Benefit Friday

Spaghetti supper planned for Megan Winters

by Sarah Fay Campbell

A spaghetti supper fundraiser for Megan Winters, who was injured Dec. 30 when she fell into a well at her grandparent’s home in Whitesburg, will be held Friday at the Coweta Veterans Club, off U.S. Hwy. 29 just north of Newnan.

Winters, 7, is a student at Brooks Elementary School.

The spaghetti dinner will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Coweta Veterans Club. The event is sponsored by the Newnan American Legion Riders.

Plates are $6. Tickets are available at the Veterans Club and can be purchased at the door.

All proceeds will go toward- medical bills and assistance to Megan and her family during her recovery. She sustained a broken arm, two broken legs, broken facial bones and some brain swelling.

Any donations are also welcome.



More Local

Lawyer speaks about Holloway’s arrest

The attorney for former Evans Middle School chorus teacher Johnny Holloway, D. Scott Cummins, said his client may have made mistakes but car ... Read More


Coweta Suicide Statistics

Women more likely to take own lives

Editor’s note: This article is a result of the Times-Herald’s focus in recent days on suicide and depression following the death ... Read More


Off-duty deputy injured in motorcycle accident

An off-duty Coweta County deputy was badly injured in a motorcycle accident in Luthersville Tuesday evening, and he is now being treated and ... Read More


Suspects arrested on I-85 for credit card fraud

Three people suspected of being involved in a credit card fraud ring were arrested Tuesday by Grantville authorities after they were stopped ... Read More


Grantville Police

Chief seeks fresh image for department

Javier Garcia is on a mission to restore credibility to the Grantville Police Department. The recently appointed police chief spoke to the c ... Read More

More traffic, intoxicated drivers expected for Labor Day weekend

For the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend, which is one of the most traveled weekends of the year, Georgia State Patrol troopers will be ma ... Read More