becomes involved in a global conspiracy. It’s an inventive and edgy thriller worth block viewing. What Movie to Watch: Carrie (1976) - This is potentially binge-worthy, because, in this spooky month, Amazon is releasing the 1999 kind of sequel to this 1976 take on the the Stephen King novel that started his amazing career. And the same material served up another “Carrie” in 2013, directed by “Boys Don’t Cry” helmer Kimberly Peirce, starring Chloë Grace Moretz. While that film was okay, for my money, Sissy Spacek’s performance as the telekinetic title character in Brian De Palma’s version makes this one best of the three films, and it’s definitely worth revisiting. What to Avoid: An American Werewolf in Paris - It’s too bad that John Landis couldn’t have directed and wrote the sequel to his truly superb 1981 film “An American Werewolf in London.” And while “Paris,” the long overdue revisiting of the ideas introduced by Landis, isn’t a really terrible film, there are far better movies this month to watch (like the “Carrie” sequel mentioned above). Let’s hope that John’s talented son Max Landis gets it right with his reboot of “London” that has been announced.
While “A Star is Born” is sure to have legs at the box office, this direct sequel to the seminal 1978 slasher film is likely to have one of the biggest October weekends. And while there have been several sequels to John Carpenter’s famous 1978 horror entry “Halloween,” few of them were able to capture the film’s scary pulse. Word is that this sequel is the real deal. In “Halloween (2018),” original final girl Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis, reprising her iconic role) returns for one last confrontation with the evil killing machine Michael Myers. Expect old-fashioned scares, with some newfangled sensibilities, in this October shocker. (Jonathan W. Hickman is an entertainment attorney, filmmaker, college professor, and novelist. More about Jonathan can be found by visiting https:// filmproductionlaw.com/)
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OCTOBER IS NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH __________________________________
NOW THROUGH NOVEMBER 3 Scarecrows In The City Look for creative scarecrows displayed around Downtown Newnan There’s Most Creative, Spookiest, Funniest, Best use of Materials, or Best Theme. Check ‘em out! Newnan Cultural Arts Commission https://www.cityofnewnan.org
OCTOBER 3 & … 1ST WEDNESDAYS 1 Million Cups 1 Million Cups the first Wednesday of the month at 9 a.m. at 15 Perry Street. Come listen and support entrepreneurs, get motivation for your idea or just enjoy some great coffee from Kauai Coffee. More information at https://www.1millioncups.com/newnan, www.facebook.com/1MCNewnan/, and free tickets at https://1millioncups-newnan.eventbrite.com/ 15 Perry Street, Newnan __________________________________ OCTOBER 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 & … WEDNESDAYS Blended Family? Life can be tough blending two families. Join the Blended Family Small Group at in room 205 at Crossroads Church every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Childcare is provided. Call 770.853.6409 for more details. 2564 GA 154, Newnan, GA 30265
OCTOBER 3 & 6, 10 & 13, 17 & 20 … WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS 2018 Coweta County Farmers Market Wednesdays downtown around the Square 9 to 1 Saturdays at Asa M Powell Expo Center 9 to 1 through October 20 For information call Cynthia Jackson at 678.378.2415
OCTOBER 3, 17, 24, 31 & … WEDNESDAYS Gentle Yoga with Yvette at the Carnegie Visit the Carnegie Wednesdays 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and join instructor Yvette Monet for mild cardio yoga for adults and seniors of all levels of physical ability … stretch, strengthen muscles, gain flexibility, balance, relieve stress. Call to reserve spot. 770.683.1347 • 1 LaGrange St., Newnan https://www.newnancarnegie.com
OCTOBER 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 … WEDNESDAYS OCTOBER 5, 19, 26 … FRIDAYS OCTOBER 15, 22, 29 … MONDAYS Exercise is Medicine at the Carnegie Visit the Carnegie Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. A wellness class for prevention and management of chronic disease conditions. Call for details. 770.683.1347 • 1 LaGrange St., Newnan https://www.newnancarnegie.com
OCTOBER 4 & … FIRST THURSDAY Senoia DDA Promotions Committee Meets Join the Senoia DDA Promotions Committee Meetings the first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. 68 Main Street, Senoia, GA
OCTOBER 4-7 … THURSDAY-SUNDAY Women In Horror Film Festival Celebrate independent gentre filmmaking in Peachtree City at the Crowne Plaza Hotel & Conference Center. https://www.WIHFF.com __________________________________ OCTOBER 4 … THURSDAY Fall Taste of Newnan The Taste of Newnan is a fun-filled, family event along the square in downtown Newnan, where the entire community is invited to sample menu items from our fantastic Newnan-Coweta restaurants and caterers. Each taste ranges between 1 - 10 tickets, with each ticket costing $1. The event begins at 5 p.m., and lasts until 8:30 p.m. https://www.mainstreetnewnan.com __________________________________
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OCTOBER 5 … FRIDAY Friday Night Football East Coweta @ Westlake Northgate vs. New Manchester … Youth Night Newnan at Wheeler Trinity @ Landmark Christian
OCTOBER 5 … FRIDAY Coweta Schools … Teacher Work Day __________________________________ OCTOBER 6, & … FIRST SATURDAYS Market Days first Saturdays April - December The Market Day is hosted by Main Street Newnan around the courthouse square in downtown Newnan from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The market showcases a variety of handmade, homemade, and homegrown products created by local artisans, artists, and farmers. It features 50 unique booths with new vendors and one-of-a-kind items each month. Market favorites include: fresh locally grown produce, honey, jams and jellies, salsa, pottery, art, children’s clothing, hand-woven baskets, leather products, fresh baked goods, handcrafted furniture, birdhouses, wood-art, fiberart, wreaths, floral design, and much more! Open to the public and no charge for admission. https://www.mainstreetnewnan.com
OCTOBER 6 … SATURDAY Geocaching 101 Workshop at the Bend Have you been wanting to Geocache but don’t know where to start? Come join one of our Friends members for Geocaching 101 Sat., Oct. 6 from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Participants should have either a hand held GPS device or a smart phone with the Geocaching app installed. A geocaching account (free at geocaching.com) is a plus but is not required to participate. You’ll learn the basics of geocaching, be able to ask questions, and find some fun caches located near the Visitor Center. 12 noon. Meet on the side porch of the Visitor Center. Free to all guest, call or visit our office for details and registration 770-254-7271. 425 Bob White Way, Newnan, GA 30263
OCTOBER 6 … SATURDAY Hogansville Tower Trail 5k Run/Walk Saturday, October 6th! Registration is Open for the 5K Run/Walk! Experience Hogansville on a beautiful fall morning as you run or walk a 5K route along the Tower Trail, past the historic homes on Oak Street, through downtown Main Street, and around one of Hogansville’s oldest residential neighborhoods. Prizes are awarded to race winners in age categories. Part of the annual Hogansville Hummingbird Festival, a fundraiser for the Hogansville Charitable Trust. http://www.hummingbirdfestival.com/ __________________________________ OCTOBER 6 … SATURDAY Fall Barbecue White Oak Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church’s Fall Barbecue is Saturday, October 6, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Plates $10. Quart of Stew $10. Pound of Barbecue $10. All proceeds support Church Missions. Info … 770-253-7904 2796 Gordon Rd, Senoia, GA 30276 __________________________________ OCTOBER 6 … SATURDAY 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater 201 McIntosh Trail , Peachtree City, GA 30269 __________________________________ OCTOBER 6 … SATURDAY Senoia’s Fall Merchants’ Sidewalk Sale Visit downtown Senoia from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for some fall savings! https://www.enjoysenoia.com __________________________________ OCTOBER 6 & 27 … SATURDAYS Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic The Help Spay/Neuter Clinic Vaccine clinic from 9-10:30 a.m. First come, first served. 12 The Crescent, Newnan, GA 30263
OCTOBER 6 & 7 … SATURDAY & SUNDAY Cotton Pickin’ Fair Art, Crafts, Antiques, Music, Food & Fun in Gay, GA cpfair.org __________________________________
OCTOBER 7 … SUNDAY Ferst Annual Lewis Grizzard & Catfish Bike Ride Mass start at 8 a.m. beginning at the Moreland Mill in Moreland. Registration fee: $28 before Sept. 15 and $35 onsite. 12, 25, 66 and 100 mile routes through scenic Coweta County. Register at http://cowetaferst.org active.com Registration forms are available at the Visitors Center in the historic Courthouse Downtwon Newnan __________________________________ OCTOBER 7 & 9, 14 & 16 & … SUNDAYS & TUESDAYS BINGO! at Coweta Veterans Club Newnan’s American Legion Post 57 hosts Bingo every Sunday at 6 p.m. and every Tuesday at 7 p.m. 5 - $100 games. Up to $1,000 Jackpot depending on number of players. $15 plays all games. Snack Bar. Smoke Free. Off of Hwy. 29N, across from A&W Nursery. Info 770.251.6949 130 Veterans Rd., Newnan
OCTOBER 8 … MONDAY Coweta Schools … Student Holiday __________________________________ OCTOBER 8 … MONDAY The Bob Crutchfield Memorial Golf For Kids Tournament Golf with a Purpose ~ Chateau Elan Golf Club - Braselton, GA. Bob Crutchfield Memorial Golf for Kids Tournament Registration 8:30 a.m. Shotgun start 10 a.m. Awards Ceremony & Dinner 4 p.m. Golfers can choose to have a celebrity play in their foursome. Proceeds will benefit Christian City’s important work with runaway and homeless youth through the Children’s Village residential program and Safe Place program. Get sponsorship info or register to play at www.christiancity.org/golf __________________________________ OCTOBER 8 … MONDAY LEGO Club at Senoia Library Ages 8-15. Are you a Master Builder? Are you new to the world of LEGO? Join our LEGO Club at 1 p.m. and meet other builder’s, see Expert level LEGOs, and complete fun challenges with other LEGO enthusiast! & Craft N’ Creations Social Club Ages 11-14. This will be a special program at 4:30 p.m. on the art of “paper craft” making as you learn how to use a paper embosser and die cutting machine to make a beautiful card. You can give these to family and friends for any occasion. Refreshments will be served. Registration is required. Senoia Branch, 148 Pylant St., Senoia
OCTOBER 9, 16, 23, 30 & … TUESDAYS Dance for Parkinson’s 10 to 11 a.m. at Southern Arc Dance Center. One free trial, then $5 per class. The Dance for Parkinson’s program is built on the fundamental premise: professionally trained dancers are movement experts whose knowledge is useful to persons with PD. This class is an aesthetic experience that uses the elements of narrative, imagery, music and community to develop artistry and grace while addressing such PD-specific concerns as balance, flexibility, coordination, isolation and depression. Care partners are encouraged to participate at no charge. Info? Paulo Manso de Sousa at 770.683.3724 or email email@example.com 41-A Newnan Station Dr., Newnan 30265
OCTOBER 9 … TUESDAY College Probe Fair & Open House The Central Educational Center (CEC) will host representatives from over 60 colleges, schools and universities during its College Probe Fair and Open House on Oct. 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. at CEC’s campus. The event is free and open to the public. Parents and students are invited to attend to obtain information about post secondary options and speak directly to representatives from various institutions. Exhibiting educational institutions will offer information about their programs, courses of study and admissions. The Probe Fair will be held at CEC’s campus at 160 Martin Luther King Drive in Newnan. Students who plan to attend are encouraged to visit www.gaprobe.org before the event to register for a barcode. For more information, contact CEC at 678-423-2000, Ext. 292. 160 Martin Luther King Drive
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OCTOBER 9 … 2ND TUESDAY Parkinson’s Support Group Newnan’s Parkinson’s Support Group monthly meeting will be at 2:30 p.m. in Room 201 at Newnan’s First United Methodist Church (Get off the elevator and go left.) 770.253.7400 • 33 Greenville Street
OCTOBER 9 … 2ND TUESDAY Backyard Association Meeting Coweta County Master Gardeners Backyard Association free presentation begins at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month, January - November at the University of Georgia’s Cooperative Extension office located at 255 Pine Road, Newnan. Call the Coweta Extension office at 770254-2620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to register for wonderful door prizes. 255 Pine Road, Newnan • 770.254.2620 www.ugaextension.org/coweta
OCTOBER 10 … WEDNESDAY UWG 2018 Homecoming Homecoming at the University of West Georgia is about creating an enchanted, spellbinding experience. Whether you are a student, alumni, faculty, staff, or supporter, we invite you to join us as we celebrate long-standing traditions and create alluring new experiences. https://www.westga.edu/community/ homecoming/index.php
OCTOBER 10 … 2ND WEDNESDAYS Family Caregiver Support Group Are you a Family Caregiver? Looking for Hope or Understanding? Then join people just like you and enjoy support, laughter and encouragement. Our Family Caregiver Support Group meets the 2nd Wednesday each month at the Moreland United Methodist Church. The meeting is from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. For more information, call 678590-6599 or email email@example.com. 16 Church Street, Moreland, GA 30259
OCTOBER 11 … THURSDAY Card Makers at Senoia Library For ages 15 & up at 4:30 p.m. While experimenting with a variety of paper crafting techniques (folding, embossing, stamping, paper piecing, etc.), patrons will discover ways to make beautiful cards for seasonal occasions. Registration is required. Senoia Branch, 148 Pylant St., Senoia
PUMPKIN PATCH 2018 SCHEDULE General Public … Opening Day Sept. 23 Closing Day Nov. 3 Fridays & Sundays 1-6 p.m. • Saturdays 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Group … Opening Day Sept. 24 Closing Day Nov. 2
*Group Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Call for group rates. Reservation is required.
OCTOBER 11 … THURSDAY WGTC’s Coweta Campus Open House Coweta Campus Open House is Thursday, October 11 from 5-7 p.m. Make sure you stop by for all sorts of fun activities, tours and giveaways, and you can APPLY FOR FREE! RSVP on Facebook that you’re coming, and we’ll have a special gift waiting on you when you check in! 200 Campus Drive, Newnan, GA 30263 __________________________________ OCTOBER 11, 25 & … EVERY OTHER THURSDAY Darkness to Light (D2L) Support Group Resurrection Lutheran’s Darkness to Light (D2L) Support group for individuals diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, any type, focus on mutual aid and strategies for living the fullest life possible. By sharing experiences, insights, and ideas, people get peer-to-peer support from their peers. Participants will develop wellness plans and learn how to discuss their illness with loved ones. The meetings are every other Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m. Jimmy Holbrook 404.516.0953 1250 Lora Smith Road, Newnan,GA 30265 __________________________________ OCTOBER 12 … FRIDAY A Passion For Purple Fundraiser Help Women & Children Survivors of Domestic Violence Paving a Healthier and Financially Secure Path for Domestic Violence Survivors SummerGrove Town Hall, next to SummerGrove Golf Club House, from 6 to 9 p.m. Wine and Hors d’oeuvres, silent auction items include individually designed centerpieces, purple purse designed by Serena Williams. Tickets $25 … to purchase visit firstname.lastname@example.org 333 Summergrove Parkway, Newnan, Ga 30265
OCTOBER 13, & … SATURDAY PTC's Night Market at Drake Field Enjoy live music, food, beverages, and art under the stars, 5-10 p.m. Weather permitting. This event is intended for those 18 and older – no special children’s activities are provided. Note: Golf cart recommended. Also: Nov. 10* www.nightmarketptc.com 155 Willowbend Rd Drake Field, Peachtree City, GA 30269
OCTOBER 13 … SATURDAY Full Circle’s Zombie & Super Hero Day Save the date!! Saturday October 13th - 10am-3pm. Full Circle’s 6th Annual Zombie & Super Hero Day. 17 Jefferson St., Downtown Newnan __________________________________
Goodbye! Come out and visit Uncle Bob’s Pumpkin Patch this year. It’s our final season.
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Nov. 23 through Dec. 23, 2018 Hours of Operation Thursdays & Fridays, 3 to 7 p.m. Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays, 1 to 6 p.m.
Hay Rides n Petting Zoo n Corn Maze n Corn Gun $5.00 Off Chicken House n Mushroom Education Station any tree. expires 12/23/18 n Pottery Demonstrations n “Magic Jack’s” Magic Show n Puppet Show n Worm Factory n Nature Trail n Vine Tunnel Uncle Bob’s Pumpkin Patch n Bee Barn n Bat Theater n Vegetable-Herb-Water Gardens 3781 E Happy Valley Cir., Newnan • 770.253.8100 n Spinning Demonstrations n Story Time www.UncleBobsPumpkinPatch.com n and much more at Uncle Bob’s *Offer expires 11-3-2018 No Fuelectronic coupons accepted. n
OCTOBER 13 … SATURDAY 2nd Annual EC Homecoming Benefit Color Run The 2nd annual EC Homecoming Benefit Color Run is a nonprofit event which is run through East Coweta High School’s FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) and other service student organizations. With your sponsorship and donations, you will receive a receipt for your tax-deductible donation. Please visit our website www.echsiccouncil. com to learn more about the 2nd annual EC Homecoming Benefit Color Run and how your support makes it possible. We are honored to share our community event with you and your company. We hope that with your collaboration, we can help support the EC Family and Tribe. East Coweta High School __________________________________ OCTOBER 13 … SATURDAY Cycle For Life Bike Ride Fundraiser Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s premier cycling event, CF Cycle for Life is Sat., Oct. 13 in Senoia. The annual event takes you through some of the most scenic terrain south of Atlanta. We feature well-stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, bike mechanic’s along the route, BBQ, a beer garden, live band/DJ, massages, kids zone and much more! 148 Pylant Street, Senoia GA 30276 https://www.Georgia.cff.org/cycle __________________________________ OCTOBER 13 … SATURDAY EMC Coweta-Fayettte 2018 Member Appreciation Day and Annual Meeting Sat., Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at Coweta-Fayette EMC Headquarters near Palmetto (registration is from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.) Door Prizes, Bingo, Games & Free Concessions Piedmont Health Fair For more info www.utility.org or 770.502.0226 __________________________________
OCTOBER 13 … SATURDAY Coweta County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers (MGEVs) Annual Fall Plant Sale October 13th from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 (or until sold out) Perennials • Shrubs • Trees. Bring bags or boxes for your purchases. Call 770.254.2620 with questions. Greenhouse behind Extension Office 255 Pine Road, Newnan __________________________________ OCTOBER 13 … SATURDAY Howl-O-Ween Dog Parade Dogs and owners can strut their stuff Saturday. Octobter 13 in downtown Hogansville. The parade is free! No charge for you or your dogs. Registration and parade starting point will be at Calvin Hipp Veterans Memorial Park. The parade will proceed up and down Main Street in historic downtown Hogansville. Prizes for Best Costume and more. Registration starts at 1 a.m., Parade at 11 a.m. http://www.hummingbirdfestival.com/ __________________________________ OCTOBER 13 … SATURDAY 7th Annual Night of Candles benefit featuring Zac Brown Band! www.nightofcandles.com __________________________________ OCTOBER 16 … TUESDAY Growing And Using Herbs Join the Coweta County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers for their 2nd Morning Glory addition of the Backyard Association! Mike and Judy Cunningham, of Country Gardens Farm and theteachingfarmers.com, are presenting “Growing and Using Herbs.” Registration is not required to attend. But those that call in advance and register will be entered for a drawing of door prizes. 770-254-2620 or email@example.com. 255 Pine Road, Newnan __________________________________ OCTOBER 16 & … 3RD TUESDAYS Bereavement Support Group Kindred at Home Hospice invites you to H.O.P.E. (Helping Ourselves Process Grief) bereavement support group. A safe place to share your story, receive support, and gather resources to help you on your grief path to recovery. The third Tuesday of the month, 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Kindred Hospice. Call 770.502.1104 the prior Friday to reserve your spot. 2525 Hwy. 34 East, Newnan, GA 30265
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OCTOBER 16 & … 3RD TUESDAYS Multiple Sclerosis Support Group A Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meets every third Tuesday of the month at the Heritage Clubhouse. Anyone interested in attending can call 770-354-4951. 168 Scenic Hills Dr., Newnan, GA 30265
OCTOBER 17, NOV. 21 & … 3RD WEDNESDAYS Senior Friends Senior Friends meets the third Wednesday at the Newnan Centre from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Lunches will be provided, but reservations must be made each month. A short business meeting and then a guest speaker. For more info and location call Sharon 770.683.4758. 1515 Lower Fayetteville Rd., Newnan
OCTOBER 17, NOV. 21 & … 3RD WEDNESDAYS Alzheimer’s Support Group meets Alzheimer’s Support Group meets the third Wednesday of every month from 2-3 p.m. at Insignia of Newnan (formerly Savannah Court). This meeting is open to the public for the caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients. For more details call Susan Goodson 770.231.7159 • 27 Belt Road, Newnan
OCTOBER 18-21, 25-28 …THURSDAYS-SUNDAYS Young Frankenstein A Mel Brooks Musical Newnan Theatre Company 24 First Ave, Newnan, GA 30263 | (770) 683-6282 https://www.newnantheatre.org __________________________________ OCTOBER 18 … THURSDAY Food Truck Frenzy in PTC 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lake Macintosh Park 3501 TDK Blvd, Peachtree City, GA 30269 __________________________________ OCTOBER 18, NOV. 15 & … 3RD THURSDAY Newnan-Coweta Arts Association Meet The Newnan-Coweta Art Association (NCAA) meets the third Thursday each month (from September through May) at the Harriet Alexander Art Center on Hospital Road at 7 p.m. Visitors and new members are welcome. An art demonstration is presented each month. Hospital Road, Newnan
OCTOBER 18, NOV. 15 & … 3RD THURSDAY New Dementia Caregiver Support Group Piedmont Sixty Plus Services dementia caregiver support group in Coweta County meets monthly and provides emotional support and practical information to family and friends caring for those with memory loss. The group is open to anyone who is a nonprofessional caregiver or family member of a person with dementia. No registration is required and there is no charge for the support groups. The group meets from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month, in the Thomas F. Chapman Family Cancer Wellness Center in the Piedmont Newnan Medical Plaza next to the hospital. For questions or to learn more about sixty plus services, please call 404.605.3867 or visit piedmont.org/sixty-plus. 775 Poplar Road, Suite 340, Newnan
OCTOBER 19 … FRIDAY Dancing Feet at Senoia Library For ages 6 to 11 at 4:30 p.m. Paula from Dance Contempra will bring some rhythm to your feet! You will be amazed at your new dancing skills, as you learn some awesome techniques and moves to the sound of beautiful music. This will be a fun time for everyone! Registration is required. Senoia Branch, 148 Pylant St., Senoia
OCTOBER 19 … FRIDAY Oktoberfest Downtown Newnan from 5 to 9 p.m. The Oktoberfest celebration is designed to bring beer enthusiasts downtown to enjoy a night of tasting craft brews. Over 30+ downtown businesses participants extend their business hours, and their hospitality, to downtown guest to serve as tasting locations for the different varieties of craft beer that is available for sampling. Downtown businesses provide complimentary refreshments, retail sales specials and other treats for all Oktoberfest guest. https://www.mainstreetnewnan.com __________________________________
2018 Event Dates Saturday, October 6 Fall Merchants’ Sidewalk Sale Friday, October 26 Downtown Trick or Treat 3-5 p.m. (or Merchant Discretion)
Friday, November 9 Merchant Open House 5-8 p.m. Saturday, November 24 Small Business Saturday Shop Local Saturday, December 1 Light Up Senoia Sunday, December 9 Candlelight Tour of Homes
New Hope Baptist Church
New Hope Baptist Church
3989 Corinth Road, Newnan, GA 30263 3989 Corinth 30263 Saturday, OctoberRoad, 21st –Newnan 5:00 pm tGA o 8:00 pm
Pumpkin Decorating ☺ Cakewalk Hayride ☺ Obstacle Course Face Painting ☺ Bounce House Games and Prizes ☺ Door Prizes Pumpkin Decorating Cakewalk Hot Dogs Chips Drinks Popcorn Obstacle Course Hayride
Saturday, October 20 – 5-8 p.m.
Please No Scary CostumesHouse Painting Bounce
Games Everyone & Prizesis Welcome Door Prizes Hot Dogs • Chips • Drinks • Popcorn Please, No Scary Costumes.
Everyone is Welcome!
Look for more events in upcoming issues and on our Facebook page. Send info for your events to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Newnan-Coweta Chamber thanks our Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. Steve Barker for their leadership and commitment to Coweta.
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