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Coweta students excel in Science Olympiad By Celia Shortt

Coweta County students continue to excel in many a re a s , a nd recent ly, fou r schools placed at the regional Science Olympiad compet it ion a nd w i l l represent Coweta County at the state competition. The Science Olympiad is a nationally recognized program that gives students an opportunity to experience the practical applications of science. Teams of 15 students cross-train to prepare for 23 different events, dealing with mechanical engineering, technology, genetics, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, and earth science. Coweta Cou nt y Schools have a successful history at Science Olympiad, this year’s regional competition included. All three high schools — East Coweta, Newnan, and Northgate — had medal winners in multiple events. Northgate finished fourth in a regional event and will represent Coweta County at the state competition in March. M a d r a s M i d d l e S c h o ol placed second at the middle school regional competition and will also represent Coweta at the state competi-

tion. Newnan Crossing Elementary school and Brooks Elementary School placed first and second at their regional competition and will represent Coweta in May at the state elementary school Science Olympiad competition. The Science Olympiad is special not only in that it fosters a spirit of competition for students, but also in that cultivates the spirit of volunteerism. High school students play integral roles, as more than 50 students from all Coweta high schools and the CEC have contributed to the competitions. Usually high school students help develop opportunities for the elementary and middle school teams. High school students also give up their Saturdays to judge events and help coach elementary and middle school science olympians. They even shared advice and encouragement with the younger kids and helped hand out medals to the winners. The Coweta County School System currently has 15 different Science Olympiad teams in three different divisions — elementary, middle, and high school. ECHS has one of the largest programs in Georgia with three full teams com-

peting yearly plus a number of students supporting the competition teams. Six of the Coweta elementary schools also have teams — Brooks, Poplar Road, Newnan Crossing, Ruth Hill, and White Oak. Coweta County also has four middle schools which field a team — East Coweta Middle School, Lee Middle School, Madras Middle School, and Smokey Road Middle School.

ABOVE: East Coweta High School students Yusra Anwar, left, and Sydney Bollinger showcase their medals from the high school regional Science Olympiad competition. LEFT: Madras Middle School student William Meeks shows off his award at the regional Science Olympiad competition.

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Dr. Kay Crosby (right) discusses one of her patients with volunteer RN Bonnie Umberger at Coweta Samaritan Clinic. The clinic treats uninsured adult residents of Coweta County who meet defined household income guidelines.

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Justin Timineri, execu­tive chef and culinary ambas­sa­dor, Florida Department of Agricul­ture and Consumer Services. “My favorite recipe for them is to simply ‘Rinse, eat and repeat.’”

Medical clinic earns 11Alive Community Service Award By Bradley Hartsell

Kay Crosby felt compelled to change her life and medical

practice after being guided by a strong calling. Crosby, a medical doctor, practiced at the PAPP Clinic in Newnan for 20 years. After traveling with her church on several mission trips, Crosby began to understand how rewarding it was to treat people in need. “It made me see the world

differently a nd our community differently, as well,” Crosby said. When she worked a church medical clinic, Crosby said she found a woman with a blood sugar level greater than 300 and realized there was nowhere in Newnan for this

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Newnan screen on the green First Avenue Park April 4 7:30 p.m.

Disney's 'Frozen' will be featured for all to enjoy — ­ free!— at the public park on First Avenue. Movie beins at 8 p.m.

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Pickin' on the square Downtown Newnan April 5 & 19 11 a.m.

Join us for Pickin' on the Square! A ll musicia ns a re i nvited to come down to Newnan’s Historic Courthouse Square and play. All music genres and skill levels are welcome. Acoustic only.

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community blood drive Downtown Newnan April 8 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

The blood drive will be held in the parking lot of the Courthouse at 72 Greenville Street. There will be two blood mobiles in the parking lot.

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spring taste of newnan Downtown Newnan April 24 5 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Join us for downtowns most popular event. Coweta restaurants and caterers show off their best eats.

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We are all about your health Everyone seems to be on a health kick these days. M aybe it ’s bec au se t he weather is finally warming up. The Little Black Dress, for instance, has restarted her “around the neighborhood walks,” toting her little snowball of fur along with her. I have on occasion joined her, simply to try and tame Gigantor, a behemoth mix of various wolf and bear species, so that the LBD can handle him on a leash as well. But it’s not only people getting into the groove — companies are pushing the health kick as well. Not too long ago, CVS, one

of the nation’s biggest pharmacy chains, announced that it was going to stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products starting in the fall. “Ending the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products at CVS/pharmacy is the right thing for us to do for our customers and our company to help people on their path to better health,” Larry J. Merlo, president and CEO of CVS Caremark, said in a statement. “Put simply, the sale of tobacco products is inconsistent with our purpose.” Health gurus, and even the president, were quick to praise the company.


“As one of the largest retailers and pharmacies in America, CVS Caremark sets a powerful example, and today’s decision will help advance my administration’s efforts to reduce tobacco-related deaths, cancer, and heart disease, as well as bring down health care costs — ultimately saving lives and protecting untold numbers of families from pain and heartbreak for years to come,” Obama was quoted as saying.

Fear factor The screams started just after sundown. Decades later, the victims still swear this was a horror even a first-rate fortune teller could not have predicted. It should have been a routine overnight outing. The two campers weren’t experts in wilderness survival, but they knew how to pitch a tent, start a fire, watch the stars show off and savor the wonders of the great outdoors. The campsite was in safe territory. The most threatening critter encounter would likely be a face-off with a raccoon, possum or gopher. The tent was pitched just in time to watch a gorgeous deep summer sunset. An hour later, the campers were cloaked in darkness. The attack started without warning. The hollering was hard to miss. The victims shot out of the tent like Fourth of July bottle rockets, screaming their lungs out, desperate for

help. They weren’t desperate for long. Mostly because the tent was pitched in my backyard. The “outdoorsmen” were my son and his best buddy. They were maybe 6 or 7. When we realized the kids had basically been scared of the dark, everyone relaxed. “Aw, they’re just kids,” we said. “Probably heard a squirrel scratching around. Maybe a passing possum.” But the boys swore they had been attacked by a crazed beast. They didn’t just describe the creature. They named it. It wasn’t Bigfoot or Godzilla. The attacker was the neighb o r ’s c a t , M e a t b a l l , a k a “Meaty.” Meatball was an undistinguished beast, nice enough and generally willing to mind his own business. Meaty showed a little attitude when tested, but didn’t have a reputation for assault and cattery. Even if Meaty had attacked,

ALEX mcrae the damage would have been minor. At the time of the incident Meaty was roughly a thousand years old and down to three legs. Not exactly an apex predator. The cruel label of “scaredy cat” hovered over the boys for weeks. One of them finally said, “Enough.” My son, Hunter, shed the

T his, of course, coming from a man who admits to still sneaking an occasional cigarette himself, what he calls as “falling off the wagon.” But not to be outdone, nearly 30 attorney generals from various states have jumped on the no-more-selling-cigarettes bandwagon. They’ve even sent letters to Walmart, Kroger Rite Aid, Walgreens and Safeway, asking them to join the CVS plan. “Pha rmacies a nd dr ug stores, which increasingly market themselves as a source for community health care, send a mixed message by continuing to sell deadly tobacco products,” New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says in a news release. “The

fact that these stores profit from the sale of cigarettes and tobacco must take a backseat to the health of New Yorkers and customers across the country. I urge these companies to do the right thing and remove tobacco products from store shelves.” I’m one of t hose who believes companies have the right to sell, or not sell, whatever they want — provided they don’t discriminate in their decision. Anyway. I stopped off at the local CVS the other day because I needed some contact solution. I walked down one aisle loaded with every kind of snack you could ask for. Cheetos, Fritos, Pringles, beef jerky — including teriyaki and extra

spicy flavors — and good old Lays potato chips. You know, the kind that are impossible to eat just one. That was followed by a myriad of various candy bars, including my favorites, Junior Mints and Reeses. I did stop at the wine section to pick up a bottle of chardonnay, although it wasn’t chilled. That was reserved for the beer, which I declined. Although Vienna sausages or those cheese crackers always go well with a frosty, and they were nearby. Walking down that aisle, I recalled that statement from the CEO of CVS about wanting to “help people on their path to better health.” S om e t h i n g tel l s m e h e missed a couple of aisles.

mask of shame and vowed n e ve r to c ower b efore a kitty again. As far as I know, he hasn’t. He even stood his ground against my 22-pound orange giant, George. My boy fears no feline. You can’t say the same for a Portland, Oregon, man who recently called 911 to rescue him. From his very own cat. Lee Palmer said the trouble started when his huge Himalayan, Lux, scratched Palmer’s 7-month-old infant. The minor damage was covered with a single SpongeBob Band-Aid, but a furious Palmer kicked the cat for terrorizing the toddler. Lux did what cats do when a t t a c k e d . He h i s s e d a n d

screeched a nd ju mped at Palmer, who said, “He just went over the edge.” Palmer grabbed the baby, his girlfriend and the family dog and barricaded everyone in a bedroom. Then he called 911 as Lux snarled and screamed just outside the door. On the 911 tape, Palmer says, “He’s charging us. He’s at our bedroom door.” Palmer also said that the cat had “a history of violence.” Cops came. The kitty was cornered in the kitchen. Lux went to cat jail and the family went free. The story made the rounds. It provided a bit more evidence of the growing wimpiness of

American men. Can you imagine Daniel Boone or General George Patton running from Garfield? The Palmers decided they’ll take the cat back, but only after Lux undergoes anger management “therapy.” Really. While the cat’s in therapy maybe Palmer should follow suit and seek treatment himself. A manhood transplant sounds about right. Or maybe not. Palmer isn’t Nav y SE A L m ater i a l , but considering his lack of backbone, he’d make a perfect U.S. Congressman. America is still the land of the free. But the home of the brave? You tell me.

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woman to be treated. “God put it on my heart and I left my practice of 20 years. I started Coweta Samaritan Clinic with a group of people, and with the support of this wonderful community,” Crosby said. “It’s been a blessing to see it all come together. It’s been wonderful to see such great support from the community.” On April 22, Crosby’s efforts will be recognized with an 11Alive Community Service Award for her work with the Coweta Samaritan Clinic. Since its inception, the free clinic has become a place for those uninsured to receive proper medical care. Crosby says before the clinic, the uninsured would go to the hospital emergency room for nonemergency care and, in many cases, receive temporary treatments for chronic illnesses. Crosby hopes now those in need can take the proper steps to achieve care they wouldn’t otherwise have had access to. “Our hope is that the uninsured are coming here for their medical home, not using the ER,” she said. The benefits of having such a clinic aren’t felt by Crosby alone. Alice Jackson, recently retired county nurse manager, said among her proudest professional moments was her role in establishing the Samaritan clinic in the former Coweta County Health Department building on Jackson Street. “To be involved with the Coweta Sa m a r ita n Cl i n ic was probably my most proud accomplish ment,” Jackson said. “Everyone associated with the clinic is thrilled that Kay is being recognized with such a prestigious award,” said the clinic’s executive director, Lou

Graner. “She is a most worthy recipient. Kay Crosby is not only an excellent internist, she is a humble, compassionate, selfless servant leader. Her work is a great blessing to our community.” Crosby said her eyes have been opened even more to the need Coweta has for proper medical care for the uninsured. Last year alone, the clinic had 2,100 patient visits, with the patient base now exceeding 700 people. “It’s revealed part of our community that people aren’t awa re ex ists , people who struggle to meet the need of daily living,” said Crosby. “I think most people have comfortable lives, and many are not aware of the needs of so many in the community. This clinic has brought awareness to those with great need, not only for health care and also other community support.” The free clinic, which has just three-and-a-half employees and relies on volunteers, donations, grants and foundations, has most of its patients 200 percent at the federal pov-

erty level or below. Crosby knows the clinic, with the expensive nature of health care, couldn’t do the good work it’s being honored for without a strong local backing. “I am overwhelmed at how well the community has supported the clinic. We couldn’t have done it without them,” she said. With more patients coming in who learn about the Samaritan Clinic, Crosby takes pride in the 11Alive Community Service award. The awards program will air on WXIA on Saturday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m. and again on WATL on Sunday, April 27 at 1 p.m. “I’m so honored, and very humbled,” Crosby said of the award. “We met the other honorees, and it was amazing to hear the wonderful things each person being honored was doing and how they were serving. “Everyone at the clinic has been very excited. I hope it will bring focus to the good works being done in free clinics, not just here, but all over the state. It’s all been very exciting.”

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Batson-Cook building $48 million addition to CTCA Batson-Cook Construction of West Point, Ga., is currently building a new $48 million addition to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southeastern Regional Medical Center in Newnan. The hospital, which was constructed by Batson-Cook and completed in 2012, is being upgraded with the addition of 121,000 square feet of new space and 30,000 square feet of remodeled space. The construction work can be seen from Interstate 85 at the site of the facility on Parkway North, between the interstate and Newnan Crossing Bypass. Steel has been going up in recent weeks. “After the successful completion of the original hospital, we are pleased to have been asked to return to the campus for this major expansion,” said Randy Hall, president and CEO of BatsonCook. “These new additions will add much-needed space for the hospital to further its mission of offering the highest possible level of care for their patients.” Batson-Cook will renovate

CTCA in four phases while the hospital maintains operations within its existing facility. The project will include construction of two vertical additions: the Inpatient Expansion Project, which will add 25 new patient rooms and a penthouse to the facility, and the Clinic Expansion Project. The Clinic Expansion Project, an addition of four-stories and a penthouse, will envelop the hospital’s existing clinic and infusion areas, as construction will take place both above and adjacent to the current structure. A one-stor y Surger y E x pa n sion is a lso u nder way, adding two new operating rooms, post-anesthesia bays and sterile area spaces in its confines. The Radiation Therapy Expansion, to be built adjacent to the current facility, will feature one new vault to house a Varian Edge radiosurgery system and additional offices, clinical space and enhancements to the existing central energy plant to accommodate the added space.

Christian Cullen of Newnan, a student at East Coweta High School, has been chosen as one of 10 students to win the Be Fearless Scholar Award Competition. The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) launched this competition to help inspire young leaders to share their stories about being fearless. Students were awarded $500 scholarships for demonstrating outstanding leadership by offering their perspective in a 500-word essay on “What It Means To You To Be Fearless.” NSHSS, founded by Claes Nobel , sen ior member of the Nobel Prize family, is an international organization dedicated to highlighting the accomplishments of high school students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship, and community commitment. Cullen has exemplified his ongoing strength and determination to succeed and fulfill his goals regardless of the obstacles he has faced.

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16 Jefferson Street Newnan, GA

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