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New prep football schedules present immediate challenges for county teams By CHRIS GOLTERMANN

Upon the release of this fall’s high school football schedules by the Georgia High School Association, local fans are in for their share of good news and bad news. First the good. It wasn’t quite as hard to find non-region opponents this time around for East Coweta, Newnan and Northgate, all of whom have more division opponents. If that didn’t seem a near impossible task during the GHSA’s last reclassification period in 2012. Now the bad. All three will have to be at their best to open the season in what should be a doozy of a start to 2014. The lineup of non-region opponents is enough to make practicing in the intense heat of August feel even less comfortable. For Class AAAAAA schools East Coweta and Newnan — both of whom return to an expanded Region 3 that gains three Cobb County schools and drops Tri-Cities — the list includes Carrollton, Marietta and Sandy Creek for the Cougars. The three non-region opponents had a combined record of 32-5-1 last season. The Aug. 29 opener at Carrollton’s Grisham Stadium is the first meeting between schools since 2007, after playing annually for a sixyear span. Coming off last year’s trip to the Class AAAA state title game, the Trojans enter the season under new head coach Ed Dudley, who was an assistant and defensive coordinator at the school in the early 1990s. The Cougars played both Marietta and Sandy Creek the past two years while renewing their series for both 2014 and 2015. “The way I look at it, it gives you a chance to see where you’re at early in the season,” Newnan head coach Mike McDonald said. “And it gives you a chance to start the season off in the right way by winning those games. It’s a tough schedule. We made a lot of calls.” The Indians, meanwhile, didn’t get let off the hook either while entering their first year under new head coach Tommy Pardue. Pardue, who led LaGrange to 161 victories over 17 seasons before spending two years at the University of Kentucky as an assistant, equally knows his first three games on the sidelines in purple and gold will be challenging. East Coweta opens the season on Aug. 29 at Garland Shoemake Stadium against an upstart Arabia Mountain program coming

off a 7-3 season, its best in its first five seasons. It continues with a trips to Harrison and Whitewater. “I couldn’t do anything about the schedule,” Pardue joked. “I inherited it with the job. “Now, it’s three good football teams. Arabia Mountain was 7-3 last year and they should be very strong. Harrison, from what I’ve heard, has one of the top junior quarterbacks in the state. Whitewater’s strong every year. We’ve got our work cut out for us.” If that doesn’t sound ‘scary’ enough, here’s another screamer — How about a NewnanEast Coweta game on Halloween? That’ll be the case this fall, where the annual meeting between the Cougars and Indians will come a week prior to the end of the regular season where the programs had been scheduled to play on a yearly basis since 2001. Both schools began spring practice on May 5. Pardue said East Coweta will wrap up the two-week period with the annual ‘E’-Night game on May 16. “I’ve been tickled to death so far. A lot’s been going on with a new fieldhouse and that’s been great,” Pardue said. “It’s been a whirlwind getting things ready, meeting as many of the players and getting to know them a little bit more during their spring seasons.” Northgate also began the spring practice period on May 5, with many of the same challenges the program faced during the previous two-years in Region 4-AAAAA. Again, the Vikings will have to find a way to finish among the top-four of a large 13-school region if they want to advance into the state playoffs. Gone are Whitewater and Creekside — two of the toughest opponents in last year’s 4B-AAAAA subregion. Northgate shifts to the A-Subregion side in a larger seven-team division. While rejoined by Fayette rivals Starr’s Mill and McIntosh, the schedule now includes four subregion opponents from Clayton — Morrow, Mundy’s Mill, Drew and Forest Park. The final week of the regular season will again include a region play-in format with crossover games between subregions. The 4B-AAAAA division consists entirely of six schools from Henry County — Woodland, Ola, Union Grove, Dutchtown and region newcomers Stockbridge and Luella. The Vikings’ non-region schedule to begin the season provides equal challenges. Northgate opens with back-to-back home games against Shaw and Troup, both out of Region 5-AAAA.


Aug. 29 Arabia Mountain Sept. 5 At Harrison Sept. 12 At Whitewater Sept. 26 Campbell* Oct. 3 At Westlake* Oct. 10 Hughes* Oct. 17 At Pebblebrook* Oct. 24 Douglas County* Oct. 31 Newnan* Nov. 7 At South Cobb* *Region 3-AAAAAA game

Newnan Cougars

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Aug. 29 Shaw Sept. 5 Troup Sept. 12 At Woodland* Sept. 19 Morrow* Sept. 26 At Mundy’s Mill (Twelve Oaks)* Oct. 3 McIntosh* Oct. 17 At Forest Park (Tara)* Oct. 24 Drew* Oct. 31 At Starr’s Mill* Nov. 7 Region Play-In Game* * Region 4-AAAAA Game

Laura Burroughs, a former teacher and administrator in the Coweta County School System, recently fulfilled a lifelong dream and published her first book, “The Foxes of Caminus.”

Former teacher fulfills dream, publishes book By Celia Shortt

Laura Burroughs, a former teacher and administrator in the Coweta County School System, recently fulfilled a lifelong dream and published her first book, “The Foxes of Caminus.” It is described as an optimistic coming-of-age sci-fi story that draws the reader into an enchanting school where students learn that their thoughts can literally bring their talents into being and create their future. The book is the first in a planned trilogy. “ I h ave a lways wa nted to write,” said Burroughs. “When I was a baby, I would scribble on the page. When I was in first grade, I would write couplets all the time. As a child, I just liked words. I’ve been in love with them. They are an artistic form and a way to give back and inspire people.” Burroughs began her Coweta Cou nt y teach i ng career teaching Earth Science at Evans Middle School in the

early 1990s. “I loved it,” she said. “Evans was my home for many, many years.” After teaching at Evans, she switched to Arnall Middle School, where she was assistant principal. She ended up returning to Evans after realizing her passion was for teaching, not administration. During her time there, Burroughs felt she was given the freedom to be an excellent teacher who could take her students as far as they could both go in their time there. Burroughs continued to work in the Coweta County School System until 2002, when she took a break for five years. She left permanently in 2008. “I felt stifled by the bureaucracy in education,” she said. “In the mid- two thousands, I was amazed at the flexibility teachers had to teach.” Even a fter she stopped teaching, Burroughs said she never lost her passion for kids. She channeled that passion

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Hell week We have, apparently, survived yet another annual Hell Week. I say this because the SONS of Thunder are now all smiles. E lde s t s m i rke d a l l we e k because, being in high school, he no longer has to participate in The Tests. Said Tests are also known as the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests, affectionately known as the CRCTs. Who came up with that alphabet soup title? According to the state Board of Education website, these tests are “producing well-designed assessments aligned to the state curriculum with timely dissemination of results.”

I n E n g l i s h , t h i s me a n s “we’re testing to see if your kid has learned anything and we’ll let you know as soon as we can.” The friendly website even lets us know what the CRCT really is, as only a state can do: “The CRCT is designed to measure how well students acquire the skills and knowledge described in the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS). The assessments yield information on academic achievement at the student, class, school, system and state levels. This information is used to diagnose individual strengths and weaknesses as related to the instruction of the GPS, and


to gauge the quality of education throughout Georgia.” A g a i n , i n E n g l i sh , t h i s means “determining whether your kid is smart or dumb, and whether you’d kill to get into this school district or, give it up, your school sucks.” With three boys in various stages of education, we’ve been through this week several times. It does not seem to get any easier. We continue to get the notes from teachers telling us to make sure the kids

Seek and ye shall … We all know this person. The one who is always on the hunt for a better job, a faster car, a postcard-pretty vacation spot. Looking for something new. Something better. On the surface they appear to be after something as tangible as the perfect ball park hot dog. But are they? Maybe not. More often than not, those restless searchers are really… “seeking happy.” A buddy of m i ne suggested the phrase and I think those two words—seeking happy—express the condition perfectly. The shiny stuff, the jobs, the people, the trips, the recognition, even the service to others… some people chase those things so hard because they believe the next new prize will bring them true happiness. And it just might. At least for the moment. And where happiness is concerned, that’s the problem. Happiness comes in different doses. Not every dose lasts forever. Sooner or later,

as blues legend B.B. King says, “The thrill is gone.” And the search goes on. At times the Holy Grail seems less elusive. But at least one famous American didn’t think so. Abraham Lincoln once said, “Most people are as happy as they make up their minds to be.” It’s hard to argue with that. And the evidence is all around us. Want to see some “happy?” Watch a baby giggle and coo as it discovers its toes for the first time. Notice how small children get as much enjoyment from the empty boxes as they do from the Christmas toys that were packed inside. Feel yourself smile when a special song lifts your spirits. Feel a cold day grow warmer when you help someone in need. And nothing generates pure happiness like true love. Even if it’s not a textbook romance. I was pretending to do Internet “research” the other day

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when I came across a video that still has me smiling. It was a boxing match. Physica l con f rontat ion s aren’t usually cause for celebration, but this one was. Probably because the two combatants clearly thought the world of each other.

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eat a well-balanced breakfast, get plenty of sleep, and so on and so forth. It never happens. I got up the first morning and cooked a quite incredible breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, toast and jam and even some orange juice. Making the breakfast is not the problem; getting the SONS to actually get out of bed is. For some reason, the more important the day, the harder it is to get them up. By the second day, we’re down to cereal. After that, I’m throwing them g ra nola ba rs a nd push i ng them out the door because we are, once again, going to be late. Which brings on stress, according to the teachers, which means they won’t focus, which means they won’t do well, which means ...

I always get a kick going over the “rules” of the CRCT with the SONS. It’s sort of a joke now, but there continues to be a debate. It goes something like this: “YOU CAN’T PEE!!!!” “YOU CAN’T POOP!!!!” “ YOU C A N ’ T T H ROW UP!!!” Wait, what was that last one? “ YOU C A N ’ T T H ROW UP ... YOU HAVE TO HOLD IT!!!!” There are other rules as well, which apparently vary depending on whether one is in elementary or middle school. Or, the rumors on said rules have taken a life of their own. For the elementary school, one must sit quietly after finishing. No reading of library books allowed. However, one

may play thumb wars – by oneself. And now we know where the phrase “twiddling your thumbs” came about. For the middle school, you apparently are required to read after finishing. Quoting the eldest Son: “They want to make sure our brains keep thinking.” T he biggest debate is reserved for whether one may lay one’s head down on the desk. This will result in immediate removal and a meeting with The Man From The State, or is allowed provided you don’t fall asleep. Who knows? Thankfully no one fell asleep, or at least didn’t admit it. The tests are done. Now we wait.

It appeared to be a daily routine. In one corner was an old man, tough, grizzled, wearing a sleeveless undershirt, a tattered pair of work pants and a smile with more gaps than teeth. The old man’s opponent was harder to size up, but he appeared to be young and strong. At least for a billy goat. Yep. A man and a goat. Obviously best pals and enjoying every minute of their lovingly choreographed chaos. The action started when the old man grabbed the goat by the horns and shoved it into

position facing him. Then the man hunched his hairy shoulders, clenched his fists and pulled them close to his chest in a boxer’s pose, weaving slowly side to side, waiting for the attack. After scratching the dirt, the goat reared up on its hind legs, fell forward, dropped its head and charged. But not for long. Halfway to the man, the goat slowed to a trot and a few steps later, bumped the old man with all the power of a pillow. The man laughed, caught the goat by the horns, patted him on the shoulder, and set him back in place. It happened

over and over again. It was impossible to tell who was having more fun. When the old man paused for a moment to wipe his brow, the goat wandered over and nudged him gently as if saying, “C’mon buddy. One more round.” And back at it they went. The point? Material goods are fine and so is achieving a hard-fought victory, but for true happiness you can’t beat spending time with someone you love. Even if it’s a goat. (Send your email comments to: )

RACE for the Orphans 5K The second annual RACE for the Orphans 5K will be held on May 10 at the Coweta Fairgrounds with proceeds to support two local families adopting children from China and Ethiopia. The ongoing mission for the event is Raising Awareness, Compassion and Education about the needs of the 150-plus million orphans around the world. The event includes a tot-trot and 1-mile fun r un begin ning at 8:30 a.m., with awards for children 12-under. The 5K race begins at 9 a.m. and will be chip-timed by ORION Racing.

Awards will be given to the top 3 overall male and female winners and top-two in each of 14 age groups. Registration is available at www.racefortheorpha with a T-shirt guaranteed by May 1. Early packet pickup will be available at the Newnan Chickfil-A Dwarf House on May 9 from 4-8 p.m. Race-day registration and pickup begins at 7:30 a.m. at the Fairgrounds. For more information, contact Kelly Preston at or call 770-310-8222.

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Gluten-Free Orange Pancakes with Wild Blueberry-Orange Sauce

Wild Blueberry Polenta with Grilled Onions and Sausage Recipe by Mireya Merritt, My Healthy Eating Habits,

Yield: 12 to 15 thin pancakes, depending on size

Recipe by Katie Heddleston, Healthy Heddleston, Yield: 12 to 15 thin pancakes, depending on size

Onions: • 1-1/2 large onions, cut in half and thinly sliced, about 4 cups • 1-1/2 tablespoons olive oil

Wild Blueberry-orange sauce: • 1/2 cup frozen Wild Blueberries • 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed orange juice • 1/2 teaspoon orange zest • 1 teaspoon granulated sugar (or honey)

Wild Blueberry, Coconut & Ginger Smoothie

Orange pancakes • 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons gluten-free flour • 1tablespoon granulated sugar (or honey) • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda • 1/4 teaspoon salt • 1/4 cup freshly squeezed orange juice • 1/4 cup milk • 1 egg • 1/2 teaspoon orange zest • 1 tablespoon melted butter or margarine

Recipe by Rachael Hartley, An Avocado A Day, Yield: 1 serving • 1 cup frozen Wild Blueberries • 1 cup 2 percent plain yogurt • 1/4 cup light coconut milk • 2 tablespoons unsweet- ened, shredded coconut • 1/2 teaspoon grated fresh ginger

First make sauce. In small sauce pan, combine all ingredients and place on low heat while pre­p aring pancakes. Stir occasion­ally. Smash Wild Blueberries to desired consistency. To make pancakes,combine all dry ingredients in a medium mixing bowl. Then add in wet ingredients. Whisk everything together until well combined; batter will be thin. On griddle or electric skillet preheat to medium heat. Make sure pan is hot before scooping batter. Using 1/4-cup scoop, pour batter (but not whole scoopful into pancake shapes on griddle). Batter is thin so not much is needed for each pancake. Wait until pancake bubbles before flipping. Flip and cook other side. Continue process until all batter is used. Pour sauce over pancakes while warm.

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into her book, “The Foxes of Caminus.” “This book is me telling my younger self things I wish I had known,” she said. She said those things include values, work ethic, and a faith in oneself. T he book a lso incorporates building one’s own potential for their future and a compassionate world. The book also contains “kernels of ideas” she had when was teaching. One of those kernels is her desire to have children think three dimensionally. In the book, she shows this through the “gengnosphere.” It is a

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have gifts they did not know about. Burroughs says it “features fantastic lessons about the importance of personal responsibility, the value in selfdiscovery, and the power of belief and compassion.” Burroughs has been working on this book part-time since 2008 and full-time since 2013. “I hope it teaches somebody, but I’ve learned more about the world writing it,” she said. “It was a dream, something I always wanted to do and felt compelled to do it,” she said of writing “The Foxes of Caminus.” “I want my daughter to know you can go after your dreams responsibly.” Bu r roug h s i s f rom E a st Point and lives in the Atlanta area with her husband and daughter.

device that incorporates the genesis of knowledge and helps the two main characters in the book, fraternal twins Anya and Harlie Fox. “It is not just learning what it knowledge is, but generating knowledge and being on the cutting edge for the students and mankind,” said Burroughs of the gengnosphere’s meaning. “The purpose of education is to bring all of us into our full potential,” she added. The story in “The Foxes of Caminus” follows the Fox twins as they embark on an adventure at Caminus Academy, a school for the gifted. W h i le t here , t hey open themselves to the possibilities of their own power, and b o t h k i d s d i s c o ve r t h e y


Polenta • 2 cups water • 1 teaspoon salt • 1 cup yellow cornmeal • 1-3/4 cups frozen Wild Blueberries

cornmeal. Stir frequently until the polenta thickens up and texture is smooth. Care­fully stir in frozen blueberries, trying not to break them. Cook one minute and then turn off the heat, cover the pot and allow polenta to rest 1 to 2 minutes. To serve, place large spoonful of Wild Blueberry polenta on plate, top with grilled onions and then place one sausage, sliced or whole, on top of onions. Serve with sliced oranges or garden salad.

Sausage • 2 teaspoons olive oil • 4 sausages, prepared according to package instructions Saute onions in 1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil until lightly caramelized, about 25 minutes. About 15 minutes before onions are ready, heat water in 4-quart saucepan until comes to a boil. Add salt and slowly whisk in

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Biggins graduates from One Station Unit Training Army National Guard Pvt. Keith T. Biggins has graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga., which consisted of basic military training and advanced individual training (AIT). The first nine weeks of initial entry training, or basic combat training, the trainee received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons, rifle marksmanship qualification, bayonet combat, chemical warfare, field training and tactical exercises, marches, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army history, traditions, and core values. During AIT, the soldier completed the seven-week cavalry scout course. The training included subjects and instructions to operate, maintain and fire M2/M3 Bradley fighting vehicles; call and adjust fire on enemy targets, recognize friendly and threat vehicles; conduct reconnaissance and security missions, perform foot patrols, conduct land navigation, locate and neutralize mines; and operate and maintain scout vehicles. Biggins is the son of R ichard and Becky Biggins of Senoia. He is a 2013 graduate of East Coweta High School, Sharpsburg.

Dahlin graduates from basic training in San Antonio Air Force Airman Brandon A . Da hlin graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Anton io -L ac k l a nd , Sa n Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, a nd ba sic wa r fa re principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training e a r n fo u r c r e d i t s toward an associate Dahlin i n appl ied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Da hlin is the son of Jeannette and David Da hlin of Sharpsburg. He is a 2012 graduate of Northgate High School, Newnan.

Taylor graduates from Air Force basic training in San Antonio Air National Gu a rd A i r m a n 1 st Class Travis T. Taylor graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core va lues, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who comple te b a s i c t r a i n ing earn four credits toward an associTaylor ate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Taylor is the son of Tawhana Taylor of Newnan. He is a 2012 graduate of East Coweta High School, Sharpsburg.

McCrary graduates from Marine boot camp, combat training Ma rine Private Xavier L . McCrary graduated from Parr i s I sl a nd M a r i ne Tra i n i ng Depot i n South Carolina. Upon completing a rigorous 13 weeks of Marine boot camp, he attended Marine C o m b a t Tr a i n i n g at Ca mp Geiger in North Carolina. He is currently awaiting school for his MOS, and is stationed in North Carolina. McCrary is a 2013 graduate of Newnan McCrary High School. He is the son of Traci McCrary of Newnan and Harold Geddies II of Jacksonville, Fla. He is the grandson of Doris McCrary and Walter McCrary of Newnan, and Alphonso and Joyce Reeves of Jacksonville, Fla.

Cowet a - Fayet te Rot ar y Club for t he second year in a row was honored as Club of the Year for District 6900 Category I – for 30 members and under. It was among designations presented to the club at the recent district conference. From lef t are Jon Hughes, past president; Beth Hughes, president elec t; Blake McBurney, district governor; Ginger Jackson Queener, CowetaFayet te club president ; and S am Morris , char ter president.

Newnan Rotary Club has begun ticket sales for its fundraiser event that will benefit the local Assistance in Healthcare charity helping patients at Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southeastern Medical Center in Newnan. The Reverse Raffle Social will be held Thursday, May 15 starting at 6 p.m. at the New n a n Cent re meet i ng facility, 1515 Lower Fayetteville Road in Newnan. Ticket holders do not have to be present to win. There w i l l be a g ra nd pri ze of $5,000, a “second from end”

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Coweta-Fayette Rotary takes District Club of Year honors Coweta-Fayette Rotary Club for the second year in a row has been honored as Club of the Year for District 6900 Category I – for 30 members and under. It was among several awards received by the club at the recent District Conference, said Ginger Jackson Queener, club president for 2013-2014. In addition, the Coweta-Fayette Rotary Club brought home honors including: • Rotary International Presidential Citation with Distinction. • District 6900 Governors Citation. • Best Overall Club Adminis tration Runner-Up. • Best Overall Public Relations. • Best Overall Service Projects. • Best Club Bulletin. • Best Club Yearbook. • Best Member Retention (at 95 percent). • Best Youth Service Project. • Best Family of Rotary Event. • Best Community Service Project. • Runner-Up Best International Service Project.

prize of $1,000, and a “third from end” prize of $500. There will be other cash and door prizes given, according to Rotarian Rob Muzio. Checks should be made out to Rotary Club of Newnan Inc. Tickets are available from Ray DuBose at R. DuBose Jewelers, 5 Greenville St., Newnan, 770-253-4713; or Stephanie May with the Salvat ion A r my - New n a n , 670 Jefferson St. Extension, Newnan, 770-251-8181. For more information call Rotarian Gerald Kemp at 678-471-9656.

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Queener was awarded the Sheffield Leadership Award for Category I. The Sheffield L eadersh ip Awa rd, estab lished in 1994, is presented by the Rotary Club of Americus in honor of three past district governors – all from the same family and the Americus Rotary Club. It honors John West Sheffield (District 39, 1926-27), John W. Sheffield (District 690, 196162), and Langdon Sheff ield (District 690, 1975-76), who have each served this Rotary District as district governors.​​ T he awa rd is presented annually to one District 6900 club president from each of the size categories who best exemplify the extraordinary leadership traits represented by the Sheffield family and execute their responsibilities in an exceptional manner.

Coweta Count y Sheri ff Mike Yeager was surprised to find his own face in a magazine last month. In the March/April issue of “Sheriff Magazine,” Yeager was the featured sheriff in the “Meet the Sheriff” section. Yeager said whenever he gets the magazine, he always flips to the back page to see if he knows the issue’s featured sheriff. “And lo and behold, there I was,” Yeager said. “Yeah, I know this person.” Yeager said there are more than 3,000 sheriffs nationwide, and in his 23 years serving as sheriff of Coweta County, he can’t remember seeing another Georgia sheriff featured in the magazine. “Sheriff Magazine” is published only six times a year, so a very small percentage of the nation’s sheriffs have been featured. The feature discusses Yea-

ger’s law enforcement career from a patrol officer with the Newnan Police Department to become the county’s sheriff, education path, involvement in many boards and associations and his service in the community. It also mentions some of his awards, including the 2006 Georgia Sheriff of the Year and the Governor’s Public Safety Award for Outstanding Contribution. The feature also gives some insight into Coweta County and the sheriff ’s off ice – which has around 240 personnel policing a 443-squaremile county with more than 130,000 residents. Many of the Coweta Sheriff’s Office community programs were also listed, such as t he Citizens Firea rms Safety training, the Jr. Law Enforcement Academy, Project SAFE, Project Lifesaver and the annual Mantracker Conference organized by the department.

Raleigh Studios in Senoia plans expansion Raleigh Studios Atlanta in Senoia is looking to expand. Scott Tigchelaar of Raleigh Studios and Kudzu Productions appeared before the Coweta County Board of Commissioners. The film production tax incentives passed several years ago have had a tremendous impact on the state, Coweta County and the studio. “We’re looking to accommodate our current tenant with expanded facilities,”

said Tigchelaar. “We’re looking forward to this and building out the rest of the site as quickly as possible.” Several years ago, Kudzu Productions obtained a rezoning for 8.48 acres on Chestlehurst Road, adjacent to the studio. At the time of that original submission, the plans showed brick structures, said Coweta Zoning Administrator Angela White. Since brick was offered, the

rezoning conditions ended up requiring brick. The applicants are willing to make the office building brick, but are asking for relief on the warehouses and sound stages. The commissioners voted unanimously to remove the brick requirement for the other buildings. “We thank you for what you do for Coweta,” said Chairman Bob Blackburn.

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10+ Homes Available Locally

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Manufactured Homes For Rent 705

2 BR, 2 Bath

Powers Crossroads area. 14x70. Range, refrigerator, Central H/A. $125 / week, $550 move in


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Internet Bundles

Bargain Buys $200 or less

Golf Clubs

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