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Volunteers help build outdoor classroom for Backstreet Arts BY LAUREL HUSTER laurel@newnan.com

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team of volunteers spent their weekend helping build an outdoor classroom for Backstreet Community Arts. Kim Ramey, director of Backstreet Arts, said they have tried to stay in touch with their participants while they’ve been closed for seven months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We realized what an important service Backstreet offers for people staying mentally healthy,” Ramey said. Ramey said she was trying to think of ways they could reopen the studio again, as safely as possible. She said many Backstreet Arts participants are in higher-risk categories. To make it safer for everyone, they decided to create an outdoor classroom space. BACKSTREET . 2

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they were able to help, and 14 were able to make the trip. She said volunteers flew in from cities including Los Angeles, Detroit, Minneapolis and Syracuse, New York. Despite the weather, the group was able to get the deck built for the outdoor classroom and complete most of the storage shed. Carter said they also worked on gardening and put up a fence around the building. “We love giving back, and we love people PHOTOS BY CHRIS MARTIN and community service,” Carter said. The outdoor classroom will allow Backstreet Community Arts to reopen the studio after being closed for seven months because of Ramey said they hope to have the outdoor the COVID-19 pandemic. classroom completed in the next couple of weeks. “I was stunned,” Ramey said. “Stunned that there are so many good humans in the world, it’s nice to be reminded of that.” FROM PAGE 1 Updates about Backstreet Arts’ new schedule and information about the fundraiser for She said participants will be able to create Published by The Newnan Times-Herald, Inc. pottery and mosaics, or learn how to play the the outdoor classroom can be found at www. backstreetart.org . ukulele, in the outdoor classroom. William W. Thomasson Marianne C. Thomasson Ramey said the outdoor classroom will PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT have a raised deck with a wheelchair ramp, a GOD GIVES C. Clayton Neely & Elizabeth C. Neely storage shed, tables and umbrellas, and shade PUBLISHERS US STRENGTH sails. She said when the temperatures start to get cooler, they will be able to put heaters out Declare these scriptures out loud! Bonnie Pratt Stacie Williams there as well. “It is God that girdeth me with CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER ADVERTISING MANAGER Carmela Carter is on the board for Backstrength, and maketh my way perREPORTERS MULTIMEDIA SALES SPECIALISTS street Arts and works for Delta Air Lines. She fect.” Psalm 18:32 Kandice Bell, S arah Campbell, Misha Benson, Rusty Kuehl, brought in a group of volunteers to help with “…for the LORD JEHOVAH is my Laurel Huster, Rebecca Leftwich Jill Whitley the outdoor classroom over the weekend. strength and My song: He also is my PAGINATOR Debby Dye Carter said a group of people who work at salvation.” Isaiah 12:2 Emily Lasher GRAPHICS MANAGER Delta met through a Habitat for Humanity “He giveth power to the faint and to OFFICE STAFF build in Mexico in 2016, and have continued GRAPHIC DESIGNERS them that have no might he increasto work together and volunteer for different Anthony Hodo, Payton Thompson Sandy Hiser, Sonya Studt activities not sponsored by Delta. eth strength.” Isaiah 39:29 She said they have volunteered with play“…Be strong in the Lord, and the powFor Advertising Information: Call 770-253-1576 or email advertising@newnan.com ground builds, Habitat for Humanity builds, er of His Might.” Ephesians 6:10 the United Service Organizations and food Office Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. The W. Reece Payton Co., Inc. banks all over the country. She said when the 770.301.7012 idea for the outdoor classroom came up, she Front Desk: 770-253-1576 • Circulation: 770-253-1576 told Ramey she knew a group of people who America Must Stand With Israel! would be willing to help. times-herald.com God is Good All The Time Carter said she emailed the group to see if

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