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urtis and Janet Potts have seen lots of d rea ms come tr ue — together — over the course of their lives. March 8 will always be a hallmark date for them. On that day, the sweethearts since middle school days saw their dream of home ownership become a reality. They signed closing papers for their Habitat for Humanity home. Immediately afterward a small but joyously emotional celebration was held at their home on Belt Road. Janet told the story of how she and Curtis had been sweethearts in middle and high school while both attended schools in Newnan. Then they drifted apart and went in different directions. After bringing up separate families, Curtis and Janet found each other again — just over five years ago and decided to marry. “Curtis has always wanted to buy me my own home and he works so hard. Habitat has made our dream come true,” Janet said. Their fifth wedding anniversary was a week later on March 16. Both first-time homeowners, they were presented with Habitat’s symbolic house blessing gifts: flowers, to ensure their home is always filled with beauty, a candle to always have light, bread so they’ll never be hungry, salt to bring spice to their home, sparkling cider so joy will always surround them and most

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Curtis and Janet Potts sign closing documents for their Habitat for Humanity home at the law firm of Morris, Hardwick and Schneider.

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importantly the Holy Bible to ensure their home will be filled with all the blessings of Jesus. A laundry basket full of household products for the home was collected and donated by students and parents at the Odyssey School. The Potts also received a cup-holder handcrafted by clients at the Rutledge Center.  Anne Bell, a member of NewnanCoweta Habitat for Humanity’s board is the board liaison for the local family selection committee. Bell welcomed everyone to the house blessing ceremony and congratulated the Potts on their successful journey to homeownership.  “Habitat Homes are not free,” said Leslie Merriman, executive director of Newnan-Coweta Habitat. “Homes are sold to pre-qualified families, with a nointerest/no-profit loan.” In order to be approved as a future Habitat homeowner, family partners (future homeowners) must meet several criteria. They must show ability to pay a 20-year mortgage with a long-term debt/income ration of lower than 40 percent, and they must have recent, verifiable, on-time rent payment history. They also must be able to make a $900 escrow payment before closing on the home. In addition, family partners must “be willing to partner with Habitat by HABITAT, Page 6

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Georgia State Patrol Trooper First Class Jason McClung, Corp. Katie Thompson and TFC Ross Buchan were some of the first people to arrive at the Public Safety Appreciation Luncheon. “We love Miss Norma,” said McClung, referring to lunch coordinator Norma Haynes. By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

Coweta’s public safety workers were feted at the annual Public Safety Appreciation Luncheon, held at the Coweta County Fairgrounds. All public safety workers, from police and firefighters to judges, probation officers, public safety dispatchers and forest rangers, were invited to the luncheon, which featured barbecue and a long table filled with desserts — most homemade. The recently held event was the 1 5t h a n nua l luncheon, a nd was the culmination of Public Safety Appreciation Week.

“I want to tell y’all how thankful I am for each and every one of you,” said Norma Haynes, who is the driving force behind the event. “You don’t know how much it means to me to see my children having a wonderful time,” she added. Hay nes t ha n ked her com m ittee who put the event together, and those who cooked the food. Dennis McEntire and a crew from Newnan Utilities cooked the barbecue, and the rest of the food was provided by the Coweta County Prison. Inmates from the prison helped serve, and one provided live piano music during the luncheon. Also helping serve were various city and county offi-

cials and local volunteers. “I have to t ha n k t he Coweta County citizens who brought that long table of desserts,” Haynes said. “I hope you will know they love you and they appreciate you.” “You are in my heart and my prayers every day of my life,” Haynes told those assembled. “I consider each one of you my precious child.” Coweta Sheriff Mike Yeager also spoke. “Look around. You’ll see your brothers and sisters of public safety. It’s great that we can have a time to LUNCHEON, Page 6

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The Main Street Newnan program has been designated as an accredited National Main Street Program for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Main Street Center, a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Each year, the National Main Street Center and its partners announce the list of accredited Main Street programs that have built strong revitalization organizations and demonstrate their ability in using the Main Street Four Point Approach methodology for strengthening their local economy and protecting their historic buildings. “We congratulate this year’s nationally accredited Main Street programs for meeting our established performance standards,” said Valecia Crisa fulli, acting director of the National Main Street Center. “Accred ited Ma i n

Street programs are meeting the challenges of the downtown in the economy head on and are successfully using a focused, comprehensive revitalization strategy to keep their communities vibrant and Main Street receives national accreditation sustainable.” “The Main Street staff and Membership have worked very hard to maintain this important distinction. I am excited to see so many business owners in Historic Downtown Newnan that believe in the preservation of the downtown area,” said Scott Waller, president of the Main Street Board. Participating communities have created 473,535 net new jobs and 109,693 net new businesses, and rehabilitated more than 236,418 buildings, leveraging an average of $18 in new investment for every dollar spent on their Main Street district revitalization efforts.

Summit Y offering water safety class Registration is open until May 22. Entry is $15 for members and $20 for non-members. The tournament includes a cookout, match play, and awards. S u m m i t Fa m i l y Y M C A Summer Camp is still accepting applications for the Newnan site as well as the Fayette Outdoor YMCA site. Summer camp is available for 10 weeks and campers will enjoy swimming, recreation, tennis, group games, arts and crafts, active learning, live skills, and team building. For more information contact the YMCA at 770-254-9622.

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Find the time It is said one never realizes what they have until they lose it. That realization can haunt one forever. Yet every now and then, grace shows up. Sometimes, you get another chance. I am lucky. Yet it has taken me more than 30 years. I had excuses — too far away, in the middle of a major project or new book coming out. Always something. The something was the wrong answer. And so I made amends. There were — a nd still are — sixteen of us. The fact we are all still alive after 32 years beats statistical averages. Yet we are not immune from those statistics. There are a few divorces, a remarriage or two. No one cares. We are human. The wives, the second wives, the new girlfriends, all are welcome in this circle. It is but a small part of why I have always loved these guys. No one cared who you were those decades ago; none care who you are now. Just that you are you, and you are here. You are part of the Brotherhood. The Phi Delts of Washington and Lee’s Class of ‘85 are together again. And that is all that matters. Two are missing. One is helping his wife with recent battles against cancer. The second sent a photo from a beach in another country, celebrating his 25th anniversary with his wife. Both excused. Both missed. Thirty-two years ago we pledged a fraternity. Some of us knew a fellow pledge or two from high school. Others of us were in the dark. Yet we bonded together through the hells of being a pledge. Try drinking a yard of beer within a time limit and still stand. Eating peanut butter out of the armpit of another human other than your wife, passing a single egg without breaking the yolk mouth to mouth creates, I don’t know, some weird bond.

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And so we bonded and did stupid things only a bunch of 18-year-olds can come up with. Our decision to revolt and kidnap our “pledge trainers,” strip them, cover them with molasses and feathers and tie them to a tree in front of one of the area’s women’s colleges is such an example. We paid for that. Our pledge masters probably had a better night. Traditions were started with our class. The Nude Phi, where some crazy pledges decided to run down the stairs stark naked after being g r a nte d ent r a nce to ou r sacred fraternity, is one. I will never reveal those names and honestly, only heard about it after the fact. Swear. And there was the dictionary written on the bathroom walls ... It was hard. What were 16 guys attending an all-male school supposed to do surrounded by f ive women’s colleges? And so we gathered these many years later. A weekend in New Orleans, eating at two of the best restaurants in town. We had our own private room at each, just the guys and the ladies. And the stories were told, and retold. To the Little Black Dress’s credit, she only raised her eyebrows once or twice. I was always honest about my past to her, but hearing it from another’s perspective is always quite enlightening. The stories had new elements as well, stories on a myriad of kids. Our legacy. Photos were shared, check-ins with children made by text. Truly a new age.

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The first night the Oracle recited “I Am The Nation,” as he did many years ago at our spaghetti dinners. We are not sure how that really started, but he found some poster with the words and it just became a tradition. We have a lot of those traditions. Cherished ones. The next day the ladies, all in festive hats, went to lunch on their own. The male species of us hit an oyster bar and more stories were retold. The second night Oracle gave the invocation. He said what needed to be said. He thanked God we are here. We are alive. To remember what we had. To remember what we have. He spoke for all of us, as he always does. It was an incredible weekend. One so remarkable that, at times, it felt we just woke up and it was yet another day at the fraternity house. Yet we were older; most were finally getting a hairline to match mine of decades ago. There were the offspring back at home. It i s ra re to h ave such friends. It is an honor to call them that. Too often we let what we have slip away. Don’t be that fool. Make the call. Find the time. Live life as if today is it. It may be. And so to my fellow brethren, I end with the famous quote of The Fat Poet, “I was still ...” The rest remains to them. To B i l l , D a r b y, D a n , Marshall, Matt, Tom, Cole, Charlie, Clayton, Reynolds, Billy, Charlie, Lee, Peter and Gil: YITB (John A. Winters is general manager of The Newnan Times-Herald. Follow the adventures at justflipthedog. com. You can reach him at john@newnnan.com)

Fo u r ye a r s , a g o a s t h e debate raged over a 2,700page legislative abomination called Obamacare, few people — including every last member of Congress — had the time or desire to read the bill before it became law. T h at wa sn’t a problem , according to Speaker of the House Na nc y Pelosi , who famously said, “We have to pass the bill so you can find out what’s in it.” The bill passed. We’re finally finding out what’s in it. If you’ve ever looked at the bottom of an outhouse, you have a clue. The new law promised to insure everyone. It doesn’t. We were told insurance prem iu m s wou ld si n k fa ster than the Titanic. Prices have soared. As for keeping your own doctor? Maybe. That is, if your doctor is still in business. O n c e i t w a s c le a r t h a t Obamacare would make practicing medicine more burdensome and less lucrative, thousands of aspiring doctors dumped their medical school plans and followed the money, opening tattoo parlors and medical marijuana shops. To offset the inevitable physician shortage, Obamacare officials proposed authorizing medical professionals without MD degrees —including physician’s assistants, nurse practitioners and pharmacists — to diagnose minor illness, write prescriptions and manage the treatment of some chronic diseases, including diabetes. I hope it happens. I’d be thrilled to death to let my pharmacist Bobby Lee manage my diabetes. Especially after my last experience with a diabetic “specialist.” Severa l yea rs ago I wa s referred to a really good doctor who said if I took a snazzy new drug and tightened up on the diet I could quit stabbing myself with insulin three times a day. It worked like a charm. Then, a change in insurance coverage forced a change of doctors. And not for the better.

es. It’s not likely to get better soon. That’s bad news for patients. But it may be good news for makers of the RP Vita robot, which was just approved for use in seven hospitals in the Alex U.S. and Mexico. McRae Robot doctors? In real life? Beam me up, dude. When I think of robots I think of the gadget from “Lost in Space” who said, “Danger, Among other things, diabe- danger, Will Robinson.” Sounds about right. tes causes problems with one’s “Danger” would be my iniextremities. Feet are especially troublesome. Any diabetes tial reaction if saw the Tin doc worth his diploma will Man coming toward me sportcheck your feet to make sure ing a stethoscope and wearing a rubber glove. they are still attached. T he robo - doc a l le ged ly Not this one. As soon as my co-pay cleared the credit card allows doctors and patients machine, he sat me down and to “interact” by using an iPad and a video screen. Hopefully, asked how I felt. the screen will not be play“Fine.” He asked if my blood sugar i ng Ch ia Pet com mercia ls between “interactions.” was under control. But even if the robo-docs “Pretty much.” Near the end of my six-min- are kind, caring and compeute exam he asked if I had lost tent, there are certain procedures I dislike when perany feeling in my feet. formed on me by a human. I I wasn’t sure and said so. Instead of actually examin- don’t intend to let a robot lay ing my feet, Dr. Death said, hands on me, no matter how “Let me ask you this ... if I sick I am. Besides, I once dropped a stomped on your foot would really good doctor because his you feel it?” I wondered if he’d feel it if I cologne made me nauseous. I’m certainly not going to kicked him in the crotch. Instead of finding out, I left. tolerate one that smells like I’m now shopping for new WD-40. (send your email comments doctors. Mother Hubbard’s to: alexmmcrae@gmail.com) cupboa rd had more choicAtlanta;Powers Htg & A/C;B26360;3.792x3-Newnan-Times Herald

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Prep time: 20 minutes Total time: 2 hours, 50 minutes Serves: 16 1 box (1 lb. 2.4 oz.) Supreme premium brownie mix Water, vegetable oil and egg called for on brownie mix box 1 package (8 oz.) cream cheese, softened 1/3 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups sliced fresh strawberries 1 cup fresh blueberries 1 cup fresh raspberries 1/2 cup apple jelly Preheat oven to 350°F (325°F for dark or nonstick pan). Grease bottom only of 12-inch pizza pan with cooking spray or shortening. Make brownie batter as directed. Spread in pan. Bake 26 to 30 min­utes or until toothpick inserted 2 inches from side of pan comes out almost clean. Cool completely, about 1 hour. In small bowl, beat cream cheese, sugar and vanilla with electric mixer on medium speed until smooth. Carefully spread mixture evenly over brownie base. Arrange berries over cream cheese mixture. Stir jelly until smooth; brush over berries. Refrig­erate about 1 hour or until chilled. Cut into wedges. Store covered in refrigerator.

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Feta, olives and tomatoes give a ready-in-30-minutes pasta salad its classic Greek inspiration. Prep time: 15 minutes Total time: 25 minutes Serves: 10 1 box Suddenly Salad® classic pasta salad mix Water and oil called for on salad mix box 4 cups torn romaine lettuce 2 medium tomatoes, coarsely chopped (1 1/2 cups) 1 small cucumber, coarsely chopped (1 cup) 1/2 cup thinly sliced red onion, slices cut in half 1 can (2 1/4 oz.) sliced ripe olives, drained 4 oz. crumbled feta cheese (1 cup) Make pasta as directed on box. In large bowl, stir together season­ing mix, water and oil. Stir in pasta and remaining ingredients except cheese. Sprinkle with cheese. Serve immediately, or refrigerate.

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Prep time: 25 minutes Total time: 1 hour, 35 minutes Serves: 16 1 box (1 lb. 2.4 oz.) Supreme premium brownie mix Water, vegetable oil and egg called for on brownie mix box 2 cups miniature marshmallows 4 graham crackers, broken into small pieces 2 milk chocolate candy bars, broken into 1-inch squares Preheat oven to 350°F (325°F for dark or nonstick pan). Make brownies as directed. After remov­ing pan from oven, set oven to broil. Immediately sprinkle marshmallows and graham crackers over warm brownies. Broil about 4 to 5 inches from heat 30 to 60 seconds or until marshmallows are golden brown. (Watch carefully, marsh­mallows and graham crackers will brown quickly.) Sprinkle with chocolate candy. To serve warm, cool about 30 minutes. Cut into 4 rows by 4 rows.

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Prep time: 20 minutes Total time: 50 minutes Serves: 6 1 box Suddenly Salad® classic pasta salad mix Water and oil called for on salad mix box 1 cup diced red bell pepper 1 cup blueberries 1/3 cup feta cheese, crumbled Prepare pasta according to package directions. Stir in remaining ingre­dients, except feta, mixing well with pasta salad dressing. Sprinkle feta over salad. Refrigerate at least 30 minutes before serving.

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come together and we don’t have to sit as this agency and this agency and this agency.” He asked everyone to seek out Haynes or a committee member and thank them or give them a hug. “I already got hugs,” said Haynes. “I didn’t let them come in the door [without one].”

“As usual, it’s a wonderful event,” said Newnan Fire Department Captain Damon Rosser. Rosser thanked Haynes after his lunch. “That’s our mom,” he said. Grantville Police Chief Doug Jordan and his assistant, Kelli Clark, attended their first luncheon. “I think it’s very nice they have put it together for law enforcement,” Jordan said. “Law enforcement and public safety never gets enough thank yous, never gets enough praise. And this is really nice.” “Everything was wonderful and we’re

all very thankful,” said Coweta County Sheriff’s Deputy David Wisniewski. “And now I’m going to pig out.” “It was awesome,” said Marty Kaplan of the Newnan Police Department. “We appreciate it,” said NFD Sgt. Vick Kline. “It’s very nice that they do this for us,” said Leslie Grabensteder, coordinator for Coweta County’s DUI Court. Former police officer Thomas Howard volunteered at the dessert table. “I had so much fun,” he said. “I love it.”

attending mandatory Habitat orientation, perform required sweat equity hours and attend Successful Homeowner classes in home management and home maintenance skills,” Merriman said. In addition, the family must show a need for housing and live or work in Coweta or Fayette County one year prior to applying. After applying for a Habitat home, the average time span prior to getting the keys to a home is 9-18 months.  “Owning a Habitat home is not an immediate process,” Merriman noted after visiting with the Potts in their new residence. “This blessing for the Potts took time and effort on their part, and the journey to home ownership is not always an easy one, especially in today’s economy.” Pastor Sara Brooks offered words of blessing at the Potts’ home. In addition to Merriman and Bell, those from Habitat participating were Scott Alrutz, construction manager; Sharon Evans, ReStore manager; Tom Fulton, board member; Melanie Frazier, volunteer coordinator; and Tammy Stover, staff. Others present for the special day included Virgil Brooks, Jack Madliac and Raleigh Wood.

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