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As Election Day in Coweta County approaches, Coweta School Board Member Amy Dees joins Joy and Jacqui to talk about the rampant misinformation campaign sponsored by an outside organization currently looking to disrupt local school boards across the country. Dees talks about the goals of the New York-based 1776  Project PAC and the negative effect politicizing school board races has on a community like Coweta. 
In this episode, Joy and Renae are joined by longtime Atlanta-area DJ, Cadillac Jack, a 25-year market pro who spent his entire career at the former KICKS 1015 in afternoon drive and morning drive (morning drive for the final 12 years).  He joined The Bear, 92.5 in October 2021.
In this episode, Jacqui and Joy talk with Sharpsburg Mayor Blue Cole who shares a few good stories about his community and why it's a strong draw for people looking to relocate to Coweta County. 
Kenny Johnson is currently running for Coweta Commissioner for District 2. A lifelong Coweta resident, Johnson talks about the issues of ongoing growth and his vision for keeping Coweta's rural integrity intact.  To learn more about his campaign, click here.Early voting for the May 24 General Primary Election, Nonpartisan General Election and Special Election is available for three weeks, May 2-20.Voters can cast their ballots Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the early voting period, as well as on Saturday, May 7 and Saturday, May 14, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both day
Niki Sewell is seeking to continue in her role as Clerk of Superior Court here in Coweta County. She's been with the Clerk's Office for 18 years and a county employee for over 25 years. Niki talks about her role at the office and her vision for the future. To learn more about her campaign, visit: https://www.facebook.com/nsewellforclerk or contact her directly at votenikisewell@gmail.com
In this episode, Joy and Jacqui talk with Kevin Barbee, who currently serves as the Executive Director of ELEVATE Coweta Students. ELEVATE surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. The organization currently serves 350 students in Coweta County schools and offers many opportunities for volunteers to mentor and help. On May 7, the organization will host its annual "Hats and Hooves" fundraiser, which is expected to see nearly 400 in attendance. To learn more about ELEVATE, visit https://elevatecowetastudents.org/
Bill McKenzie retired last summer after 32 years as warden of the Coweta County Prison. Now he hopes to serve on the Coweta County Board of Commissioners. In this episode, McKenzie talks about his personal history with Coweta County and what his vision of being a commissioner looks like.  Learn more about his campaign at: https://electbillmckenzie.com/
In this episode, Jacqui and Joy are joined by Chris Doane with Bike Coweta. Doane has helped organize the second annual "Rock and Road Festival" later this month. The event, set for April 22-24, is a weekend on wheels, featuring road rides, mountain biking and a big party in downtown Newnan. Doane talks about how bikes can make a big impact on a community.  For more information on the organization and the upcoming events, visit BikeCoweta.com
When it comes to selling your home, never underestimate the power of good photography. In this episode, Joy and Jacqui talk with real estate photographer Tyler Willis who shares his tips and tricks for ensuring a home gets the attention it needs.  Learn more about Tyler's work by visiting his website, www.tylerwillisphotography.com
Clay Bryant’s penchant for solving cold cases helped spark the creation of his debut work, “Solving the West Georgia Murder of Gwendolyn Moore: A Cry From the Well.” In this episode, Bryant talks about his journey through the world cold case investigations that helped bring justice to the 30-year-old unresolved murder of Miss Moore at the hands of her husband. 
In this episode of "Between the Js," Jacqui and Joy are joined by Nique Kight of Southern Vein Care. Kight is a Practice Administrator at Southern Vein Care and offers some insights into the process. 
Gabe and Wendy Rivera join Joy and Renea to talk about the upcoming "Acts: The 3-Man Show," which opens this weekend at First Baptist Church Newnan. For more information on the production or to purchase tickets, visit: https://www.fbcnewnan.org/event/the-acts-3-man-show/all/
In this episode, Joy and Jacqui get into the world of lending with Megan Mulvey, loan originator for Cross Country Mortgage. Mulvey delves into what lenders are looking for when considering a loan for a new home purchase.  You can learn more about Megan by visiting her website here!
In this episode of "Something to Chat About," Renea and Joy turn their attention to the world of murals with special guest Amber Stidham, owner of Empire Murals. You may have seen some of her work around town with her work featured in downtown Newnan,  Junction Lanes, and Ashley Park. You can see more of her art at her website: www.empiremural.com or on Instagram: EmpireMuralsInc or Leah.Art.Create 
If you want to talk about Newnan, there's no better person to talk with than Miss Norma Haynes, the 2022 Citizen of the Year. In this episode of "Between the Js," Joy and Jacqui talk with Miss Norma about her passion for serving her community as the driving force behind the Newnan Coweta Public Safety Foundation, which serves the men and women of public safety in our community.
On this episode, Renea and Joy are joined by local author, school board member and Senoia resident Amy Dees, who considers herself a ‘literary time traveler’ as her passion is historical fiction.An advocate for children and students, Amy has written numerous articles on varying topics such as education, policy making, outstanding student achievement, and parenting. Her short story, “The Color of Kings,” won second place in the first ever Erskine Caldwell Pen Contest.
In this episode of "Between The Js," Joy Barnes and Jacqui Robertson talk about the latest trends in real estate for 2022 in Coweta. As the market remains hot and inventory is low in Coweta, see what you can expect in the upcoming year when it comes to homeownership.
In this episode, local comedian Sevonta joins the ladies of Something To Chat About to talk about his upcoming show, the “Exit 47 Comedy Get Down.” The show, scheduled for January 23 at the Wadsworth Auditorium will feature comedians Joel Byars, Bo P, K Dubb, and Sevonta. All proceeds for the show will go directly to the Coweta Community Foundation to help those impacted by the tornado last year. 
In this episode of "Between The Js," Newnan Fire Chief Stephen Brown joins Jacqui and Joy to talk about fire prevention, tornado response, and the annual Christmas parade in Downtown Newnan.
Longtime Newnan resident and "Voice of the Hawks" for 37 seasons, Steve Holman was recently selected for induction into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. A Massachusetts native, Holman’s first radio job was as a 17-year-old high school senior at WCCM, where he got to work under sportscasting icon Curt Gowdy, who owned the station. Holman has been involved in the NBA since the early 1970s when he was broadcast assistant to the Boston Celtics' late play-by-play legend Johnny Most. His 2,766th consecutive game is scheduled for Wednesday night as the Hawks take on the Orlando Magic.
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