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eginning June 15, R.A.W. Body Essentials, a highend Hawaii-based bath and body boutique, is proud to offer the Coweta County area an upscale, authentic natural beauty experience at an affordable price. Located in Ashley Park, this will be the studio’s second location- a flagship retail store is located on the island of Oahu. Product creationist and founder Ceandrys Black, who is originally from New Orleans, wanted to expand to the U.S. mainland, and knew she wanted to bring “some Aloha to the South.” Black explained, “I can’t explain much about the decision to open in Newnan, except that I fell in love with it, and God wanted me to be here. The people are so openly kind. It’s the City of Homes, and home means family to me- you know, the Hawaiian concept of ‘Ohana.’” Add to that the lush greenery and open blue sky of the Ashley Park location, and it just felt right.”
According to Black, The acronym “R.A.W.” stands for “Releasing Authentic Women,” but, with an entire line of beard oils and balms, and child-safe bath products, there is plenty to appeal to the entire family. In addition, R.A.W. highlights a full spectrum of deodorants without baking soda along with color-free bath bombs. “R.A.W. thrives because it enjoys the unique ability to craft and design its natural products around the unique needs, preferences, and stylings of its customers. In other words, R.A.W. designs around ‘the essentials’,” says Black. On any given day, Black, who is a Certified Aromatherapy Specialist, can be found mixing a creamy batch of body butters or crafting a new antioxidant-filled soap recipe. Black is relentless, spending endless hours on research and recipe crafting, so you don't have to. She R.A.W. . 3
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ECHS artwork pays tribute to the Native American woman
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Originally started as the 2020 Senior Project, “Indian Princess Dream” became a multimedia, multi-grade, multi-skill level artwork at East Coweta High School.
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other media to finish creating the piece. They included Madison Alexander, Parker Arrington, Lillian Davenport, Emma Kerscher, Peyton Epps, Sunyoung Lee, Fritz Jeudy, Erin Duckwall, Taylor Thom and Matthew Martin. The students created a central figure in the “Indian princess,” adding other Native American symbols as well. The piece includes a fox, which represents keenness, intelligence, wisdom and scrutiny, McMillan said. Some Native American tales depict the fox as a god with the power to create, she said. The Native Bear, which often symbolizes motherhood, is thoughtful and independent, self-contained and strongwilled in nature, according to McMillan. PHOTO BY REBECCA LEFTWICH She said it represents strength, family, The Native Bear represents strength, vitality, courage and health. family, vitality, courage and health. McMillan said she is pleased with the finished product and looks forward to the dialogue it will create. BY REBECCA LEFTWICH “I hope that people can look at it and firstname.lastname@example.org see that artwork can create new narratives,” she said. “It is up to the viewer to t spanned two years and involved stu- ponder what these symbols may mean.” dents of all grades and skill levels to bring “Indian Princess Dream” into existence. The finished piece, which Beloved, be vigilant to cling to and now graces an East Coweta High School find life in Father God, His love, and His hallway, began as the Class of 2020 seeternal kingdom. Jesus prayed, “Now nior art project, according to EHCS art this is eternal life: that they know you, teacher Georgie McMillan. the only true God, and Jesus Christ, “The group of students really wanted whom you have sent.” John 17:3 to make something that depicted a ‘Lady I challenge you to look upward and Indian,’ and we kind of brainstormed reset your thinking today by readfrom there,” McMillan said. “We are very ing and asking the Holy Spirit for revproud to honor the Native American as elation of Ephesians 1. Align your heart our mascot and wanted to pay tribute by and mind accordiing to these truths making beautiful imagery.” that reveal who you are in Jesus Christ: However, COVID-19 shut down redeemed, forgiven, chosen, the recipischools across the country – including ent of a great inheritance, and so much in Coweta County – in March of 2020, more. Knowing yourself in your Savior putting the project on hold. girds you with everlasting joy! “This year, coming back, I really wantThe W. Reece Payton Co., Inc. ed to complete what we had started,” McMillan said. 770.301.7012 It became a group project, with stuAmerica Must Stand With Israel! dents ranging from freshmen to seniors God is Good All The Time working in mosaic, paint, wood and
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R.A.W. FROM PAGE 1
R.A.W. Body Essentials owner Ceandrys Black says that Ashley Park is the perfect location to "bring a little Aloha" to the South.
is always reformulating to provide the most up-to-date, highest-quality ingredients in every product. Her products are made on-site, in full view of the consumer, providing a high-end, luxury body-care experience at accessible prices . Black is also passionate about education- each customer receives an enthusiastic tour of the studio space, where Black is proud to explain the benefits of each locally-sourced, all-natural ingredient. Adventurous patrons can indulge in her D.I.Y. bar, crafting their own natural candles and bath products to meet their individual needs and scent profiles. Products are packaged in reusable, eco-friendly containers that customers can return and refill for a whole new shower experience. Customer feedback, says Black, fuels her mission. “I want to know how the product feels on the skin, and while I
don’t want to make medical claims, it’s so nice to hear that my products have helped people with skin conditions. I’m here to help. In our initial store in Hawaii, I’m guessing about 65 of my clients have my cell phone number in case they’re having skin issues and need some personalized guidance.” Her organic, natural bath and body products are crafted with the most sensitive-skin customer in mind. Black’s never-ending pursuit of natural products gives her the unique ability to create variations based upon her customers personal needs and desires. R.A.W. Body Essentials spares no effort to provide the best formulation of 100% natural and handmade products for families of all ethnicities. “When I’m in here, I’m not a black person making products for black people,” says Black. “I’m here to make high-quality, diverse products for everybody, no matter their culture. We all have skin.” R.A.W. Body Essentials is located at 320 Newnan Crossing Bypass. For more information, please visit their website at https://www.rawbodyessentials.com.
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Senoia celebrates its veterans with annual event BY SCOTT LUDWIG email@example.com
he city of Senoia held its annual Memorial Day Remembrance Celebration to honor and remember veterans this past weekend. Senoia's Downtown Development Authority created the event in 2006 and 15 years later it remains a staple of the city. Last year's event was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. In its first year, many of the World War II veterans in attendance lived in Senoia. “Over the years, many have been lost, so now Veterans from neighboring counties in Georgia are invited,” says Promotions Committee Chairman Gail Downs. On Saturday, the event included a celebration at Marimac Lakes Park that featured entertainment, food trucks, a children's area and a fireworks display as a grand finale. Monday, however, was a day full of activities. The day kicked off with a ceremony honoring veterans at Senoia Cemetery. The graves of more than 160 veterans were adorned with American flags, courtesy of Boy Scout Troop 46 from Turin. An invocation by Dan Roberts, pastor of Legacy Christian Church in Senoia, was followed by a rendition of the national anthem from Tammie Adams and a bagpipe solo performed by Michael Scoott, a Newnan resident and member of the Order of the Tartans. The Commemorative Air Force and Falcon RV Squadron performed a flyover in the missing man formation. After the ceremony, Senoia resident Jim McKnight drove a tram for veterans to ride and tour the local neighborhoods. American Legion Post 50 of Peachtree City provided a fire truck for veterans as well. Residents driv-
ing their personal golf carts followed behind in a parade. At the end of the parade, the fire truck stopped at City Hall for a dedication of a retired flag mailbox installed in front of city hall for people to discard torn or tattered U.S. flags. The mailbox was also donated by ALP50. World War II army vehicles, courtesy of the Georgia Military Vehicle Preservation Association, were displayed throughout the day in downtown Senoia, where a second program was conducted. An invocation was given by Kelly Dickinson, a chaplain with ALP50. He called out the names of nine veterans lost since 2019. Adams and Scott followed by performing "God Bless America" and "America the Beautiful" and another bagpipe solo. State House Rep. Philip Singleton then provided a message of hope and remembrance at the ceremony and read the poem "The Fiddler's Green," a portrayal of an afterlife for military persons full of mirth, music and dancing. A moment of remembrance to honor fallen veterans, a playing of "Taps" and one last flyover concluded the weekend's celebration. Regrettably, William Gatlin, World War II Veteran and French teacher at Russell High School in East Point, was unable to attend for the first time since the inception of the event. Gail Downs, who was a student of William Gatlin many years ago, undoubtedly shared his thoughts as she summed up a very special day in Senoia: “This day is all about the veterans and the sacrifices they made to make the country what it is today. This event is very meaningful to me: I have so much admiration and respect for World War II Veterans,” Downs said.
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— while supplies last! — Arnall Grocery Company Brickhouse Grille & Tavern Carnegie Library Coweta County Visitors Center
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Coweta Public Library System Christy’s Cafe Dunc’s BBQ Kitchen Fabiano’s Pizzeria Farm Bureau Gillyweed Goldens on the Square Hemrick’s Leaf and Bean
Lee-Goodrum Pharmacy Little Giant (Hwy. 29) The Mad Mexican Meat ‘N’ Greet NCM magazine box (corner of Jackson St. and North Court Square)
The Newnan Times-Herald Publix The Redneck Gourmet RPM Patio Pub & Grill Senoia Post Oﬃce Senoia Welcome Center Truett’s Chick-ﬁl-A Vinylyte Records & Skate Shop
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