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Coweta’s Dancing Stars benefit right around the corner Annual event benefits The Community Welcome House By STAFF REPORTS staff@newnan.com

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oweta’s Dancing Stars, sponsored by Toyota of Newnan and benefiting The Community Welcome House in Newnan, is right around the corner. Coweta’s Dancing Stars will be held April 17th, 7 pm at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road. The Community Welcome House is a transitional facility that provides shelter for families in need following domestic abuse. The program assists residents with room and board, food, medical care, child care, counseling and much more. The 2013 contestants, who have been rehearsing for months, have been split up between three different dance studios for the first time in the show’s history: Elite Dance Force, Newnan School of Dance and Star Dance Studio. They are: Emily Mitchell – Emily’s Skincare and Spa (dance partner Chad Wood), Thad Spates – Cargill (dance partner Kristi Fenninger), Christy Stout – Moab Fighting Concepts (dance partner Laura Goss), Zane Scarborough – Lighthouse Counseling Center (dance partner Peggy Bern), Jackie Terrail – 85 South (dance partner Dan Ricketts), Mark

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Contestants, from left to right: Emily Mitchell, Thad Spates, Cindy Brooks, Allen Bennett, Kristi Fenninger, Leighann McGuffey, David Kent, Christy Stout, Zane Scarborough, Peggy Bern, Brad Binion, Brandy Lambrou and Ivory Garrett.

Fetner – Springhill Suites Newnan (dance partner Monica Millians), Brandy Lambrou – Wesley Woods (dance partner Callie Schau), Brad Binion – Newnan Utilities (dance partner Leighann McGuffey), Cindy Brooks – Re/Max Results (dance partner Allen Bennett), and David Kent – Cancer Treatment Centers of America (dance partner Ivory Garrett). Tickets are available for the dancing show and available by visiting www.community welcomehouse.org. Tickets purchased on the website will be available the night of the show. For more information, call Judi Alvey at 770-559-2381 (judi_alvey@cable. comcast.com) or Samantha Brazie at 770820-5559 (sbrazie@progressiveac.com). Preferred seating tickets are $20, lower level. General admission tickets are $10, upper level. Tickets are also available for purchase (cash only) at Toyota of Newnan. There are two ways contestants can win this contest: the People’s Choice Awards and Judges Awards. A People’s Choice award will be given to the contestant with the most votes. Each vote costs $1, and fans can vote online by visiting Community Welcome House’s website. As of the most recent count, leaders in the People’s Choice category are Brad Binion, Jackie Terrail and Zane Scarborough.

Taste of Newnan returning April 18 Newnan’s popular Taste of Newnan food festival returns to the Court Square on Thursday, April 18 for the spring edition.   The event showcases local restaurants and caterers and gives attendees the opportunity to sample foods that these businesses do best. The bi-annual “Taste” brings more than 8,000 people into the downtown area for the event, held between the hours of 5 and 8:30 p.m.   All local restaurants and caterers with a physical location in Coweta county are encouraged to partici-

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Salchichas rojos, 14 onzas California

Tocino de pavo, 12 onzas

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Tennessee Pride 8 oz.

4.5 oz. Pkg.

1 lb. Regular or 12 oz. Angel2.4Hair Armour oz. Pkg.

Oscar Mayer 2 oz. Ham or Turkey

Carolina Pride 12 oz.

12 oz. Thick Sliced

John Morrell Smoked 9 oz.

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5.5 oz. Singles

Tocino rebanado, 16 onzas

Gwaltney 16 oz. Pkg.

Salchicha picante o suave fresco estilo Market, 16 onzas

Salchicha ahumado, 40 onzas

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Tennessee Pride 20 ct.

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2.5 lb. Family Pack

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12 oz. Pkg.

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Senoia goes from sleepy town to bustling downtown By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com Senoia just might be the ultimate small town success story. In the 21st century, the eastern Coweta County location has gone from sleepy little town to a verifiable tourist destination bustling with shops and restaurants. In an economic downturn, Senoia continues to grow. A big reason for that is Georgia’s tax incentives for the film and television industry. When film productions began to roll into the state, Senoia, already home to a movie studio, was ready. More than two years before the incentives went into effect, Scott Tigchelaar and Paul Lombardi of Riverwood Studios — now Raleigh Studios Atlanta — began buying vacant lots and buildings in downtown Senoia, and began “The Historic Senoia Project” to redevelop the town, and designed the new facilities to help the city function as a “living backlot” for film productions. Fast forward to 2013, and Main Street is buzzing, filled with new buildings that don’t look new, and plenty of interesting shops and eateries. The town is also bustling with tourists, most of whom are coming to see where scenes from the popular AMC television network series “The Walking Dead” are filmed. Others visit the town to see either the 2010 or 2012 Southern Living Idea Houses, and some want to drop in at country sing-

ing star Zac Brown’s restaurant and performance space. Downtown has been spruced up with a “streetscapes” project, benches, and landscaping — though sometimes that landscaping has to be left to run wild when “The Walking Dead” is filming. The city government has spruced up itself, as well. City Hall has gotten an extensive facelift both inside and out, and the city’s old police station is now the welcome center and a retail space the Senoia Downtown Development Authority leases. Because court and city council meetings no longer had to be held at city hall, the city was able to make changes to the building. “What we did was create a very welcoming and warm public space in the lobby that we feel the citizens of Senoia deserve,” said City Manager Richard Ferry. Senoia’s time in the spotlight shows no sign of ending. “We’re looking forward to another summer of ‘The Walking Dead,’” Ferry said. It’s already been confirmed that portions of season four will be filmed in Senoia; whether filming will be as intense as it was last year isn’t clear yet. Senoia stands in for the walled and zombie-free town of Woodbury, which is prominently featured in season three. Because of the way the town’s new development was designed, businesses can still operate during the filming, for the most part. Shop windows are boarded up in Woodbury, and customers can use the back entrances to the

“The Walking Dead” star Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) and three zombie “walkers” stand outside the gates of the walled city of Woodbury (actually, downtown Senoia) on the cover of the 2013 Georgia Travel Guide.

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buildings to come and go without bothering film crews. The film industry — especially “The Walking Dead” — has brought economic development to Senoia, but it also has created challenges. “That comes with problems that have to be resolved,” Ferry said. “We have to now make decisions about adding parking in downtown.” Tigchelaar has created two

small parking lots in downtown for the use of filming crews, and members of the public use them sometimes, but that’s not enough. Ferry said he remembers, several years ago, they were talking about parking during a planning commission meeting. “One of the council members asked, ‘Wouldn’t that be a great problem to have?’” And now they do. This past Thanksgiving, city employees enjoyed a long four-

at where the development is going day weekend. “We never really had to worry to occur.” too much about that day, a lot of Tigchelaar and Lombardi’s shops weren’t open, people just Historic Development Ventures weren’t coming to town,” Ferry (now Senoia Enterprises) built a said. But on the following Black large parking lot off Seavy Street Friday, the weather was warm several years ago. and people poured into Senoia. It’s built with permeable pavers “We had so many people in that grass can grow through, and town that our trash cans overis almost park-like in appearance. flowed and we weren’t prepared “We think, no matter what, for emptying them” over the we’re going to have to make the holiday weekend, Ferry said. city’s new parking lot look like Right now, the city is beginthe Seavy Street lot,” Ferry said. ning the planning process for the “If we throw down asphalt and new parking options. a detention pond, I think a lot of “We want to see what can be Atlanta;Powers Htg & A/C;B26360;3.792x3-Newnan-Times the logical choice when we look people willHerald be upset.”

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Newnan Centre moving forward By JOHN A. WINTERS john@newnan.com Parks Avery is ready to get his hair back. One could attribute that stress to dealing with a piece of property off Lower Fayetteville Road that, hopefully, will open early this summer. If all goes according to plan, it will become Newnan’s premier multi-use meeting place for everything from weddings to health fairs to employee training to business receptions. The Newnan Centre almost never was, squeaking by in a split vote from the Newnan City Council. Over the past few years, Avery and his fellow Newnan Convention Center Authority members started making plans and watched ground break in August 2011. But in the early months of 2012, the contractor ended up having cash flow problems. The planned opening in April 2012 started getting pushed. Within another couple of months, contractor D.Dean and Associates was fired and worked stopped. The city then started negotiations with the insurance company that bonded D.Dean to recoup funds and get a new contractor. Then Headley Construction out of Newnan was named the new contractor. And then all kinds of latent defects from the previous contractor were found. And then the rain came ... and came. “I’ve been working on this for four or five years,” Avery said. “I used to have hair.” “But this is going to be a proud moment for Newnan,” he added. “When we finally put up that plaque with all the names of the government and committee members who helped see this through, then I am going to get the keys and breathe a huge sigh of relief.” The meeting center, located on

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770-599-1905

Piano

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Recliner

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Homes For Sale

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Mobile Homes For Sale

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3 Homes: 4 BRs, $775 - $875

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