‘Duck Dynasty’ star on the bill

Alex Moore - Contributing Columnist

Today is the bi-monthly blood drive here in Covington. As always, the blood drive runs from 3-7 p.m. at the Covington Eagles Hall. In addition to the usual feel-good spirit that helping another by donating blood provides, donors will receive a “Ride With Passion, Give With Heart” t-shirt. And best of all, those who register to donate at the blood drive will automatically be entered to win a new Indian Scout Sixty motorcycle. A potentially sweet reward for just a little arm prick and some squeezes of a foam pad in your hand! Register to donate at or call (800) 388-GIVE.

The monthly salad luncheon at the Covington Christian Church will take place this Friday, Aug. 18, in the basement of the church at 115 N. Pearl St. We have already hit the midway-point for salad luncheons this year, so if you haven’t made it over yet, plan on stopping by this Friday for a delicious lunch.

Congratulations to a great guy and a true professional, Glen Hollopeter, on his new position with Littman-Thomas Insurance Agency. Littman-Thomas is pleased to announce Glen’s affiliation with their professional sales team. He brings a wealth of insurance knowledge and experience as an agent, working primarily with home, auto, business, bonds, and commercial insurance. Littman-Thomas reports that they are excited to have Glen on board, as he brings his 23 years of insurance experience, as well as a desire to pair his clients with products that best meet their needs at an affordable cost. Glen resides here in Covington with his wife Kay, who consistently shows that he definitely “married up” in life. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.

The Littman-Thomas Agency has been in business since 1860 and is located at 110 E. Main St. in Bradford. The agency specializes in all types of insurance, including home and auto, farm, bonds, commercial, Medicare supplements, life, and health insurance. Stop in or give Glen a call at 448-2590 or 216-2255, and he will be happy to assist with all your insurance needs, either at the Bradford office, your home or business, or in his Covington office by appointment. Congratulations to the Hollopeter’s on their new venture!

And although this event is still several months away, the tickets are available, so I’ll mention it now. On Sunday, Oct. 1, Fields of Grace Worship Center will be hosting “Duck Dynasty’s” John Godwin at 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. These services are for the entire public, but will also focus on honoring our first responders in the area.

Mr. Godwin is one of only two regular cast members of “Duck Dynasty” who is not part of the Robertson family. His official title at Duck Commander is shipping manager, but he also builds duck calls and manages supplies. He has worked at Duck Commander since 2002.

John, or as his fellow employees call him, Godwin, will be speaking at all three services about his life before and during his career with “Duck Dynasty.” John’s wife, Paula, will be accompanying him to Fields of Grace. He will be giving autographs and having photos taken after each service. For more information about obtaining free tickets, please contact Fields of Grace at 573-4282 on Tuesdays-Fridays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
‘Duck Dynasty’ star on the bill

Alex Moore

Contributing Columnist

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