Citizen of the Week

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Dawayne and Randall George's nomination as joint COW is long overdue. "These fellows are well known to locals and tourists as performers and they accomplish charitable works behind the scenes. The George brothers are kind to locals, tourists and neighbors near and far. On Mother's Day they traveled all the way to Picher, Okla. to help friends in the aftermath of the super cell tornado which devastated homeowners there. They have hosted performance benefits for the Passion Play and Shop with a Cop (Santa's helpers). Dawayne and Randall's friendship, generosity and continued community support deserve recognition as Citizens of the Week."

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  • I had the good fortune to meet Randall and DaWayne on a recent trip to Eureka Springs and spend some time riding motorcycles with them and their friends. At the ride and at the show the evening before they were nothing less than hospitable and welcoming and made me feel right at home. Good people and you're lucky to have them as part of your community.

    Gary McKechnie

    Mount Dora, Florida

    -- Posted by elvis4all on Wed, May 21, 2008, at 6:22 PM
  • Dawayne & Randall hosted a fine show this evening for which attendance was free for everyone. The brothers were gracious, yet surprised when named COW. True humility is a wholesome quality shared by these great guys & many others given the distinction of COW. We're blessed & fortunate to have so many wonderful neighbors!

    -- Posted by celeste on Thu, May 22, 2008, at 12:07 AM
  • I work with these guys six nights a week at the "Ozark Mountain Hoe Down". You just can't beat them. They are great. They are always the first to offer help when needed. Come by the show and say hi.

    -- Posted by on Thu, May 22, 2008, at 9:30 AM
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