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By ALEX MCRAE alex@newnan.com nce could Most in attenda a d i a gremem ber when was connosis of cancer sentenc e. sidered a death the large But on Saturda y, ed at the crowd gat her Centers Cancer Treatm ent n facilnt of Americ a’s Newna in saying at the Cancer Treatme ity were unanimous event held Saturday facility’s opening them of Hope at the blessingthe 100-day countdown to the that CTCA has broughtsomeinstall the Beam marked ones Saturday’s event Construction workers and their loved ’s Newnan facility. “Hope. Centers of America thing unexpected: repeated on August 15. , who serves as direcThat theme was from Chip Gordon l care at CTCA at a speions during inscript again all with time and tor of pastora held to al Medica l a. “We’re only beam, day still clearly cial blessin g event Centers of Americ can’t wait to groundbreakin g over the main Southea stern Region sum countdown we Gordon said he couldword: mark the 100-day visible, was placed 100 days out and and will Center. in one opening on e to the facility to the facility ’s up the day’s events open.” to a steel entranc s Newna n so that all who l.” Aug. 1 5. CTCA’ Dawson then referred by cur- remain uncovered many cancer compan y’s CTCA facility “Hopefu signed He pointed out the made spehospita l is the enter or leave the beam that was s inscribed and facility and CTCA patients first Southea st survivors present rent and former t he facility ’s may read the message and friends patients mention of their is expected to draw there. or sur vivors at ’ s o p e n i n g cial event last sumA f t e r D a w s o n the program from across the region. groundbreakin g tion of that journe y,” of See CTCA, page 2A “We are on a remarks, the rest Newnan native mer. The installa , president was the highsaid Kane Dawson “Beam of Hope” activities. The was moderated by Southea st and CEO for the light of Saturday’s nt Treatme Region of Cancer

reland toured Coweta on U.S. Rep. Lynn Westmo Coweta headquarters Fayette EMC’s north Friday afternoon. d a meeting with Coweta energy His tour followe directors about federal Fayette staff and He express ed support for a policy concern s. that would not stymie utililevel of regulation provide to ties in their work the region. electric power to facility,” Related “This is a great remark ed story, page Westm oreland 5A during the tour. spokesCoweta -Fayett e t s a i d ot L y wom a n A m invited Westmoreland was near Palmetto arters headqu hensive to visit the EMC for a more compre “to discuss the needregulation.” approach to energy Sinclair, Coweta-Fayette’s come Anthony “Tony” g could not have CEO, said the meetin tory overreach by the “Regula detriat a better time. ion Agency has a to EMCs ’s Environ mental Protect ability of Georgia mental effect on the affordable and reliable elecg continue providin s,” he said. tricity to our member make it nearly could ions more “These regulat new coal-fueled plants, impossible to build operate existing plants and and costly to modify and n of existing plants may lead to the shut-dowSinclair stated. jobs,” a resulting loss of e is a membe r/ow ner of a member Coweta -Fayett Corporation. As of its Oglethorpe Power receives a portion OPC, Coweta-Fayette Scherer and Wansley. plants coal from power

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ove cooking on the grill, but want to do more than basic burgers and the same-old barbecue chicken? Try cooking up some delicious grilled dishes with great tasting, all-natural seasonings — you might be surprised how easy it is to add big flavor, with­out adding salt to your grilling favorites. Bold seasonings and zesty marinades are just some of the ways you can spice up burgers, chicken and vegetables on the grill. The unique herb and spice com­binations transform an ordinary cookout into some­thing to brag about.

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Caribbean Pork Kabobs Serves: 9 Prep Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 10 to 15 minutes 1/2 cup pineapple juice 3 tablespoons Mrs. Dash® Caribbean Citrus Seasoning Blend, divided 1 pound pork tenderloin, cut into small cubes 1 sweet onion, cut into cubes 1 red bell pepper, cut into cubes 1/2 fresh pineapple, peeled, cut into cubes Mix pineapple juice and 2 tablespoons seasoning blend in a small bowl. Pour 3/8 cup (6 tablespoons) of the pineapple juice mix­ture over the pork in a separate bowl and the remaining over the vegetables. Stir to coat evenly. Cover and refrigerate for about 1 hour. Thread pork pieces onto 9 skewers, alternating with onion, pepper and pineapple cubes. Sprinkle on remaining 1 tablespoon seasoning blend. Grill or broil for 10 to 15 minutes or until pork is thoroughly cooked. ­­

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The Best Alternative Therapies for Weight Loss 
 If you struggle to lose weight the traditional way through diet and exercise, there are endless alternatives on the market. We look at some of the most effective. Acupuncture The ancient Chinese art of acupuncture has proven success in aiding weight loss.  A session will see the acupuncturist diagnose your problem picking up on those issues which may be related to weight gain - sluggish digestion perhaps — and then treat through the insertion of needles in to relative points on the body. Acupuncture treats the body as a whole and you may often find that underlying issues — illnesses, aches and pains or indeed emotional problems — are also resolved at the same time.  Reflexology Reflexologists believe that every part of the body is reflected in a point on the feet (or indeed the hands which are less widely practiced upon but can equally produce good results).  With this in mind, those seeking to lose weight can be assisted by the stimulation of the endocrine gland through reflexology — this gland produces hormones which can in turn suppress the appetite.  The treatment is ideal for overeaters and, with a little

practice, can be done at home on yourself or by your partner.

5 Tips for Last-minute Entertaining

Reiki Reiki is often sneered at by those for whom alternative and complementary therapies are a mystery. However, this hands-off, emotional healing system is invaluable to those who have had success with it and brings with it, for many, an overwhelming sense of wellbeing and peace. Practitioners believe that emotional and physical well-being are connected and thus problems within the mind can be reflected in the body, making this the perfect choice for those who comfort eat.  Hypnotherapy Likewise, for those for whom emotional eating is a problem, hypnotherapy can be beneficial.  If you are one of the millions who find themselves reaching for a chocolate bar when the going gets tough, hypnotherapy can, over the course of several sessions, help you to change your relationship with food and provide a long term solution to weight gain.  Although expensive in the short term, the initial outlay could save you thousands in

➤ SEe ALTERNATIVE, PAGE 5 Holding an event without the benefit of advance planning or preparation can be nightmarish for hosts. Though some hosts may not flinch at such a daunting task, others may fret at the idea of opening up their homes at the last minute. But hosts faced with the task of throwing a last-minute affair can take the following five tips to heart to ensure their party goes off without a hitch. 1. Clean only what’s seen. If you’ve prepped for a party in the past, you may have spent several hours cleaning thoroughly in anticipation of your guests. But when time is of the essence, you may not be able to devote the same amount of time to cleaning. Take inventory of the rooms and spaces where the event will be held. Do a cursory cleaning, paying special attention to removing clutter (or simply hiding it). At the least, bathrooms should be clean and sanitary. In the living room, turn over couch cushions so that the rarely used side is showing. This can minimize the appearance of stains or pet hair. Open curtains widely to let in more light or keep drapes drawn if your windows need washing. Bedrooms can remain closed or locked to conceal messy rooms. However, kitchens will need to be cleaned. Empty the dishwasher so that you can simply place soiled cups, dishes and silverware inside as they are used. 2. Banish odors. A foul-smelling home is not inviting. There are many

different contributors to odors in the home, most notably pets and cooking. Try not to make anything especially odoriferous, like fish or fried foods, before guests arrive. Thoroughly air out the home by opening the windows for a few hours and keep pets (weather-permitting) outside. Consider the use of a pet cologne or nicely scented detangling spray to improve that wet dog aroma. Some air fresheners combine with odors throughout the home and make things worse. Look for products that clean the air or use scented candles, a pot of boiling herbs or essential oils to freshen up. 3. Choose convenience foods. Most at-home entertainers would prefer to mingle with their guests instead of spending the day in the kitchen cooking and serving. Having foods pre-made will negate the need to turn on the oven and add extra warmth to the home. Consider having the party catered. Otherwise, purchase easy, ready-made items, such as cold cuts and rolls, salads, fruit, quiche, and any other foods that require minimal heating and prep. When the weather is warm, fire up the barbecue and do your cooking outdoors. Hosts pressed for time can also throw a pot luck dinner, wherein guests bring one dish with them, reducing the host’s workload.

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2012 Kiwanis Coweta County Fair

Coweta County Fairgrounds September 20-29 Fair hours: Monday-Thursday 5:00-11:00 p.m.; Fridays 5:00 p.m. -12:00 Midnight; Saturdays 12:00 Noon -12:00 Midnight; Sunday, Sept. 23, 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall and Ag Building close 10:00 p.m. nightly. Petting zoo closes 9:00 p.m. nightly. Gate admission $5, midway ride armbands $25. Info: 770-254-2620 www.cowetacountyfair.org

FALL art walk

Historic Downtown Newnan September 21 5:00-8:00 p.m. Join the merchants of Main Street for a fall evening of art and excitement. Stroll the streets and enjoy a walking gallery show. Visit each downtown store to view the works of different professional artists. Info: 770-253-8283 www.mainstreetnewnan.com

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Perpetual Community Resource Center September 22 4:00-6:00 p.m. Perpetual Community Resource Center, 12 Savannah Street, is serving free dinners to the community. Service will continue until all the food is gone. Info: 678-423-8800 www.perpetualcrc.webs.com

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COWETA AND SURROUNDING AREA

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Beef Eye of Round Steak

4

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Carne diezmillo molida fresca de paquete de cualquier tamaño

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4 MyConnection | Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Senior Living Connection

Men Now Retiring Later than Before The average retirement age for men has risen from 62 in the mid-1990s to 64 near the end of the first decade of the 21st century. The reasons for this change are likely not because men are reluctant to leave office life behind, but because of a

ently than they were in the past, so men have a greater incentive to work longer. But finances aren’t the only reason men work longer. Many men now have jobs that are not physically taxing, enabling them to work longer as a result.

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Recipe Connection

Entertaining Continued from Page 1 4. Make clean-up easy. Be sure to keep several visible trash cans and recyclable bins around so guests can discard their used items accordingly. Disposable plates and cups are usually coveted for these types of events, but some people would like more environmentally friendly options. In this case, look for disposable items that are made from recycled materials. Otherwise, purchase re-usable plastic items that are dishwashersafe. Choose individual servings of beverages, including canned soft drinks or small bottles of water.

Chipotle Burgers with Spicy Onions

Serves: 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cooking Time: 10 to 11 minutes 1/4 cup sliced almonds, toasted 1 cup water 2/3 cup couscous 1/2 cup chopped green onions 1 pound skinned salmon fillets, 1 inch thick 2 tablespoons Mrs. Dash® Garlic & Herb Seasoning Blend 3/4 cup fresh squeezed orange juice 1 cup minced shallots 2 tablespoons raspberry preserves 2 teaspoons fresh grated peeled ginger 2 tablespoons raspberry vinegar 1/4 cup fresh raspberries, optional garnish To toast almonds, place in a small skillet over medium heat, shaking often until golden all over, approximately 4 minutes. Preheat broiler. Bring water to a boil in medium sauce­pan and remove from heat. Stir in couscous and green onion. Rinse and pat dry salmon fillets, then sprinkle seasoning blend on each side. Place fillets on a broiler pan coated with non-stick spray. Broil 5 minutes per side, 5 to 6 inches from heat source. Over medium heat, bring orange juice and shallots to a slight boil in a small saucepan. Lower heat and whisk in raspberry preserves, ginger and vinegar; keep warm while salmon is cooking. Fluff couscous with fork and place equal amounts on 4 dinner plates. Lay a piece of salmon on top. Drizzle citrus sauce over salmon and sprinkle almonds on top. Garnish top with raspberries, if desired.

Serves: 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cooking Time: 20 minutes 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 large red onion, peeled and thinly sliced 2 tablespoons Mrs. Dash® Southwest Chipotle Seasoning Blend, divided 1 pound extra lean ground beef 1/4 cup fresh cilantro, chopped 2 egg whites, or egg substitute equivalent to 1 egg 4 toasted hamburger buns Sliced tomatoes, optional Lettuce, optional Heat oil in large non-stick skillet, add onion and cook until golden and tender, about 10 minutes. Stir in 1 tablespoon seasoning blend, mix thoroughly and remove from heat. Gently mix ground beef, 1 tablespoon seasoning blend, cilantro, and egg whites or egg substitute. Mix well, and shape into 4 burgers. Preheat grill to medium-high heat and grill burgers for 8 to 10 minutes, turning once. Toast buns and top with burger and spicy onions. Garnish with tomato and lettuce, if desired.

Continued from Page 1 prescribed. The dosha is believed to significantly affect the way your body responds to certain things and therefore ayurveda recognizes that perhaps certain foods will prove harder to deal with while others will actively assist your weight loss. This system works well for those who find that traditional diets don’t suit their personality or constitution.

Ayurveda This Indian therapy dating back thousands of years treats each person as an individual, putting together the ideal solution to your problem. Based on your dosha (a specific personality and body type) a combination of minerals, herbs, diet and yoga practice is

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With summer again fading into fall, it is a great time to indulge in a getaway, especially if you're heading to a locale that was crowded when the weather was especially warm. Whether it's a group of singles looking for some fun time together, a couple seeking a long weekend break from the daily grind, or grandparents who want to spend quality time with their pre-school-aged grandchildren, travelers can find great opportunities — and deals —when they visit traditional summer destinations during the fall. With autumn's approach, temperatures become cooler and more comfortable for outdoor adventures. And with families focused on school obligations, crowds thin at popular hot spots. While some attractions will likely close for the winter at seasonal destinations, during fall months most will remain open. That means you can find a spot to sun yourself on the beach, be the first in line at the amusement park and avoid making a dinner

Autumn outdoors If you want to enjoy the great outdoors during autumn, you could fight the crowds and the traffic to head north for some fall foliage or, you could head in the opposite direction and hit the beach. Seaside resorts offer plenty of outdoor activities, and choosing a southern location assures you'll find sunny skies and warm temperatures well into fall. A jog on the beach in the comfortable morning air can only be outmatched by peaceful water sports like kayaking.

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