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Ecycling gives new life to old technology By Clay Neely

On the surface, old technologies would seem to be at cross purposes with renewable resources. With more than 90 percent of Americans now owning either a cell phone, a computer, a game console, an e-book reader or a tablet, chances are you’ve noticed just how quickly many of these devices will become outdated or even obsolete. So what happens when your go-to electronic device or hardware gets usurped by the latest and greatest system? It’s not just an American dilemma. The rapidly growing issue of e-waste is particularly alarming in countries like China, where a recent United Nations report cited the country as the world’s largest e-waste dumping site in the world. However, for Newnan resident Jeff Shenning, this dilemma serves as an indicator of a burgeoning market that only seems to accelerate when each new electronic product hits the market. As founder of Ecycle Atlanta, Shenning hopes to help alleviate the concerns of those who are hesitant to simply throw away a piece of technology when it no longer serves a purpose in their daily life. “I think people are a lot more aware of what they’re disposing of and what it’s doing to the environment,” Shenning said. Prior to founding Ecycle Atlanta, Shenning worked at an insurance company that dealt in the losses of equipment. After the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993, the company

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John Shenning disassembles an outdated desktop computer.

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Northgate’s girls golf team captured this year’s Region 4-AAAAA championship at Canongate 1: Team members include, from left, Kelly Henderson, Madison Edner, Montana Womack, Ashton Thompson, Kevin Jeffers (Head Coach), Haley Grant, Jessica Houk, Talia Price, Dani Mitchell, Lindsey Dull, Not Pictured: Coach James Cromwell

Lady Vikings golf team wins region title

Northgate boys take 2nd, also advance

Charred Corn Tacos with Radish Zucchini Slaw

Family Features Cinco de Mayo is, officially, a holiday celebrating Mexico’s victory over France in the 1862 Battle of Puebla. In the U.S., where it is actually celebrated with more gusto than in its native country, the holiday has become a celebration of Mexican heritage and culture.

The holiday also provides a great excuse to make irresist­ ible Mexican-inspired recipes for entertaining and, of course, a big batch of margaritas to wash it all down. Fresh sweet

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Northgate golf teams made the most of a home course advantage for this week’s Region 4-AAAAA tournament in Newnan on Canongate 1. The Lady Vikings dominated Thursday’s event at the Roquemore course in a 36-stroke victory over Union Grove. Led by senior Haley Grant’s top round of 87,




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Northgate’s girls fired a 271 to finish well ahead of the required team score of 300 needed to bypass the state sectionals and qualify for the GHSA championship. The girls GHSA Class AAAAA State Tournament will be held on May 19 at Jones Creek Golf

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corn is an essential component of many Mexican dishes and a cultural staple. Luckily, Cinco de Mayo falls in the middle of Florida’s Sunshine Sweet Corn season, meaning the sweetest corn arrives just in time to be part of a Cinco de Mayo celebration. These naturally-bred varieties are grown by a group of family farmers who are committed to producing the finest sweet corn. Get the fiesta started with this Fire Roasted Corn and Chorizo Dip and a big bowl of tortilla chips. Crunchy, spicy, sweet and creamy, this addictive dip will have your guests asking for more. Next, be sure to serve Mexican Style Corn, a truly authentic and delicious Mexican street food. Crunchy

ears of fresh sweet corn are charred to perfection then slathered with a mixture of cheese and mayo, sprinkled with chili powder and squirted with lime for simple flavor perfection. Finally, no Cinco de Mayo celebration is complete without tacos. For a healthful twist on your typical taco, try this recipe for Charred Corn Tacos with Radish Zucchini Slaw that will have both vegetarians and meat eaters clamoring for seconds. Incorporating healthful whole foods and veggies into your Cinco de Mayo celebration this year makes it easier to justify one more margarita. No matter what you serve at your Cinco de Mayo celebration, make sure to incorporate the sweet and wholesome flavor of fresh spring sweet corn. Discover more mouthwatering recipes for Cinco de Mayo and every time of year at

Mexican Style Corn Serves: 4 Ingredients: • 4 ears fresh Sunshine Sweet Corn, husked • 1/4 cup mayonnaise • 4 ounces Cotija or feta cheese • 1 teaspoon chili powder • 4 lime slices Preheat grill or broiler. Grill or broil corn, turning occasionally until hot and some kernels turn golden brown, about 5 minutes. Using k nife, coat each ear of corn with about 1 tablespoon of mayon­ na ise. Cr umble cheese on one side of each corn ear. Sprinkle with chili powder, dividing evenly. Broil until cheese starts to melt, approxi­m ately 1 to 2 minutes. Serve with lime.

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Coweta’s March for Babies to be held May 17 The local March of Dimes March for Babies will be held May 17 in Coweta. The annual three-mile walk benef its Ma rch of Di mes , which works to prevent premature births. This year’s local event will

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went to help clean more than 10,000 computers. The company handled technologybased losses, anything from lightning strikes to fires and floods. “I would handle a lot of the salvage,” Shenning said. “As an insurance company, we have to replace the broken equipment after a disaster. But then once we own it, we have to determine just how much we can get out of it. Part of my job was finding resources to sell this equipment.” Using his background, Shenning saw an opportunity on the horizon and took a chance. “It felt l i ke a n at u ra l segue,” he said. “A lot of people just don’t know what to do with old technology and it’s def initely a growing problem.” Shenning partnered up with Bill May, a retired public information officer for the Atlanta Fire Department, and in January 2013, Ecycle Atlanta was incorporated. Like many startup companies, Ecycle Atlanta began in the family garage. Before long, the operation moved into a large storage unit but then quickly outgrew that space as well. For the last five months, the company has been occupying a small warehouse on Millard Farmer Industrial Boulevard. Inside of the small warehouse, computer towers are stacked like bricks. Multiple plastic containers are neatly organized – containing cell phones, hard drives, wires, metal, motherboards and practically any-

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Course in Augusta. The Vikings, meanwhile, also advanced to the state level after finishing as 4-AAAAA runner-up. Northgate’s boys f i n i shed beh i nd champion Starr’s Mill, who won the 4 -A A A A A t i t l e with a score of 305. The Vikings c om bi n e d for a team score of 321, qualifying the group for the Class AAAAA sectionals on May 5 at Canongate-onWhite Oak. Northgate’s girls scorers included both Grant and fellow senior Ashton Thomp-

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thing else that could be salvaged from an otherwise unwanted piece of outdated technology. “The popularity of the ecycling movement is overwhelming,” Shenning said. “I think now that people know there is a place to safely and responsibly dispose of their technology, they’re really jumping at the chance.” For many individuals, the issue of personal privacy is a primary concern when disposing of a computer or cell phone. Even when a hard drive is “wiped” by reformatting the hard drive, certain recovering software can be used to retrieve old data. Throwing it in a dumpster isn’t a safe bet either. However, Shenning and Ewa ste u nder st a nd t he apprehension and maintain that their method of deleting personal information is unbeatable. “We’re very adamant about data security,” said Shenning. When the company recently acquired a slew of computers from the City of Lawrenceville, the hard drives were removed and wiped to the Department of Defense standard. Ecycle also solicits technology from individuals to large corporations. Anything that is technology based, Shenning will accept it. “Our philosophy is ‘zero landfill’ and we strive for that,” Shenning said. “We’re not 100 percent there yet, but we are very, very close. For us, the best way of recycling technology is simply finding a way to reuse it.” For example, Ecycle will take an obsolete computer and strip it down to the bare components. “The metal, the plastic, and the wiring – we have buyers for those,” Shenning said. “We’re not a center

New produce market coming to Newnan By Celia Shortt

Newnan, Coweta County, and the University of Georgia’s Cooperative Extension Office are partnering to bring a new farmer’s market to downtown Newnan. “Essentially, the market that is being brought downtown is the same market that has been going on at the Expo Center along Temple Avenue for numerous years,” said Newnan Business Development Director Hasco W. Craver IV at

or a scrap yard but we break everything down so that we can distribute the materials to the right person.” Repurposing plays a very large role in their business. According to Shenning, the average business or consumer does not generally find that extracting the parts from their older machines is a worthwhile endeavor. “Once people and businesses have their new syste m s i n pl a c e , t h e y ’r e focused on keeping things running, not reselling old equipment,” he said. However, there is definitely a market for “old equipment.” Quite often, many of the pieces of outdated technology are actually in high demand from those attempt-

April’s Downtown Development Authority meeting. “We are extremely excited about this partnership,” he added. T he na me of the new ma rket is “Coweta County Farmer’s Market,” and starting in June it will be held every Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Depot History Center lot off East Broad Street and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the traditional location at the Asa Powell Sr. Expo Center on Temple Avenue. The market will begin in June and run

ing to run “legacy” systems. A legacy system often runs on obsolete hardware and antiquated software. In some instances, the cost of maintaining an obsolete system outweighs the cost of replacing the technology. Many other pieces of obsolete technology are actually sought out by collectors. Hardcore Apple enthusiasts often want a tangible piece of history and will pay handsomely for a 25- to 30-yearold MacIntosh or Apple computer. Shenning pointed to a box containing a computer from 1982 with an 8-inch floppy drive in the original packaging. “People just love t hat old stuff,” he said. “We can always find a home for

through early fall. According to Craver, it will be a produce market stocked by area farmers. He said they will allow a small percentage of crafts, but only ones from vendors who are there selling their produce. The UGA Cooperative Extension Office will manage the market and has a part-time employee who will supervise vendor participation. In January, the Newnan City Council tasked Craver with finding a new, produce- on ly fa r mer ’s ma rket for downtown.

something like that, believe it or not.” In the back of the warehouse, a well-built, homemade workbench is filled with tools and a soldering iron is illuminated. Shennings father, John, is working on disassembling an older computer. “I don’t mind the work – it keeps me off the street,” the elder Shenning joked. “We’re definitely a family business,” Shenning said. “Plus he’s cheap labor.” With both Earth Day and Arbor Day fast approaching, Shenning had the idea to create “Earth Week” in order to help raise awareness of what Ecycle Atlanta has to offer the community. During the week of April 21–26, Ecycle Atlanta will

be holding a technologybased recycling drive. Partnering with the Arbor Day Foundation, the company will provide the means to plant five trees to each person who brings in a piece of unwanted technology. “Working with the Arbor Day Foundation seemed like a natural conclusion,” Shenning said. “It all comes down to renewable resources and the reduction of waste.” Already hinting that the company is outgrowing the current location, Shenning feels that the demand for ecycling services will only increase. “Once people know there is a responsible and safe way to dispose of technology they no longer need, it’s a great thing,” Shenning said.

son, who added a round of 93. Sophomore Jessica Houk finished in between the pair with a 91. Union Grove’s Hannah Gassaway was the girls low medalist with a 85. The Vikings’ effort was led by a 77 from freshman Jaden Hall, who was just five strokes behind the tournament’s low medalist, Andrew Crocker of Starr’s Mill. Northgate teammates Maddux Lytle and Nathan Gamer added rou nd s of 8 0 wh i le Ta n ner Lee completed the Vi k i n g s’ scor i ng with an 84. The team can advance to the Class AAAAA State Boys Championship with a qualifying score of 330 or under at sectionals.




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Hanna Haskins is all smiles after throwing yellow color during the Abby’s Angels color run Saturday at the Coweta County Fairgrounds.

Rainbow Run, Fun Day in honor of Abby The Abby’s Angels Foundation 5K Rainbow Run and Family Fun Day went on as sc hedu led at t he Cowet a County Fairgrounds – despite the rainy weather. All proceeds from the event went toward Abby’s Angels, to help fund its community charity, Abby’s Closet. The project donates school supplies for children who lack resources. The closet is offered to children in need and gives privacy to the student, aided by the child’s teacher, so they are not embarrassed about not having materials. T he 2 014 5 K color r u n kicked off, following words of thanks from Natalie and Stephen Bacho to the crowd of participants as they gathered at the fairgrounds’ ag barn. Runners who left the starting line in the field area of the fairgrounds were blasted with colored powder to honor the memory of the late Abby Bacho, for whom the foundation was founded. Abby’s Angels was established following a Dec. 22, 2012, car accident where a

driver ran a red light and struck the family van. The accident injured several in the van, and claimed the life of Abby Bacho. Bacho’s mother, Natalie, says her 9-year-old daughter always wanted to do a color run. “In her short nine years, she lived so much,” Natalie Bacho said recently. “Her life generated a lot of momentum and we don’t want to stop that momentum. For the people who didn’t know her, we wanted to introduce them to Abby and share her story and the gifts that she gave. “We want it to reflect her,” Abby’s mom added. “She loved to get together with family and friends; she was very social. She loved to laugh and smile. Just the fact she wanted to run in a color run, this event is something we know reflects her. She’d want to be there and be a part of it.” As runners made their way along the 5K route marked throughout the fairgrounds fields and parking area, they were covered in colored powder at various color stations by

eager volunteers. The powder was tossed in shades of yellow, pink, blue and green. There were big smiles from the runners – covered in pastel shades. Youngsters attending the event had plenty of fun playing in the colored powder as well. Along with the color run a “family fun day,” a fair-like event, was held with various vendors and activities. The fun day was free and open to the public, even without registration for the 5K run. A mong planned fun day offerings were food, shopping vendors, music and karaoke, face painting, cornhole, sack races, raffles and even an ambulance and fire truck for kids to check out. The Newnan Crossing Elementary School chorus, which Bacho was in, was asked to open t he proceed i ng s by singing “The Star Spangled Banner.” For more on the foundation go to or email 3sisters@



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adult did not appear injured but were transported to ChilThe family of five involved in dren’s Healthcare of atlanta at a truck-train collision in north egleston as a precaution, and Coweta County Wednesday the driver was transported to morning did not suffer any Grady Hospital in atlanta after life-threatening injuries, and sustaining a possible broken the CsX train did not have any leg. There were three employleaks or hazardous materials spills, according to authorities. ees on board the CsX train, but Part of the intersection at they did not require any mediU.s. Highway 29 North and cal attention. Ga. Highway 154 was closed The f latbed tractor-trailer for a rou nd fou r-a nd-a-ha l f truck was hauling granite when hours. it was hit. The truck was travelT he Coweta Count y Fi re ing west toward U.s. Highway Department responded to the 29 when it was hit by the train accident at the intersection traveling northbound. accordaround 5:08 a.m. Wednesday. ing to witnesses, the semi was There was a family of three pushed down the track about children and two adults still in a quarter of a mile before the the cab of the semi-truck when train could stop. firefighters arrived. according to reports from although none of the f ive investigators with the Coweta were ent rapped , f i ref ig ht- County sheriff ’s Off ice, the ers did use a hydraulic tool wife of the driver told off iPhoto by Jeffrey Leo to remove part of the semi’s cers the truck’s brakes malThis view shows the front of the CSX engine that hit the truck at seat, Coweta Fire Department functioned. The exact cause the intersection of U.S. 29 North and Ga. highway 154 Wednesday. the assistant Chief Mitch Cog- of the accident is still under engine needed a quarter mile to come to a stop. No one in the engine gin said. The children and one investigation. was hurt.

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Coweta’s Dancing Stars event raises $81,000 It was a fun evening at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts, as Coweta’s Dancing Stars event yielded its biggest night in its sevenyear history. With a packed house the fundraiser brought in more than $81,000. Eleven couples competed for People’s Choice and Judges’ Choice awards in the two-and-ahalf-hour program. Each duo paired an everyday community member with a professional dance instructor, similar to ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” which pairs celebrities with professional dancers. Jeff Chandler of SouthCrest Church and Hannah Yekel of Southern Crescent Academy of Dance were crowned People’s Choice winners from audience votes. They did a salsa to “Let’s Get Loud” by Jennifer Lopez. The duo added to their performance with a Vegas-theme, where Chandler and Yekel stopped dancing to perform a Carrot Top-inspired comedy routine. They resumed dancing only to stop again to do a magic trick where Chandler made the Statue of Liberty float in honor of magician David Copperfield. The two finished the routine with the last bit of the salsa.

First runner-up honors went to Lori Lovett of Piedmont Newnan Fitness and Chad Wood of Star Dance Studio, who performed the paso doble. Second runner-up was Kim Melhouse-Guerra of Comcast Spotlight and Billy Cranford of Star Dance Studio, who performed a rhumba/polka flare to Cha-Cha. Third runner-up was JP Watson of The Heritage School and Christy Stout of Star Dance Studio. They performed the swing to “Dance with Me Tonight.” The judges selected winners, based on technique, style, costumes and various other factors. Judges’ Choice winner was Scott Walker of Cancer Treatment Centers of America and Abigail Howard of Sharpsburg Dance Academy. They performed a musical montage, from old Vegas to new Vegas. First runner-up was Chandler and Yekel. Second runner-up was Nathan Nipper of Piedmont Newnan Hospital and Peggy Bern of Star Dance Studio, performing a rhumba to “Sway” by Dean Martin. Third runner-up was Watson and Stout. The Welcome House provides shelter to

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Fargo. Tour historic Billy’s Island, which was home to Native Americans, pioneers and lumbermen for thousands of years. Take a boat out to the island and hike the short trail, about three-quarters mile, and view some of the relics left from the past. $15-$20, $5 parking. 912-637-5274 • Sapelo Isla nd Bi rdi ng Adventure – May 6-7, from 3 to 4:30 p.m., Crooked River State Pa rk, St. Ma r ys. A n exciting new 24-hour birding event. Travel by ferry to Sapelo Island along Georgia’s scenic coast, enjoy birding the beaches, marshes, fields and forests of this barrier island with expert birders. Stay overnight at the historic Reynolds Mansion. Registration is limited. Meals included. Starting at $299/person for double occupancy; ferry fee ($15) is not included in registration. $5 parking. 912-485-2299 • Watermelon Express Train Ride – May 8, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. SAM Shortline Downtown Cordele Depot, Cordele. Enjoy this ride from dow ntow n Cordele Depot to Historic Plains, the small Georgia town made famous by President Jimmy Carter. 229-276-0755 • Twilight Time Wagon Ride – May 9, from 7:45 to 8:45 p.m., Hard Labor Creek State Park, Rutledge, GA. Join park staff and volunteers on this quaint tour through the park’s history in an old-fashioned wagon. Learn about the Civilian Conservation Corps, visit an old blacksmith shop, and possibly see wildlife that call the park home. Space is limited, preregistration required. $5 plus $5 parking. 706-557-3001 • The Arrest of Alexander Hamilton Stephens – May 10, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., A.H. Stephens State Park - Crawfordville. On May 11, 1865, A.H. Stephens was arrested and charged with treason. Experience a live reenactment of this event. We will also be reenacting his homecoming that took place on October 27, 1865. 706-456-2602 • Mother’s Day Hike with Mother Nature – May 10, from 2 to 5 p.m., Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rising Fawn. Hike Sitton’s Gulch to the bottom of Hemlock Falls while identifying plants, birds, and trees a long the way. T his is a 4-mile hike on moderate terrain. Water and trail snacks provided. Ages 10 and up. Advanced reservations required. $10 plus $5 parking. 706-913-7170 • Astronomy Day Night Time Paddle – May 10, 8 to 10 p.m., Hard Labor Creek State Park, Rutledge. Join the paddle to view the sunset, and the night time sky with the various constellations. Pre-registration required, space is

limited. $15 plus $5 parking. 706-557-3001 • Moonlight Mountain Hike, May 10, 7:30 p.m., Pa nola Mountain State Park, Stockbridge. Enjoy an evening hiking to the mountaintop. Group heads out just before sunset and as the moon begins to rise. Bring flashlights, hiking boots and water. Meet at the nature center 15 minutes before each program. Participants must register in advance. $7 plus $5 parking. 770-389-7801

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