The Weekly E-Edition for September 20 now online


Click the following link for the full digital issue: Weekly Sept. 20 E-Edition.

From Staff Reports

The September 20 issue of The Weekly is now available for our readers online in a digital replica format.

On the front page, readers will see an upcoming Calendar of Events plus spotlights on the Turin Tractor Pull and Southern Signature Solutions.

Below are the highlights of what readers can find in this week’s 16-page issue.

• Senior Living expert Beth Dow notes that September is National Fall Prevention Month and details statistics on falls by seniors, 60 and older.

• Our Sports Calendar has this week’s local high school football action, major college football games of interest and the pro sports teams in Atlanta TV and start time information.

• The Coweta Community Foundation (CCF) announced Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corporation as the runner-up recipient of the esteemed IMPACT Corporate Innovative Project Award.

• It’s time for the Greatest Show on Earth or at least in these parts is the topic of this month’s Notes from Perry Street.

• Piedmont Newnan Hospital receives National Accreditation for its Bariatrics Program.

• Also, Piedmont Newnan offers Support Groups for Oncology Patients and their Caregivers.

• The Weekly Kitchen features a wonderful recipe for Elevator Lady Spice Cookies, one found in an old Newnan Junior Service League book.

• UGA Extension Coweta County Coordinator Stephanie Butcher answer the question of “is it too late to plant a fall garden?”

• In our Weekly Deals column, LaTina Emerson talks with Casilee Harper of State Farm on how to save $$$ on medical costs for pets with pet insurance.

• Jess Barron of Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors lists the three common mistakes sellers make when listing their property.

• Columnist Kathy Bohannon writes about growing up and “The Truth.”

The September 20 print edition is mailed to Zone 4 which encompasses zip code 30263 (Newnan).

To view the last four E-Editions of The Weekly, click the following link:

The Weekly September 20, 2023

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