Randy has spent several months going around our little town of Washington Terrace, and weed-eating many homes. Pam & Merrill Johnson (owners of one of these homes) decided that Randy should be rewarded for his many hours of community service. Pam called KSL and together with Heather (?) they decided to have as many friends and neighbors that could join us be here yesterday (Tues., Sept. 22) at 2:00, and they would do a spotlight for him. Well, we never thought we would have such a nice group attend with a day and time like that. Shara had also worked with Pam to make things go so well. She kept Randy away from the festivities until KSL arrived, and then brought him home to see what his "surprise" was. Pam brought this sign, along with two bouquets of balloons to make it even more festive. We had 34 people in our front yard, including Randy, Fred, and I. Fred and I had made two kinds of cookies the day before, and we set up a card table in the front yard, where we put the cookies and lemonade, and chairs for everyone to set on. KSL interviewed Randy and asked him why he wanted to help everyone the way he did, and he told them, he didn't think anyone either didn't have a weed eater, or didn't know how to do it. I thought that was kind of funny, as he has always wanted to help others with any project they needed done. He certainly deserved the honor that was given him. KSL will broadcast this event on Friday morning, Sept. 25 between 6:00 and 6:30 if any of you would like to go in and watch it that early. These are a few of the pics we took of those in attendance. Unfortunately, we didn't get everyone that was there.