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est Georgia Technical College’s new Coweta c a m p u s o n Tu r k e y Creek Road is poised to open soon a nd bri ng wit h it ma ny new opportunities for Coweta County’s students, industries and community. 

West Georgia Technical College’s new Coweta Campus opening soon

“Newnan has wanted this for a long time,” said WGTC’s president, Dr. Skip Sullivan. “I’m excited that we are bringing this to Newnan and Coweta County. We want to be the first choice of education in Coweta County.” Currently, the new facility consists of two buildings on 38 acres of land. The master plan includes eight total buildings. One building, the state building, consists of classrooms. The second, the Allied Health Building, is being funded but the West Georgia Technical College Fou ndat ion a nd w i l l hou se hea lt h profession programs including ones for emergency medical technician, geriatric care, registered nursing, and physical therapy assisting. The Coweta campus will be the only one currently offering the physical therapy assistant program. Dr. Sullivan also indicated that they hope to have opportunities for other schools to hold classes there, making the new campus

COWETA CAMPUS, page 2

The West Georgia Technical College’s Allied Health Services Building

Teen helps woman find lost wedding ring

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AMERICAN CLASSIC Marjorie Morrow and Kahlil smith show the new camera Morrow presented him.

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Treasured possession returned the owners of the vehicles parked An area teen received an next to unexpected surprise after helpher so ing a woman who’d lost a treathey could sured possession. move On June 13, after leaving a their cars, Kaiser Permanente Medicare but then information seminar at the Marjorie Morrow’s she saw Hampton Inn on Bullsboro ring fell from the sewer her hand and Drive, Marjorie Morrow accidisappeared into drain at the dentally dropped her wedding a parking lot drain corner of ring while walking to her car. outside the Newnan her parking “It just disappeared,” MorHampton Inn. spot. She row said. “I couldn’t find it couldn’t anywhere in the parking lot see the ring down in the drain, or under the car, and when I but had a feeling that it must moved my car, I still didn’t see have been where the ring went. it.” Morrow said that she thought Morrow then went back inside about going back inside to find to ask if there was any way to By WES MAYER wesley@newnan.com

Potato salad is the perfect side dish for a cookout, picnic or potluck

get into the drain. She found the representative who conducted the seminar, Malcolm Tallie, and asked if he could help. They then went to the drain to see if they could locate the ring. That was when Kahlil Smith, a 19-year-old employee of the Hampton Inn, came to the rescue. Smith went out and helped peer down the fouror fivefootdeep drain to look for the ring. Together with Tallie, the two finally saw the glint of something inside, but there was no way for the drain’s metal grate to be opened or pried up. Smith then went inside looking for any tools he could

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u s e to re t r ie ve t he r i n g , Morrow said. After a few trips back and forth, Smith was able to build exactly what he needed using a skinny pole, a clothes hanger and some duct tape. Then with much effort, lying on his stomach on the parking lot and baking in the Georgia heat, he calmly and carefully hooked Morrow’s ring and slowly lifted it to the surface. “It was just a n a ma zi ng sight,” Morrow said. “And, of course, me being a grandmama, I smiled and hugged him. We went back inside and I found the manager and said, ‘Give this young man a raise.’ He seemed to be embarrassed by all the fuss I was making.” “My excitement was not so much about the ring,” Morrow said. “Sure it is valuable to me and worth hundreds of dollars, but it is just an object. I was more amazed by [Smith] and his willingness to help a stranger in need.” As a reward for his help and for completely brightening Morrow’s day, Morrow gave Smith as much cash as she could find on her, wishing she had more to give. She made him promise not to spend

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it on bills or gasoline, but on something he really wanted. According to Sandy Lee, director of sales at the Hampton Inn and Smith’s mentor, the two of them went shoe shopping to buy Smith a new pair of sneakers later that day. Mor row was not done rewarding Smith yet, though. After talking to Lee and the other managers at the hotel, Morrow found out that Smith was not currently in school. After getting in trouble a few times, Smith was not able graduate high school. But he recently began working on school again and passed his General Education Development test through the South Georgia Technical College. Morrow learned that Smith loved taking photographs with his phone and would like to one day be either a photographer or a coach. “So I thought, I am going to find this young man a camera,” Morrow said. When she returned home, Morrow called the Hampton corporate headquarters, wrote on the Hampton Inn website and told everyone she could about Smith. Over the weekend, Morrow bought Smith a camera, and on Tuesday she surprised him with it at the Hampton. Smith, Morrow, Lee and the other hotel managers were overjoyed by the occasion.

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Morrow was sti ll not finished. She also got in touch with two other people to help out Smith in his future endeavors. Tony Mitchell, a photographer at Sharp Eye Video and Photography in Norcross, agreed to a llow Sm it h to shadow him during a photography shoot and provide instruction. And Lula Gilliam of Youth Enhancement Services offered to provide educational plan-

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Life is full of crazy, humbling moments humbling moments, like the time I was at a restaurant and left the bathroom dressed in my Sunday best dragging toilet paper on my other killer heels. T ha n k God some precious God-fearing man came to tell me. Again, I had to laugh and remember that even when dragging toilet paper on a killer pair of heels, they are still a killer pair of heels! Just the other night I had the honor to meet the Mayor of Newnan and his wife and the City Manager and his wife as well. Yes, pictures and smiles and all. Best part was I had a gigantic peppercorn lodged between my teeth.  O k , G o d r e a l l y h a ve n’ t I lea r ned enoug h “ hu m i lity” or “humblences” as my friend Betsy calls it. The best is Winters never even noticed the pepper. I guess he was so enthralled with what the LBD was wearing he never even saw my smile with the pepper. You gotta love it! Humility is a great life lesson for all of us — and remembering to laugh at ourselves is, too. So remember to take a moment to laugh at yourself and whether we are all put together or not God loves our imperfections and I can just hear the Lord saying, “hey, Corby, you are human and whether you have a price tag on your shoe, or you are escorting toilet paper from the bathroom on you heels, or you have a gigantic pepper between your teeth, I love you just the same and you are beautiful to me no matter what.” Dea r f r iends , my l i fe i s wacky. I have pictures to prove it. I know that and I do not claim to be any different. I have my own thorns in the flesh that I struggle with, embarrassing moments to live with and a wonderful family and friends to share it with. We certainty have perfect moments, but our lives are anything other than perfect. So to all the other LBD’s out there, I pray you will remember that no matter how crazy your life may appear in pictures or in real life, God uses all of our stories, the good, the bad, the ugly and yes, even the wacky, to give glory and honor to him — whether you are all put together or not.

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Sometimes it is easy to look at others’ lives and think they seem so perfect and have it all together. Well, that may be true until they look at mine. Winters sometimes finds it just a tad hard being married to a former pageant queen. Most of the time we are just regular gals, but we do have a few pesky quirks. We love to dress up any chance we can and almost never leave the house without makeup. Thank God Winters loves that. But I also have the sense to not take heels camping, thank you very much!  But The LBD is also very particular when it comes to photos. It’s driven Winters crazy for years. Photos last a lifetime — good or bad. Every woman knows that. So there is an “unwritten photo code” with my friends: take it, check it, then delete and take again if it is not acceptable for all other eyes to see.  But now we have “ tags.” Those goofy pictures posted on Facebook. The ones you haven’t proofed and you look anything but great. For the LBD, that is usually when camping with Winters and The SONs, then the comments start rolling in like, “You look great” or “You look so happy.” Camping and “you look great” usually don’t go hand in hand. And good hair day is non-existent. I promise you have never seen a women run so fast in all your life to hit the delete button!  My dear buddies and I took a zillion pictures while I was serving as chaplain at the Miss Oklahoma pageant a couple of weeks ago. These are the dear friends who know the “photo code.” But sometimes, even with all the best proof ing, things get by.  Life can be full of humbling moments. For me it was while wearing a purple dress sitting back with my heels kicked up on the white leather chair at the pageant. I love this picture for many reasons, but most of all because smack dab on the bottom of my fabulous heels, I mean really, fabulous heels, clear as day you can see I never removed the price tag. I have had a million laughs about this so I decided to share the picture of the price tag with the world. Laughing is good for the soul. Yes, life is full of crazy and

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Which makes it an ideal spot to escape the crowds and enjoy relaxing activities like gathering “magic” mushrooms and poaching protected critters. That’s exactly what five dudes were doing when they were busted at Little Econ by Florida Fish and Wildlife officials who caught them roa m i ng t he pi nes bea ring backpacks bulging with marijuana, hallucinogenic mushrooms and a two-foot alligator. The dudes were locked up and the gator was set free and the bust made all the local papers. That means the mushroom-eating, gatorthieving crowd won’t be visiting for a while, making Little Econ State Forest the perfect getaway. It’s a definite maybe. Of course, once you leave the beach breezes behind, summertime Florida is basically a tropical crock pot featuring blistering heat, brutal humidity and mosquitoes the size of hummingbirds. Which makes tourist-free northern destinations a n attractive option. The perfect place might be Preston, Minnesota. Preston is home to about 1,300 folks and sits on the Root River in southeastern Minnesota. It’s close to Austin, Mn., home of Hormel Foods, the makers of Spam.

Better yet, Preston is relatively free of gophers. Mostly because there is a bounty on the notso-cute critters that drove Bill Murray crazy in “Caddyshack.” I didn’t glean this nugget from the Min nesota Tourism Commission, but from a police report announcing that a local mother and son had been busted for stealing frozen gopher feet. When’s the last time that happened in your home town? Thought so. The theft was reported by a trapper who told cops several bags of gopher feet had been stolen from his freezer. Off icers checked a ll t he nea rby tow ns t hat offered bou nt ie s for gopher s a nd quickly discovered that Tina Marie Garrison and her son, Junior Lee Dillon, had cashed in almost five grand worth of frozen feet. Since frozen gopher feet — or thieves —aren’t an ideal tourist attraction, Preston might be the perfect getaway. Especially when the Spam Museum and Visitor Center is open. Of course, nothing beats vis-

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Yield: 2 quarts 4 pounds Idaho potatoes, peeled 1 pound bacon, crisply cooked, and chopped into 1/2-inch pieces (fat reserved, if desired) 4 ounces unsalted butter, softened 1/2 cup chopped green onions 2 cups grated or shredded cheddar cheese 1 1/2 cups sour cream (regular or low-fat) 1 tablespoon black pepper 1 teaspoon salt Cook whole potatoes in boiling, unsalted water until tender. Refrigerate until chilled, then chop into 1-inch pieces. Transfer potatoes to a large bowl along with the remaining ingredients and thoroughly combine. Add some of reserved bacon fat if desired. Chill at least 2 hours before serving. Adjust season­ing prior to serving.

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