Guy News 


Hope everyone had a blessed Valentine’s Day! And that your sweetie pie treated you right and if you didn’t have a sweetie pie that you treated your self. I know that is what I did.

Last weekend was the February Birthday Dinner at the home of Margie Rimmer. Those celebrating birthdays was Marigie Rimmer, Shane and Tatum Burroughs and Kyle Rimmer. They had a big turn out over 32 people attended. The food and company was great! Ms. Margie you are blessed to have such a wonderful and big family. We wish you and the others many more birthdays to come. I enjoyed talking with you this week too  keep sending me news.

The Guy Small Town 4-H will be helping with a Spaghetti Supper on March 9, $5 donation a plate. Get with Dianna Watkins for tickets or any member if you would like tickets before Feb. 27.

Last weekend was another success with the Polar Plunge in Russelville for Area 17 Special Olympics. This was the first time to do this in Russellville. We will continue to have a plunge at Woolly Hollow next year too. It will be the last Saturday in January 2013. So be thinking about how you can dress up and come out to plunge next year.  Freezin for a Reason! With Special Olympics. Looking forward to the pictures in the 501 magazine. Thanks 501 and the Log Cabin Democrat for supporting us.

Please keep the following in your prayers. Butch Rimmer, Bernard Stevenson, Wilma Stevenson, Miss Lennie, Dorothy Glover, Montine Tarkington, Betty Griffith, and any one else that has been in the hospital or has been sick. If you don’t let me know I can’t put it in for others to know. Send to or call 679-3299. As you all know if you can reach me at home you can usually reach me at my moms.

Gary Fielder will have a birthday the end of this month so if you see him say Happy Birthday day old man! We are all getting older. Where has all the time gone so fast?  

Have a great week end and remember to be safe and don’t drink and drive. Just having a buzz and driving also means drinking and driving.

Remember to pray for our law enforcement, firemen, and those that serve the military for they put their lives out their every day to protect us.