Archive - Dec 23, 2010
With a top-notch headliner, great sponsors and wonderful donors, this yearâ€™s 41st annual West Texas Rehabilitation Centerâ€™s telethon promises to be the best yet. At seven oâ€™clock on Saturday, Jan. 22, the popular country group Diamond Rio will step into the spotlight at REHAB 2011. Suddenlink Communications and gridSMART/AEP Texas are the official sponsors and, as they have for many years, Area-Wide Phone Books is also helping underwrite the show as a contributing sponsor. The Host Hotel for the Telethon is the MCM Elegante Suites.
First Financial Bank had their open house from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, Dec. 21. Those who attended the event enjoyed traditional gingerbread, wassail and Christmas music.
Sweetwater Regional Federal Credit Union recently sponsored a Christmas contest for Southeast Elementary. Pictured are each grade level winner with their $25 Wal-Mart card. Shown from left to right are Justin Jimenez, Addison Torres, Tyler Warner and Ethan Boswell.
Linda Martin Fry, 66, of Dallas and formerly of Sweetwater, died Thursday, Dec. 23, 2010, at a Dallas hospital.
She will be cremated. There will be a private family graveside service at a later date.
Fry was born Oct. 17, 1944, in Brady, Tx. She was a member of Broadway Baptist Church. Fry was a 1963 graduate of Sweetwater High School and attended Western Texas College in Snyder. She was a lifelong resident of Sweetwater and had lived in Abilene and Amarillo at different times and worked as a bookkeeper for A.I.G.
Jack Poe of Sweetwater recently recorded a hole in one while playing at Sweetwater Country Club. Poe made his ace on the No. 17 hole using an 8-iron. His feat was witnessed by Randy May, Wayne Chowning and Bobby Baucum.