Coweta County News and Notes
By JOHN A. WINTERS, Publisher
News from here, there and the Internet.
The Coweta County School System extends its deepest sympathies to the family, friends and long-time colleagues of Mrs. Sue Brown, who passed away on Saturday, February 18. A life-long educator and music teacher, Mrs. Brown also served 16 years on the Coweta County Board of Education representing District 2, and was the first woman to serve as school board chair.
This is so sad … RIP Mr. Henry Vaughn! Great employee and ambassador for Arnall Grocery Company for so many, many years. He will surely be missed. From Arnall Grocery: “Sorry to report that Mr. Henry Vaughn has passed away. He loved to take care of his customers. The loyalty and dedication he showed is unsurpassed. He is missed by many.”
Yamaha’s commitment to Community isn’t just through straight donations. We also encourage our team to volunteer, and we back that up with a promise. As our team turns in the hours they have volunteered with a nonprofit, we donate $15 for every hour back to the organization they supported.
BBQCountry announces Tina Cannon as the 4th of 12 Professional Pitmasters for Season 1 of Barbecue Country. Tina Cannon has over 35 years in the culinary industry. She is a classically trained chef that has worked in many capacities in professional kitchens. Tina volunteers at the local culinary school teaching and inspiring students in various culinary classes. In 2022 Tina cooked over 50 K meals alone, single handedly for Meals on Wheels of Coweta.