Sweep your porch and plant some flowers! It's Lights.Camera.RAMBLE!
The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation is coming to Newton County the weekend of Oct 12-14 for their fall RAMBLE and Newborn is featured Sunday October 14!
Burge, Sandtown Plantation, Pitts/Hogan Home, Porter Manor Gardens Venue, the Historic Newborn Schoolhouse and Newborn Methodist are among the tour stops.
Rambles feature exclusive tours and social events in historic properties not usually open to the public. Tours of historic homes and buildings are self-guided, and guests provide their own transportation.
Full ticket info here.
Wayne Sams stepped up in June to fulfill the term of his late wife Ruth Sams, who passed away unexpectedly March 29. Ruth was active in the Newborn Area Heritage Trust (Schoolhouse), Arbor Day and Tree Board, and so much more.
Wayne has lived in Newborn most of his life, and was one of the co-authors of that book about Newborn (see below.) He can tell you how everyone is related to everyone else.
What's SPLOST got to do with it?
SPLOST is short for Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, a referendum in Newton County. AND IT PASSED!
We're Up To FIVE Blinking Lights
Thanks to a safety grant from Georgia DOT the town has installed four new blinking lights around town to remind folks to slow down!
Zimskillet = Yum!!
Who doesn't want to go to "The Home of the Loaded Dough Biscuit!"
Newborn's newest restaurant owner Paul Zimmerman isn't new in town, just to this business. They appreciate the warm response from residents.
Here's Mr. ZimSkillet himself serving samples to the Covington Century volunteers in July.
The restaurant is at 4142 Hwy 142, and you can call ahead to 770-337-9449.
Public Notification - Important Information About Your Drinking Water
Town Of Newborn's E-Verify ID #: 151331
Date of authorization: September 11, 2008