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Local trail run takes ‘hostages’ for fun, fitness By MAGGIE BOWERS maggie@newnan.com

Signs featuring a cartoon-like “hosta ge” a re poppi n g up a lon g m ajor highways a nd nea r intersections in Newnan, and are causing quite a stir. The postings are advertisements for a somewhat controversial new fitnessinspired trend, the Hostage Run. “How about a little bit of respect for the Americans, armed forces, media and so forth who have been held captive with their hands bound and a bag over their heads and beheaded or shot,” wrote Facebook commenter Susan Morrell. Other social media commenters are demanding the run be discontinued, out of respect for military personnel and other real-life hostages who have suffered or faced death. “As a military spouse of 21 years, I find it completely and utterly disturbing that anyone would allow this,” commented Newnan resident Renea Lynn Carl via Facebook. “Am I the only one disturbed by this?” Carl is one of many residents who have spotted the signs and voiced complaints as well as inquiries to the local media. The Newnan Times-Herald was able to reach one of the event organizers, Mike Harris of Peachtree City. Harris explained that the upcoming event is set to take place in Hampton on Nov. 26 and, despite the local outrage, the run is “just a fun, challenging run.”

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“I hate to think that anyone would have a negative opinion about the run,” Harris said, noting that the local reactions to advertisements were “a little disheartening.” The event logo and the idea to mentally challenge oneself in this way are being wrongly associated with images shown on the news, on television and in the movies, according to Harris. The run organizer said he had participated in several stimulating, military-

style obstacle courses after injuring his arm. Harris claimed the courses were not only fun, but also both mentally and physically demanding — and he was inspired. “Obstacle courses do not necessarily depend on a person’s physical ability. The fun and the challenge of it can also be mental,” Harris said. “This run can

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T he New n a n T heat re Compa ny, located at 24 First Avenue in Newnan, will offer a new production on the Mainstage beginning Oct. 20. Wednesday Addams, the princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a smart, young man from a respectable family — a “normal” man her parents have yet to meet. Join NTC for the newest theatre production Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. Ticket prices vary. Order tickets online at www.newnantheatre.org.

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FAYETTEVILLE Cemetery Walk Oct. 21 - 22 | 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. | $3 - $5 The 9th Annual Cemetery Spirit Walk will be held on Friday, Oct. 21 and 22 beginning at 6:30 p.m. Visitors can meet real ghost hunters from the Casework: Paranormal Group. Visitors can also enjoy haunting, historic southern music performed by local members of the SCV. Free refreshments of hot cocoa and treats will be provided. The tour will take place at Fayetteville’s Historic City Cemetery. For more information, call Nicole Gilbert at 770-519-5332 or visit online at www.fayetteville-ga.gov/events.

SHARPSBURG Sharpsburg Arts & Crafts Fair Oct. 22 | 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. | $0 Join the local community for a small-town arts and crafts festival and family fun. The Sharpsburg Arts & Crafts Fair will take place Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 22 & 23) at 105 Main Street in Old Town Sharpsburg. Shop with local vendors for handmade crafts and art. Food will be available on site by Montrae’s Smokin’ Grill BBQ , and a variety of other vendors including cotton candy, face painting and games. Craft fair hours are Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, contact Kevin Stanley at kevin r. stanley@gmail.com or call 678-416-8011.

MARIETTA Military Support Center Sale Oct. 22 | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. | $0 The Military Family Support Center, located at 1901 Terrell Mill Road in Marietta, is hosting a Guard & Reserve On-site Sale on Oct. 20 - 22.The sale is available to retired veterans and active duty personnel and their families who have been granted commissary privileges. The sale features grocery goods sold at cost plus five percent. Items such as fresh meat, produce, chilled and frozen items

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PEACHTREE CITY Doggy Dash Oct. 22 | 10:30 a.m. | $15 - $30 Georgia Heartland Humane Society will host a fun-filled 3K walk to help homeless animals on Oct. 22 with registration beginning at 9 a.m and the dash beginning at 10:30 a.m. The event will feature music, food and a costume contest. Contest winners will receive first, second and third place monetary prizes. Admission is $15 to join the walk and $30 for both walk and a dash t-shirt. All proceeds from the dash will go directly to the rescue of abused and abandoned animals within the community. For more information and to pre-register for this event, go to www. georgiaheartlandhumanesociety.org.

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SHARPSBURG Fall Festival at McGuffey Nature Center Oct. 23 | 2 - 4 p.m. | $0 A family event with outdoor educational activities and nature hikes for children and adults will be available at the Fall Festival at MCGuffey Nature Center. The fall festival, hosted by the Coweta County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers, will take place at the Coweta County Fairgrounds, located at 275 Pine Road in Newnan. Admission to this event is free and refreshments and prizes will be available. For more information, contact the Coweta Extension Office at 770-254-2620.

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CHATTAHOOCHEE HILLS The Sleepy Hollow Experience Through Oct. 31 | 8 p.m. | $25 Serenbe Playhouse, located in Chattahoochee Hills, will once again offer The Sleepy Hollow Experience, a Halloween play performed entirely outdoors. The travelling performance does not include seating. For more information and to purchase tickets, contact the Serenbe Playhouse Box Office at 770-463-1110. An American sign languageinterpreted performance will be available on Oct. 22 at 8 p.m.

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The Donald W. Nixon Centre for the Performing and Visual Arts offers the community a unique performance by a quintet of talented brass musicians, The Philadelphia Brass, on Oct. 25 beginning at 7 p.m. The brass performance group will perform music from all periods and styles will an unmatched sense of respect, affection and musical enjoyment from its five musicians. The concert can be enjoyed by guests of all ages. For tickets and more information, contact the Centre at 770-254-2787 or visit online at www.thecentreonline.net.

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Affleck’s “The Accountant” strikes the right balance If loud noises and flashing lights cause him to act out, he needs more loud noises and f lashing lights, Christian Wolff’s father coldly tells a doctor. The doctor has just explained to Christian’s parents that their son has all the signs of autism. But Christian’s father, a stern military man, is convinced that his son can be cured with training and discipline. An origin story of sorts worthy of a superhero comic, “The Accountant” delivers a terrific opening act only to slightly falter in its closing by falling back on standard action movie trappings. Still, this is one of the more entertaining action films I’ve seen this year. For t hose who weren’t

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“The Addams Family: A New Musical” opens Thursday, Oct. 20 at Newnan Theatre Company. Left to right, front, are Christie Lamb as Wednesday Addams, Grant Vickery as Gomez Addams, Rachel Wise as Morticia Addams, and Louisa Grant as GrandMama. Back, Seth Moan as Pugsley Addams, John Caldwell as Lurch and Charles Ferguson as Uncle Fester.

A nyone who g rew up around Atlanta, and more directly, around Ted Turner’s Superstation 17, knows who The Addams Family is. Newnan Theatre Company will be welcoming Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester, and the whole creepy, kooky family to its Mainstage for the H a l lowe en s e a son . “ T he Addams Family: A New Musical” opens Thursday, Oct. 20. Director Andrew Miller said he was excited to head up the production. “I bought a book of Charles Addams’ cartoons when I was 13, and I have been hooked on the quirky humor ever since,” Miller said. “If it weren’t for Charles Addams, people like Gary Larsen and his ‘The Far Side’ would have never happened.” Addams first did his oneframe cartoons featuring a family who was “a little different” from other families for The New Yorker magazine. From there, his following grew to a point that TV pro-

ducer David Levy decided to make a television series from the cartoons. This time out, Wednesday Addams, the ultimate “princess of darkness,” has grown up and fallen madly in love – with a regular, normal, smart young man from a respectable family. In short, he is everything her family finds repulsive. When she decides it is time for her family to meet this wonderful man, the two families try their best to overlook the others’ idiosyncrasies. But some things are more difficult to overlook than others. Christie Lamb and Braydon Lewis play Wednesday and her intended, Lucas Beineke. Gomez and Morticia Addams are played by Grant Vickery and Rachel Wise. Chaz Ferguson portrays the off-kilter Uncle Fester, and Louisa Grant is GrandMama Addams. “Usually, when casting a musical, you get a bit panicky about how voices will blend together onstage,” Miller said.

“But these remarkable people were almost made to be on stage together.” Musical director Tammy Kimbell agreed. “I never expected to enjoy the rehearsal process as much as I have with these folks,” she said. “They are amazing.” “The Addams Family: A New Musical” runs Oct. 20-23 and Oct 27-30. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, and 3 p.m. for Sunday matinees. There will be a Halloween celebration show at a special time – 9 p.m. – on Friday, Oct. 28. The Halloween show will feature trick-or-treat candy and a ticket discount for those who show up in costume. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased at www. newnantheatre.org, or by calling Newnan Theatre Company at 770-683-6282. If you have any questions concerning the show, please contact Tony Daniel at artistic-director@newnantheatre.org or call 770-683-6282.

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This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at this number: 1-800-669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

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