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No 2017 sales-tax holiday this year By KANDICE BELL Parents who are used to the annual tax-free weekend to multiply the bargains at back-toschool sales won’t be getting the tax break this year. The annual tax-free holiday is typically held right before the start of the school year and gives shoppers a break on clothing, footwear, various school supplies and even computers. State lawmakers did not pass legislation during this year’s General Assembly session to allow any 2017 tax-free

periods, which includes another sales-tax holiday in October on energy-efficient items such as air conditioners, dishwashers, insulated doors or refrigerators for personal use. Economists say the tax holidays merely give shoppers a bargain but do not make them buy more than they would anyway, so there’s no real economic benefit. But merchants in cities along the state lines argue they need the tax holidays to keep local customers from doing all their back-to-school shopping in the neighboring state during its

holiday. Rep. Lynn Smith, R-Newnan, was the first and original author of the energy-efficient holiday. “For several years, I carried both of the tax-holiday bills, but I’m not doing it anymore,” she said. “It has been funded on and off since 2008 when the downturn in the economy hit,” she said. Smith said in the end, the budget has to balanced and the needs of citizens become a matter of priority. “There’s just added pressure on the budget with state obligations for health care and

other formula-driven needs for our citizens,” she said. Newnan resident Dominique Reese has two school-aged children, but she said she plans to shop as normal. “I have always felt as though stores would raise prices on certain items to diminish the amount of savings anyway,” she said. “I don't do all of my shopping at one time, so it hasn't been very beneficial for me. I know it helps other people though, so I wish it would have continued.”

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there, I was going to compete on that show someday,” Gillett said. It wasn’t just a pipe dream for the ambitious 14-year-old. He was serious, and to show his friends and family just how much it meant to him, he began reconstructing similar AWN obstacles in his backyard. Over the years, he has adopted a serious training regimen that includes trips to the gym several times a week. He has also started working out with AWN alum Ryan Statis, who owns a facility in Atlanta. “It was good to get pointers

from him and know what to expect,” Gillett said. Gillett admits he couldn’t have made it this far without the support of his friends and family. “They have all been great,” he said. “My friends and family have been with me all the way.” His mother, Renee, has turned into one of his biggest fans. However, she is also impressed with the way the athletes support each other. “The American Ninja Warrior community is pretty close-knit,” she said. “That is nice to see.”

No matter what happens this year, Gillett wants to keep competing. “I think if that’s not your goal, you are wasting your time,” he said. In the nine-year history of the “American Ninja Warrior” reality-television series, only two athletes, Isaac Caldiero and Geoff Britten, have made it all the way to Las Vegas and tamed the course to earn the title of American Ninja Warrior. That’s the next dream for Gillett, who is going to do everything he can do to get there. Tyler Gillett navigates the “Wing Nut” obstacle. “I want to keep doing this as long as I can,” he said.

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I. am. in. heaven. It’s fresh tomato season, and I made my first purchase on the square in Newnan on Wednesday. And my tomato purchases will continue until the last day of anyone’s garden producing a homegrown one they are willing to sell. My parents were the best when producing fresh produce. We lived on 30 acres and did not have a fence surrounding our garden. My father’s name was Darden, and they called their creation Darden’s Garden. We had lots of other yields from it: corn, okra, spring onions, butter peas, marigolds, and more. I remembered picking and shelling peas with my mother. My aunt came over to help and then received her gifts from the garden. Then mother, my aunt, and I went to the cannery in our county (although she used glass Bell jars). Later, mother boiled those jars in our house herself and sealed the goodies. Jars and jars of sterilized-

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then-sealed butter beans, corn, onions, tomatoes, okra cooked down in their own juices could be found in her kitchen cabinets just waiting for winter to arrive when potatoes would be added for vegetable soup. Don’t forget the cornbread. I couldn’t be the farmers my parents were, but I did try my hand with my first backyard garden on my 1.3-acre plot here in Newnan. I planted tomatoes and put up a fence around them to keep out our deer guests, but I guess it wasn’t high enough as our visitors would stick their heads over and nibble at their early morning breakfast. The next year I put up a higher fence and moved the produce farther away from the fence. That worked better. But trying to weed around the harvest in that chicken-wire fence proved difficult. Then I scaled back and only planted my tomatoes – Big Boy variety – in containers on my deck. That worked pretty well, and I even felt smug when a

I planted tomatoes and put up a fence around them to keep out our deer guests, but I guess it wasn’t high enough.”

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big teeth shaped like rabbits’ choppers had taken a bite out of every one of my tomatoes. Since it wasn’t rabbits hopping up those 20-plus steps, I didn’t know what did. Somebody tell me. Raccoon? Whatever it was it (they) ruined with those teeth marks every ripe tomato that I was giving one more day until perfection. I got out of the tomato business and left it to the professionals. Although it would be nice to watch tomatoes sprout up on a daily basis, I just didn’t want to give those visiting my deck the privilege of snacks. Forage on your own. I feed birds in the winter, but I didn’t need a new pet taking the most

precious of precious tomatoes from me. So, with my cherished purchase from Wednesday’s downtown Farmer’s Market, I had my first tomato. In a sandwich? Nope. Not the first bite of the season: just a little salt, pepper, and mayo. And so it begins for a couple of months. Summer is here. Next time, we’ll discuss which mayonnaise to add. Besides the goodness of the fresh tomato, it’s all about the mayo, too, right? Lee St. John, a retired Coweta County high school English teacher, is the author of five humorous books and two audio books.

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Welcome to Senoia’s new manager Several dozen Senoia residents and business leaders braved the heavy rain June 29 to attend a welcoming reception for City Manager Harold Simmons hosted by the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce. A handful of local restaurants offered samples to the rain-soaked guests. Pictured, from left to right, are city Utility Clerk Amanda Edens and her husband Police Chief Jason Edens, Simmons and his wife, Kelly Simmons. Photo by Walter Jones

Mural completed in Greenville The latest addition to Meriwether County’s “Murals and Monarchs” tourism project is a wall-sized painting in the county seat of Greenville, part of a county-wide project to bring visitors using funds from various sources. Completed in early June, it joins a series of historic murals and butterfly gardens across Meriwether County in a project begun in early 2016. Historic murals have been painted by Hapeville-based artist John Christian in Warm Springs, Lone Oak, Woodbury and now Greenville. Next up, Christian plans to begin work on a mural in Manchester. According to Carolyn McKinley of Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce and the Together in Meriwether committee, Greenville’s mural is situated on the

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The recently completed mural in Greenville painted by Hapeville-based artist John Christian.

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