The Paper E-Edition for August is now available online
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From Staff Reports
The August issue of The Paper is now available for our readers online in a digital replica format.
On this month’s front page are a pair of spotlight ads. One is a reminder to purchase Mega Passes for the upcoming 2023 Kiwanis Coweta County Fair and other focuses on Jess Barron of Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors.
Below are the highlights of what readers can find in this month’s 28-page issue.
• Our Ambassador at Large Corby Winters writes in this month’s Notes from Perry Street that it’s “All about the Baby!”
• Hank Arnold of Coweta FORCE answers a few questions in the August Interview.
• Mr. Personality features his Book of the Month.
• Piedmont Newnan Hospital is nationally recognized for its commitment to high-quality Cardiovascular Care.
• Also, Piedmont Newnan says “Thank You” to its Summer Junior Volunteers.
• Jess Barron of Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors gives folks an update on the Coweta County Real Estate Market.
• Our Kris Youmans has compiled a comprehensive calendar for local and live music in the month of August.
• Columnist Jonathan W. Hickman contributes his monthly column on films and streaming in The Film Fix.
• Zen News and Notes covers not only the local scene but things from the internet.
• Columnist Samantha Brazie details the trending term of FOMO.
• Newnan Carnegie Library Director Susan Crutchfield gives information on new fall programs and hours at the Carnegie plus some book recommendations.
• Our newest columnist – Katie Anderson – gives our readers a look into local breweries.
• And calendars, we have them for events taking place around Coweta for the month of August.
Miss a recent issue of The Paper? Click the following link to view previous issues: https://www.wintersmedia.net/the-paper-e-editions/.
The Paper is mailed to neighborhoods – Arbor Springs, Lake Redwine, Newnan Country Club, SummerGrove, and White Oak – with an additional 6,000 distributed to over 125 locations in-and-around Coweta County.