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Check Out the Classifieds on Pages 6 - 7 Thank you for picking up MyConnection. Look for your copy delivered free to your home from The Newnan Times-Herald each Wednesday. You’ll find entertainment and travel news, as well as upcoming events, easy-to-make recipes, and things that matter to you and your family.

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hether cooking on a gas or charcoal grill, at home, at a park or at a tailgate, grilling provides an unmistakable aroma, a sizzling sound and maximum flavor. And research shows that when it comes to grilling, nearly three out of four Americans choose beef as the meat they grill the most often; but nearly 30 percent are still looking for more information on how to harness the power of the grill. For guaranteed, delicious results when grilling beef, try following these three easy steps:

1. Choose Your Cut Some of the best cuts for grilling include naturally tender ribeye,

inside Grilliant Beef Recipes ➤

top loin (aka strip) and ground beef. Flank steak is also an excellent choice after a dip in a tenderizing marinade.

Grecian Top Loin Steaks and Mushroom Kabobs

Tip: Rubs and marinades are easy ways to add flavor and tenderize.

Remove beef from refrigerator and season with herbs and spices, as desired. Tip: Wait to salt until after cooking so you don’t draw out the natural, flavorful juices from the meat.

2. Prepare Your Beef

Prepare grill (gas or charcoal) according to manufacturer’s directions for medium heat.

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3. Grill

Place beef on grates and grill, covered, turning occasionally.

Test doneness with meat thermometer: Cook burgers to 160°F and steaks to 145°F for medium rare or 160°F for medium. Tip: Turn steaks with long handled tongs instead of a fork. Do not press down on steaks or burgers as flavorful juices will be lost. Tip: For detailed grilling time by cut, visit www. BeefItsWhatsForDinner.com and type in “grilling.”

Navigating the Learning Curve of College Visits NewsUSA

realistic number of colleges to visit.

Finding the perfect college is kind of like investigative journalism — you must do loads of research, ask all the right questions and visit the scene to gather first-hand knowledge and experience. College visits should start percolating in the parental and student lobes toward the end of junior year and the start of senior year. Road trips, comprehensive virtual tours, G-chats and online scouring simply cannot replace the experience of seeing real dorm rooms or eating in actual dining halls. As any tooth-and-nails journalist will tell you about a hot story, parents should have a strategy for visiting college campuses and getting the most out of each tour. Prepare to be schooled by Dr. Richard Bavaria, senior vice president of education outreach. Cast a wide net. If your highschooler hasn’t done so already, help them compile a list of potential universities. Ask what aspects of college life — sports, extracurriculars, campus/ enrollment size, dorm life, religious affiliations, academic strengths and offerings — are important to them and use those criteria. Mark choices as dream, target and safety schools based on your child’s academic performance and test scores. The initial list can be pared down to a

Get SAT/ACT prep support. If some of the dream schools seem out of range due to unsatisfactory test scores, get your student SAT help from tutoring experts. The level of competition to get into top schools is more intense than ever. “The number of early admission applications has increased dramatically, with some universities seeing doubledigit jumps. To begin the college process, most students applying to competitive colleges now take the SAT/ ACT more than once,” says Bavaria.

Go while college is in session. Weekends and holidays can be dead zones for college life, which won’t give your student a real glimpse of the campus. Call ahead to schedule tours, and make sure college is in session and students are attending classes so potential applicants see the whole experience.

Ask smart questions. Encourage your kid to question everyone — students, professors, advisors, librarians, coaches and more. Ask the same questions of different students and professors to compare answers. Parents, remember to hit key topics that students might forget, like financial aid and safety. You can usually trust them to inquire about food selection and social activities.

When school lets out for the summer, many parents are left searching for ways to keep children entertained in the ensuing months.

How to Keep Kids Entertained All Summer Long Summer vacation often starts with high expectations. Children are excited about the prospect of fun days outdoors playing with friends, while parents anxiously await relaxing months without the responsibilities of school and extracurricular clubs. But once summer vacation arrives and the first few days have passed, parents often find that the litany of cheers and giggles transform into a chorus of “I’m bored.” Many parents pore over ideas that will keep their children busy throughout the summer. Many activities that come to mind tend to be expensive, so if cutting costs is a priority, parents might need to think outside the box to come up with entertaining ideas that won’t break the bank.

Camp Summer camp is a popular way for kids to spend their summers, but many camps are expensive. Parents looking for alternatives should consider local programs that offer summer activities. Libraries, schools and childcare centers

may have programs that run the length of summer and are considerably less expensive than more formal camps. A YMCA or even a swim club may also put together activities. Parents whose children attend afterschool sporting classes, such as karate or soccer, may find that the organizations offer a camp or summer program.

Day Trips If a parent is off for the summer, then day trips may be a possibility. Schedule a few day trips to different locations that the kids are excited to see. Visit www.times-herald.com and click on 50 Things to Do This Summer for lots of fun ideas. The Newnan Times-Herald also publishes a calender highlighting local events in every Sunday edition. The family can gather around the table and decide which outings would be interesting and then mark them on the calendar.

Kid Swap Chances are many of your neighbors

are also facing the same difficulties as they try to find ways for kids to spend their summer afternoons. Parents can get together and set up a schedule for entertaining the kids. For example, one parent is responsible for the whole lot one day, while the next day another parent takes a turn. This gives parents the opportunity to take a break from parental responsibilities and enjoy some quiet time. And for the children, time spent in a pool, watching movies, playing video games, or riding bikes is often more enjoyable with friends in tow.

Fun Projects Children often want to feel useful, and may enjoy the responsibility of some easy tasks in and around the house — so long as the tasks are fun. Washing the car with a hose and a bucket of sudsy water is a fun way to cool off during the hot summer days and get a chore done. While parents should not

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Piedmont Newnan Hospital officially opens Tuesday at its new campus at 745 Poplar Road. But before that can happen the aging facility on Hospital Road must be officially closed. It’s not a process that happens with the flip of a switch or wave of a magic wand. Moving from the old facility to the new is actually a balancing act that requires keeping both facilities open for more than a week as people, equipment and procedures underPhoto by Jeffrey Leo go a transition that allows no There was activity Friday at the new Poplar Road campus of Piedmont Newnan Hospital, set to offi- room for error. It’s not a process anyone cially open Tuesday. On Friday, outpatient radiology procedures began at the new hospital and the outpatient lab and respiratory center opened. The Poplar Road Command Center, from which the takes lightly. But, so far, the final move will be overseen Tuesday, opened Friday during daytime hours. procedure is going smoothly

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Hea lt hca re. “ We’re proud of the new facility and the expanded services we offer residents of Coweta County and the surroundRelated ing areas. The open- story, page ing of 5A the new Piedmont Newna n Hospita l is pa ramount to our vision of providing comprehensive, quality health care services across the Piedmont Healthcare system.� The final days of joint operation between the two facilities are scheduled down to the minute to make sure that essentia l ser vices offered at Hospital Road remain in place until those services are

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Help Your Lawn Survive the Dog Days of Summer Homeowners who love their lawns often dread the arrival of summer. High temperatures and endless hours of sun can take their toll on a lawn, especially if a drought occurs and water restrictions are put in place. For homeowners who don’t want to sacrifice their lawns to summer heat waves, there are a few watering strategies that can help the lawn withstand the harsh and unrelenting dog days of summer. Water before the temperatures peak. It might seem like your lawn needs watering most when the temperature is at its highest, but that’s not really the case. Water attracts the sun, so homeowners who water their lawns when temperatures peak are likely to burn the lawn. Watering is best done when the temperatures are at their coolest, such as in early morning or during the twilight hours in the evening. Watering during these hours also ensures the water won’t evaporate as quickly, allowing the lawn to retain more water, which it will need to make it through a hot summer day.

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Watering correctly can help homeowners avoid a lawn filled with patches of brown or dead grass during the dog days of summer.

plants, however, will need to be watered more frequently but for much shorter intervals. Homeowners who aren’t sure just how much time to spend watering the plants around their property should consult a local landscaper or gardening center for advice. Don’t forget to mulch. Mulch is beneficial in many ways, one of which is due to its ability to retain moisture. Because mulch can effectively retain moisture even on hot summer days, this can reduce a homeowner’s need to water, which can be especially valuable if a water restriction has been put into effect. Mulch also prevents weed germination and growth, saving homeowners from the annoying task of removing weeds on hot summer afternoons. Carefully place and time sprinklers. Sprinkler placement is important during the summer months, especially for homeowners who live in areas where water restrictions are common. Strategically locate sprinklers

so no water is being wasted on sidewalks and driveways. In addition, if the forecast calls for rain, turn the sprinklers off and let nature do the work for you. Some sprinkler systems even come with a rain sensor that automatically turns the water off when it starts to rain. If less rain falls that the forecasters predicted, you can always water when you arrive home at night. Give problem areas special attention. During the dog days of summer, nearly every lawn will have one or two areas that are suffering more than the rest of the lawn. These areas might be entirely devoid of shade and, as a result, are quicker to succumb to summer heat. Water such areas by hand to ensure they’re getting enough water to help them avoid turning brown or yellow. Getting your lawn through a stretch of summer heat won’t always be easy, but a few strategies can help the lawn withstand even the harshest heat wave.

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Father’s Day Connection

Day Trips for Dad Dads do a lot throughout the year, and Father’s Day is when they get their recognition for all the helping hands they’ve offered in the last year. While it was once commonplace to give Dad a necktie or another minor accessory for Father’s Day, many wives and children have begun to ensure Dad’s gift is a little more meaningful come his special day each June. For those who want to think outside the box, how about you think outside the house as well? A day trip with Dad to a local attraction could be just what the doctor ordered to put a smile on Dad’s face this Father’s Day. The following ideas are just a few of the many day trips that Dad is sure to love this Father’s Day. Take Dad out to the ball game. If Dad is a fan of America’s pastime, take him out to the ball game for a day of fun in the sun watching his favorite team. If there isn’t a local Major League team in the area, look for a minor league game instead. Minor league games are more intimate affairs, and Dad is sure to appreciate and cherish a day at the ballpark. Just don’t let Dad spend a dime all day! Hit the links. For the father who’s an avid golfer, nothing

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Keeping Kids Safe From Swallowing Dangerous Items StatePoint

Curious children will put anything in their mouths. But many household items can be deadly when swallowed. One of the most dangerous hidden hazards for children is powerful magnets. Unlike those typically found on refrigerators, magnets in children’s toys and even in desk toys marketed for adults can be extremely powerful. When swallowed, these magnets can attract one another internally, resulting in serious injuries, such as small holes in the stomach and intestines, intestinal blockage, blood poisoning and even death. “It’s critical to educate children, adolescents, and their parents about keeping small, powerful magnets out of young children’s hands and mouths,” said Robert W. Block, MD, FAAP, 2011-2012 president of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). While the Consumer Product Safety Commission has worked with the toy industry to pass standards to prevent magnets from detaching from toys, parents should always check toys for magnets to ensure that if present, they are secure. Discard any toys that cannot be fixed and never let children under 6 play unsupervised with magnetic toys. Products labeled for users age 14 and up do not have to comply with the toy safety standard, so parents must be especially vigi-

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TO OUR READERS All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. 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 1-800927-9275.

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