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Falcons chaplain speaks at annual Coweta FCA kickoff banquet

PHOTO BY CHRIS GOLTERMANN/COWETASCORE

Newnan senior center Carson Knight (left) plays rock-paper-scissors with Heritage School junior Brandon Scruggs as part of a tiebreaker after a series of games between players from four area high school programs during Tuesday’s annual Coweta FCA Kickoff Banquet at Southcrest. Read the story on page 2.

The Comeback kid:

CANCER CAUGHT JIM QUALLS OFF-GUARD, BUT HE’S DETERMINED TO BEAT THE DISEASE

COURTESY OF RACHEL SHOEMAKE

Rachel Shoemake, center, performs on stage at the 14th annual GRAMMY Camp.

Dream confirmed for local singer after GRAMMY Camp BY TAYLOR ROBINS

taylor@newnan.com Singer Rachel Shoemake of Newnan says she has solidified her singing drea ms a fter attending the 14th annual GRAMMY Camp program. “It was probably one of the best weeks of my life, honestly,” said Shoemake. The teenage singer attended the camp, held at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music in Los Angeles, from July 17-21. Program support is provided by the Bruno Mars Scholarship Fund, the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Fund and the Recording Academy. E i g h t y- s e ve n h i g h school students across the country were picked for the program. “It was so much fun,” said the singer. “Throughout the week it was so cool to meet

everyone from so many different parts of the music industry. During the week we would meet up with the songwriters to write songs, which was cool for me because I’ve never written with anyone before. So the process was different. But it was so cool experiencing that. I had to be vulnerable with people I’ve never met before, and that was interesting. Telling my story and then writing about it.” At the end of the week, select students got to perform in the program’s open house, where family and friends could see what the students had been working on all week. Shoemake, who followed the vocal performance career track during the program, was one of the select students. “It was a really cool experience because I feel like I had a huge break-

through as a performing artist,” she said. Shoemake, who goes by the stage name “Echo Lynn,” shared that when she got on stage to perform her new song, “Better Off,” she completely let loose. The song is about how life is better without a boy. She performed with a band directed by Earth, Wind & Fire’s Leslie Drayton. The annual program feat u res eig ht music career tracks, including audio engineering, electronic music production, music business, music journalism, songwriting, video production and motion graphics, vocal performance and instrumental performance. While at camp, Shoemake worked with Jeffrey Allen, a professor at USC

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COURTESY OF JIM QUALLS

Jim and Janna Qualls celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary in 2013 with a ride through the Virginia Creeper Trail.

BY MELANIE RUBERTI

melanie@newnan.com Everyone likes a good comeback story, including Berkshire Hathaway realtor Jim Qualls. He just never thought his life would turn into one. Qualls, 55, and his wife Janna call Peachtree City home. It’s where the couple raised their two daughters, Ellen and Betsy. The town is also home base for Qualls’ career and provides a scenic, peaceful ride for the avid cyclist. Qualls said his passion for cycling was ignited 20 years ago. Since then, he and Janna have pedaled along some of the most beautiful countryside in the nation, sometimes riding more than 115 miles per day. T he exercise kept Qualls active. “Riding bikes is my passion,” he said. “Cycling changed my life. The dis-

ciplines of cycling are about having grit, determination and perseverance so you can ride and then pedal yourself back from 100 miles.” Q ua l ls sa id he wa s in tip-top shape when a routine doctor’s exam slammed on the brakes of his life and left him with an uncertain future.

An unexpected diagnosis

Qualls’ gastroenterologist was the first to notice a small abnormality during an annual exam in October 2017. Tests confirmed Qualls had a rare, aggressive form of cancer called mantle cell lymphoma, or MCL. “I had zero symptoms at all,” Qualls said. “But the cancer was found early and had not spread to any of my lymph nodes. Doctors told me normally it is found in stage 3 or 4. My cancer was found in early

stage 1. Doctors said it was miniscule.” Accordi ng to w w w. lymphoma.org , mantle cell is a rare, fast-growing form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma that most often begins in the gastrointestinal tract and/or bone marrow. MCL accounts for 6 percent of all non-Hodgkin lymphoma cases. Fortunately, in Qualls’ case, doctors felt they caught the cancer early enough and had a positive prognosis, he said. While the diagnosis came as a shock, Qualls sa id he wa s ready to switch gears and fight the disease head-on. A fter h is doctors consulted with oncologists at t he M D A nder son Cancer Center in Houston, Qualls started ora l a nd i nt ravenou s chemotherapy. He said he

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Falcons chaplain speaks at annual Coweta FCA kickoff banquet NTH STAFF REPORTS

PHOTO BY CHRIS GOLTERMANN/COWETASCORE

Former Clemson and NFL defensive back Dexter Davis, now a team chaplain for the Atlanta Falcons, was this year’s guest speaker.

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endured five treatments before going into remission in March 2018. But the toughest part of Qualls’ battle against cancer was yet to come.

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Free health clinic will celebrate 7 years serving the community BY MELANIE RUBERTI

melanie@newnan.com At t he beg i n n i ng of 2017, Viola Trader Warren of Newnan could not stop coughing and was in desperate need of medical care. Unfortunately, she had just been laid off from her job and the medical insurance with her former compa ny had r un out. Short on cash at the time, Warren could not afford to see a doctor. She was driving around the city with a friend when God intervened, Warren said. “ My f r ie nd s p o t te d the Coweta Samaritan Cl i n ic a nd s a id , ‘ Tr y them. Maybe they can at least give you some cough syrup,’” Warren remembered. “The clinic took me in and gave me the best treatment. Better than anything I had in the 39 years of having medical insurance. They were a hidden jewel for medical care in the community and a godsend to me.” D r. K a y C r o s b y, founder of the Coweta Samaritan Clinic, helped Wa r r e n f e e l b e t t e r and set her up for severa l a n nua l physica l s such a s a g y necolog y appointment and annual mammogram. Warren said she even received a n eye exa m a nd was given new glasses. “Everyone is so polite and so professional,” she said. They make you feel loved and seem to really care for you and what you’re going through. It was really a blessing.” The Coweta Samaritan Clinic, located at 137 Jackson St., helps uninsured adults over the age of 19 yea rs old whose household income is at or below 20 0 percent of the Federal Poverty Level, according to Lou Graner, executive director of the clinic. Warren is just one of 1,400 people that have been helped by the clinic since it opened its doors on Oct. 5, 2011. “ We s t a r te d s e ei n g patients one day a week and all three of our pract it ioner s were volu nteers,” Graner said. “Now we’re se ei n g pat ient s Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. We’ve added some parttime paid staff, including a physician assistant and a nurse practitioner.” The clinic is the brain-

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Employees and volunteers make the work of the Coweta Samaritan Clinic possible. Among them are, from left, Lou Graner, executive director; Esther Askew, physician assistant; Rhonda Whitton, nurse practitioner; Ginny Lyles, volunteer; and Kathy Holcomb, administrative assistant.

child of Crosby. According to Graner, after 20 years of service, Crosby lef t her i nternal medical practice in November 2009 to provide high quality health care for the uninsured in Coweta County. Since Oct. 5, 2011, the Coweta Samaritan Clinic has recorded more than 18,000 patient visits. Patients do not pay a dime for their medical care, Graner said. Volunteers run the clinic, and physicians provide their services for free. This has allowed the Coweta Samaritan Clinic to offer specialty health care, including cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology and gynecology. Piedmont Newnan, Cancer Treatment Centers of A merica a nd American Health Imagi ng prov ide faci l ities , equipment, diagnostic and surgical procedures without charge. Three nights a month, the clinic holds restorative dental services in the West Georgia Technical College dental lab and the Central Educat ion a l Center, Gra ner said. “We are blessed. We have more than 50 specialists who will see our patients on our referral,”

Graner said. “Someone will see our patients free of charge.” Graner said he hopes the community partnership will continue for many years to come. “Most of our patients have one or two chronic diseases. We want to be t he top medica l home for o u r p a t i e n t s ,” h e said. “We want to add at least 10 new patients per month. As we continue to grow, our budget has more than doubled. The clinic’s cash budget this year was just u nder $ 750,0 0 0, he added. E ve r y d i m e c o m e s from charitable donations from the community, grants and fundraising events, Graner said. Fortunately, the clinic ’s t wo big ge st f u nd r a i s er s w i l l h app en w i t h i n t h e n e x t fe w months. The 2018 College Football Kickoff Breakfast will take place on Saturday, Aug. 18, at the New n a n Fi rst Un ited Methodist Church Parish Hall. T he eight h a n nua l Bluegrass and Barbecue event will happen Sept. 30 at The Venue at Murphy Lane. Graner said both

GRAMMY ask her anything,” Shoemake said. “I couldn’t process that Meghan Trainor was in the same room as me.” Now t hat t he loca l singer is back in Newnan, she admits that the camp made her a better artist. “I feel so inspired,” she said. “That whole week boosted my confidence.” The boost in confidence comes right on time, as Shoemake released her

first single July 26. Entitled, “The Truth Is,” it’s a song about the singer’s first heartbreak. The single is available on all music platforms. “ My Sy mphony ” i s Shoemake’s unreleased e x t e n d e d p l a y ( E P) recording, that she hopes to release on all platforms sometime soon. The EP features five songs, i ncludi ng two written by Shoemake.

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been d iv i nely orchest r a te d , a n d we pr id e ourselves on our comprehensive care. We are fortunate we could set up shop in this community.” Warren is also thankful for the clinic. “My cholesterol i s down, I’m seeing a nutritionist to help me eat better and I’m also enrolled i n a n exerci se cla ss ,” she said. “I’m following everything they told me to do. It’s just awesome.” The Coweta Samaritan

Clinic also offered Warren a seat on their board of directors and helped Wa r r e n f i n d a n e w career. “ I picked up a ca rd at t he front desk t hat offered to help me finish my GED. Now, I’m studyi ng to go to c u l i n a r y school,” she said. “I’m going to take the position on the board of directors and give back a way I can. God is good, all because of one clinic.”

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Aug. 9, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m., Free Backstreet Arts is a free art studio located at 19-B First Avenue in Newnan, behind Bridging the Gap, across from Newnan Theatre Company. The studio is open Tuesdays and Thursdays to all individuals who want to practice art in a comfortable, non-intimidating atmosphere. For more information or to check daily studio hours, call 706-9402787 or visit www. backstreetart.org

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Aug. 9, 7 p.m., $20- $35

Country Music Legend Ronnie McDowell’s Tribute to The King is coming to the Wadsworth Auditorium in Newnan. His hits include “The King Is Gone,” “Older Women,” “New York Minute,” “Watchin’ Girls Go By,” “You’re Going To Ruin My Bad Reputation,” and more. McDowell sang the Elvis vocals for the 1981 TV movie “Elvis and the Beauty Queen” and for the 1988 TV miniseries “Elvis and Me.” If the concert does not sell out, tickets will be sold at the door starting at 3 p.m. the day of concert at the Wadsworth Auditorium. For tickets or more information, call 1-800-965-9324.

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Coweta County Animal Services is partnering with the NewnanCoweta Humane Society to help cats and dogs find their forever homes. The shelter is overcrowded. Food vendors will also be on hand with fried pies, pork skins, and snow cones from the Frigid Frog of West GA. If adding to your fur family, it is encouraged that you bring your dog to meet prior to adopting. Animal Services is located at 91 Selt Road in Newnan. For more information, call NCHS at 770-253-4694 or Coweta County Animal Services at 770-254-3735.

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The August gathering of the Coweta Master Gardener Extension Volunteers’ Backyard Association is all about pollinators— what they are and why plants need them. Guest speaker Carol Hight, chairman of the Georgia Native Plant Society, will offer tips on attracting these vitally important pollinators to our yards and gardens with her presentation, “Let’s Invite Some Friends Over for Lunch.” The meeting takes place at the UGA Extension – Coweta County Office, located at 255 Pine Road, in Newnan. Hight is a former teacher and spends her time gardening and supervising work on the Buffalo Creek Nature Trail in Carrollton. A past member of the Carroll County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers, she now focuses her energies on her work with the Georgia Native Plant Society. Admission to the Backyard Association meeting is free, but registration is required to qualify for door prizes,

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Aug. 16 - 19, 8 p.m., $10- $17 Newnan Theatre Company is presenting the classic Steinbeck tale of two drifters, George and his friend Lennie. Lennie is a man-child, a little boy in the body of a dangerously powerful man. After a ranch boss’ promiscuous wife is found dead in the barn with a broken neck, it’s obvious that Lennie, albeit accidentally, killed her. George, now worried about his own safety, knows exactly where Lennie has gone to hide, and he meets him there. Realizing they can’t run away anymore, George is faced with a moral question: How should he deal with Lennie before the ranchers find him and take matters into their own hands? Unless otherwise noted, shows run ThursdaySaturday at 8 p.m. with a Sunday matinee at 3 p.m. Ticket prices are $17 for adults; $13 for seniors, students and military; and $10 for children under 12. This show may not be suitable for younger viewers. For more information, call NTC at 770-683-6282.

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