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Men of Senoia UMC build handicap ramp for resident

Mrs. Eron Crook gives her new ramp a test run. Shown left to right are Ken Hazelton, Jim Asher, Carol Beckom, Eron Crook, Ken Nestelhut and Ivie Bowman. Photo/special.

The United Methodist Men of Senoia United Methodist Church carried the ministry of the church outside the walls into the community on Saturday, June 23.

Long time member Mrs. Eron Crook had become homebound due to her declining health. Access to her home required negotiating stairs at every entrance making it nearly impossible for her to leave her home — even for doctor visits. Read More»

Senoia UMC men pitch in, build ramp for local woman

Senoia UMC men pitch in, build ramp for local woman

The United Methodist Men of Senoia United Methodist Church carried the ministry of the church outside the walls into our community on Saturday, June 23. Long time member, Mrs. Eron Crook, had become homebound due to her declining health. Access to her home required negotiating stairs at every entrance making it nearly impossible for her to leave her home - even for doctor visits. Read More»

Doug & Shirley Vincent 60th Wedding Anniversary

Doug and Shirley Vincent of Senoia celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.

Doug and Shirley Vincent of Senoia will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on June 21, 2012.

They will observe the occasion by enjoying a brunch with family on June 24 at Rays on the River.

The Vincents were married June 21, 1952 at Antioch Baptist Church in Hogansville. Read More»

Senoia Area Historical Society establishing research library

The Senoia Area Historical Society is establishing a research library in the museum and is looking for material that would help document and preserve the history of Senoia and the surrounding area.
 
If you would like to donate any items such as books, newspaper articles, church directories, school yearbooks, photographs, digital photos, etc. the society would be grateful.  Items will become part of the society's collection and will be treated as historic treasures. 
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Judicial candidates to square off in Senoia

Residents of Senoia and the surrounding communities on June 19 will have an opportunity to hear comments from two candidates, Emory Palmer and Kevin McMurry, aspiring for the position of Coweta County Superior Court Judge. There will be an opportunity to ask questions after their opening comments.

This will help all voters to determine whom they will vote for in the upcoming general primary election on July 31. Read More»

Senoia coffeehouse gets makeover for ‘The Walking Dead’

Senoia coffeehouse gets makeover for ‘The Walking Dead’

Is it the Senoia Coffee & Cafe on Main Street in Senoia or is it the Woodbury Coffee House? Actually it’s both. The landmark Senoia Coffee & Cafe was transformed Wednesday into the Woodbury Coffee House as part of the set for “The Walking Dead” television show that is currently filming in downtown Senoia. Merchants want shoppers to know the businesses are still open during filming; you just have to enter through the back doors. Photo/Maggie Zerkus.

Southern Living Idea House now open in Senoia

Photo/Maggie Zerkus.

The Southern Living magazine 2012 Idea House opened last week on the Gin Property in Senoia. Located just south of downtown, the nearly 4,000 square-foot Southern country farm house will be open for tours through Dec. 23. Photo/Ben Nelms.

‘The Walking Dead’ zombies poised to invade Senoia

It looks like the beginnings of a theater in the vacant lot on the south side of Main Street in Senoia. But it’s not. And it looks like a revamping of the railroad complete with boxcars at Main and Gin streets. But it’s not.

Both are props for the filming of the third season of the highly rated AMC series “The Walking Dead,” set to begin shooting in town this week. Read More»

Senoia rocks on Memorial Day

It was the perfect occasion for flag-waving during the parade at the annual Senoia Memorial Day event that runs each year from morning until night. These kids were among the thousands that lined Main Street to see nearly 70 parade entries pass by. Photo/Ben Nelms

One has to look no further than Senoia to find a massive celebration each Memorial Day. That was the case again this year when thousands of people converged on the downtown area for the festivities that began Monday morning and ended after sunset.

As usual, the center of the day’s event was downtown at Main Street and Seavy Street where the stage and speakers were positioned. And those events began at 10:30 a.m. with a performance by the Georgia Dolls Baton Twirlers and was followed with songs from 15 year-old Krysta Nick. Read More»

Youth Appreciation Banquet Hosted by Senoia Optimist Club

The Optimist Club of Senoia hosted its annual Youth Appreciation Banquet on May 3, 2012 in recognition of students at East Coweta High School and Northgate High School. Senoia Optimist member Laura Bell was the chair of the event which was held at the Senior Citizens’ Center in Senoia. Read More»

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