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Arnco-Sargent honors student mentor By Celia Shortt

Arnco-Sargent Elementary School recently honored Victor Hanson for his 20 years of service to the school as a student mentor. “Thank you so much for this recognition,” he said at the reception from the school honoring his service. “I didn’t realize it had been 20 years.” Hanson was recruited to Arnco-Sargent’s volunteer program 20 years ago by his wife, Joann Hanson, who at the time was principal of Arnco-Sargent. “He’s been here ever since and has mentored several of our students,” said Priscilla Lee, a counselor at Arnco-Sargent and head of the school’s parent-volunteer program. “He likes to start with the younger children in kindergarten and first grade a nd follow them to f ifth grade.” The staff at Arnco-Sargent has enjoyed working

w it h Ha nson a nd seei ng his impact on them and the students. “The first day of pre-planning that year (Hanson’s first year), I walked by the storage room and an adorable gentleman was in there painting and putting in shelves,” said Regina Lange, teacher at Arnco-Sargent. “He looked up at me with a huge grin on his face and said that Joann had him fixing the place up. I couldn’t help but smile, and for the last 20 years I have continued to see that same smile that was on my face on the faces of the students he mentors every time he walks in the door. There are some things in life that are priceless, and that smile is definitely worth a million words.” “He is a positive role model (mentor) for a ll our students,” said Vickie Vaughn,

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Photos By Celia Shortt

Victor Hanson, left, was recently honored by Arnco-Sargent Elementary School for his 20 years as a school mentor. Mekhi Winkles, right, met Hanson when he was in first grade. Hanson then mentored him through fifth. Winkles is now a student at Newnan High School.

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Try your own salads w summer these rec ith ipes! ➤ PA GE 5

Photos by Jeffrey Leo

Newnan junior William Ballou (left) and East Coweta first-year varsity player Jasmine Keiler were honored by the county’s GHSA head tennis coaches as 2014 All-County Players of the Year.

Ballou, Keiler lead All-County honors By CHRIS GOLTERMANN

William Ballou and Jasmine Keiler are only getting started when it comes to their respective va rsity ten nis careers. But they’ve already made quite an impact on respective boys and girls programs at Newnan and East Coweta. In a season that saw all six local teams qualify for the GHSA State Playoffs, the sport was as strong as any this spring. And it only expects to improve into 2015. It’s also another reason why the list of players on this year’s Newnan TimesHera ld GHSA A l l- Cou nt y Ten n is Teams is long, with Ballou — Newnan’s

No. 1 singles player — and Keiler — the top singles player for the Lady Indians — leading the way. The teams were selected by the county’s three GHSA head coaches — East Coweta’s Scott Smith, Northgate’s Justin Crews and Newnan’s Hap Hines. Ballou, who was joined by seniors Landon Goolsby and Mikey Miller, battled East Coweta’s boys for the top spot in Region 3-AAAAAA this year, earning first place in the regular season and then placing second to the Indians in the postseason tournament. “We’re looking to even more good t h i ngs from h i m next yea r,” sa id Newnan head coach Hap Hines of Bal-

lou, a junior, following a first-round Class AAAAAA tournament loss to Lowndes. “He’s got a chance to be one of the best we’ve had before it’s all said and done.” From his No. 1 singles spot, Ballou took on the top players from opposing teams, creating quite the rivalry with East Coweta counterpart and fellow All-County selection Matt Byers, who won two of three head-to-head matches including a final third-set tiebreaker in the 3-AAAAAA championship. Ballou also was forced to battle

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Grilled Chipotle Caesar Salad Wedges

Trio of salads Family Features There’s nothing better than enjoying a delicious meal while relaxing with friends and family. Most of us have that familiar go-to menu that takes little or no planning, but this summer it’s time to try something new. First, move dinner outdoors to enjoy the warmth of the sun or a star-filled summer sky. Then, fire up the grill and showcase summer’s bounty to create this delicious trio of salads for a gathering that truly shines.

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Newnan digital photography Newnan Carnegie Library May 30 2 p.m. - 4 p.m

With the help of photographer Gorgon Kilgore, this class with teach the basics of digital photography from how to hold a camera to camera settings and simple lighting techniques.

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2 $ 95

The Coweta County Master Gardeners will host a tour of unique gardens including the Farmer Garden, the Emerson Garden, the Hutcheson Redwine Plantation and the Oak Grove Plantation. A voluteer will be on hand to answer questions and proceeds will benefit Coweta Extension Service educational programs.


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all-county Continued from page 1

Vickie Vaughn, right, presents Victor Hanson a plaque honoring him for his 20 years of service as a student mentor.

mentor Continued from page 1

principal of Arnco-Sargent. “He is truly dedicated to ensuring the success of our students. Success in school and life.” Lee says a valuable part of Hanson’s work is that he has been a father figure to several of the boys at ArncoSargent throughout the 20 years he’s been there. “He is that male role model that so many of the boys need but don’t have,” she said. “One thing he always asks is to be assigned to mentor a child beginning at an early age. Then he likes to stay with them through fifth grade.” One student Hanson mentored from

first grade through fifth grade was at the reception for him and able to thank him for the impact he’s had on his life. “He’s really one of the main things that has molded me into who I am today,” said Mekhi Winkles. Winkles is a student at Newnan High School. A rnco-Sa rgent ’s volunteer program is called Parents Assisting With Student Success. In whatever capacity they can, parents volunteer at the school. According to Lee, some donate materials, volunteer for events, make copies, mentor, or tutor students. PAWSS also incorporates volunteers who come to the school and mentor the students. These mentors are trained through Coweta County School’s Mentorship Program.

Westlake star Chris Eubanks, the No. 2 ranked varsity player in the state and a Georgia Tech signee. But his wins included a 6-4, 6-1 decision over Northgate’s Larry Sloan, who was a lso a mong six A ll- County singles players with Byers, Miller, Goolsby, Viking Cole Chenowith and Indians senior Mitchell Corley. East Coweta’s boys, which received stellar play in doubles, monopolized All-County First Team Selections. Juniors Andy and Oliver Truong, who went 28-8 on the season, were joined by teammates Jun Kwon and Nick Smith on the All-County team. Kwon and Smith finished with an 11-1 record on an Indians team that captured this year’s 3-AAAAAA boys championship. Keiler, meanwhile, made an impressive debut in her first year with the Lady Indians while playing between the No. 1 and No. 2 singles positions. The transfer from Connecticut was a welcomed addition to the program while finishing with a record of 15-5-1 during the season. Keiler won the Lady Indians’ only match in this year’s Region 3-AAAAAA semifinal loss over New na n A ll- County junior

Carly Griffies before helping East Coweta’s girls place third. She added a victory against Douglas County in the final match of the region tournament. A long with Keiler a nd Griffies, the All-County First Te a m a m on g s i n g le s a l s o includes Newnan seniors Gray Griffies and Caroline Davis, Lady I ndia n P risci l la Tr uong and Northgate sophomore standout Danielle Rankin. The All-County First Team a mong doubles i ncluded a duo from both Northgate and Newnan. The Lady Vikings qualified for the Class AAAAA state playoffs i n Reg ion 4-AAAAA by finishing fourth out in one of its most competitive divisions. Northgate’s freshman pairi ng of Sa ra h Edmonds a nd Sarah Guilot went 2-1 in the 4-AAAAA tournament en route to All-County honors. They were joined among the All-County girls doubles honorees by Newnan’s pairing of freshman Olivia Dumas and junior Lollie Davis. 2014 Newnan Times-Herald All-County Tennis Team Boys - Player of the Year William Ballou, Newnan, Jr. First Team Singles Matt Byers E Coweta Mitchell Corley E Coweta, Sr. Cole Chenowith Northgate, Jr. Landon Goolsby Newnan, Sr.

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Riders to gather for Bear Creek Poker Ride

Ch … Ch … Ch … Changes “Change” is an interesting word. It can be used as a verb or a noun. Even the word itself can ta ke on completely different meanings. According to good old Noah Webster, change as a verb means 1. make or become different and 2. take or use another instead of. As a noun, it refers to 1. the act or instance of making or becoming different and 2. coins as opposed to paper currency. And we should all feel a little more intelligent now. It’s also used pretty regularly around our casa. Usually it’s the Little Black Dress looking over one of the SONS of Thunder as they come down the stairs prior to leaving for school. “Change that shirt/pants/whatever,” is how she usually uses the word. She’s also been known to


say “change that look on your face” or something similar on a fairly regular basis. For the SONS, about the only time they deal with change is while trying to steal coins from my change jar. Some people like change. Others fight it with everything they have. But change, not referring to coins but rather to make some different, is inevitable. The Newnan Times-Herald is no exception. One of the biggest changes in our nearly 150-year history is coming.

Riders are hoping to draw a full house at the Bear Creek Hounds Poker R ide on June 7 at Bea r Creek Farm, 1539 Bear Creek Road, Moreland. But every participant will be a winner of a fabulous opportunity for a trail ride. English and Western riders of all skill levels and ages are welcome. A poker ride is a trail ride in which participants visit seven checkpoints, drawing a playing card at each one. Riders with the best hands at the end of the ride receive cash prizes. “It’s all in fun, and a great way to get out and enjoy a summer morning covering some of Coweta County’s most beautiful countryside,” says Hal Barry, master of Bear Creek Hounds. “Bear Creek Hounds is known for our robust junior rider program, and we hope to see lots of kids and families out riding together. Everyone is invited to

A new American hero Some love one, some love a not her. But some of us – including me – are openm i nded a nd big-hea r ted enough to love both. I feel blessed to love both cats and dogs. And I’ve had some great ones. Others aren’t so lucky. They claim to love dogs and hate cats or vice-versa. Dig just a little deeper, though, and you’ll find that many of those people don’t base their opinions on personal experience but on snarky stories told by others or negative portrayals of dogs and cats in the media. Or at least negative portrayals of cats. Dogs are ra rely depic ted a s a nything less than “Man’s Best Friend.” You k now t he stor ies. Lassie rescues wholesome young Timmy from fires, floods, runaway horses and CRCT exams. A sled dog named Balto leads a pack of mutts across a frozen stretch of Alaska to deliver life-sav-

ing diphtheria medicine to citizens of Nome. The list of beloved dogs goes on: Rin Tin Tin, Roy Rogers’ four-legged partner, Bullet, and everybody’s favorite Beagle, Snoopy. Sure, there are a few bad dogs (see Cujo), but for the most part, pooches get the royal treatment. And they should. There is nothing better than a good dog. But you can’t beat a good cat, either. Just ask me. Cats, however, are rarely depicted as wonderful, fun-loving and affectionate. Today’s most well-known cats are cartoon slacker Garfield and a sour-faced Internet sta r ca lled “Gr umpy Cat.” Cats are never depicted as heroic. Until now. A new Youtube video proves that at least one feline deserves the title of Hero. The video was shot in Bakersfield, California, previously famous for producing great country singers

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like Buck Owens and mediocre moaners like Dwight Yoakam. Now Bakersfield is going bonkers over a brand new star – a cat named Tara. The kitty’s heroism was recently captured on home surveillance video. It’s quite a show. The video opens with a shot of 4-year-old Jeremy Triantafilo riding his tricycle in the driveway of his Bakersfield home. The peaceful scene is shattered when a large dog creeps up

behind the lad, bites his leg, drags him off the trike and violently shakes the helpless boy. But not for long. Ju st s e cond s i nto t he vicious attack Tara the tabby cat races into the picture, goes airborne and sails into the dog, teeth and claws first. The impact knocks the dog off Jeremy and leaves the mutt looking dazed and confused. Not satisfied with just protecting Jeremy, Tara goes old school on the pooch and actually chases the dog down the street, tail tucked. Cops later said the dog had a history of going after kids and may have to be put down. That’s a shame. But at least where animals are concerned – if not politicians – actions still have

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consequences. The bites to Jeremy’s leg were serious, but the day after the footage hit the Internet, Jeremy, his parents and Tara had recovered enough to appear on TMZ TV and Good Morning, America. The Triantafilos said Tara was actually a stray that followed the family home from a neighborhood park a few years ago. Tara was adopted by the family and actually slept in Jeremy’s crib when he was a baby. Better yet, the bravest beast in Bakersf ield isn’t

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some muscled-up backyard bully. Tara is a young lady. With apologies to The Spice Girls, Tara the cat now defines “girl power.” And for people who always thought of cats as lazy, useless and self-centered, Tara proves once and for all that cats can be as loyal and protective as Old Yeller. At least when they are motivated. Several TV reporters tried to get Tara’s take on the incident. She yawned. With some heroes, that’s just how it is. Bless the Lord, O my soul and all that is within me, bless His holy name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits: Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases; who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with living kindness and tender mercies; who satisfieth thy mouth with good things; so that thy youth is renewed like the eagles. Psalm 103: 1-5

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bring a picnic lunch and cold drinks and join us under the pavilion at noon for winner awards and raffle prizes.” Tra i l s w i l l be wel l-m a rke d through shady paths, open fields and creek crossings to provide water for horses. Riders are encouraged to ride at their own pace or enjoy a walk through the woods and fields. Outriders will be available to assist riders, and water will be available at the card-draw stations. The cost is $35 for adults and $20 for juniors. Prizes will be given for the best hands. Riders also have the opportunity to win raff le prizes. Raffle tickets are $5. A current negative Coggins test and rider releases are required. No dogs are allowed for this event. The poker ride will begin at 8:30 a.m. Registration is from 8-10 a.m. on June 7, but pre-registration is encouraged. Riders who pre-register will receive a free raffle ticket.


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The Newnan Times-Herald and Newnan-Coweta Magazine are pleased to announce the 2014-2015 issue of Coweta Living, an upscale guide that offers a fresh look at Coweta County to all residents, old and new. Coweta County shines as one of the best places to live in Georgia. Coweta Living, publishes in August and is distributed year-round, showing why living and doing business in Coweta is such a great idea.


Coweta Living is a full-color glossy magazine and features a thick cover stock, giving it a long shelf life. Writing, photography and design are of the highest quality.

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AUDIENCE AND READERSHIP Our target audience is all current Coweta residents, new residents and visitors. This guide will also be used as a promotional piece to attract new residents and businesses to our community. Circulation is 12,000+, and the readership level should be 48,000+.

DISTRIBUTION Coweta Living is distributed prominently at locations throughout the county. It will be delivered to The Newnan Times-Herald subscribers in August and available yearround at The Newnan Times-Herald, Coweta County Welcome Center, NewnanCoweta Chamber of Commerce and at various locations across the county.


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A trio of salads makes Alfresco Dining shine Regardless of whether your taste buds lean toward sweet or savory, or your appetite is light or hearty — each of these salads is tasty and inventive — and sure to please even the most discern­ing of dinner guests. For more recipe and entertaining ideas to brighten your outdoor table, visit www.mirassou. com or

Steak Salad Paired with Pinot Noir Servings: 4 Prep time: 20 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Dressing:

Mango Caprese Salad Paired with Riesling Servings: 8 to 10 Prep time: 15 minutes • 3 large, ripe mangos, peeled, pitted and sliced • 8 ounces fresh mozza- rella cheese, sliced • 3 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice • 3 tablespoons extra vir- gin olive oil • Sea salt and freshly ground pepper to taste

• Snipped fresh basil leaves • Crusty toasted baguette slices Place mango slices on platter, alternating with mozza­rella slices. Drizzle with lemon juice and oil, and season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle with basil and serve with baguette slices.

• 1/2 cup rinsed, drained canned white beans (save remaining beans for salad) • 1/4 cup white balsamic vinegar • 3 tablespoons extra vir- gin olive oil • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 1 clove garlic Freshly ground pepper to taste Steak salad: • 8 ounces mixed baby greens • 1, 8-ounce grilling steak, seasoned with salt and pepper or Pinot Noir Marinade • 1/2 cup quartered and thinly sliced red onion • 1/2 cup shaved fresh

fennel • 1 cup baked croutons • 1/2 cup crumbled Gorgon zola cheese Place all dressing ingredients in blender or food processor; pu ree u nt i l smooth. Chill until ready to serve. Grill steak for about 5 min­utes on each side; let cool slightly. Place greens, steak, onion and fennel in large bowl and toss with half the dressing. Arrange on 4 salad plates and top with croutons, cheese and remaining white beans; drizzle with remaining dressing. For Pinot Noir Marinade, com­b ine 1 /2 cup Pinot Noir, 1 table­s poon Dijon mustard, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon coarse black pepper and 2 cloves minced garlic in resealable plastic bag.

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Essay contest in honor of Watts-Byrd A n essay contest was held recently titled “Girls In The Middle Academy,” honoring the late Jaunita WattsByrd, a long-time Coweta County educator and charter member of the Newnan Continental Societies Inc. The topics were “Bullying In Schools” and “Violence In Music.” Students f r o m O. P. E v a n s M id dle School, Arnall Middle School, Dawson Street Academy and East Coweta Middle Schools submitted their essays to the respective counselors. The contest was judged on April 12 and awarded on May 2. The students along with their counselors were awarded certificates and monetary tokens of achievement and appreciation. The Newnan Chapter of Continental Societies, Inc. congratulates: Lia Boyce (1st Place), Merci Jackson (2nd Place) and Jasmine Williams (3rd Place) as Juanita Watts Byrd Essay Contest Winners. Other participants were as follows: Asia Welch, Evans M idd le School ; A ngela Mareno, A rnall Mid-

dle School; Jocelyn Garcia, Arnall Middle School; Iy s hei a Sher m a n , E a st Coweta M idd le School. Each you ng lady wa s awarded a certificate and a monetary award. Counselors from all of Coweta Cou nt y m idd le schools helped with this entire effort. From left, Jasmine Williams - 3rd place Dawson Street Christian School, Rev. Albert Jackson Sr., Merci Jackson - 2nd place Dawson Street Christian School, Dr. Marva Slade-Jennings.

From left, Kori Reid - counselor, Lia Boyce - 1st place Madras Middle School, Rev. Linda Dixon - Continental Societies, Inc.

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