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on’t save all the great food for one holiday meal — make holiday mornings special with some simple, hearty and flavorful break­fast recipes the whole family will want to wake up to.

Amazing Breakfast Muffins

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Pizzas with sausage are quick, fun and delicious — and loved by everyone, from the picky kids, to the uncle who’s never satisfied.

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Simple Acts of Kindness By Deborah King

Simple acts of kindness were very visible in the days and weeks following Superstorm Sandy. Everyone thinks of New Yorkers and Jersey-ites as tough folk, but they were as busy thinking about their neighbors as about themselves in the aftermath of this catastrophic event. It’s hard to imagine the “city that never sleeps” being totally dark below 40th Street. No power, which means no hot shower, no hot food, no heat, no elevators, no land line phones, no computer, no TV, no gas available for the car, and no way to charge the cell phone when texting is the only means of communication. So what happened? A New York startup company set up a cell-phone charging station that also broadcast Wi-Fi at a bank branch. A well-known battery company drove its trucks into battered Battery Park with phone chargers and internet accessible laptops. Homes that had power set up extension cords and power strips so passersby could charge their phones. Gyms that had power opened their doors free

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or the millions of Americans travel­ing over the holidays, the details of planning and pulling off a trip can make the season anything but jolly. Fortunately, you can take some of the hassle out of holiday travel by planning — and shipping — ahead.

Ship Gifts Ahead Instead of lugging gifts on an airplane or having gifts take up space in the car, consider shipping them to your destination ahead of time. Here are a few tips to keep in mind before sending your gifts on their way: n Use

the proper materials: a new cardboard box designed for shipping, professional-grade packaging tape, and packaging material such as foam packaging peanuts or bubble cushioning (at least two inches all around).

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a label inside of the package, including both the destination and return addresses.

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a shipping option that provides a package tracking number.

n Take

batteries out of toys, electronics, etc., before shipping, and wrap them separately inside the package. home-made holiday treats in an airtight container or plastic bag before packing them in a shipping box.

Be Prepared Minimize travel hassles by doing some prep work before you leave town. n If

you’re checking baggage, don’t pack items you can’t do without. If your luggage gets lost or delayed, you’ll miss those essential items. Pack them in your carry-on bag.

n Whether

you’re driving or flying, make the time go faster with plenty of entertainment for the whole family. Load up mobile devices with games, songs, ebooks and movies. Give each child their own entertainment backpack with age-appropriate toys and activities.

n Make

sure your vehicle is road-ready. Have it looked at by your local auto shop to be sure everything is in good working condition. Make sure tires are inflated properly. And pack a winter safety kit, just in case.

n Seal

Ship Luggage Ahead To cut down on baggage fees and time in line at the airport, you may want to think about shipping your luggage. There are several ways you can do this: ship­ping a suitcase as-is; packing and shipping a suitcase

in a box; or purchasing a luggage box instead of using a suitcase. By putting luggage in a box, you can protect your luggage and provide a good surface for a shipping label. Here are some helpful tips for packing and shipping your luggage: n Be

sure to notify the place you will be staying that you are expecting a

package. That way, they will sign for the package even if it arrives before you do. n Make

sure you have the correct destination address. Some hotels and resorts have a separate luggage

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1. Help someone who is struggling with old age or heavy bags to cross the street. 2. Stand up for someone who is being bullied. 3. Offer to buy a meal for a homeless person. 4. Spread holiday cheer by paying for strangers to fill up their cars with gas. 5. Post a request on social media for a homebound invalid to receive cards and well wishes. 6. Stop to help an animal that has been injured. 7. Send someone a note of thanks. 8. Pay for the drinks or food at the next table in a restaurant. 9. Give a big tip to someone who doesn’t expect it. 10. Pick up trash instead of ignoring it. 11. Compliment someone. 12. Give another driver your

to non-members so they could have showers and at least get in a work-out. Some doctors set out signs on the street offering free medical care. Various restaurants offered free meals. Individuals set up tables filled with snacks, or hot coffee. People whose homes had power brought in friends and sometimes total strangers to share a meal, a hot shower, or a place to sleep. A large veterinary practice offered free office visits for traumatized pets. Some grocery stores set out free provisions. Everyone pitched in. Rather than further burdening official rescue workers, some private citizens took jet skis or row boats or even inflated air mattresses to bring stranded storm victims to dry land. Social media were flooded with offers of shelter and hot showers. Why does it take an event of this magnitude to bring out the best in us? It’s so easy to do something small and simple that can bring a smile to someone’s face, can lighten someone’s burden for a moment or two, or can actually change someone’s life. Here are 20 suggestions for simple acts of kindness: parking spot. 13. Let a car in front of you in traffic. 14. Tell your family members or your co-workers or boss how much you appreciate them. 15. Leave a book on a train or bus for someone else to read. 16. Let that harried mother go ahead of you on line in the grocery store. 17. Thank the people in your community who make a difference — the police, firemen, teachers, nurses, bus drivers. 18. Cheer up the lonely. 19. Adopt a soldier. 20. Smile at everyone you pass. You’ll be amazed at how doing something as small as smiling at a store clerk or sincerely thanking the person who prepared your holiday meal can make you feel better about yourself and the world.


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McRitchie-Hollis Museum December 31 7:00 p.m. Ring in the New Year this New Year’s Eve at a formal gala in the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society’s new, soon-to-open McRitchie-Hollis Museum. Info: 770-251-0207

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Fire guts office complex on Millard Farmer By JOHN A. WINTERS john@newnan.com An early Wednesday f ire destroyed the Trey Rhodes off ice bui ldi ng complex located off Millard Farmer Industrial Boulevard. No injuries were reported, and canine units with the state Fire Marshal’s off ice were out investigating the cause of the blaze Wednesday afternoon. “It’s still under investigation, and right now we just don’t know,” said Newnan Fire Marshal Ricky Ayers. “We brought in a K-9 unit to see if he hits on anything. It’s just part of the puzzle ...

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and the school system will reimburse the authority for the cost. “We have given them a preliminary number of just over a million dollars,” said Jay Boren, authority interim general manager. The project will consist of six to eight miles of “force main” and two lift stations, according to the preliminary engineering study, Boren said. The route hasn’t been determined. “We’re looking at coming up Corinth Road currently,” Boren said, but “it is not set in stone.” The cost isn’t, either. There will be

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It will cost more than $1 million to run sewer lines to new Corinth Road school By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

Monthly foreclosure totals for Coweta over the last year are:

There are 163 foreclosurerelated advertisements listed in today’s legal advertising section of The Newnan Times-Herald. That’s up slightly from last month, when there were 160 — the lowest of the year. July’s 224 notices were the highest of the year. This month’s foreclosures are almost exclusively singlefamily residential properties. However, one that isn’t residential is a 43.25-acre tract along Hwy. 16 East owned by PTV LLC. The property was formerly the Autumn’s Gate mobile home park. Acc ord i n g to t h e le g a l advertisement, the sale under power is to secure debt under a promissory note that was originally executed on June 27, 2006, for $3.5 million. The promissory note was modified several times, with the most recent modification on March 24, 2010. The last principal amount listed was $2,115,536, listed from a modification on Aug. 5, 2009. PTV originally bought the property in June 2005. Georgia’s foreclosure rates remain among the highest in the country. According to Realty Trac, Georgia is one

a clause in the memorandum of understanding about possible unforeseen extra costs. “As long as it is justifiable… we won’t be liable for that,” Boren said. “Of course we’re going to monitor this project like every one of them, and hold costs as low as we can,” he said. The sewer line will connect to the under-construction extension along Highway 16, which will send wastewater to the authority’s Shenandoah

See LIST, page 2A

Public hearing tonight at 6 on county budget

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com A public hearing on Coweta County’s fiscal year 2013 budget is on the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the Coweta County Board of Commissioners. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the county commission chambers on Perry Street. The meeting, which is normally held on the first Tuesday of the month, was moved to today because of Labor Day. Coweta County is on an October to September fiscal year. The commissioners are set to approve the budget at

the Sept. 18 meeting. Other items on the agenda include: ■ A request by Stalwart Films to close a portion of Coweta-Heard Road for filming of AMC hit cable TV show “The Walking Dead.” ■ A decision on the request of The Heritage School for a variance of the planting requirements around a newlyconstructed detention pond. The detention pond was built as part of an expansion of the school. The pond is completely surrounded by forest, according to the planning department.

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The board of the Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority gave tentative approval Wednesday to a memorandum of understanding with the Coweta County Board of Education for the construction of a sewer line to serve a proposed middle school on Corinth Road. The water and sewerage authority will be responsible for design and installation of the sewer line and lift stations,

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New Piedmont Newnan opens Tuesday By ALEX MCRAE alex@newnan.com 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 hapBass Stack pens with the flip of a switch or wave of a magic wand. and remarks from hospital Moving from the old facility officials make it clear they are to the new is actually a balanc- ready to officially celebrate ing act that requires keeping the opening of Georgia’s newboth facilities open for more est hospital on Tuesday at 745 than a week as people, equip- Poplar Road beside Interstate

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Makes: 16 pieces Serves: 6 to 8 2 ripe tomatoes, diced 1/2 cup diced sweet pineapple 4 ripe strawberries, stemmed and diced 1/4 cup julienned fresh basil leaves, (about 4 large leaves) 1/4 cup julienned fresh mint leaves, (or 1/2 teaspoon dried) 3 tablespoons pure maple syrup 1 12-ounce package Breakfast Sausage Patties 1 thin baguette, sliced 1/3 cup olive oil 8 slices fresh mozzarella, cut in half Make bruschetta topping: In bowl, mix together tomatoes, pineapple, straw­berries, basil, mint and maple syrup. Stir to combine. Cover and set aside. Divide each of the 8 sausage patties in two and pinch edges to shape into smaller patties. Cook according to pack­age directions, set aside. Cover to keep warm. Place oven rack in top-third section of oven and set oven to broil. Slice baguette into 16 slices (about 1/2-inch thick) and brush one side with olive oil. Place baguette slices, oiled side down, on a cookie sheet and broil for 1 to 2 minutes, or until golden. Watch care­fully — they can go from not-quite-golden, to burned, in 15 seconds. Using tongs, flip slices over so oiled sides are up. Add 1 slice of mozzarella to each slice; broil 1 minute longer until cheese is melted and edges of baguette slices are beginning to look toasted. Transfer to a serving platter or indivi­dual plates. Top each with 1 small sausage patty. Spoon bruschetta topping over each, allowing some to spill over. Serve immediately.

Serves: 12 2 packages (12 ounces each) Breakfast Sausage Links 6 English muffins, cut into 1-inch cubes 1/4 cup butter, melted 1 cup (4 ounces) cheddar cheese, shredded 1 cup (4 ounces) mozzarella cheese, shredded 1/2 cup onion, chopped 1/2 cup red pepper, chopped 12 large eggs 2 cups milk 1/4 teaspoon salt Pepper to taste 1/4 cup bacon bits Cook sausage according to package directions. Cool slightly; cut into 1/4-inch pieces. In greased 13 x 9-inch baking dish, layer half the English muffin cubes and half the cooked sausage. Repeat layers. Drizzle with butter and top with cheese, onion and red pepper. In large bowl, combine eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Pour over casserole. Sprinkle with bacon. Cover and refrig­erate overnight. Remove from refrigerator 30 min­utes before baking. Uncover and bake at 350°F for 45 to 50 minutes, or until knife inserted into center comes out clean. Let stand 5 minutes.

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