The temperatures are getting cooler and the leaves are turning so it looks like fall in Centerville. I am guessing our male population is itching to find those big deer now that it is cool. I know Darrel likes to wait until after the first freeze to hunt but that didn’t stop him and Dylan from gathering their camouflage clothing so they will be ready.
I spent last Saturday morning with my Aunt Frances Hall, and then met Carrie Spear and my sister, Laura Thompson, for lunch at Old Chicago Pizza in downtown Conway.
I was surprised to see a parade in my rear view mirror as I waited for Laura and Carrie and later learned the Conway Firefighters were having a parade to kick off the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Carrie recommended the Hawaiian pizza and I had not tried it so I was quite impressed.
It does not matter where we are or what we are doing, we always have a good time and I am thankful for the close relationship I have with them.
After church last Sunday, the kids and I visited with Jim and Sherry Freeman for a bit. We then drove to Conway and met my mom and other sister, Andrea Hall and Mary Hall, at Colton’s Steakhouse in Conway. Dylan and Kaylee both love to go out to eat and Colton’s is a good place to visit without feeling rushed to leave after the meal. We decided to go visit with Frances afterwards since it was such a pretty day. Mary and Laura both had the same idea so it was nice to continue our visit.
We had to rush to get everything ready to start a week at work but it was worth it. Enjoy your week and drive through the Centerville Community and witness the beauty of fall if you get a chance.
Upcoming events for fall festival: Mrs. Rippy’s 4th Grade King Cnnor & Queen Topanga will have an Yard Sale this Saturday on Hwy. 25 North, across from Mount Olive Church. If you would like to donate to the yard sale call Tanya Wilson at 581-5007.
Fifth Grade King Braden Olson and Queen Alyayna Rimmer are selling Dinner on the Spot frozen meals. Main dishes will feed 4-6 adults and it costs $12.50. D
Desserts are in a 9x13 cake pan $8, dinner rolls are 6 for $5, a gallon of sweet tea or unsweet is $3. Dinner on the spot Special is $25: includes one main dish of choice, one dessert of choice, one order of dinner rolls, and 1 gallon of tea. Orders need to be placed by noon on each Friday and meals will be delivered on Sunday between 2-5 p.m., call or text Kim Wilson at 581-5380. Fifth grade class king and queen are hosting a Bingo Chili Supper at 6 p.m. on Oct. 20, at Battles Loop Building, across from the Pentecostal Church in Guy.
Mrs. Baker’s 2nd grade King Lukas Aker and Queen Lexi Passmore and 8th grade King Daniel Dorado & Queen Brooke Barton will host Bingo, Beans Cornbread & Dessert Auction (Saturday) tonight at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria. There will be a Scavenger Hunt for 8th grade will be Sunday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. in City Park cost is $5 per person. Must have a valid licensed driver.
The 5th grade class is hosting a 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. in the old gym at Guy-Perkins School.
Teams can consist of up to 4 players. All ages welcome. Cost will be $10 per player. Contact Gary or Stacy Rimmer for more information at 837-1132. Please inbox or mail registration to firstname.lastname@example.org.
So looks like you won’t be bored in Guy the this weekend or the next upcoming weeks. Come out and support your school.