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A Flair for the Dramatic Pitts’ alter-ego teaches more than just literature



Tracey E. Pitts’ alter-ego, the incomparable Ms. Ivera T. Grundy, saunters onto the scene at Madras Middle School’s Black History Month program.

ur parents stay with us forever, whether it’s green eyes from our mother’s side of the family or a love for butter pecan ice cream from our father. Madras Middle School English teacher Tracey E. Pitts – who also is a writer, actor and director – has based an entire character, alter-ego Ms. Ivera T. Grundy, on her mother and grandmother. “I’ve been doing her forever – she’s such a part of me,” said Pitts, who started visiting churches to perform in skits when she was a teenager. “We have a lot of comedians in our family, a lot of awesome ladies. I started acting like my mother and grandmother, and my family thought it was quite funny.” Pitts’ mother, Ivera Terry Strozier Powell, sometimes objected to her daughter’s characterization of her and Pitts’ grandmother, Carrie Marie Standford Terry.

“She’d say, ‘Oh, no, that’s just over the top,’ but my brothers and cousins would say, ‘No, that’s you.” Growing up, Pitts remembers her mom burning everything she cooked. On Powell’s 70th birthday, Pitts’ alterego drew big laughs from party-goers by recalling those days. “My mother treated us like gods,” Ms. Grundy told the crowd. “She gave us three burnt offerings a day!” Performing in church has always been important to Pitts. “I consider myself a Christian comedian, so I keep everything I do real clean,” she said. “I think God has given me this talent and I don’t want to profane it in any way.” That translates well to the classroom, where her students just never know who’s going to show up to teach their lessons. “I do monologues all day long in class, which keeps them on task and keeps them laughing,” Pitts said. “You can reach kids you don’t normally reach through a character. There are kids with a lot of problems at home,

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but I keep things funny so they can concentrate and see there is a comical side to daily situations and then maybe they can see that hey, I can get through this.” Pitts – a member of Who’s Who A m o n g A m e r i c a n Wo m e n i n Education and Who’s Who Among American Teachers who has won awards for Christian playwriting – has degrees in theatre, middle grades education and psychology. She and her husband of more than 20 years,

St. Patrick’s Day Facts & Figures

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St. Patrick’s Day is enjoyed by millions of people, including those of Irish descent and even those with no connection to Ireland. A day of celebration, music and parades, St. Patrick’s Day also has a unique history. The following are some interesting facts and figures about St. Patrick’s Day that might help explain its popularity. ■

St. Patrick’s Day is annually celebrated on March 17, which means the holiday falls during the Christian season of Lent, when many practicing Christians abstain from eating meat. However, these Lenten prohibitions of meat are typically lifted on St. Patrick’s Day, when celebrants are allowed to indulge in traditional Irish meals which may include Irish bacon. St. Patrick is not actually of Irish descent. Born in the fifth century, St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain and only brought to Ireland as a slave when he was a teenager. He would eventually escape from captivity, but later he returned to Ireland and is credited with bringing Christianity to the Irish people upon his return. People in Ireland have been celebrating the feast day of St. Patrick on March 17 since sometime during the ninth or tenth century. The feast day is celebrated on March 17 because St. Patrick is believed to have died on March 17, AD 461. Though the Irish have been celebrating the feast day of St. Patrick for centuries, the first St. Patrick’s Day parade took place in the United States and not in Ireland. In 1762, Irish soldiers serving in the English military marched through New York City on March 17 in commemoration of St. Patrick. Despite those humble beginnings, today the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade is the largest parade in the United States, with more than 150,000 participants. Nearly 35 million U.S. residents claim Irish ancestry. That number is seven times the population of Ireland. Twenty-three percent of Massachusetts residents trace their ancestry to Ireland. The U.S. Census Bureau notes that there are more than 144,000 current U.S. residents who were born in Ireland. Irish soda bread, a dish enjoyed by millions each St. Patrick’s Day, gets its unique name from the use of baking soda instead of yeast as a leavening agent. Though many assume corned beef is a traditional Irish dish, it’s not. In fact, corned beef was used by Irish immigrants in New York City as a substitute for Irish bacon, which was more expensive.


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The Newnan Carnegie March 14 2:30 p.m. Instructor Elizabeth Dorsey guides gentle yoga exercises for stress relief, flexibility, stretching and strengthening. Wear comfortable clothes. Limited spots available; please call to register. Info: 770-683-1347


Chattahoochee Bend State Park March 16 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Middle- and high-school students can win prizes. Judged by members of the Wild Turkey Federation. Please pre-register by calling or coming to the park visitor's center. $5 plus $5 parking. Info: 770-254-7271

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Eau du Bengay


here were few visitors to our abode over the last 10 days or so. Few ventured past the Black Death warnings posted by the Centers for Disease Control. For those brave enough to enter anyway, another surprise awaited. And that would be The Aroma.  Said aroma courtesy of the Little Black Dress, who herself finally succumbed after valiant attempts to whatever plague is visiting our area. Known in various connotations and spellings, to many it is the healing elixir of all time, namely Eau du Bengay.  Before we get too much into this column, let’s all get on the same page regarding who, or what, is Bengay. “Bengay, spelled Ben-Gay before 1995, is an analgesic heat rub used to relieve muscle and joint pain. It was developed in France by Dr. Jules Bengué, and brought to America in 1898. The name Bengué was anglicized to Bengay. It was originally produced by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare which was later acquired by Johnson & Johnson.” Or so sayeth the fine folks on the Internet who save every school kid the night before they somehow just forgot about that massive written report due on the nocturnal mating habits of the Amazonian Izula due tomorrow. Namely, Wikipedia. I realize I have opened up The Debate, namely that between the diehard Bengay loyalists and those of the Vicks Vapor Rub persuasion. Time does not permit me to go into the pros and cons of either. Let us just agree to disagree and each to his own. The Dress is of the Bengay line, thus so is our clan.  It’s like arguing over whether baptism should be with one being immersed backwards, frontwards or straight up and down. Or be Methodist and go for the sprinkle. Yeah, and now I’ve really started it, haven’t I? Anyway, back to whatever point I’m trying to get to. Over the past couple of weeks,

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the three SONs of Thunder have gone through five separate bouts of The Strep. Said Strep hit Youngest first, who politely passed it on to Eldest two days before Winter Break. Not to be outdone, Eldest responded in kind and apparently gave it back to Youngest before heading off on a mission trip. And upon his return, Eldest once again tested positive for The Strep, the first day back after break. And where was Middle in all this? He got The Strep as well, although we are not sure from whom. However, The Strep changed to some other malaise and he and his younger sibling spent pretty much the entire Spring Break in bed or on a couch. Two siblings stuck in bed, on vacation, yeah, that was a fun time.  And just to make my life miserable, The Dress somehow succumbed to what we believe Middle later got. Being the precautionary/proactive type, she went to get tested for The Strep, which she did not have. After long

consultations, throat swaps, massive blood work, an MRI or two or three and consultations with the Mayo Clinic, a diagnosis was finally reached on Middle and the LBD. I believe the Latin medical term is called The Crud. Or, in layman’s terms, “that bug that’s going around.” Said bug is pretty much wreaking havoc on my mental and physical well being.  Sometimes we forget how much our significant others, especially when children are involved, contribute to maintain some semblance of normality in this journey we call life. I remember promising to love The Dress in sickness and in health, but I do not recall anything about her being sick as a mom.  Moms are not allowed to get sick. It’s just not natural. And for The Dress to violate the code, well, you know it’s not good. So I am now head doctor, nurse, dispenser of drugs (approved and in their original containers dear law enforcement friends), carpooler, school note excuse writer, grocery shopper, dinner fixer, dishwasher, bed maker, the “no, I mean go to bed now do you know how many times I’ve asked and how late it is?!” enforcer and a few other things I’ve forgotten. I do not do bottles.  And here it comes. Wait ... Wait ... Almost ... Now ... “Welcome to our world!” says every woman. Okay, I get it. On behalf of all dads, moms, please get well.

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Brrrr-fect morning for a Shamrock Run

Alison Wallace of Bridging the Gap played leprechaun for this year’s ShamRock Run, held Saturday, March 2. Runners didn’t let a few snow flurries stop them from participating.

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Bridging the Gap Participants support outreach program By ALEX MCRAE

Early-rising runners from the seventh annual ShamRock Run, held March 6, beat their feet on the pavement a little harder than usual. Not to break race records. To stay warm. The temperature hovered near the freezing mark when the run began at 8 a.m. and was still in the mid-30s when the last runner crossed the finish line and went in search of hot chocolate. Officials of the Newnan Junior Service League were expecting a big turnout, and were not dissappointed. Running for a good cause encouraged serious spandex-suited racers, plus dogs, children and amateur joggers, to the Court Square to support Bridging the Gap Community Outreach. Events included a 5K, 10K and “Leprechaun Dash,” which consisted of two circuits around the historic 1904 courthouse, an ideal distance for younger athletes. The ShamRock Run also includes a concert to be held March 23 at the Alamo in downtown Newnan and featuring ‘80s cover band M-80s, based in Birmingham. The concert will also include a silent auction featuring items, including a salon gift set, weekend hotel stay, an Arnold Palmer autographed Masters flag, gift cards and various passes to attractions. Tickets to the benefit concert are available for purchase

on the NJSL webpage (njslonline. org) or from any NJSL member for $50 each. Both the 10K and 5K race routes are certified and are among the last qualifying races before the Peachtree Road Race opens for registration. This year’s ShamRock Run also incorporated radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip timing to ensure the most accurate finish times possible. Finish times were posted on an on-site monitor with live results feed. Results were sent to participants via e-mail at the end of the race. All proceeds from the ShamRock Run and benefit concert will support Bridging the Gap, which helps connect potential community donors to those living below the poverty line in Coweta County. Organizers said funds raised will assist BTG in purchasing a van, which will enable the organiza tion to pull a refrigerated trailer to safely transport the 600 to 13,000 pounds of food BTG receives each day from its network of local suppliers. The FDA requires food to be refrigerated during transport, and this van will allow BTG to receive and distribute greater quantities of fresh produce and dairy products and abide by FDA regulations. Having the van will help BTG meet one of its important goals of not only simply feeding its recipients, but also providing them with fresh and nutritious foods.


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Community Heroes

Local heroes are honored during Emergency Services Day at Senoia United Methodist Church. From left are Frank Jones, Billy Swenson, Daniel Kelly, Josh Gould, James McCue, Michelle Worden and Evan Kilgore.

Senoia Methodists honor public safety servants Senoia United Methodist Church appreciates public safety workers. The church showed its appreciation by holding Emergency Services Day.  “In our community there are some people who are absolutely essential to our well-being. Our emergency services personnel are truly some of those special peo-

ple,” said Nathaniel Long, pastor of the church. “We are appreciative because they keep an eye on our property. We are thankful because they speed to our aid when we have an emergency. We are appreciative because they keep our community a safe place for us to live and worship,” he said.

During the service, seven emergency service servants were recognized – Josh Gould, Daniel Kelly, Frank Jones, Evan Kilgore, James McCue, Billy Swenson and Michelle Worden. The service offered an opportunity to “let our emergency personnel know how we really feel,” Long said. “They are in our prayers.”

After the service, youngsters and the young-at-heart got to take a close-up look at fire trucks and police vehicles. At one point, Worden, an officer with the Senoia Police Department, performed a mock arrest of Long. A covered dish meal was also held in honor of the public safety

personnel. The service was held on Sept. 9. In addition to honoring local emergency workers, the time also was one to “remember the sacrifices of those affected by the events of the Sept. 11 World Trade Center attack.”

Dog obedience classes begin March 20 Dog obedience classes begin March 20 at the Coweta County Recreation Department, 39 Hospital Road. Classes are held in the Johnny Brown Building, a heated and airconditioned multi-purpose building. The course is scheduled for 10 weeks, meeting Wednesday evenings from 7-9. Instructor is Vicky Jones, who has more than 43 years of teaching experience with all breeds of dogs, specializing in dogs with behavior and temperament problems. The beginners course is for pet dogs from the age of five months and older. Exercises taught include: heeling on leash with automatic sits, figure eight heeling, stand for examination, heeling off leash with automatic sits, coming on command — on and off leash, sit and down stays — on and off leash, behavior modification and socialization. Children are welcome to bring their pets for class, provided the youngster is physically able to handle the dog and understand and retain lengthy instruction. For information contact Jones, 770-253-1427, or call the Coweta Recreation Department at 770-254-3750.

Flair Continued from Page 1 H. Leon Pitts Jr., are raising an 8-year-old nephew but have no biological children. “I tell my students all the time, ‘You guys are my only children,’” said Pitts, whose Ms. Grundy has made appearances at Black Histor y Month prog ra ms i n Coweta County schools as well. “‘I’ve got to send you home and make sure you come back the next day so I can love you all over again.’ When they see you are sincere about them and their learning, they will want to please you. Once you form that bond and trust, you have them hooked.” Out of character, Pitts said she is “pretty spoiled” but also prays she can do what is in her power to help other people. “When I’m Tracey, just me, I

can be pretty serious and emotional,” she said. “I love people so much I hate to see them hurt. I’ve been taken advantage of but it’s ok. I don’t hold any grudges.” In the classroom – and in and out of character – Pitts uses current events to teach more than just the English language and literature. “We’ll talk about sexting, for instance,” she said. “Is it illegal, and whose fault is it if kids are caught? I bring light to those types of articles because I want to make sure I leave something with the kids, something moral, even though they laughed. I’ve been doing that for almost 26 years, and I have had kids come back and say I’ve taught them not just about literature but about life.”


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Yield: 2 servings (3 mini pizzas per serving) 6 mini pizza crusts cut out from whole wheat pitas, or pre-baked pizza crusts 1/2 cup tomato sauce or your favorite pizza sauce (optional) 1 cup mozzarella cheese Pizza toppings such as pepperoni, black olives, green pepper, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, etc. Preheat oven broiler. Use a cookie cutter to cut pizza crusts that will fit in the wells of a muffin pan. Place one crust in each well. If you want pizza sauce, spoon some onto each crust. Top with a sprinkle of cheese, then some of your favorite pizza toppings. Place muffin pan on the lower rack of the oven, and broil for about 5 minutes, or until the cheese has melted. Remove from oven. Let pizzas cool for a couple of minutes before carefully using a fork to remove them from the pan. Grown-Up Alert: Have an adult help with the broiler, and with removing pizzas from the muffin pan.

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The pitfalls of caffeine consumption are well known, but the various health benefits of caffeine are often overlooked. Excessive caffeine can make a person jittery and unable to fall asleep. However, caffeine can also prevent disease by boosting the immune system. Caffeine is a bitter, white crystalline xanthine alkaloid that acts as a psychoactive stimulant drug. It is a naturally produced plant product that is most often found in coffee beans, tea and cocoa. Whether caffeine addiction is real or not is open for debate; however, regular coffee drinkers who stop drinking coffee have experienced caffeine withdrawal symptoms. Though few might be willing to say with certainty that caffeine is "good" for you, caffeine does have its strong points.

Fights damage-causing free radicals: Free radicals are molecules in the body that can attack healthy cells and cause damage that precipitates disease. Antioxidants are substances that eliminate free radicals in the body. Recent studies have shown that caffeine's antioxidant activity actually fights free radicals quite well. In a study published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, the different chemical mechanisms of caffeine were studied in relation to free radicals. Researcher Jorge Rafael Leon-Carmona of Mexico found that a mechanism called radical adduct formation, or RAF, was the main reason caffeine can protect against damage from free radicals.

Improves memory and brain function:

Harvard University researchers have determined that men who drink four cups of caffeinated coffee a day are half as likely to develop Parkinson's disease as those who don't. The results are believed to be linked to caffeine's stimulation of dopamine production in the body. Dopamine is a brain chemical that is responsible for alertness, problem-solving capabilities and feelings of pleasure. An Austrian study says caffeine can boost cognitive abilities for

about 45 minutes, which means it may help individuals score better on tests or perform better in business meetings. There is also evidence that caffeine can delay or prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease. That's because caffeine can block adenosine receptors in the brain. Adenosine slows down the neurological system so that the body can relax. However, adenosine may also contribute to the buildup of amyloid-beta, a toxic brain plaque that's associated with Alzheimer's disease.

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Although caffeine can cause blood pressure to rise because it constricts the arteries, caffeine does not appear to contribute much to the development of heart disease. In fact, scientists at Brooklyn College found people who drank four cups of caffeinated coffee daily had a 53 percent lower risk of dying of heart disease than those who didn't consume a cup of Joe. Individuals who do not already have hypertension can tolerate moderate coffee drinking, and over time their bodies actually may become accustomed to the temporary rise in blood pressure.



Caffeine is often a hidden component of analgesics. Working in conjunction with the pain medication, caffeine helps the body absorb the pain reliever more efficiently. This requires a smaller amount of the drug and brings relief faster. Some other people surmise that since caffeine is a natural mood booster, it also helps the body to feel better faster. Following this line of thinking, caffeine may help to prevent other pain associated with exercise, fibromyalgia and arthritis.


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