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picy, mild, beans or meat only, tomato-based or white — there are as many ways to make chili as there are people who make it. If you want to fine-tune your chili cooking chops, take a few hints from Larry Walton, the 2011 Terlingua International Chili Champion. Here are his top five tips for making great chili:

n Chili

Powder — Using the right chili powder makes all the differ­ ence in the world. Mexene Chili Powder and Seasoning Mix is a good choice because it’s well round­ ed and balanced.

n Meat

— Choose premium quality ground beef with an 80/20 percent beef to fat ratio. Or for an interest­ ing twist, choose fresh natural bone­ less, skinless chicken thighs which are especially tender and juicy.

n Browning

— A key essential is to brown your meat. It not only adds richness to your dish but also helps with the dark color of the chili.

n Spices

— The spices are a main

ingre­dient to bring out all the fla­ vors. It’s best to use spice pow­ders, since they’re more pungent. n Secret

Ingredient — Last but not least, add your secret “booster” such as chili powder, paprika, cocoa or a few dashes of Hot Sauce at the end of cooking to wow your tasters.

Give Larry’s award-winning chili recipe — or any of the other recipes listed on page 4 — a taste test, and see how fast your friends and family name you their favor­ ite chili champ. Find more tips and recipes at www.chilicookoffwinner.com.

Health Benefits of Chili n Studies

from around the world, including the American Association for Cancer Research, suggest that capsaicin, the spicy element of chili peppers, may help fight certain types of cancer. n The fiber-rich beans found in most chili dishes have also been linked to a reduced risk of diabetes and heart disease.

Top 10 Georgia State Parks for Leaf Watching

Seven Tips for Establishing Good Credit StatePoint

Black Rock Mountain State Park Georgia Department of Natural Resources

When the temperatures start drop­ ping, Leaf Watchers start heading to the mountains for colorful fall foliage. Many of Georgia’s State Parks make it easy to enjoy the best of “leaf season”— offering plenty of places to explore hiking trails, snuggle by campfires and fill photos albums. The parks even provide lodge rooms, cabins, campgrounds and yurts so that travelers can stay overnight, sur­ rounded by spectacular scenery. Below are the Georgia Depart­ ment of Natural Resources’ (DNR) top ten state parks for celebrating autumn’s arrival in the Peach State. Fall color typically peaks in late October for northern Georgia; however, color can be seen as late as mid-November. Officials advise guests to make reservations as

1. Make sure you know what is included in your credit report. It is important to review your credit report at least once per year to ensure there aren’t any mistakes and you have not been the victim of identity theft. Your credit report contains information about you and your payment history. It’s collected and organized by a credit reporting agency and is available to those who are considering granting you credit. Your credit score is a number that reflects the information found in your credit report.

early as possible because accom­ modations sometimes fill up many months in advance. Reservations can be made by calling 1-800-8647275 or at GeorgiaStateParks.org. They are accepted up to 13 months in advance, so it is not too early to reserve the most popular cabins for 2013. Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge, Dawsonville Hike to the top of the Southeast’s tallest waterfall, or take the easy shortcut on a stroller-friendly boardwalk. Either way, you’ll get a close-up view of these tumbling waters and find out why it’s one of Georgia’s most popular state parks. Amicalola Falls’ central loca­ tion makes it a good home base for exploring Dahlonega, apple orchards and pumpkin farms. A mountain-top lodge offers beauti­

Having a good credit score is increasingly important, as more Americans rely on credit to make daily and major purchases. Not only can poor credit history hurt you when you’re taking out a loan, signing a lease or buying a car, but some employers do credit checks on job applicants — weeding out anyone who hasn’t demonstrated financial responsibility. “Our recent ‘Financial IQ Quiz’ revealed that many people struggle with understanding how to establish good credit,” said Beth Coggins, Director of Community Rela­ tions at a financial institution. “The importance of a solid financial education for your success and well-being cannot be overstated.” Here are some tips on taking better control of your finances and personal credit:

2. Create a budget and stick to it. Understand needs versus wants and avoid using credit to buy things you cannot afford. Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge

ful views from guest rooms and its restaurant. The park also offers camping and cabins, as well as the backcountry Hike Inn reached by trekking a five-mile trail. Black Rock Mountain State Park, Clayton At an altitude of 3,640 feet, Black

Rock Mountain is Georgia’s high­ est state park. Roadside overlooks provide 80-mile vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and four hiking trails lead leaf watchers past small waterfalls and colorful forests. Two

3. Pay your bills on time. Your payment history is one of the most important factors when determining your credit score. You are usually considered a good credit risk if you have a history of paying your bills on time. 4. Have a small amount of total debt. Make sure your total debt is not too large. If a large portion of your income each month is already committed to paying off other credit, creditors may be hesitant to extend you ad­ ditional credit.

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The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts October 11 7:00 p.m. Part of "Muster III, 2012." This year’s events focus on military operations post-Vietnam. “Letters Home” is a play presented by the touring company of the Griffin Theatre Company, Chicago. Play is based on actual letters written by soldiers serving in the Middle East. Admission $10; $8, senior adults. Info: 770-254-2787 www.thecentreonline.net

MUSTER III, 2012

Coweta County Fairgrounds October 13 10:00 a.m. Opens with a parachute demonstration, flag presentations, and presentations by the local American Legion and JrROTC students. Throughout the day (based on demand) will be rides in UH-1 Huey and AH-1 Cobra helicopters. A 2:00 p.m. service honors Coweta service members killed in action, followed by closing ceremony by local Veterans of Foreign Wars group. Info: 678-948-8387 cowetacova.org/Musters.html

Car Guys Charity Show

Junction Lanes Parking Lot October 13 4:00-8:00 p.m. Final show of the season. Lots of family fun, and food available for purchase. The shows will benefit local community charitable organizations. Info: 770-616-0449

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Hamburguesa de carne diezmillo molida fresca de McEvers lb.paquete de cualquier tamaño$ 42

16 oz.

Hamburguesa de carne diezmillo molida fresca de paquete de tamaño 24 onzas Salchicha decualquier enlaces ahumado,

Salchicha ahumado picante o suave, 48 onzas

2 Lb.

2 2 1 2

Salchicha de bollo, 16 onzas

Salchicha de bollo, 16 onzas

16 oz.

Salchichas rojos picantes, 2 libras

48 oz. Hot or Mild

Hamburguesas de escamas de res, 30 onzas U.S.A.D. selecto de bistec suizo

Hamburguesas de escamas de res, 30 onzas Salchichas rojos picantes, 2 libras Salchicha ahumado, 16 onzas

Salchicha ahumado picante o suave, 48 onzas Tortas de salchicha de pollo, 12 onzas

Salchicha de bollo, 32 onzas

32 oz.

14 oz.

16 oz.

Salchicha de bollo, 32 onzas Salchicha de bollo, 16 onzas

Hamburguesas de escamas de res, 30 onzas

Salchichas rojos, 14 onzas Salchichas rojos picantes, 2 libras

Salchichas rojos, 14 onzas

Salchicha rojos picantes, 16 onzas

Salchicha de enlaces ahumado, 24 onzas

24 oz.

U.S.D.A. Beef Cheerios 12.8 oz.Select Multigrain

Four Star

Salchicha rojos picantes, 16 onzas Salchicha ahumado picante o suave, 48 onzas

Salchicha de bollo, 32 onzas

U.S.D.A. selecto de bistec de cañada sin hueso asado Londones

Salchicha ahumado, 16 onzas

Salchicha ahumado, 16 onzas

12 oz.

U.S.A.D. selecto de bistec suizo

U.S.A.D. selecto de bistec suizo

Tortas de salchicha de pollo, 12 onzas

Tortas de salchicha de pollo, 12 onzas

U.S.D.A. selecto de rosbif de diezmillo sin hueso – bistec y guisado en paquete de combinacion

16 oz.

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U.S.D.A. inspeccionado de carne de res molida fresca

U.S.D.A. inspeccionado de costillitas traseras de cerdo

U.S.D.A. Select Beef

100 SQ. YDS.

50 SQ. YDS.

Pechuga de pollo de freír sin piel o sin hueso fresco

U.S.D.A. Inspected Fresh

U.S.D.A. selecto de asado de paletilla de res sin hueso

Enorme salchichas de carne, 16 onzas

Land O' Frost 2 oz. Ham Or Turkey

Armour 2.6 oz. Pkg.

1/2 Gallon

Pillsbury

Minute Maid

16 oz. Pkg.

9-15 oz. Pkg. Select Varieties

2

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Country Delite 1/2 Gallon

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16 oz. Assorted

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Red Diamond

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Pillsbury 8 oz. Assorted

59 oz.Assorted Pure Squeezed 1 Gallon Flavors Orange or Pomegranate Blueberry

16 oz.

1 Gallon Citrus

8 oz.

1 Gallon Assorted Flavors

16 oz. Regular Or Thick

Music City

1

All Brands

Dutch FarmsTropical Punch or Mango

1 Gallon 9-15 oz. Pkg. Select Varieties

Chocolate

Dutch Farms

1/2 Gallon

59 oz. Assorted Flavor

1 Gallon Delite Country

Chiquita 1 Gallon

2 Liter Bottles

5.2-16.5 oz. Pkg. Select Varieties

1 Quart

3 lb. Family Pack 8-13.9 oz. Pkg. Select Varieties

All Brands 1.25 Liter Bottles 16 oz.

8 Ct., 12 oz. Flour All Brands 6 Pack, .5 Liter CruzBottles 8 oz. Fajita Tortilla

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16 oz.

grueso, 16 onzas

1/2 Gallon

1/2 Gallon

3 lb. Family Pack

59 oz. Assorted Flavor

24 oz. Pkg.

3

5.2-16.5 oz. Pkg. Select Varieties

Salchicha ahumado de paquete de familia de 3 libras

16 oz. Pkg.

1 Gallon

4 Pk. Ctn.

Skillets . . . . . . . .

8 oz. Country Delite

Red Diamond

11.8 oz.-1 lb. Pkg. Regular, Unsalted or Olive Oil

16 oz.

Quick Grits . . .

8 oz. Pkg. Select Varieties

13 oz.

4 Pk. Ctn.

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For all of the discussion around the importance of credit scores, it's hard to know what's true, what's fiction, and what lies in between. While there are misperceptions and misunderstandings still lingering in the marketplace, the good news is that overall knowledge about credit scoring is improving. A recent survey shows that consumers know they have more than one credit score, have a better understanding about the factors that affect credit scores, and have increased familiarity with how different kinds of companies and entities use credit scores. Increases in consumer knowledge probably reflect, in part, the increased public attention given to credit scores because of the new protections. However, despite the positive developments, there's room for improvement. Myth: Low credit scores don't greatly affect how much you pay over the life of the loan. Fact: Low scores can be costly. Only 29 percent of survey respondents were aware that on a $20,000, 60-month auto loan, a borrower with a low credit score is likely to pay at least $5,000

This award-winning series presented the stories of over 120 local men and women and was a favorite of readers young and old. Since the series ended, we have had countless requests to reproduce this collection of stories so they may be preserved for future generations and enjoyed time and again in their entirety. We are pleased to announce the entire series has been published in a limited edition hardcover book with 288 pages that tell the stories and feature photographs of these proud men and women.

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Health Benefits Associated with Vegetarianism

Recipe Connection

There are many health benefits associated with vegetarianism. Research indicates that vegetarians have lower levels of LDL, or "bad" cholesterol, and obesity rates are generally lower among vegetarians than their meat-eating counterparts. In addition, vegetarians have reduced incidences of type 2 diabetes and lower blood pressure than meat eaters. However, unless their diets are well balanced, vegetarians also may have low levels of protein, which can compromise their overall health. Protein is essential to build and repair bodily tissues and provide amino acids. Muscle, hair, skin, and connective tissue are mainly made up of protein, as are several important chemicals in the body, including hormones, enzymes and neurotransmitters. The amount of protein needed varies by one's body weight, age and activity level. A person who is 150 pounds should eat roughly 55 grams of protein each day. A 200-pound person should eat around 75 grams. Therefore, vegetarians will have find other sources of protein. Here are some options:

Larry Walton’s 2011 Terlingua International Chili Champion Recipe Courtesy of the Chili Appreciation Society International, Inc. (CASI). CASI’s mission is to educate about the historic and cultural significance of chili, and it raises over $1 million for local charities through sponsored cook-offs every year.

Yield: 10 servings 6 Fresh Boneless Skinless chicken thighs 1 large onion, chopped 2 jalapeño peppers, fresh; seeded and finely chopped 1 tablespoon garlic, chopped 1 14.5-ounce can chicken broth 2 15-ounce cans great Northern beans, not drained 2 15-ounce cans black beans, drained 1 tablespoon chili powder 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cumin 1/2 teaspoon salt Cut chicken into 1/2-inch cubes. Spray large, deep pot or saucepan with nonstick cooking spray. Heat over medium-high. Add chicken; cook 2 minutes, stir­ring frequently. Add onion, peppers and garlic. Cook 5 minutes longer, stirring occa­sionally. Add remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, 20 to 30 minutes or until chicken is done (internal temperature of 170°F). Serving Suggestion: Top individual servings of chili with sour cream. Serve with mixed green salad and hot tortillas or tortilla chips. Refrigerate leftovers or freeze in a tightly sealed nonmetallic container or freezer bag.

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Yield: 6 servings 1 pound ground beef 1 medium onion, diced 3 tablespoons chili powder 1 teaspoon salt 3/4 teaspoon oregano 1/4 teaspoon cumin 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes 2 cups water Brown meat (breaking up pieces) and onions; drain. At this point you can run it through a chopper if a finer dice is desired. Add all other spices; mix well. Add water and simmer for one hour. Can be made ahead of time and frozen in a nonmetallic container or freezer bag.

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Travel Connection

Leaf Continued from Page 1 favorites are the family-friendly 2.2-mile Tennessee Rock Trail and the challenging 7.2-mile James Edmonds Trail. Be sure to stop by the summit visitor center for trail maps, mountain views, a gift shop and picnic tables. Park goers can choose from mountaintop cabins or modern campsites with hot showers. Cloudland Canyon State Park, Trenton Located on the edge of Lookout Mountain, Cloudland Canyon is one of Georgia’s most rugged and beautiful state parks. Leaf watchers can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the 1,980-foot-deep canyon from an easy rim trail, or they can take the heart-racing staircase to the bottom. Just remember: He who hikes down, must also hike back up. New mountain bike and equestrian trails travel many miles through the preserve. Rental cabins are perched near the canyon edge or nestled into the forest. Two modern campgrounds provide hot showers and space for RV and tents.

State Park. Unicoi State Park & Lodge, Helen One of Georgia’s most loved state parks is just outside Alpine Helen, making it a convenient location for an autumn vacation. Choose from six trails, including a pleasant lake loop or a challenging five-mile hike to Anna Ruby Falls. On Saturdays in October, hikers can join a park ranger for a three-mile guided trek to town – a good choice for those who want to avoid Octoberfest’s parking hassles. Overnight guests can choose from a hotel-style lodge, cabins and campsites.

Vogel State Park, Blairsville Located at the base of Blood Mountain, Vogel is one of our nation’s oldest state parks. It is particularly popular during fall when the Blue Ridge Mountains transform into a rolling blanket of red, yellow and gold leaves. Hikers can choose from a variety of trails, including the popular 4-mile Bear Hair Gap loop, an easy lake loop that leads to Trahlyta Falls, and the challenging 13-mile Coosa Backcountry Trail. A campground has hosted generations of family vacations, and many of the rental cabins were crafted by Civilian Conservation

Corps “boys” during the 1930s. Before you go, check the DNR’s “Leaf Watch” webpage for updates on how fall color is progressing across the mountains. GeorgiaStateParks.org/leafwatch is available October through mid-November. Can’t get away to the mountains? Some parks in middle and southern Georgia put on pretty autumn displays as well. Check out F.D. Roosevelt State Park in Pine Mountain for excellent hiking trails and small waterfalls. George L. Smith State Park in Twin City has a tea-colored lake which reflects orange cypress needles in late fall.

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Fort Mountain State Park, Chatsworth Hikers and mountain bikers love this park for its 27 miles of trails, ranging from an easy lake loop to the challenging Gahuti Backpacking Trail. Even the drive to this park on Hwy. 52 is filled with stunning views of fall color and rolling mountains. Be sure to explore the ancient rock wall that stands on the park’s highest point. The mysterious 855-foot-long wall is thought to have been built by early Indians as protection from more hostile Indians or for ancient ceremonies. Romantics should look for the heart-shaped stone in the old fire tower. Stay overnight in cabins with lake or forest views, or the modern campground with hot showers. Moccasin Creek State Park, Clarkesville Georgia’s smallest state park sits on the edge of 2,800-acre Lake Burton, with a backdrop of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Visitors can enjoy fall color while boating, hiking or simply kicking back beside a campfire. The easy 2.2-mile Hemlock Falls Trail travels through colorful hardwoods to a small waterfall. RV and tent sites are within walking distance of a bathhouse, trout hatchery and fishing docks. Lake Burton is known for the beautiful homes and boat houses which dot the shoreline. James “Sloppy” Floyd State Park, Summerville Despite its untidy name, this small park near Rome is well kept and sports beautiful scenery. An easy walk around the lower lake provides plenty of places to photograph fall color, while a more challenging hike links up with the 60-mile Pinhoti Trail. Be sure to see the old marble mine’s waterfall. Cabins with big porches are surrounded by hardwoods, and the campground has a playground for children. Kids will also enjoy feeding ducks at the two fishing lakes. Smithgall Woods State Park, Helen This gorgeous 5,664-acre park is a quiet escape from the hustle of Helen’s Octoberfest. Its best known for catch-and-release trout fishing on Dukes Creek, but visitors can also enjoy five miles of trails and nature programs. Smithgall Woods boasts some of the most sought-after cabins in Georgia’s state park system, with some perched adjacent to the stream. Overnight guests can hike less than a mile from their cabin to beautiful Dukes Creek Falls. Camping is available nearby at Unicoi State Park. Tallulah Gorge State Park, Tallulah Falls Despite its rugged landscape, leaf watchers will find it easy to explore this spectacular gorge. A rim trail leads to many overlooks with views of the river below, and a little-known paved trail follows an old railroad bed through the forest. Those wanting a workout can hike down to a suspension bridge that sways 80 feet above the rocky bottom, or even all the way to the gorge floor (permit required). The park’s campground is operated by Georgia Power, and mountaintop cabins can be found nearby at Black Rock Mountain

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Recognizing ADHD in Children As kids watched their last few days of summer vacation slowly slip away, their parents were preparing them for a return to the classroom. Some kids couldn't wait to get back to school, where they could continue their studies and spend time with their friends. Others, though, may not have been looking forward to new schoolwork, and that might have been because of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. ADHD is a common condition in which children experience problems with paying attention or concentrating. Such problems can make it difficult for kids to excel in the classroom. Many children have ADHD. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, as many as 3 to 5 percent of children have ADHD, while other experts feel ADHD occurs in as many as 10 percent of school-aged children. Because it's so prevalent, ADHD is a concern for many parents, who want their children to enter the classroom on an even playing field. Parents who suspect their children have difficulty paying attention or concentrating can look for certain warning signs or symptoms of ADHD. Symptoms of ADHD in children are grouped into three categories: inattention, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.

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