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Storm spotter class Coweta County Fairgrounds March 12 7:00 p.m. Coweta County Emergency Management and the National Weather Service will present a SKYWARN Storm Spotter class. The class is open to volunteers with an interest in public service, a responsibility for protecting others or access to communications systems like HAM radio. Call or email for more information or to register. Info: 770-254-2650 jjones@coweta.ga.us

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If you have a child that is in the sixth grade the ‘If I were Mayor’ Essay Contest has kicked off.  One winning essay will be selected from each of Georgia Municipal Association’s 12 districts. Winners will receive $250 and other prizes. The winners, along with their parents and a teacher, will be recognized at an awards luncheon during April. All students submitting essays will receive a “Certificate of Participation” as a thank-you for their interest and effort. Locally, the City of Newnan will also sponsor a pizza party for the Coweta winner and his or her class, and present them with a visit and certificate from the Newnan Mayor Keith Brady. 

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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 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 for error. There was activity Friday at the new Poplar Road campus of Piedmont Newnan Hospital, set to offi- room It’s not a process anyone the and hospital cially open Tuesday. On Friday, outpatient radiology procedures began at the new outpatient lab and respiratory center opened. The Poplar Road Command Center, from which the takes lightly. But, so far, the procedure is going smoothly final move will be overseen Tuesday, opened Friday during daytime hours.

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Tax Commissioner Says There’s No Need for Everyone to Rush to Tag Office From STAFF REPORTS news@newnan.com

Coweta County Tax Commissioner Tommy Ferrell is telling Coweta citizens there is no need for motor vehicle owners to rush to the Tag Office because of the new title tax law that went into effect March 1. House Bill 386, passed during the 2012 session of the Georgia legislature, creates significant changes regarding the taxation of motor vehicles, but it only affects those vehicles purchased after March 1 or purchased between Jan. 1, 2012 and Feb. 28, 2013. All other vehicles remain under the current system and subject to

“opt-in” to the new system as long regular registration tag fee, which annual ad valorem taxes, he said. is normally $20. Emission testing as it is done by their birthday this Any motorized vehicle puryear or no later than Dec. 31, 2013. would still apply to applicable year chased on or after March 1 that That’s why the tax commission- models. requires a title transfer will be subA qualifying taxpayer may opter says there is “no need to rush to ject to the new law. That includes in after their birthday and before the Tag Office in March.” person-to-person sales of used Dec. 31 but would then be subject Qualifying taxpayers are asked vehicles. Vehicle owners are asked by Coweta Tax Commissioner Tommy to the 2013 ad valorem taxes on to wait until their regular vehicle The purchase of a vehicle on or Ferrell to wait until their regular birthday month vehicle registration the vehicle. registration period to decide after March 1 will not be subject period to decide whether to “opt-in” to the new system. Ferrell says he is concerned that whether to “opt-in” to the new to sales tax or the vehicle subject employees to be out as soon after 5 Ferrell said the tag office curvarious news media have indicated system. to annualU.S.D.A. adinspeccionado valorem taxes, comde jamón de cerdo fresco, entero o mitad U.S.D.A. inspeccionado de chuletas de lomo de cerdo corte de centro de paquete de cualquier tamaño as possible. This means a long line rently closes at 5 p.m. and since 3 Lb. Hamburger Steak or qualifying taxpayers should grab Since the taxpayer would be monly referred to as the birthday U.S.D.A. Inspected Any Size Pkg. U.S.D.A. Inspected Whole or Half after 4:30 or so would have to be his staff does not get paid for their bill of sale and head straight given credit for any sales tax and tax. cut off at some point in order for overtime or get comp time, the to county tag offices. If that were Instead there will be a one-time ad valorem taxes previously paid lb. that to occur. office doors will close in order for lb. to occur, in addition to taxpayon the vehicle, “opting in” should 6.5 percent title tax fee due at the 9 oz. Deli Shaved U.S.D.A. inspeccionado de costillas de cerdo estilo campestre ers who actually have to be there be a great deal most taxpayers time the title is processed. Filete defor pescado tilapia congelado fresco, 2 libras Land O' Frost renewing their tags in March, Ferrell said. In addition, the law allows those who qualify, U.S.D.A. Inspected 2 Lb. “Now we beseech you, brethren, by the Ham ormost Turkey of our Lord Jesus Christ, and by our tag offices would be dealing After “opting-in” the vehicle taxpayers who purchased a vehicle ea. Fresh Frozen $ with99 coming gathering together unto him, that ye be not extremely longer and slower movwould no longer be subject to between Jan. 1, 2012 and Feb. 28, ea. Pavo o jamón rebanado soon shaken in mind, or be troubled, neitherBistecs de hamburguesas o hamburguesas de toda res, 3 libras lb. delgado, 9 onzas ing lines. annual ad valorem taxes, only the 2013, to have the opportunity to by spirit, nor by word, nor by letter as from us,

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Parents who wish to secure a spot for their child in the 201314 Coweta County School System Pre-Kindergarten classes will be able to do so at their child’s district school between March 11 and March 22. During that two-week period, parents can apply for a spot in the limited-space Pre-K classes for the 2013-14 school year. Pre-K application ends at noon Friday, March 22, and a drawing for spots will be held at schools at 1 p.m. that afternoon. To apply for a spot in next year’s Coweta County School System Pre-K program, parents must visit their child’s districted school and show proof of eligibility to register. That includes:

T he ch ild’s or ig i nal bi r t h certificate ■ Proof of residency (electric, apartment lease or house contract). Parents may apply only at the school that serves their legal address. ■ The child’s Social Security card ■ Photo identification Children must be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2013, to be eligible for next year’s PreKindergarten. Parents can call 770-254-2820 to inquire about which elementary school district serves their home. Unlike other elementary school grades, there are a limited number of Pre-K classes in Coweta schools. If more than 22 students apply for an available Pre-K class, the school must hold a lottery drawing to determine placement in the class. The first 22 students drawn will be awarded a spot in that school’s Pre-K class; the remaining names will be placed in order of draw on a waiting list for that school in case spots in the class open later. Parents do not need to be present for the drawing on March 22. Elementary schools will accept Pre-K applications for eligible students on Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., March 11-22. Applications will be accepted through noon of the day of the drawing. After the lottery drawing, parents will be able to formally reg■

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A Thunderous Time Annual diversity program celebrates talents, differences By Nicole Golden nichole@newnan.com

The rousing performance of the Ugandan Thunder African Children’s Choir was the highlight of the annual Diversity Program at Arnall Middle School in Newnan in February. Students and staff members were invited to dance alongside their new friends at the end of the performance of an African drum song, an Exodus dance and “God Bless Uganda, and God Bless This Land.” The theme of this year’s program was “Our Different Talents Make the World a Better Place.” The program opened with the National Anthem, and then a parade of flags. Arnall students presented flags and spoke a greeting in the corresponding native language. Pastor Tamarkus Cook of St. Smyrna Baptist Church presented words of encouragement to the students. “Diversity promotes humanistic values,” said Cook. He noted that the world would not be an exciting place if we all did the exact same things for the exact same reasons. “Embracing differences is the sign of a cultured individual,” said Cook. The local creative dance group Final Breakthrough Dance Ensemble presented “Take Me to the King.” Group member Hadiya

Harden is an eighth-grade student at Arnall. Students Zyon Brock and Hope Kjar were soloists, and Lauren Cook played a piano piece. The Arnall Chorus also took part in the program, singing “We are The World.” A perfectly still audience listened as Ted Moody, director of the Ugandan Children’s Choir, spoke about the group and their home, the Royal School & Orphanage in Mityana, Uganda. “They are wonderful, precious children,” said Moody.  The orphanage is home to 652 children, half of whom are orphans due to losing parents to malaria or other illness. Some of them have been abandoned. Moody told the Arnall students that the Ugandan children have no televisions, video games, or phones. “They have none of the things that you think you need to be happy,” he said. “It’s in yourself.” The children’s choir is halfway through an 11-month tour of the United States and will perform at Dollywood in March. During their enthusiastic performance, the Ugandan children invited staff members, including Principal Jan Franks and willing students, to join them on the gym floor for dancing. The singers were praised with thunderous applause and cheering. Afterwards, choir members

visited classrooms so that students could learn more about their culture. The choir was to perform at Arnall last year but, due to visa issues, the visit came a bit late.  The school’s program was coordinated by Mrs. Jill Alford, social studies teacher, and a committee of faculty members. “We are so blessed today,” said Franks upon wrapping up the Diversity Program. She encouraged her students to embrace differences in others. “Sometimes that’s difficult in middle school,” said Franks. She noted that the Ugandan children had arrived earlier than most of the students that morning by bus. “They were already smiling and ready to go,” she said. Their attitude is a great example, noted Franks. “Be that positive spark,” said Franks. “Celebrate diversity instead of ridiculing it.” Editor’s note: Learn more about Ugandan Thunder at penniesforposho.org — an organization that helps feed the hungry children of Africa.

Traditional drum songs were part of the Ugandan Thunder performance at Arnall Middle School.

The Ugandan Thunder African Children’s Choir visited Arnall Middle School in Newnan in February. The group has more than 20 members between the ages of 10 and 13. They are students at the Royal School and Orphanage in Mityana, Uganda.

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here is an uneven sound throughout our casa this week.  It’s like listening to some rock band and you know something is missing. And it finally hits you there’s no guitarist. What’s missing around here is the Eldest SON of Thunder. And I realized this week that lack of sound will continue to occur more and more. And I realized I am running out of time. Eldest is off on a mission trip with his youth group. They are not doing the normal Mexico visit, but are staying closer to home, actually just up the road a bit. Eldest and others are staying at an inner city shelter in Atlanta, working with the homeless. It was his decision. In fact, the Little Black Dress and I didn’t even know about it; he brought it up. And so we read the flyers about the program, run through the Atlanta Dream Center. “This program offers adults and teens from across the country an opportunity  to experience inner-city ministry first hand. During this urban mission trip, participants will have the chance to feed the homeless, connect with kids and teens, reach out to those trapped in sex slavery, experience community living, and much more. Those who come will not only make a lasting impact on Atlanta’s poverty stricken communities, they themselves will experience lifechange as they grow as individuals and a group.” As I read that, several things popped into my head. That as the greatest and richest country in the world, we have homeless people in one of the biggest cities in America. Yes, I know we have homeless, always will. But why? It also hit me that Eldest was willing to give up a week of zombie killing to go hang out with kids more familiar with real guns than what they can buy with points earned from completing some waypoint on a video game.  And it hit me that Eldest, despite not yet having a driver’s license, is growing up. And I am running out of time. He called earlier in the week. The Dress said you could hear the excitement in his voice. Eldest had met a friend. I never got the friend’s name, but learned quite a bit. He was a tattoo artist, and Eldest went into great detail about the tattoos on his face, which apparently the artist had done himself.  Eldest never quite pinpointed why the

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