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a note from the publishers Dear Friends and Readers, This edition marks the 27th year of serving the newcomers and residents of Coweta and Fayette counties by providing an abundance of information about our area that makes our annual publication – a Keeper! We are constantly updating our databases to provide accurate information about our growing community. We’ve updated our maps and lists which puts information at your fingertips. Our QR Codes will continue to bring our readers an “enhanced reading experience”: QR Codes will remain an important element of our Guide. Our ground-breaking use of QR Codes means that we are helping our community learn how to effectively use their Smartphones to access more information about our articles, and our advertisers. Statistics tell us that the use of the Smartphone is the “fastest adaptation of a technology in the history of mankind”. The Peachtree City App – our sister company QR Values LLC has developed the Peachtree City App, allowing our users to use their Smartphone to connect to over 20,000 pieces of local information covering over 2,000 Events and businesses in 10 Categories. Download “the Peachtree City App” it’s free! In this issue, you will read about the impact of the film industry on our counties. As film production continues to grow this impact will be felt by all of us – from small restaurants to big hotels. New visitors, and new businesses are coming quickly! This is an exciting time to be publishing a guide for our area! We expect to keep finding ways to serve not only the newcomers, but to keep our residents informed. We would like to thank our Advertisers for making this possible – please shop in our local community, and support our advertisers. This year we assembled a great team to produce this impressive publication – a HUGE thanks to our staff!

Publishers: Charlie Nelson, Anna Nelson

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Contributing Photographers: Weddings Photo Reflect, Yury Kusharsky; Jeremy Harwell Photography; Dan Nelson; Marlene Koslowsky; Linda Edmonds, Precious Memories Photography; Scott Ash; Art Casado; Robert Clough

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By scanning the QR code with your smartphone, you’ll quickly get to the source of more information

How QR Codes are used in this issue of The CowetaFayette Guide, 2014! In the Dining section of this issue, the City Café and Bakery has a QR Code placed within their ad. When scanned, the code will take you directly to a video with owners Doreen and Yorg Schatte introducing a tour of their facility. Experience the sights and the sounds!

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Front Cover Children’s photo by: Jeremy Harwell Photography Dock at Lake Peachtree Photo by Dan Nelson Above photos: Minter Farm and Tulip photo by: Marlene Koslowsky Pottery: “Let’s Get Together” by Andrea Faye. Photo courtesy of the Art Studio Tour

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69 Dining Delectible Cuisine for any Style

Industry Brings a Wealth of New Growth

Arts & Leisure Entertainment, Arts and Recreation

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Worship Plentiful Fellowship and Worship Opportunities for All

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57 Real Estate & Home Gracious Living

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63 Shopping & Décor Counties are Top Notch!

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Film & Television Industry brings a wealth of new growth to the community. What is all the buzz? • Pinewood Studios • Raleigh Studios • FilmFayette • The Walking Dead • Drop Dead Diva


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oweta and Fayette counties have always been home to high-caliber talent and entertainment. Premier amphitheaters draw internationally acclaimed acts and local venues feature the incredible talents of our own highly skilled dancers, singers and actors. Recently, there’s been a new entertainment energy moving into the area, and the Guide to Coweta & Fayette County has been updating residents and visitors about it over the past five years. These exciting changes have not only enhanced our cultural and artistic scenery, they also continue to impact the landscapes of the local business, real estate and education communities. Just about everyone knows that Senoia and Coweta County is home to survivors of a zombie apocalypse, and, of course, zombies. It’s all part of the town of Senoia’s alternate identity of Woodbury, home to AMC’s “The Walking Dead” series. The horror drama has been airing since 2010, and was just renewed for a fifth season. “The Walking Dead” is more than just popular—it’s the most watched drama in basic cable history and the number one show among the adult age group 18-49. The mid-season premiere on February 9, 2014 out-performed the Sochi Winter Olympics among 18-49 year olds. The Talking Dead aftershow, hosted by Chris Hardwick, aired right after the Walking Dead premiere and drew a record 5.9 million total viewers. For many of the millions of Walking Dead fans, a visit to Senoia is a must. People come from all across the country and all around the world to walk on the streets of Woodbury. Visitors can find Walking Dead memorabilia throughout Senoia, and official merchandise at the Woodbury Shoppe on Main Street. They can even book a zombie tour. In fact, there are two zombie tours offered 10

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by Atlanta Movie Tours that guide visitors to sets of “The Walking Dead” and the zombie comedy “Zombieland,” as well as other film sites. “The Walking Dead” isn’t the only TV show shot locally. The Lifetime hit “Drop Dead Diva,” starring Brooke Elliott, Margaret Cho and Jackson Hurst, films in Peachtree City. The show centers around a thin, selfcentered model who dies prematurely. Her soul returns to Earth in the body of a plus-size, loving and hard-working lawyer. It debuted in 2009 and Season 6 is set to premiere this March. Two studio complexes bring film crews to the area. Raleigh Studios—Atlanta, formerly known as Riverwood Studios, has four sound stages and offers a full range of production services. Its location in Senoia also gives it easy access to the town’s Main Street, which welcomes filmmakers, as well as the Gin Property, a community of residences built to be used as a back lot for the studio. Pinewood Atlanta Studio’s recent move into Fayette County adds five cutting-edge sound stages, in addition to the many support businesses that are springing up. All of this continues to make the area more and more attractive to the entertainment industry.

CAMERA READY COMMUNITIES OF GEORGIA

What’s drawing all this activity into Coweta and Fayette counties? Well, first and foremost, you can thank the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD). Their incentive program targeting the entertainment industry—film, TV, music, gaming, and digital media—includes a 30% tax credit that makes

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Photo Above Courtesy of Gene Page / AMC. Characters/Actors: Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs). The Walking Dead, Season 4. Senoia, Coweta County.

Photo Courtesy of Gene Page / AMC. Characters/Actors: CoExecutive Producer/SFX Makeup Supervisor Greg Nicotero and Andrea (Laurie Holden). The Walking Dead, Season 3, main street Senoia, Coweta County.

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the state very appealing. The mild climate, variety of landscapes, and friendly business community also help. Georgia’s Camera Ready Communities program smooths the way for TV and film production companies by connecting them with skilled county liaisons who provide local expertise and support. Coweta County was one of the original 16 Georgia counties to achieve the Camera Ready designation and Fayette County was not far behind “As Coweta County’s Camera Ready liaison, I’m the point of contact for production companies interested in filming in the county,” says Tray Baggarly, director of Event Services for Coweta County. “I help with general information, finding

locations, permitting, pointing them in the right direction and getting them in touch with the people they need to talk to locally. My job is to make it easy for them and having one point of contact helps do just that.” Fayette County is also a Camera Ready Community. “Our goal is to position Fayette County as the epicenter for film in Georgia and being ‘Camera Ready’ is just a basic step down that path,” says Matt Forshee, President of the Fayette County Development Authority (FCDA). Forshee also serves as Fayette County’s Camera Ready Liaison and has recently created a marketing effort focused on film companies called FilmFayette. “Being ‘Camera Ready’ means your community is ready to assist

when productions come calling. Through FilmFayette, we intend to be proactive in showcasing that Fayette has all the assets necessary, from studios to film businesses and crew to locations and educational opportunities.” The Peachtree City Convention and Visitors Bureau has the Southern Hollywood Film Tour that departs from the Convention and Visitors Bureau that visit sites where the scenes were shot in Peachtree City and Senoia. Even the Atlanta Regional Airport (formerly Falcon Field) rolls out the red carpet for the film makers and the actor’s corporate jets by providing transportation to local hotels, and other venues.

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Joyful Noise Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater

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Photo Courtesy of Gene Page / AMC. Characters/Actors: Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) and Kevin Smith, The Walking Dead, Season 3.

The following shows and movies were filmed, at least in part, in the Coweta and Fayette County areas. 1991

Fried Green Tomatoes, movie starring Kathy Bates, Mary Stuart Masterson and Jessica Tandy

Freejack, movie starring Emilio Estevez, Mick Jagger and Rene Russo Pet Sematary II, movie starring Edward Furlong and Anthony Edwards

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The War, movie starring Elijah Wood, Kevin Kostner and Mare Winningham

I’ll Fly Away, NBC-TV series starring Sam Waterson and Regina Taylor

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Consenting Adults, movie starring Kevin Kline, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Kevin Spacey

1995

Fluke, movie starring Samuel L. Jackson, Matthew Modine and Nancy Travis

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Mama Flora’s Family, movie starring Cicely Tyson, Erika

Alexander and Blair Underwood

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The Greenskeeper, movie staring John Rocker and Allelon Ruggiero Sweet Home Alabama, movie starring Reese Witherspoon, Josh Lucas and Patrick Dempsey

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Broken Bridges, movie starring Toby Keith, Kelly Preston and Burt Reynolds

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Bait Car, truTV crime reality series Footloose, movie starring Julianne Hough and Dennis Quaid

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting, movie starring Cameron Diaz and Matthew Morrison

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October Road, ABC-TV series starring Bryan Greenberg and Laura Prepon

2009

Joyful Noise, Monumental Mysteries, Travel movie starring Queen Channel TV series Latifah and Dolly Parton Solace, movie starring Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell Lawless, movie starring Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy and Jason Clarke

Get Low, movie starring Robert Duvall, Sissy Spacek and Bill Murray Mo’Nique, BET-TV talk show starring Mo’Nique Killers, movie starring Katherine Single Ladies, VH-1 TV series Heigl, Ashton starring Denise Vasi, LisaRaye Kutcher and Tom McCoy-Misick and Charity Shea Sellers Teen Wolf, MTV series starring Tyler Posey and Crystal Reed Zombieland, movie starring Woody The Collection, movie starring Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Josh Stewart and Emma Fitzpatrick Emma Stone

2010

The Wronged Man, TV movie starring Julia Ormond and Mahershala Ali

The Odd Life of Timothy Green, movie starring Jennifer Garner, Joel Edgerton and CJ Adams

Stand Your Ground, movie starring Francine Locke and Drew Matthews The Hunger Games–Mockingjay, movie starring Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson The Watsons Go To Birmingham, Hallmark TV movie starring Bryce Clyde Jenkins, Harrison Knight and Skai Jackson

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Currently, since 2009 Drop Dead Diva, Lifetime-TV series starring Brooke Elliott, Margaret Cho and Jackson Hurst

Currently, since 2010 Vampire Diaries, TV series starring Walking Dead, AMC-TV series starring Daryl Dixon and Rick Grimes Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder

L to R: Filming Joyful Noise at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater; the private drive to where Drop Dead Diva is filmed; Sweet Home Alabama some scenes filmed at Starr’s Mill area Fayette County

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Scan to see Video Performance from the Zac Brown Band!

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nspired by his own experience as a camp counselor, Zac’s vision is to create a state-of-the-art facility that will serve children ages 7-17 with both typical and special needs. It will be a place for children and their families to learn healthy life skills through an advance program involving superior nutrition, physical exercise, and the latest practices in therapy-all administered by a knowledgeable staff. Zac has long recognized the necessity for every child to have access to the best resources to grow and succeed. Camp Southern Ground will have activities to challenge, educate and inspire children with diverse abilities, and from all socioeconomic backgrounds, races and religions.

Among the many traditional camp activities that will foster youth development and create teachable moments for campers, plans are in place to align certain elements of the facility with the latest innovative therapies and technology for those children affected by neurobehavioral disorders. In particular, Asperger syndrome, Tourette syndrome and autism spectrum disorders, as well as learning differences such as ADD/ADHD and dyslexia. The target date for opening Camp Southern Ground, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, is 2016. Everyone is welcome to help get the camp up and running. Visit CampSouthernGround.org to learn more about becoming a supporter.

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Arts & Leisure ENTERTAINMENT, VISUAL ARTS, DANCE, THEATRE, RECREATION

INSIDE: Southern Ground Amphitheater The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater The Legacy Theatre Glass Artist, Lyla Nelson

Photo: blown and sand carved glass FORMER STUDENT OF McINTOSH HIGH SCHOOL FAYETTE COUNTY RECIPIENT OF AWARD OF EXCELLENCE LIFEFORMS EXHIBIT

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n Lower Fayetteville Road in Newnan, the Centre for the Performing & Visual Arts brings a high level of culture from around the world right into our own backyard. Most residents and visitors come to the Centre to enjoy the outstanding plays, dance troupes, and concerts. Upcoming highlights include the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, the national tour production of “Driving Miss Daisy,” and a selection of works by Andy Warhol. What many people may not know is that several internationally known painters and sculptors are represented at the Centre. After a major art show in 2006, world-renowned artist Bruno Zupan donated a watercolor, “Venice: View from Guidecca,” to start the Centre’s collection. Françoise Gilot, a noted French artist, displays her ground-breaking monotype at the Centre as well. Two of Gilot’s rare “floating paintings” hang in the lobby of the Centre—“The Seed,” which she gifted to the Centre, and “Premonition” which was purchased by Centre patrons. While all of the artists whose work graces the Centre are world-class talents, a surprising number of them live in the Coweta and Fayette county area. Anne Berry, nationally acclaimed fine art photographer, focuses on animals “to get people to truly look at them, to hear their inner sound and to consider their value and their place in the world.” The Centre will exhibit her work January 2015. David Boyd Jr specializes in Southern Impressionism, and uses his plein air work as ways to capture feelings. His subjects include cars, trucks and tractors, which incite a strong nostalgia in him. Marc Chatov, who lives in north Atlanta, was born 20

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into a family of artists. He uses his love of color and a strong knowledge of drawing and anatomy to produce compelling portraits. Carol Harless is a nationally recognized sculptor who captures moments of excellence in bronze. Her sculpture “Eight Measures Away,” based on South Korean violinist Chee-Yun, is one of the Centre’s jewels. Georgie Dunn splits her time between teaching fine art at East Coweta High School and producing a range of highly imaginative art for the commercial market. Millie Gosch uses a limited palette of primary colors, and says she expresses her love of nature in her plein air oil paintings. “My favorite subjects are big open fields, sunrises, sunsets, trees, the lowcountry, and the

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southland.” RL Hughey Jr and Deborah McNeil are the sculptors responsible for two large, metal pieces: “Where’s My Hammer,” which incorporates tool shapes into the form of a chair, and an enormous violin that invites visitors

to listen to the music it makes. Martin Pate, Newnan artist and long-time exhibitor at the Centre, is nationally recognized for his historical mural compositions, some of which were commissioned by the National Park Service.

GrünHaus Studio

Elsa Sibley painted children portraits in Atlanta throughout the 80s and 90s. In 2000, she returned to her love of landscape painting, and lately, she’s enjoyed a renewed interest of contemporary art and working in watercolor.

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She exhibits her work in galleries and juried shows in Georgia and has demonstrated her hand-felting techniques on the HGTV show “Crafters Coast to Coast.” Helena’s artwork is published in Candie Cooper’s Felted Jewelry released by Lark Books. Weigel and Marette design and create art and decor for wholesale and retail markets as well as on site sales at the studio. The GrünHaus camps, workshops, and socials encourage creative development and handmade living for preteens, teens and adults. GrünHaus also offers creative art camps for children that include painting, felt making, paper making, natural weaving and mixed media.

wice a year, in spring and fall, everyone is invited to amble along downtown Newnan and enjoy the beautiful scenery, and we’re not just talking about the landscaping and architectural delights. Local artists display their works at various downtown locations, and are on hand to discuss their techniques. Everything from oil painting and photography to jewelry-making and pottery is featured. Of course, visitors are encouraged to purchase whatever treasures they find. The 2014 Spring Art Walk will be held on Friday, March 21, from 5 to 9pm, and the Fall Art Walk on Friday, September 19, 5 to 9pm. Main Street Newnan hosts many other events through the year, including the Market Days, Pickin’ on the Square and Taste of Newnan. Check out their online calendar for details.

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Arts & Leisure FAYETTE COUNTY ARTISTS OPEN THEIR DOORS FOR FIRST ART STUDIO TOUR

Wooden Bowl by Daryl Rickard, woodturner

Stained Glass piece by Cathy Spitz

Welcome to the art studio tour!

n November 2013, ten Fayette County artists invited the public into their studios in Fayetteville, Tyrone and Peachtree City for the first annual Art Studio Tour. The artists demonstrated their talents in a variety of art media that included wood, ceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, acrylics and mixed media. The artists welcomed their guests with food— everything from hot soup and cider to dips and desserts. The self-guided tour ran for the entire day, and only cost $5 for a wristband that gave access to all nine studios. Visitors not only got a rare chance to see what goes on behind the scenes in the studios, they

also were able to purchase some of the artists’ masterpieces, for gifts and for themselves. More than a few people were inspired and signed up for classes and workshops. Andrea Faye Boswell gathered a select group of her artist friends to participate in the first studio tour. This year, the 2014 Art Studio Tour is scheduled as a two-day event— Saturday, Nov 15 from 9am to 5pm, and Sunday, Nov 16 from12noon to 5pm. Boswell reported that, currently, all the art studios from the 2013 tour will be returning. She hopes to attract new artists with mediums such as painting, photography, mosaics, etc. “Every artist had a very positive

experience and was surprised that so many people attended,” Boswell stated. “The artists and attending guests requested that the tour last for two days. We’re happy to oblige.” The 2013 Art Studio Tour featured: •Vikki Weigel & Helena Marette of GrünHaus Studio, acrylics, jewelry and felted wool •Andrea Faye Boswell, pottery •Daryl Rickard, woodturning •Denise Prince, weaving •Hanley Lewis, woodturning •Janet McGregor Dunn, pottery •Kathy Schultz, fiber arts •Cathy Spitz, stained glass •Gail Jensen of Studio GG, fused glass

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City, in “The Voice of Ireland.” Later in the year, a great line-up is planned to celebrate this summer being the 20th anniversary of the Fred’s popular Summer Concert Series. Fayetteville’s Southern Ground Amphitheater brings good times for the whole family by hosting town events and big names acts. This year, those names include Kansas, Jefferson Starship, Temptations, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap and the Charlie Daniels Band. According to Brian Wismer, Director of Community Development at Main Street Fayetteville and Southern Ground Amphitheater, Southern Ground has been receiving a lot of interest from other promoters,

so everyone should watch for some additional concerts outside of the series this year. Top-rated professional actors grace the stage of The Legacy Theatre in Tyrone. The 2014 season includes the popular classics “Music Man” and “Chicago” on the main stage, and “The Adventures of Brer Rabbit” in its Children Series. The Legacy also offers classes and camps for aspiring performers. Newnan Theatre Company (NTC) provides quality live entertainment in downtown Newnan with a full season of highly rated shows, as well an improvisational comedy group (NITWITS), special events and theatre camps for children.

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Also in Newnan, the Centre for Performing & Visual Arts brings in some of the country’s premier dance troupes, theater productions and concerts. Since it’s affiliated with Coweta County schools, students can take advantage of master classes, actually taught by the masters, and also use the stage to present their own performances. And that brings us to the schools. Fayette and Coweta county schools have superb art, music and theater departments; they regularly put on shows that wow the community. Music and dance are all around us here! Tony Byrd and Neal Wauchope are regulars at the Georgia Shrimp Co. in Peachtree City, where smooth jazz is a main feature. Fayette Fiddlers is a group of young violinists who perform around the area. Centre Strings, Masterworks Chorale and Masterworks Youth Chorale all have a home at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts in Newnan. There are many highly rated dance academies throughout the area that feature professionally trained instructors. Ballet, tap, ballroom—whatever beat you want to move to—they’re all here. Some of the local fitness centers also offer classes in a variety of dance moves.

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events at the city’s many recreational facilities. Summer camps for kids fill up fast, and with good reason. There are a lot to choose from, like basketball, swimming and volleyball sports camps and Spanish, Lego, theater and Color Guard creative camps. There’s a new level of cooperation in sports venues in Fayette County. Organized by the Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Peachtree-Fayette Sports Alliance (PFSA) brings together representatives from Peachtree City, Tyrone and unincorporated Fayette County. Their goal is to work together to maximize the use of the county’s sports facilities and attract larger sporting events. In Coweta County, the Recreation Department manages parks, pools, community centers and sports fields throughout the county. The Hunter Complex in Sharpsburg and Temple

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Arts & Leisure Peachtree City’s Lake McIntosh Now OPEN Residents and visitors flock to Lake Peachtree and Lake Kedron in Peachtree City and enjoy the playgrounds, picnic areas and parks with their families. Everyone needs to know that there’s a new hot spot in town! Lake McIntosh, located on the west end of Peachtree City, is open for fun to Fayette County residents. Fishing and limited boating (electric motors, canoes, paddleboats and sailboats only) are just a few things people enjoy about the 650-acre reservoir. There’s also a park, walking trails, and picnic area with a gazebo. The lake is adjacent to Line Creek Nature Area, a 70-acre public preserve that features miles of nature trails. With its rushing stream and granite outcroppings, it’s the perfect place to explore after a relaxing lunch beside the lake. Hikers and dogs on leashes are welcome!

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Line Creek Nature Area, Peachtree City—gazebo, fishing dock, rock amphitheater Morgan Grove—east-central Fayette County near Flint River— nature trails, boardwalk, observation deck Sams Lake Sanctuary, Old Senoia Road, Fayetteville—wildlife habitat

Information & Calendar highlights Arts & Leisure Visit guidecowetafayette.com for complete listings and links. Cultural & Historical Coweta Buggy Shop Museum 74 Main Street, Senoia 770-253-1018 senoia.com Newnan Cultural Arts Committee Charles Wadsworth & Friends Concerts, 770-253-2682 ext 203 ci.newnan.ga.us Male Academy Museum Newnan Coweta Historical Society 30 Temple Avenue W, Newnan 770-251-0207 newnancowetahistoricalsociety. com Fayette Fayette County Historical Society 195 Lee St, Fayetteville 770-461-9270 fayettehistoricalsociety.com Music, Theatre, Film & Arts Coweta Centre for the Performing & Visual Arts of Coweta County 1523 Lower Fayetteville Rd, Newnan 770-254-2787 thecentreonline.net

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August •Labor Day Sidewalk Sale, Newnan September •Coweta County Kiwanis Fair, Newnan •Fall Art Walk, Newnan •Fall Taste of Fayette, Fayetteville •Heritage Farm Heritage Days, Inman •International Festival & Dragon Boat Races, Peachtree City •Powers Festival, Newnan Shakerag Festival, Peachtree City •Tyrone’s Founders Day October •Cemetery Walk, Fayetteville •Chili Fest & Competition, Fayetteville •Great Georgia Air Show, Peachtree City •Fall Taste of Newnan •Munchkin Masquerade, Newnan •Octoberfest Boutique Beer Tasting, Newnan •Pumpkin Festival & Trick or Treat on Main Street, Fayetteville November •Santa on the Square, Newnan December •Hometown Holiday, Peachtree City •Parade, Tree Lighting & Carriage Rides with Santa, Fayetteville

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whole community! The mild climate, protected green space and path system attract active people to the area, and encourage others to become active. Groups have sprung up to help people keep going, stay fit and improve their skills. The Peachtree City Running Club (PTCRC) was started in 1981 and has grown to become the second largest running club in the metro Atlanta area. Members of all ages and from all walks of life meet to support each other as they run along the paths of Peachtree City. The club is involved with the annual Peachtree City Classic 5K/15K and Peachtree City Marathon Relay, monthly Club Grand Prix races, as well as the Peachtree City Rotary Club Elementary Grand Prix Race Series and Summer Track

Series. Intense runners who want to push their endurance levels and hone their skills have been known to cross over to the “dark side”—Darkside Running Club, that is. Since 2002, the Darkside Running Club has been finding new and creative ways to expand the running horizons of its members—ways like the Running Dead Ultra 50/50 in Senoia, the annual Darkside 8-Hour Run in Moreland and the annual Peachtree City 50K and 25K. Darkside Club members include race founders and directors, running club presidents and founders, fast and slow veteran runners and ultramarathoners, as well as novice runners. The members encourage and push one another to their limits, and that keeps the sport fresh and exciting for everyone. Women looking for a free running club designed to support and motivate them find it in Moms RUN This Town (MRTT). The club is open to all women, not just mothers, who have a passion for staying fit and healthy. Local chapters meet throughout Fayette and Coweta counties. Athletes who like to add variety to their challenges are invited to join the triathlons in Peachtree City and Newnan. Racers run on land, swim in lakes and pedal on bicycles for a well-rounded workout and intense

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competition. There are several levels, from a Triathlon (1500 meter swim, 25.4 mile bike ride and 10K run) to a SuperSprint (300 yard swim, 8 mile bike ride and 2 mile run). Fun is an important aspect of many of the races and events. While runners compete, families come together to cheer them on and enjoy the day. Some of the familyfriendly events include the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, the Peachtree City Rotary Club Elementary Grand Prix Race Series, Sunrise on the Square and the Shamrock Run. The Elementary Grand Prix Race

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Series was developed in partnership between PTCRC and the Peachtree City Rotary Club. The series not only addresses childhood obesity by introducing Peachtree City and Fayette County elementary school students and their families to the sport of running, it also raises money for their schools. Since the Elementary Grand Prix races began, in 2005, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been raised by the participants for the schools, but the greatest impact is on the individuals who participate and become life-long runners.

Physicians in the Emory network range from primary to specialty care providers. As part of its commitment to providing patients and families with better, more collaborative care for all of their medical needs, Emory Healthcare has a team of researchers discovering what’s next in medicine. Their physicians and care teams put that research to use to improve the health of the community today. Piedmont Healthcare Piedmont Healthcare has been serving patients in the Atlanta area for over 100 years. As it’s grown, the healthcare system has brought

The Newnan Junior Service League sponsors an annual Shamrock Run, held in Downtown Newnan, to raise funds for a variety of charities with local ties, including the NewnanCoweta Lions Club, American Red Cross and Ronald McDonald House. Not only is there a 10K course for competitive runners, but the entire family is encouraged to participate in the 5K. Little runners take a few laps around the Courthouse in the Leprechaun Dash, and dogs and strollers are welcome. Note: See pages 35 and 36 for Calendar of Running Events. its premier services to people in the Southern Crescent. Piedmont Fayette, a 172-bed community hospital, and Piedmont Newnan, a 136-bed stateof the art hospital, are each centrally located in their counties. Both hospitals have achieved accreditation as a Chest Pain Center from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care, an international notfor-profit organization that focuses on transforming cardiovascular care by assisting facilities to create communities of excellence. In addition to the two hospitals, Piedmont also has 14 Primary Care physician locations throughout Coweta and Fayette—and Piedmont Immediate Care in Fayetteville. “We treat patients who can’t wait until the next day for treatment, but are not necessarily severe enough to be seen in the emergency room,” says Dinganè Baruti, MD, medical director of the Piedmont Immediate Care. Piedmont Immediate Care treats patients with

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In Fayette and Coweta counties, events, competitive and charitable, are scheduled throughout the year. Sign up for one and see how much fun it can be! And don’t forget to tap on your Peachtree City App to keep up with the latest runs, walks and other events in the area! Here’s another opportunity to download it. March 8—Oak Grove Elementary “Run for the Gold” 5K, Peachtree City 15—Shamrock Run 5K/10K, Downtown Newnan 15—Crabapple Elementary “Red Bird Run” 5K, Peachtree City 22—Burch Elementary “Burch Bear Tracks Race” 5K, Tyrone 29—Inman Elementary “Fun Run” 5K, Fayetteville 29—Breast Cancer 1-Day Walk, Drake Field, Peachtree City 29—Just Color Booth Fun Run 2K/4K, Heritage Christian Church, Fayetteville 29—Willis Road Mad Hatter Dash 5K/1 Mile Fun Run, Ashley Park, Newnan 30—Running Dead Ultra 50/50, Senoia April 19—Huddleston Elementary “Huddleston Hustle” 5K, Peachtree City 19—March of Dimes “March to HelpBabies,” Picnic Park, Peachtree City 19—Abby’s Angels Foundation Rainbow Run 5K & Family Fun Day, Coweta Co Fairgrounds, Newnan 26—Our Lady of Victory 5K, Tyrone May 3—12th Annual Darkside 8-Hour Run, Moreland 10—All American 5K, Shakerag Knoll, Peachtree City 10—RACE for the Orphans 5K/Mile/Tot Trot, Coweta Co Fairgrounds, Newnan

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Fitness & Health Lists Continued from page 35 17—March of Dimes “March to Help Babies,” Carl Miller Park, Newnan 17—Peachtree International 10K/5K & SuperSprint Triathlon, Drake Field, Peachtree City 31—Tri the Parks Triathlon, Blalock Lakes, Newnan June Tuesday evenings—PTCRC Summer Track series, Riley Field, Peachtree City 21—Tri the Parks Triathlon, Blalock Lakes, Newnan July Tuesday evenings—PTCRC Summer Track series, Riley Field, Peachtree City

Coweta & Fayette Healthcare Health Departments Coweta County Dept of Health 70 Hospital Rd, Newnan 770-254-7400 coweta.ga.us Fayette County Health Dept 140 Stonewall Ave W, Ste 107, Fayetteville 770-305-5416 fayettecountyga.gov Hospitals Piedmont Fayette Hospital 1255 Hwy 54W, Fayetteville 770-719-7000 piedmont.org Piedmont Newnan Hospital 734 Poplar Rd, Newnan 770-400-1000 piedmont.org Clinics & Primary Care Featured Emory Healthcare— Peachtree City 3000 Shakerag Hill, Peachtree City 770-631-9999 emoryhealthcare.org

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10—7th Annual Peachtree City 25K, Luther Glass Park, Peachtree City

September 1—Rivalry Half Marathon/5K, Starr’s Mill HS, Fayetteville

Running Groups Darkside Running Club darksiderunningclub.com

October 4—Walk to End Alzheimer’s of the Southern Crescent, Peachtree City 18—Peachtree City Classic Men’s 5K, Women’s 5K & Open 15K, Peachtree City (tentative date)

Moms Run This Town Fayetteville, Newnan, Peachtree City & Senoia momsrunthistown.com pam@momsrunthistown.com

November 10—12th Annual Peachtree City 50K, Luther Glass Park, Peachtree City

Race Information Abby’s Angels Foundation facebook.com/ abbysangelsfoundation

Emory Healthcare— Sharpsburg 3345 E GA Hwy 34, Ste 101
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Piedmont Physicians @ Senoia 48 Main Street 3A, Senoia 678-723-0400

Piedmont Immediate Care 101 Yorktown Dr, Ste 110, Fayetteville 678-364-5400 piedmont.org Piedmont Physicians @ Fayette 1267 GA Hwy 54 W, Ste 5200, Fayetteville 770-719-5601 Piedmont Physicians @ Grantville 5440 GA Hwy 29, Grantville 770-583-9922 Piedmont Physicians @ Newnan Professional Center 2401 Newnan Crossing Blvd E #200, Newnan 770-683-6916

Peachtree City Running Club ptcrc.com

Piedmont Physicians @ Shakerag Hill 4000 Shakerag Hill, Peachtree City 770-486-7070 Piedmont Physicians @ Thomas Crossroads (Family Medicine) 2959 Sharpsburg-McCollum Rd, Newnan Family Medicine: 770-683-6914 Internal Medicine: 770-502-2040 Piedmont Physicians @ West Tyrone 815 Weldon Rd, Palmetto 678-593-1900 Piedmont Physicians @ White Oak 1615 GA Hwy 34, Newnan 770-252-6767

Piedmont Physicians @ Peachtree City 1975 GA Hwy 54 W, Ste 150, Peachtree City 770-486-5000

Piedmont Physicians @ Yorktown 101 Yorktown Dr #100, Fayetteville, 770-460-4285

Piedmont Physicians @ Premier Medical 2700 GA Hwy 34 E, Newnan 770-304-0987

Piedmont Physicians @ Yorktown II 101 Yorktown Dr, Ste 200, Fayetteville, 678-364-5300

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Breast Cancer 1-Day Walk bc1daywalk.org

Sunrise on the Square Main Street Newnan 770-253-8283 mainstreetnewnan.com

Just Color Booth Fun Run JC Booth Middle School 404-644-2505 jcboothpto.wix.com

Tri the Parks Race Series Triathlon, Duathlon & Aquabike 678-594-3282, voice mail tribluesky.com/Tri_the_Parks/ Home.html

March of Dimes marchforbabies.org 404-350-9800 RACE for the Orphans racefortheorphans.weebly.com Rivalry Half Marathon rivalryhalf.com

Tri-PTC Triathlon Club facebook.com/ groups/421866034615597/ Walk to End Alzheimer’s 404-728-6059 act.alz.org

Shamrock Run Newnan Junior Service League njslonline.org

Summit Urgent Care The Summit Healthplex 1755 E GA Hwy 34, Newnan 770-502-2121 summiturgentcare365.com

Dental & Vision Peachtree City Eye Center 100 N Peachtree Pkwy, Ste 1, Peachtree City 770-487-8900 ptceyecenter.com

Specialty Cancer Treatment Centers of America
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 600 Parkway North, Newnan 770-400-6000 cancercenter.com

Peachtree Smile Spa Shrenna Clifton, DDS
 115 Genevieve Ct, Fayetteville 770-486-8229 mysmiledesigncenter.com

Calhoun Chiropractic Centre 300 Bullsboro Dr, Ste F, Newnan, GA 770-304-8924

Thomas Crossroads Dental Care 2511 GA Hwy 34 E, Newnan 770-251-6676 thomascrossroadsdentalcenter.com

Georgia Bone & Joint The Summit Healthplex 1755 GA Hwy 34 E, Newnan 770-502-2175 4000 Shakerag Hill, Ste 100, Peachtree City 770-626-5340 georgiaboneandjoint.org

Other Health Services Baby Dimensions 20 Baker Rd, Newnan 770-502-0225 babydimensions.com Vedrus Laboratories 175 Handley Rd, Ste 200, Tyrone 770-681-0779 vedruslabs.wix.com/vedruslabs

Georgia Pain & Spine Care 1665 GA Hwy 34 E, Ste 100,
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The caring, well-trained staff at Ashley Glen Senior Living and Memory Care provides a supportive lifestyle with around-the-clock personal assistance at its beautiful setting in Peachtree City. “We’re committed to serving seniors by nurturing mind, body and spirit, while providing support and peace of mind to their families,” states Elaine Gaillard, Marketing Director at Ashley Glen. “We believe that senior adults are to be honored and treated with the utmost respect and dignity.” At Ashley Glen, there are several lifestyle options to fit each resident’s needs. Active seniors enjoy supported independent living with services that include medication management, transportation, meaningful activities and delicious meals. Residents living with memory loss receive the extra assurance and guidance they need. “We provide as much or as little assistance as each resident needs to feel secure and have meaningful days,” Gaillard says. Residents of Heritage of Peachtree enjoy gracious living in beautiful surroundings. Conveniently located on Hwy 54 in Fayetteville, Heritage of Peachtree provides a full spectrum of senior care services. Whether residents need help with medication management, getting to appointments or their day-to-day activities, friendly caregivers are ready with a smile and a helping hand. The entire staff makes sure that everyone is treated as an individual with unique needs. Heritage of Peachtree has a full roster of social programs that keeps everyone active and engaged; on-call medical care provides security and on-site amenities make life easier. The generously sized living

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suites feature walk-in showers and individually controlled heat and air. Expertly prepared cuisine is made with fresh, seasonal ingredients and served three times a day. There are many other senior living communities throughout the Southern Crescent to fit every need and lifestyle.

Senior Services

Retirement certainly doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do! Coweta and Fayette counties cater to seniors with services designed to help them stay active, healthy and involved. Coweta County has four senior centers, two in Newnan, one in Senoia and another in Sargent. They offer activities like arts and crafts, informative speakers and musical entertainment. For folks who enjoy games, there’s Bridge, Bunco and Bingo, to name a few. And seniors can even take advantage of blood pressure checks at the centers. Twice a year, Coweta County Senior Services holds annual events—a Spring Cookout and Christmas Luncheon—at the Coweta County Fairgrounds & Conference Center on Pine Road. A Meal on Wheels program is also available for homebound seniors. Since 1978, Fayette Senior Services (FSS) has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for older adults. The social services FSS provides are intended to help seniors maintain their independence. Available services include Meals on Wheels, adult day care referral, information & assistance, in-home personal care, homemaker services Continued on page 41 42

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ASSISTED LIVING The supportive lifestyle and nurturing program at Ashley Glen offers our residents the best of both worlds – the independence they want and the around-the-clock personal assistance they need.

MEMORY CARE Seniors living with memory loss need the extra assurance and guidance that we provide through our specialized memory care program called the Rhythm of the DayTM. We promote independence by offering as much or as little assistance as each resident needs to feel secure and have meaningful days. Visit Ashley Glen to see and feel the difference!

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and home repair. These programs are funded in part by federal, state and local government and the United Way. While FSS is not a government agency, its senior center —the Life Enrichment Center—and social services are provided on behalf of Fayette County government. Adults 50 and older are invited to become members and enjoy the fun and friendly atmosphere of its recently built Life Enrichment Center, where they can socialize with friends, lift their spirits and exercise their minds and bodies. The calendar is filled with classes, workshops, group events and other activities. One very special feature at the Life Enrichment Center is The Ultimate Café, which serves delicious, chef-prepared lunches and breakfasts. There’s also a Fitness Center that offers free aerobics as well as other affordable classes, such as Tai Chi and Zumba. Peachtree City has two senior centers located in the McIntosh Trail Recreation Complex—The Gathering Place and McIntosh Place. The City has partnered with FSS to offer a variety of fitness, leisure and recreational activities for active adults 50 and older. Seniors can enjoy favorite pastimes and learn new ones. There are old friends to visit and new friends waiting to be met. Coweta and Fayette counties make it easy for seniors to get connected and enjoy their retirement.

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Senior Living INFORMATION for seniors Assisted Living Directory Arbor Terrace Peachtree City 201 Crosstown Dr, Peachtree City 770-854-1008 at-peachtreecity.com Ashley Glen Senior Living & Memory Care 441 Prime Pt, Peachtree City 770-631-0205 ashleyglen.com Azalea Estates Assisted Living & Retirement Community 105 Autumn Glen Circle, Fayetteville 770-461-0039 azaleaestates.com/georgia Baptist Retirement Communities of Georgia 519 Tom Perkins Rd, Palmetto 770-463-2460 brcga.org Benton House 25 Newnan Lakes Blvd, Newnan 770-253-8444 bentonhouse.com Christian City 7290 Lester Rd, Union City 770-964-3301 christiancity.org Dogwood Forest Assisted Living Community 1294 Hwy 54 West, Fayetteville 770-288-9512 dogwoodforestfayetteville.com Emeritus at Newnan 355 Millard Farmer Industrial Blvd, Newnan 678-341-2336 emeritus.com 44

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Heritage of Peachtree Retirement & Assisted Living 1967 Hwy 54 W, Fayetteville 770-631-3461 seniorlifestyle.com Savannah Court of Newnan 27 Belt Rd, Newnan 770-609-4450 savannahcourtnewnan.com Somerby of Peachtree City 200 Rockaway Rd, Peachtree City 770-487-1900 somerbyofpeachtreecity.com Wesley Woods of Newnan 2280 Hwy 29 N, Newnan 770-683-6833 wesleywoodsnewnan.com Other Services Avalon Health & Rehabilitation 120 Spring St, Newnan 770-253-1475 avalonhealthrehabilitation.org Avalon Hospice 105 Tivoli Garden Road Peachtree City, GA 30269 404-444-4748 avalonhomehospice.com Cambridge House Enrichment Center Adult daytime & day health care service 2687 Hwy 154, Newnan 678-423-8700 cambridgehouseonline.com Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation–Lafayette 110 Brandywine Blvd, Fayetteville 770-461-2928 lafayetterehab.com

Newnan Health & Rehabilitation 244 E Broad St, Newnan 770-253-7160 newnanhealthrehabilitation.org Southland Health & Rehabilitation 151 Wisdom Rd, Peachtree City 770-631-9000 southlandhealthrehabilitation.org Fayette County Senior Services Fayette Senior Services Life Enrichment Center 4 Center Drive, Fayetteville 770-461-0813 fayss.org Membership dues: $25/year resident; $50/year non-resident The Gathering Place (Senior Center) 203 McIntosh Trail, Peachtree City McIntosh Place (Senior Center) 201 McIntosh Trail, Peachtree City 770-631-2553 peachtree-city.org Coweta County Senior Services Contact Patricia Hood, 770-252-6429 coweta.ga.us East Coweta Senior Center 300 Howard Rd, Senoia Panther Creek Senior Center 2285 W Hwy 16, Sargent Welcome Community Senior Center 1792 Welcome Rd, Newnan Tommy Thompson Senior Center/Meals on Wheels 29 Hospital Rd, Newnan 770-683-8600

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CEC’s Broadcast Video Program

Central Education Center (CEC) in Newnan has remained focused on its original and current mission—to ensure a viable 21st century workforce. Among classes and programs that CEC continues to develop is its Broadcast Video program. The program is taught by an Emmy Silver Circle inductee and now produces weekly local cable TV programming for the community in its partnership with NuLink. 46

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The Broadcast Video program produces high school students who are being hired as professionals in the industry. Last year, two CEC Broadcast Video students became the first high school students in the southeast to receive awards from the Emmy organization for community cable TV they had created, developed, produced, edited and aired, while high school students. Recently, CEC was re-affirmed as Georgia’s model Charter College and Career Academy when it was named as Lt. Governor Cagle’s inaugural “College and Career Academy of the Year.” There are now 30 such schools either developing or opened across Georgia, and CEC was the first. CEC is always working to develop even more robust internship and apprenticeship opportunities

for its students, including those in Broadcast Video. Last year, 380 students benefitted from intern and apprentice opportunities provided by 225 employers in the area.

OPPORTUNITIES ALSO ABOUND AT GMC

GMC (Georgia Military College) is one of the forward-looking schools that offers joint enrollment to talented high school students. Rising juniors and seniors who are on track for graduation and meet the requirements can take college courses at GMC while continuing their high school studies. Just 20 minutes from Peachtree City and Newnan, GMC is a two-year liberal arts junior college that gives area residents the opportunity to

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Fayette College & Career Academy

College & Career Academy benefits reach all across the community. Students can get hands on experience for different careers, everything from construction and welding to healthcare and culinary arts—and they graduate with a bright future. Local businesses and industries can find workers right in the area, so they, and the community, become more stable and self-sustaining.

Georgia’s College & Career Academies are unique learning environments that enable Clayton State local communities to focus University’s Digital their educational resources on partnerships with public schools, Film Technician local industry and technical colleges Program and universities. – 12 GRADE SAT, ACT begun & ISEE TEST PREP Clayton StatePRE-KUniversity has The planned Fayette College preparing residents with its Digital & Career Academy is currently Film Technician program. “My vision gaining support, says Peachtree City is for Clayton State University to Councilwoman Kim Learnard. She become the leader in providing – 12 GRADE SAT, ACT & ISEE TEST PREP HOMEWORK HELP SUMMER PROGRAMS says that 29 counties in PRE-K Georgia are training in digital content for the already using the College and Career industry,” says Janet Winkler, Academy model, including Coweta, Executive Director of the Center for Henry and Newton counties. The Continuing Education (CE) at Clayton Central Education Center (CEC) in State University. Continued on page 46 Newnan is a prime example. TH

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She explains that Clayton State began with a few select courses including Voice Over Certificate and Film & TV Audition workshops. Then last fall, the University offered a Film Studies minor, open to any student pursuing a major. Since then, the pace has picked up. “This year, Clayton State formed a partnership with ToonBoom Animation, out of Canada, and Fayette County Schools to develop a program that will create a new career pathway in animation—a program that will become the state model,” Winkler says. Bento Box, a leading producer of primetime animation, including Bob’s Burgers (seen on FOX), uses ToonBoom software for their projects and has also become a business partner for this pilot program. The big news is that Clayton State University now offers a two-part CE (as opposed to academic program) Digital Film Technician program that introduces students to the production of digital media and film. Digital Film Tech Training I is designed for students with no background in digital media, as well as those students with some experience or coursework in the field. Digital Film Tech II is a follow-up course. Winkler reports that the spring classes are already at max capacity…over 80 students have enrolled. But, no fear, the next series of classes will begin in June. How all this came to be is a serendipitous chain of events. Winkler had just completed a two-year appointment on a commission formed by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) to address developing a trained workforce for the film and entertainment industry coming into Georgia. About that time, Bob Vazquez, president of the film union, IATSE Local 479 (International

Photo courtesy of Clayton State University L to R: Loren Nash (Rivers High School student and intern in Digital Film Tech Program), Michelle Nash (Loren’s mother and a student in the Digital Film Tech Program); Akil Dupont (independent filmmaker and instructor of second-level Digital Film Technician and video editing courses) and Chamroeun Tep (CSU intern and student).

Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees) and ProMaker Development met with Dr. Thomas Hynes, President of Clayton State University, to discuss creating a training program for below the line craft jobs, specifically technical crew positions, and to consider developing a film degree. During the discussion, they shared a copy of the curriculum from New Mexico. Dr. Hynes reached out to his colleague, the president of Central New Mexico Community College, who allowed Winkler to contact her At Bailey Station faculty. Winkler began communicating with Barton Bond, 106 Bailey Station Circle Sharpsburg, GA 30277 who, in 2003, developed and taught the first, and the 770-304-8857 only, film technician training program in the country. Afterschool Services for: Experienced childcare • Thomas Crossroads Elem. professionals committed to providing “It’s a direct result of my serving on the ARC quality care to the • Willis Road Elementary children in our community. • Canongate Elementary Workforce Solutions Board that • Trinity Christian C a r i n g , Te a c h i n g , R e a c h i n g gave me the background and At Bailey Station 243 Summerlin Blvd. network of professionals to develop Sharpsburg, GAGA 30277 Experienced childcare Newnan, 30265 770-304-8857 At Bailey Station 770-253-8104 programs to put Georgians to work professionals committed to 106 Bailey Station Circle providing quality care to the in this exciting industry,” she adds. Afterschool Services for: Sharpsburg, GA 30277 Newnan Crossing Elem. children in our community. Caring, Teaching, Reaching •• Welch “As Georgia develops its digital Elementary 770-304-8857 • White Oak Elementary children age 6 weeks - 12 years economy, Clayton State University • Poplar Road Elementary 243 Summerlin Blvd. Newnan, GA 30265 Afterschool Services for: will continue to take the lead in Experienced At Bailey Station At Newnanchildcare Crossing 770-253-8104 www.stonebridge-elc.com Crossroads Elem. Circle professionals committed to • Thomas 106 Bailey Station 243 Summerlin Blvd. providing skills training for new Elementary providing qualityGA care30265 to the • Willis Road Sharpsburg, GA 30277 Newnan, careers in this exciting industry!” children770-253-8104 in our community. • Canongate Elementary 770-304-8857 106 Bailey Station Circle

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success in NUMBERS The Fayette County Public School System placed in the top 3% of school systems in the state with a 2013 SAT composite score of 1554. Fayette County is ranked fourth in metro-Atlanta and tied for fifth statewide. All five of Fayette County’s public high schools made Georgia’s 2014 list of AP (Advanced Placement) Honor Schools, and many earned recognition in multiple categories based on AP exam results. Coweta County Schools also placed well above the national average in 2013 SAT composite scores with 1476. In addition, 47 Coweta students, all talented and top-performing high school sophomores and juniors, were recognized as nominees for the 2014 Governor’s Honors program.

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Education Directory Coweta County Public Schools 770-254-2800 237 Jackson St, Newnan 30263 cowetaschools.org to access school system and individual school sites Elementary Schools Arbor Springs Elementary 770-463-5903 4840 Hwy 29 N, Newnan 30265 Arnco-Sargent Elementary 770-254-2830 2449 W Hwy 16, Newnan 30263 Atkinson Elementary 770-254-2835 14 Nimmons St, Newnan 30263 Brooks Elementary School 770-683-0013 35 Genesee Pt, Newnan 30265 Canongate Elementary 770-463-8010 200 Pete Rd, Sharpsburg 30277 Eastside Elementary 770-599-6621 1225 Eastside School Rd, Senoia 30276 Elm Street Elementary 770-254-2865 46 Elm St, Newnan 30263 Glanton Elementary 770-583-2873 5725 Hwy 29, Grantville 30220 Jefferson Parkway Elementary 770-254-2771 154 Millard Farmer Ind Blvd, Newnan 30263 Moreland Elementary 770-254-2875 145 Railroad St, Moreland 30259 Newnan Crossing Elementary 770-254-2872 1267 Lower Fayetteville Rd, Newnan 30265 Northside Elementary 770-254-2890 720 Country Club Rd, Newnan 30263 Poplar Road Elementary 770-254-2740 2925 Poplar Rd, Sharpsburg 30277 Ruth Hill Elementary 770-254-2895 57 Sunset Ln, Newnan 30263

Evans Middle 770-254-2780 41 Evans Dr, Newnan 30263

Peachtree City Elementary 770-631-3250 201 Wisdom Rd, Peachtree City 30269

Lee Middle 770-251-1547 370 Willis Rd, Sharpsburg 30277

Peeples Elementary 770-486-2734 153 Panther Path, Fayetteville 30215

Madras Middle 770-254-2744 240 Edgeworth Rd, Newnan 30263

Robert J Burch Elementary 770-969-2820 330 Jenkins Rd, Tyrone 30290

Smokey Road Middle 770-254-2840 965 Smokey Rd, Newnan 30263

Sara Harp Minter Elementary 770-716-3910 1650 Hwy 85 S, Fayetteville 30215

High Schools East Coweta High 770-254-2850 400 Hwy 154, Sharpsburg 30277

Spring Hill Elementary 770-460-3432 100 Bradford Square, Fayetteville 30214

Newnan High 770-254-2880 190 Lagrange St, Newnan 30263

Middle Schools Bennett’s Mill Middle 770-716-3982 210 Lester Rd, Fayetteville 30215

Northgate High 770-463-5585 3220 Fischer Rd, Newnan 30265 Central Educational Center (CEC) 678-423-2000 160 Martin Luther King, Jr Dr, Newnan 30263 Alternative Maggie Brown Alternative Middle 770-304-5930 32 Clark St, Newnan 30263 Westside Elementary/Burrell 770-254-2878 106 Westside School Rd, Newnan 30263 Winston Dowdell Academy Alternative High 770-254-2870 1 Dowdell St, Newnan 30263 Fayette County Schools 210 Stonewall Ave W, Fayetteville 30214, 770-460-3535 fcboe.org to access school system and individual school sites Elementary Schools Braelinn Elementary 770-631-5410 975 Robinson Rd, Peachtree City 30269 Cleveland Elementary 770-716-3905 190 Lester Rd, Fayetteville 30215

Thomas Crossroads Elementary 770-254-2751 3530 E Hwy 34, Sharpsburg 30277

Crabapple Lane Elementary 770-487-5425 450 Crabapple Lane, Peachtree City 30269

Welch Elementary 770-254-2597 240 Mary Freeman Rd, Newnan 30265

Fayetteville Elementary 770-460-3560 490 Hood Ave, Fayetteville 30214

Western Elementary 770-254-2790 1730 Welcome Rd, Newnan 30264

Huddleston Elementary 770-631-3255 200 McIntosh Trail, Peachtree City 30269

White Oak Elementary 770-254-2860 770 Lora Smith Rd, Newnan 30265 Willis Road Elementary 770-304-7995 430 Willis Rd, Sharpsburg 30277 Middle Schools Arnall Middle 770-254-2765 700 Lora Smith Rd, Newnan 30265 East Coweta Middle 770-599-6607 6291 E Hwy 16, Senoia 30276

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Counterpane Montessori (ages 3-18 yrs) 770-461-2304 839 Hwy 314, Fayetteville 30214

Orchard Hills Academy (PK-5) 678-854-9188 171 Gordon Rd, Newnan 30263 Our Lady of Mercy (9-12) 770-461-2202 861 Hwy 279, Fayetteville 30214

Coweta Charter Academy (PK-12) 770-599-0279 6675 Hwy 16, Senoia 30276 Crestwood Christian Academy (K-12) 770-487-4852 734 Senoia Rd, Tyrone 30290 Crossroads Christian School (K-8) 770-487-0677 305 Arrowood Rd, Tyrone 30290

Discovery Point Summergrove (PK) 770-252-2166 11 Market Square Rd, Newnan 30265 Discovery Point Thomas Crossroads (6 wks-PK) 770-254-1880 3052 Sharpsburg-McCollum Rd, Newnan 30265 Fayette Christian (PK-12) 770-461-3538 152 Longview Rd, Fayetteville 30214 Fayette Montessori (ages 20 mos-12 yrs), 770-460-6790 190 Weatherly Dr, Fayetteville 30214

Whitewater Middle 770-460-3450 1533 Hwy 85 S, Fayetteville 30215

First United Methodist Church (PK-K) 770-253-1237 33 Greenville St, Newnan 30263

High Schools Fayette County High 770-460-3540 1 Tiger Trail, Fayetteville 30214

Grace Christian Academy (PK3-12) 770-461-0137 355 McDonough Rd, Fayetteville 30214

McIntosh High 770-631-3232 201 Walt Banks Rd, Peachtree City 30269

Heritage Christian School (K4-12) 770-252-1234 3613 Hwy 34 E, Sharpsburg 30277

Starr’s Mill High, 770-486-2710 193 Panther Path, Fayetteville 30215 Whitewater High 770-460-3935 100 Wildcat Way, Fayetteville 30215 Alternative Alternative Educational Center Middle & High, 770-460-3551 450 Grady Ave, Fayetteville 30214 Exceptional Childrens Srvs/MainStay Program ECS: 770-460-3911 MainStay: 770-460-3918 450 Grady Ave, Fayetteville 30214 Fayette County Open Campus 770-460-3990 205 Lafayette Ave, Fayetteville 30214 Area Private Schools All Stars Academy (6 wks-Pre-K4) 770-252-5252 2493 Hwy 34 E, Newnan 30265 Arlington Christian School (K5-12) 770-964-9871 4500 Ridge Rd, Fairburn 30213 Bedford School (1-9) 770-774-8001 5665 Milam Rd, Fairburn 30213 Carolyn Barron Montessori (18 mthsElem), 770-253-2135 195 Jackson St, Newnan 30263

Pace Christian (K-6) 770-461-8484 PO Box 142068, Fayetteville 30214 Peachtree City Montessori (PK) 770-486-5525 102 Waterford Ct 30269

Discovery Point New Hope (PK) 770-461-7322 305 Hwy 314, Fayetteville 30214

Rising Starr Middle 770-486-2721 183 Panther Path, Fayetteville 30215

Sandy Creek High 770-969-2840 360 Jenkins Rd, Tyrone 30290

Our Lady of Victory (K-8) 770-306-9026 211 Kirkley Rd, Tyrone 30290

Rising Star Montessori (ages 3-12 yrs) 770-461-1595 440 E Lanier Ave, Fayetteville 30214 Shoal Creek Adventist School (K-8) 770-251-1464 4957 Hwy 34 E, Sharpsburg 30277 Spirit of Excellence Christian School (PK-1) 770-253-3822 27 First Ave, Newnan 30263 St Paul Lutheran (PK2-8) 770-486-3545 700 Ardenlee Pkwy, Peachtree City 30269 StoneBridge Early Learning Ctr 243 Summerlin Blvd, Newnan 30265 770-253-8104 StoneBridge Early Learning Ctr 106 Bailey Station Circle Sharpsburg 30277, 770-304-8857 The Campus (1-12) 770-632-1710 300 Tivoli Gardens, Peachtree City 30269 Trinity Christian School (PK-12) 770-251-6770 8817 Hwy 54 W, Sharpsburg 30277

Heritage School, The (PK-12) 770-253-9898 2093 Hwy 29 N, Newnan 30293

Young Explorers 770-719-2700 450 W Lanier Ave, Fayetteville 30214

Joseph Sams School (ages birth-22 yrs), 770-461-5894 280 Brandywine Blvd, Fayetteville 30214 Landmark Christian (K4-12) 770-306-0647 50 SE Broad St, Fairburn 30213

Higher Education Clayton State University 678-466-4000 2000 Clayton State Blvd, Morrow 30260

Landmark Christian (K4-5) 770-306-0647 777 Robinson Rd, Peachtree City 30269

Clayton State University – Fayette 678-466-5000 100 World Dr, Ste 100, Peachtree City 30269

The Lighthouse (5-12), 770-632-7100 116 Peachtree Ct, Fayetteville 30215

Georgia Military College Fairburn Campus 678-379-1414 320 W Broad St, Fairburn 30213

Mills Chapel Christian Academy (PK-7) 770-252-3140 721 Shenandoah Blvd, Newnan 30265 Newnan Academy of Preschool & Child Care (PK), 770-253-6629 210 Jefferson Pkwy, Newnan 30263 Newnan Christian School (1-12) 770-253-7175 1485 Hwy 34 E, Ste 2-B, Newnan 30265 Newnan Presbyterian (PK-K) 770-253-5018 38 Greenville St, Newnan 30263 Odyssey School (K-8) 770-251-6111 14 St John Circle
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Point University 678-593-3100 800 Commerce Dr, Ste 200, Peachtree City 30269 University of West Georgia-Newnan 770-254-7280 7 Solar Circle, Newnan 30265 West Central Tech College Coweta Campus 770-755-7800 200 Campus Drive, Newnan 30263

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and restaurants to real estate. The Gin Property, a neighborhood built in Senoia’s historical district, not only features beautiful homes (and the 2010 and 2011 Southern Living Idea House), it’s also designed for use as a back lot. The Senoia studio and the entire region has been going strong with the immensely popular TV series “The

Walking Dead,” now renewed for its fifth season. Main Street shops and restaurants cater to the many fans of the show that make the pilgrimage to visit the site of Woodbury. Pinewood Atlanta Studios’ move into Fayette County is once again lighting up the stage for business. Studios make their money from drawing in film production companies

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to use their sound stages, and Pinewood Atlanta Studio’s sound stages are world-class. This means opportunity— for jobs, businesses, education, and real estate. Trained professionals are in demand, and that’s bringing jobs for current residents, as well as new residents. Schools are offering programs to train students for the new job market. People moving to Fayette County are clamoring for more housing options. And businesses are poised and ready to support the needs of the studio and the production companies coming in to use it. In a release by Pinewood Shepperton plc, CEO Ivan Dunleavy stated: “The support this project has received from the business community, government and local residents has been overwhelming and we want to return the favor. We believe Pinewood Atlanta Studios will help deliver strong growth not only for our company but for the 54

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local community.” The multi-million dollar film studio complex is already having a big impact on the county’s present and future growth. Just how big? Massive! Consider this— Pinewood’s UK location is served and supported by 300 separate businesses, all critical to film production. This growth opportunity is bringing in bright people ready to take advantage of the opportunities. Businesses are opening and expanding as they help serve Pinewood Atlanta Studios. Over 25 businesses are now located in the Pinewood Production Centre, all specific to the film and video industry. New Life Casting, an internet-based company that recruits extras, has its first brick-andmortar location there. FutureStaff has opened its third office at the Production Centre to assist film vendors with employment needs, both temporary and direct hire.

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inewood Shepperton plc, based in the UK, has been involved with blockbusters like the Harry Potter and James Bond films. The company already has branches located in Canada, Germany, Malaysia and the Dominican Republic, and had been looking to establish a US studio for about 10 years. Pinewood settled on Fayette County and there’s a prosperous ripple running through the entire region. A dynamic group of individuals and organizations was responsible for closing the deal, a group that includes the Fayette County Development Authority (FCDA) and Rivers Rock LLC. An independently managed family trust of the Cathy family, Rivers Rock LLC represents a group of local

investors. The cost of the land and studio construction was fully funded by equity from Rivers Rock LLC and a debt facility from Synovus Bank. The key organizations that ultimately became the master developers for Pinewood are ProMaker Development Group, a consulting firm that specializes in marketing, business development and real estate, and Group VI, a full-service real estate and construction firm based in Peachtree City. It started when Matt Forshee, FCDA President/ CEO, was at a planned lunch with a Pinewood executive Nick Smith discussing a location near Peachtree City’s Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field. When Nick stated emphatically that the studio would never consider building by an airport, Forshee did some quick thinking. He took the Pinewood executives, along with ProMaker executives Len Gough and Rick Halbert, to an expanse of 288 acres in Fayette County near Sandy Creek Road— and that’s when things began to click.

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ank of North Georgia celebrated Synovus’ 125th Anniversary by partnering with Action Ministries to Feed the Hungry. In celebration of Synovus Bank’s 125th anniversary, Bank of North Georgia, a division of Synovus Bank, partnered with Action Ministries in support of the nonprofit’s Feed the Hungry Food Box program. In October and November 2013, customers and supporters visited any of the 41 Bank of North Georgia locations and donated $5 for a food box that would feed a family for up to five days. Their goal was to raise $25,000 to purchase 5,000 boxes of food in partnership with Action Ministries, whose relationship with Publix Super Markets makes it possible to purchase a box containing $30 worth of groceries for only $5. In the end, Bank of North Georgia exceeded their goal and raised more than $28,000 and purchased 5,600 boxes of food, which provided more than 100,000 meals to Georgia families in need! “At Bank of North Georgia, we

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don’t just work in the communities we serve, we strive to be active participants,” said Rob Garcia, President and Chief Executive Officer, of Bank of North Georgia. “We chose Action Ministries because they are a 50-year-old, wellrespected nonprofit with an excellent track record of success,” continued Garcia. “Last year alone, they served nearly 65,000 individuals in need across North Georgia, but the need is much greater. Their service footprint mimics ours perfectly, so it’s a great fit.” Each of the 41 branches, including the branches in Coweta and Fayette counties, were asked to raise enough money to sponsor 125 boxes of food. Some branches went above and beyond and exceeded those goals tremendously, by sponsoring more than 400 boxes. Also, some of the branches partnered with local food pantries and churches in their communities while others had Action Ministries distribute the food boxes to its partners as needed.

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The impromptu change brought in a world-class studio—and earned the Georgia 2013 Deal of the Year Award for Pinewood Atlanta Studios and the FCDA. In October 2013, the FCDA and Pinewood Atlanta were presented with the 2013 Deal of the Year Award in the Large Community Category. The award was bestowed by the Georgia Economic Developers Association (GEDA), and was presented by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal. Accepting the award was Brian Cooper, VP Operations for Pinewood Atlanta Studios, as well as representatives from the FCDA, Fayette County Board of Commissioners, City of Fayetteville and Group VI. Speaking for the FCDA, President/CEO Matt Forshee said, “This is an incredible honor for Fayette County and for the entire team that is responsible for the location and development of Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Fayette County. Thanks to Pinewood for making Fayette County the epicenter for film in Georgia. The way our local governments of Fayette County and the City of Fayetteville have worked to move this project forward in lock step with Pinewood is nothing short of amazing.” Forshee was quick to point out, “This project would not have happened without the leadership of Jim Pace with the Group VI Company and Len Gough and Rick Halbert with ProMaker Development Group. They invested two years of sweat equity to bring the project to fruition.”

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Georgia ranked as one of the top 5 states for film production in the US. In 2010, more than 50 counties in the State of Georgia hosted a film, TV, or commercial production. In 2013, the State of Georgia saw nearly $3.3 billion of direct economic benefits from film production in the state. The LOCI Economic Impact Model shows the direct revenue potential to the Fayette County government of $10.4M over the first five years of operations, and $37.8M in the time from year six to year fourteen. Note that these are actual revenues from various tax and fee collections. The study further shows that in the first five years, a construction and operations investment expenditure of $149M, would result in a community economic impact of $463M. To date, Phase One investments in year one is closer to $50M and the first film has been stated by Pinewood execs to be in the $150M+ budget range.

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custom executive homes to in-town condominiums, spacious singlefamily houses to cozy townhomes. And more is on the way! With the influx of people coming into the area for job and business opportunities with Pinewood Atlanta Studios, available housing is being snapped up, and there’s already a demand for more. Builders are gearing up to meet that demand; new developments are on the drawing boards and in the approval process. Mike Robinson of Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners in Peachtree City has been a top-selling Realtor

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for over 27 years. He reports that the inventory of homes on the market is still low and prices have stabilized. “Activity is definitely picking up,” he adds. During the year of 2013, Keller Williams Realty closed over 4.9 Billion dollars in real estate, making it the #1 real estate organization in Georgia. Robinson and his team at Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners in Peachtree City have over 100 years of combined real estate experience. They believe that success is not just measured by the buying and selling of real estate, but by the extraordinary service they provide to their clients, both buyers and sellers. Their exceptional achievements are a result of their high level of professionalism and the commitment to building lifelong connections with their clients. Kay McInroe of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties reports on the coming uptrend. “Having Pinewood come to Fayette county has been very exciting for the county and the real estate market,” she says. “We’re seeing a number of sales in anticipation of a booming rental market, and also people buying homes because they’ll be working at the studios in various capacities.”

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The Citizen 770-719-1880, thecitizen.com

Newspapers Atlanta Journal-Constitution 1-800-933-9771, ajc.com

Fayette County News 770-461-6317 fayettedailynews.com

Newnan Times Herald 770-253-1576, times-herald.com The Peachtree City App has updated info on events sponsored by local groups. Download the app and check it before you plan your week!

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Other shops in Senoia include the Woodbury Shoppe and a variety of home accessory and antique stores. In Peachtree City, shoppers at The Avenue browse through Coldwater Creek, Books A Million, Williams Sonoma and the Gap. Kedron Village features Target, Petco and Ross. Among the stores at Peachtree City’s WalMart Center are PetSmart, Home Depot and Best Buy. Bargain hunters flock to Braelinn Shopping Center to find great deals at Kmart, Dollar Tree and CardSmart. G Right across G the road,

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quality at our local stores and boutiques, it’s hard not to enjoy shopping! High-end clothing and furniture stores feature all the latest styles. After browsing the stores, you may want a few new sundresses to brighten your wardrobe, but there’s just no room left in your closet. And that oh-so-perfect dining room set is on sale at your favorite upscale furnishings shop…but the one now sitting in your dining room is still in tip-top shape. What you need is a guilt-free way to shop for your home and yourself, a way to buy the latest fashions without being wasteful. That’s easy! In Fayette and Coweta counties, there are plenty of consignment stores and non-profit thrift stores that benefit the community. They can turn your gently used clothing and furnishings into cash, either for you or the community. Be sure to call or check out the sites for details. Each business or organization has specific needs and criteria for what they accept; some have limited hours for donations, while others offer pick-up services.

Consignment ShopPING Bearly Worn Upscale Children’s Resale Boutique 770 Glynn St N, Fayetteville 770-461-0611 bearlywornonline.com

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Pink Hanger Consignment 3339 Hwy 34 E, Sharpsburg 770-683-3164 thepinkhangerconsignment.com Red Door Consignment 859 Senoia Rd, Tyrone 770-487-9100 reddoorconsignments.com

Community-Benefit Thrift Stores

Fayette A Better Way Bargains Thrift Store 320 Dividend Dr, Peachtree City 770-486-8711 abetterwaybargains.com Clothes Less Traveled 459 Georgia 74, Peachtree City 770-486-8517 clotheslesstraveled.org

Buy Local and Eat Well Spring, summer and fall are lush with farm fresh goodness, and you can find it at our local farmers markets. There’s always an air of celebration, with music and friendly visits amid the stalls of delectable fruits, veggies, meats, breads and pastries. Weavers, potters and other skilled craftspeople also offer their wares at the market.

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Goodwill 1415 Hwy 85 N, Fayetteville 770-719-0270, goodwill.org Real Life Stores 400 N Glynn St, Fayetteville, 770-719-0880 992 Senoia Rd, Tyrone, 770-632-3590, reallifecenter.org Second Chance Thrift Shop of Brooks UMC 151 McIntosh Rd, Brooks 678-270-8275 Wellspring Treasures 116 Peachtree East Shopping Center, Peachtree City, 770-632-1788 wellspringliving.org

New Beginnings by Community Welcome House 7 W Washington, Newnan 770-683-8029 communitywelcomehouse.org Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity ReStore 150 Pine Rd, Newnan 770-252-4061, nchfh.org One Roof Ecumenical Alliance Outreach 320-C Temple Avenue, Newnan 770-683-7705 oneroofoutreach.org Salvation Army Thrift Store 670 Jefferson St Ext, Newnan 770-251-1106

Coweta Goodwill 228 Bullsboro Dr, Newnan 770-254-8480, goodwill.org

Upscale Resale Shoppe 31 Market Square, Ste 105, Newnan 770-253-4702 swchristiancare.org

Fayetteville Market Day June-August, third Saturday September & October, fourth Saturday Heritage Park at the Lane Brown Gazebo fayetteville-ga.gov

Peachtree City The Peachtree City Farmers Market Wednesdays & Saturdays, 9am-1pm Aberdeen Shopping Center near Partners Pizza Ptcfarmersmarket.org

Newnan Market Day First Saturday, April-December, 10am-2pm Downtown Newnan mainstreetnewnan.com

Our Community Farmers Market Saturdays, 10am-2pm 2862 Hwy 54, Peachtree City MacDuff Crossing near Flying Biscuit ourcommunityfarmersmarket.com

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Downtown Fayetteville is home to the area’s only authentic German restaurant—City Café & Bakery. Friendly servers help diners choose from the lunch and dinner menus, which feature fresh steak, chicken, seafood and vegetarian options, as well as classic German dishes such as Classic Wiener Schnitzel, Jäger Spatzle and Bratwurst. No one can pass up the sweet temptations of the bakery. It’s always stocked with delicate desserts.

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ITALIAN & PIZZA For good Italian food and pizza, there’s no place like Partners II Pizza at Summergrove in Newnan. The selection of pizza toppings is incredible, and there are also great sandwiches, a full salad bar and an extensive selection of beers. More Partners II Pizza locations are found in Peachtree City, Tyrone and Fayetteville.

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Seafood lovers are especially blessed with Georgia Shrimp Company, in the heart of Peachtree City. Not only do diners relish in fresh seafood, expertly prepared, but they also delight in the extensive drinks menu from Murph’s Bar while listening to the hottest jazz in the Atlanta area. Georgia Shrimp Company’s smiling servers offer helpful suggestions from the wide selection, which includes salads, sandwiches, meats, pastas and vegetarian dishes.

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Brixx Wood Fired Pizza in Peachtree City’s The Avenue brings fine dining cooking to daily meals. Other restaurants that specialize in Italian food, including pizza, include: Italian Oven and Carrabba’s Italian Grill in Peachtree City; Tour de Italy, Pies-On Pizza and Frank’s at the Old Mill in Fayetteville; and Mama Lucia’s, Olive Garden and Fabiano’s Pizza in Newnan. In Senoia, some of the best pizza in the area is at Matt’s Smalltown Pizza. A Catering Division of The Georgia Shrimp Co.

ASIAN FOOD Asian food has a high profile here, with restaurants that specialize in food from China, Japan, Thailand and India. For Chinese food, Peachtree City has the award-winning Chin Chin Chinese Restaurant, as well as favorites China Bistro and Chopsticks Chinese Bistro. Kobe Japanese Steakhouse, Mr. Fuji, Stix & Sushi, and Sushi Yoshi offer tasty Japanese fare. Also in Peachtree City, there’s Thai Spice and Charmed Thai Cuisine, and Star of India serving up classic Punjabi fare. Fayetteville boasts a wide range of Asian cuisine, too, with Royal Chef China Bistro, Kiku Japanese Steakhouse, Thai Jasmine and Khalifa Indian Restaurant. Tyrone diners choose from sushi, steaks, Teriyaki and Hibachi at Nikko Japanese Steakhouse Sushi Bar & Lounge. In Newnan, there’s Dynasty Chinese Restaurant & Bakery and E-KA Japanese Steakhouse, Tokyo Japanese Restaurant and Thai Heaven.

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For fast, fresh Mexican food, made to order, Moe’s Southwest Grill is hard to beat and easy to find in Peachtree City, Newnan and Fayetteville. Crowds can always be found at Peachtree City’s La Hacienda and Azul Tequila Taqueria & Cantina, as well as Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant in Senoia.

Redneck Gourmet says it all; good Southern food is served at both location the Newnan and Senoia locations. Also in Senoia, Katie Lou’s Cafe has the décor and home cooking that takes diners back to Grandma’s kitchen.

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Bakeries, as well as ice cream and frozen yogurt shops, indulge customers with a sweet tooth. TCBY in Peachtree Atlanta Bread Company serves up fresh-baked bread, City has delicious frozen yogurt and an almost limitless sandwiches and soups in Peachtree City and Fayetteville. choice of toppings. Considered to have the country’s Plenty of other sandwich shops are found throughout the best gourmet cupcakes, Gigi’s Cupcakes tempts passersarea, including Firehouse Subs, Jersey Mike’s, Jimmy by in The Avenue in Peachtree City. Bruster’s Ice Cream Johns, Which Wich and Subway. sells the sweet stuff in Peachtree City, Fayetteville and Newnan. Southern Ground Social Club in Senoia is the place to go for great American food and drinks; the country and Coffee lovers can get their caffeine fix at Senoia Coffee & rock music shows are some of the best in the Southeast. Café, Espresso Lane in Newnan and the many Starbucks At Broadway Diner in Fayetteville, the menu is extensive locations throughout Fayette and Coweta counties. and the food is delicious.

SPORTS BARS

Grazing Here in Peachtree City features 100% grass fed beef in its hamburgers. The restaurant has expanded to For good food at a reasonable price, Big Daddy’s Oyster Bar include a butcher shop and whiskey bar, and offers music & Pub in Peachtree City is hard to beat. Peachtree City’s on the weekends and big screen TVs for game days. Mike & C’s is a full-service restaurant, an untraditional sports bar where the whole family is welcome.

SOUTHERN & BARBECUE

Peachtree City’s Due South Southern Cuisine offers up a menu full of Contemporary Southern Cuisine cooked by an award-winning chef. Sprayberry’s Barbecue has two Newnan locations and both of them offer the tastiest barbecue sandwiches in town.

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Worship Listings Fayetteville

Episcopal Episcopal Ch of the Nativity.770-460-6390 Free Methodist Fayette Community Ch........ 770-461-1756

Assemblies of God Cathedral of Praise.............. 770-599-6805 Fayette Assembly of God.... 770-719-0322 Trinity Worship Center......... 770-994-0684

Full Gospel Heritage Harvest of Fayette.770-460-9801

AME Flat Rock AME Church......... 770-461-0283 Flipper Chapel AME............. 770-719-8722

Baptist Antioch Baptist.................... 770-461-8270 Bethel Baptist....................... 678-817-0750 Brooks Baptist...................... 770-719-5007 Community Baptist.............. 770-460-0575 Corinth Baptist..................... 770-461-4456 Edgefield Baptist.................. 770-461-7388 Emmanuel Baptist................ 678-817-0477 Fayette Baptist..................... 770-461-3539 Fayetteville First Baptist...... 770-461-8378 Flat Creek Baptist................. 770-487-4890 Flint Ridge Baptist................ 770-461-8742 Grace Baptist........................ 770-461-5511 Harps Crossing Baptist........ 770-461-5318 Heritage Church .................. 770-719-0662 Kenwood First Baptist......... 770-461-1326 Lisbon Baptist....................... 770-461-1583 McDonough Road Baptist... 770-460-5423 Mount Olive Baptist............. 770-461-6526 National Heights Baptist..... 770-461-1704 New Hope Baptist............... 770-461-4337 North Fayette Baptist.......... 770-461-0377 Pine Grove Baptist............... 770-719-8448 Rising Star Baptist............... 770-460-9600 Rolling Hills Baptist............. 770-719-1493 The Rock Baptist.................. 770-964-4908 Southside Baptist Coll Pk.... 404-669-9062 Whitewater Baptist............. 770-719-7520 Woolsey Baptist................... 770-461-9618 Bible Berachah Bible..................... 770-461-2466 Fayette Bible........................ 770-461-0137 Catholic Catholic Ch of Saint Gabriel.770-461-0492 Charismatic Fayetteville United Pentecostal.770-719-3995 Olivet Baptist Ch of Christ... 770-460-6656 Christian Brooks Christian................... 770-719-8008 Christ’s Ch at Whitewater... 770-461-1487 Community Christian........... 770-460-9745 Fayetteville Christian........... 770-461-8763 Lordship of Christ Christian.770-774-7040 Christian Science First Church of Christ Science & 
Reading Room ................................... 770-461-9306 Church of Christ Church of Christ-Fayette...... 770-461-9174 Fayetteville Ch of Christ...... 770-461-3617 Olivet Baptist Ch of Christ... 770-460-8465 Church of God Cleft of the Rock Ch of God.770-460-0595 Fayetteville Ch of God......... 770-461-6235

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Jehovah’s Witness Fayetteville Congregations.. 770-461-8128 Jewish Synagogues Congregation BNAI ISRAEL.678-817-7162 Latter Day Saints Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints 678-817-5980, 678-817-6203 Lutheran Prince of Peace Lutheran ... 770-461-3403 Methodist Bethany United Methodist.. 770-964-6999 Brooks United Methodist.... 770-719-7593 Ebenezer United Methodist.770-631-0306 First United Methodist......... 770-461-4313 Friendship United Methodist770-461-7360 Inman United Methodist..... 770-461-2123 Merrill Chapel United 
Methodist770-461-2594 New Hope United Methodist.770-461-6050 North Fayette United 
Methodist 770-461-2409 Providence United Methodist.770-719-8800 Non-Denominational Deliverance Tabernacle of Praise770-460-4622 Family of Christ Ministries.. 770-716-6343 Gibraltar Ministries.............. 678-817-5154 Grace Evangelical Church.... 770-487-0791 Integrity Christian Fellowship.770-716-0450 New Beginnings Praise....... 770-461-4612 New Birth Fellowship of Praise770-716-8421 New Jerusalem Fellowship.770-460-0462 Peachtree Christian Fellowship.770-631-2811 Perimeter South Community..770-716-2332 Power of Love Christian Ministries .................................. 770-716-5590 Release Ministry.................. 770-461-5547 Re Gen Fellowship............... 770-461-4151 Sure Foundation Church...... 770-461-5037 Vineyard Christian Fellowship 770-461-9020 Women After Gods 
Own Heart .................................. 770-460-1369 Word of Life.......................... 770-461-3737 Word of Life Family Church.770-716-0034 Presbyterian Covenant Presbyterian PCA.770-460-9450 Fayette Presbyterian............ 770-461-7147 Redemption Fellowship....... 770-460-1220

Baptist Bethlehem Baptist............... 770-583-2085 Bible Baptist......................... 770-253-7175 Central Baptist..................... 770-683-0610 Crossroads Church............... 770-254-0291 East Newnan Baptist........... 770-253-0550 Ebenezer Missionary Baptist 770-253-1197 Elm Baptist........................... 770-253-2322 Emmanuel Baptist................ 770-304-2659 Emmanual Outreach 
Ministries .................................. 770-252-3344 Faith Baptist of Grantville.... 770-927-9673 Faith Baptist of Moreland... 770-251-5346 Fellowship of Faith Christian678-423-4399 First Baptist.......................... 770-253-0797 First Baptist of Grantville..... 770-583-2810 Friendship Baptist................ 770-251-3382 Greater Jehovah Baptist..... 770-583-2521 Greater Mt Calvary Baptist.678-423-9782 Happy Valley Baptist............ 770-251-9911 Haralson Baptist.................. 770-599-1265 Harvest Baptist.................... 770-254-8429 Heatherwood White Oak.... 770-304-0091 Macedonia Baptist.............. 770-253-7222 Mills Chapel Baptist............ 770-253-7967 Moreland Baptist................. 770-253-3535 Morning Star Baptist........... 770-502-8802 Mt Calvary Baptist............... 770-253-6023 Mt Prospect Baptist............. 770-251-9731 Mt Vernon First Baptist....... 770-253-3772 New Lebanon Baptist.......... 770-254-0703 New Park Church................. 770-502-1444 Northside Baptist................. 770-304-0508 Oak Grove Baptist................ 770-251-2163 Oak Lawn Baptist................. 770-502-0436 Old Mount Bethlehem......... 770-251-1980 Orchard Hills Baptist............ 678-854-9180 Providence Baptist
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Non-Denominational Christian City—South......... 770-252-0711 Crosspoint Community........ 770-631-0996 Grace Evangelical................ 770-487-0791 Southside Church................. 678-364-1575

Assemblies of God Trinity Fellowship................. 770-487-5683

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Methodist Senoia United Methodist.... 770-599-3245

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Non-Demoninational His House Community......... 770-719-2365 Legacy Christian Church...... 770-599-3366

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Lutheran Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church .................................. 770-487-8717 St. Paul Lutheran Church & School .................................. 770-487-0339 Word of God Lutheran Church .................................. 770-897-4508

Church of God Turin Ch of God of Christ..... 770-599-0850

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Methodist Cokes Chapel UMC.............. 770-253-6052 Mt Gilead UMC.................... 770-254-8876

Church of God Abundant Life....................... 770-306-2523

Non-Denominational Community Christian........... 770-251-9516 Living Word Ministry........... 770-251-7251

Methodist Hopewell United Methodist 770-306-7537

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Newnan Fire Dept 770-253-1851 Newnan Police Dept 770-254-2355

President Barack Obama Vice Pres Joe Biden 202-456-1111 whitehouse.gov

Comm of Insurance Ralph Hudgens 404-656-2070 Comm of Labor Mark Butler 404-232-7300 Georgia State Patrol Post 24 Coweta & Fayette Counties 517 Turkey Creek Road, Newnan 770-254-7201/7202 dps. georgia.gov

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Coweta County 770-254-2601 coweta.ga.us

Palmetto Police Dept 770-463-9068

US Passports 1-877-487-2778 travel.state.gov

Coweta Animal Control 770-254-3735

Senoia 770-599-3679 senoia.com

Coweta County Convention & Visitors Bureau 770-254-2627

Senoia Police Dept 770-599-3256 Sharpsburg 770-251-4171 townofsharpsburg.com

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Coweta Fire Dept 770-254-3900 Coweta Sheriff 770-253-1502 Newnan-Coweta Airport 115 Airport Rd 770-254-8102 Newnan-Coweta Humane Society 770-253-4694 nchsrescue.org Grantville 770-583-2289 grantvillega.org Grantville Police Dept 770-583-2266 Haralson 770-599-3985 Moreland 770-251-3428 Newnan 770-253-2682 ci.newnan.ga.us

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Turin 770-599-0777 Fayette County 770-305-5400 fayettecountyga.gov Fayette Animal Welfare & Control 770-631-7210 Fayette Fire & Emergency Services 770-305-5414 Fayette Sheriff 770-461-6353 Humane Society of Fayette County 770-487-1073 fayettehumane.org Brooks 770-719-7666 brooksga.com

Fayetteville 770-461-6029 fayetteville-ga.gov

Central Library 85 Literary Lane, Newnan 770-683-2052 cowetapubliclibrary.org

Fayetteville Fire Dept 770-461-4548 Fayetteville Police Dept 770-461-4441

Erskine Caldwell Museum East Camp St, Moreland Carol Chancey,678-492-3161 newnan.com/ec

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We comprise a healthcare team which understands that women have special healthcare needs throughout their lives. Our specialists are trained in the field of women’s medicine which includes obstetrical and gynecological services such as pregnancy care, family planning needs and counseling, annual examinations and minor office surgical procedures. In addition, specialized care is available in areas such as high risk pregnancy and gynecological/urogynecological surgery.

Dr. William T. Cook

Dr. Marlo Carter

Gynecology • Annual Exams • Colposcopies • LEEP Procedures • Essure • Thermachoice • Urodynamic Studies

Obstetrics • Normal and High Risk • Obstetrical Care • 3D/4D Ultrasounds • Normal and High Risk • Biophysical profiles • Twins/Multiples • Pregnancy

Treatment • Menstrual Problems • PMS • Menopausal Problems • Urinary Incontinence • Infertility • Pelvic Pain • Fibroids • Sterilization

770-632-9900 • www.wsfayette.com 1267 Highway 54 West Suite 3200 Fayetteville, GA 30214

Dr. Matthew Ralsten, III

Dr. Charlene Emmanuel


MIKE ROBINSON & ASSOCIATES

Call Us to Find Out What Your Home is Worth

Dedicated to exceeding our clients’ expectations Mike Robinson & Associates believes success is not just measured in the buying and selling of real estate, but in providing extraordinary service to their clients which results in a very positive and enjoyable experience. Their high level of sales achievement is a result of their commitment to their core objective of ensuring the very best in client advocacy. Their goal is to provide an exceptional experience, develop mutually beneficial relationships, and continue fostering trusting lifelong connections. • Keller Williams is the #1 real estate franchise in North America • Most homes sold by any agent south of I-20 in 2012-13 • Over 5,000 homes sold in my career • Unmatched, state-of-the-art marketing program • Free home-staging appointment for Sellers

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eFax: 770.783.6922 • Mike@Mike-Robinson.com

www.Mike-Robinson.com 1200 Commerce Dr • Suite 110 • Peachtree City GA 30269

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