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Gail Utter, Named to
Barron’s Top 1,000
Advisors Award for
the Fifth Consecutive Year
“We build strong
client relationships,
working together
to develop plans
designed to
help clients reach
their financial
goals.”
Each yEar Barron’s,
a leading national financial
publication, distinguishes
a select group of financial
professionals. Gail Utter,
who is also the recipient of
the Texas Monthly Five Star
Wealth Manager Award**,
was selected from among
financial advisors throughout
the United States.
Utter is pleased to provide
award-winning services to
clients throughout the region.
With plans to implement an
even greater level of client
services, the Utter Financial
Group of Wells Fargo Advisors
is offering additional custom-
ized services and materials
to facilitate the financial health
of each client. With more frequent
personal reviews and the benefit of cash flow analysis, clients will have
many opportunities to ask questions or discuss topics of interest. It’s
the kind of thoughtful attention clients appreciate.
Utter is a member of Sherman Rotary Club, Sherman Education Foundation,
First United Methodist Church, board member of the Grayson Grand
Central Station Soup Kitchen, and SISD Finance Committee Chair. She
has a BBA from Southern Methodist University and an MBA from the
University of North Texas.
Utter provides complimentary reviews of portfolio assets of $1 million
or greater. She strives to provide world-class service within a tradition
of distinctive excellence. Preeminent services include multi-generational
planning, comprehensive reviews, and rapid response to questions or
concerns. Please inquire at 903-893-6227.
*The rankings are based on data provided by over 4,000 advisors. Factors included in the rankings
were assets under management, revenue produced for the firm, quality of the practice, and other
factors. Institutional assets are given less weight in the scoring. Investment performance isn’t an
explicit component.
**Wealth managers do not pay a fee to be considered or awarded as a Five Star Wealth Manager.
The Five Star Award is not indicative of the wealth manager’s future performance. Inclusion of any
wealth manager should not be construed as an endorsement by Five Star Professional or Texas Monthly
magazine. For more information go to
Best of Texoma is an annual competition sponsored by the Herald Democrat in Grayson County, Texas,
with the intention of allowing readers to vote for their “favorites” in a variety of fields. Ballots were
submitted online or directly to the Herald Democrat offices via mail or personal delivery. Every attempt
was made to ensure that rules were followed regarding submissions and declaration of winners. Only
winners are allowed to use the ribbon for the next 12 months. Utter Financial Group of Wells Fargo
Advisors was awarded Best Financial Advisor/Planner.
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, Member SIPC CAR #0413-01963
Gail Utter, MBA, CRPC
Managing Director - Investments
903.893.6227 • 800.876.8221
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
Member SIPC
Gail UttEr, MBa, crPc
®
,
Managing Director of Investments
2027 texoma Parkway
sherman, tX 75090
903.893.6227
800.876.8221
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The Story tells the grandest, most compelling
story of all time;
the story of a true God who loves His children,
who established for them a way of salvation,
and provided a route to eternity; and this same
God is alive and active today - still listening,
still acting, still pouring out His grace on us.
Please join us.
Saturday May 4th at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday May 5th at 11:00 a.m.
Presented by FBC Collinsville Adult Choir
Lifeguard training
slated in Whitesboro
WHITESBORO — The
Whitesboro Parks and Rec-
reation Department will con-
duct a Lifeguard Training
Course for students ages 15
and older at the Whitesboro
Community Swimming Pool.
In thisAmerican Red Cross
course, participants will learn
water safety, water rescue
techniques, first aid, CPR, and
spinal injury management.
Before being accepted into
the class, all candidates must
pass a swimming pre-test:
swim 400 yards continu-
ously using the front crawl
and the breast stroke; swim
20 yards, retrieve a 10 pound
brick from the bottom of the
10 foot well, swim 20 yards
carrying the brick with both
hands while keeping his face
out of the water, and exit the
pool. The brick exercise must
be completed in less than 1
minute, 40 seconds. Candi-
dates must also tread water
for three minutes without
using their hands. There is
a $25 non-refundable fee to
register for the pre-test.
This course is necessary
for anyone desiring to work
as a lifeguard; however, com-
pletion of this class does not
guarantee employment with
the City of Whitesboro. The
pretest will be held on Mon-
day or Tuesday, May 13-14;
classes will begin May 20 and
end on Friday, June 7. Par-
ticipants must attend all class
sessions. The course fee is
$175.
Formore information about
the course and schedule, you
may visit the PARD website
903.564.5964. The deadline
to register for the course is
May 10, 2013. The number
of participants is limited.
For the
News-Record
Feast on the flavors of Pilot Point at
annual American Legion Cook-Off
PILOT POINT ­— The
American Legion Auxiliary
in Pilot Point will once again
host the Linda Robinson
Cook-Off on Saturday, April
27, in the American Legion
Post 550 located at 905 Foun-
dation.
This will be the eighth year
for the event, and this year
organizers have expanded
the cook-off. The categories
ave changed to add: brisket,
hicken, ribs, chili and beans.
There will also be jackpots
for stuffed jalapenos, salsa
and more. We are still accept-
ing auction items, and they
may be dropped off at the post
any day in the afternoon.
Come on out and give us
your support. You may pur-
chase a “People’s Choice”
cup and after each item is
turned in, you may go around
to the sites and ask to sample
the grub.
Then, you vote for the dish
you thought was best in each
main category. See if you
agree with the judges.
The Chris McCandless
Band will begin playing at 9
p.m. An opening act will play
from 7-8 p.m.
Come on out and join all
the fun. The Post is open
to the public and is family
friendly.
For the
News-Record
Collinsville Church of Christ hosts
Spring Ladies’ Day
COLLINSVILLE— Collins-
ville Church of Christ hosted its
third annual Spring Ladies’ Day
on Saturday, April 20. The event
was held in the church Fellow-
ship Hall, and centered around
the theme, “Connections with
God, Christian Sisters, Family
and Friends.” Sixty-two women,
representing a number of local
and area congregations, enjoyed
the ladies’ day event together.
Speakers included Betty Gra-
ham and Sue Stafford. Graham,
who is the Ladies’ Bible class
coordinator for the Collinsville
church, has been teaching Bible
classes for 45 plus years. She
has spoken at various women’s
retreats, workshops and ladies’
day functions throughout North
Texas and southern Oklahoma.
Featured speaker for the day,
Graham opened with the pre-
sentation with “Connections,” in
which she focused on the chang-
es happening in our present day
society. She gave specific exam-
ples of how those changes are
influencing everyone and some-
times break communication con-
nections with others within our
respective circles. Later in the
morning, she brought a second
delivery, “Restoring Connec-
tions.” This message centered
on the hope we have through
practicing Biblical principles
and Christian obedience.
Sue Stafford, a public school
educator for 44 years, brought
an inspirational message enti-
tled, “Bind Us Together,” drawn
from personal experiences and
interaction with students in her
classroom. Stafford, who cur-
rently lives in Frisco, is a mem-
ber of the Collinsville congrega-
tion and commutes regularly to
attend worship services.
Attendees were greeted by
Leslie Knight at the registration
table as the day began with reg-
istration, coffee and juice from 9
a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Ashley McGin-
nis offered the opening prayer,
followed by group singing led
by Laurie Davenport. Door
prizes were awarded throughout
the morning by drawing random
numbers.
Group participation activities
involved “Finding Your Connec-
tion,” and “Bind Us Together.”
Ann Butler offered the bless-
ing prior to the noon luncheon.
A three salad plate with chicken
salad croissant was served with
iced tea and water. Dessert was
home made pound cake topped
with strawberries, blueberries
and whipped cream.
The final door prize, a $50
gift certificate, was awarded
to Maria Rodriguez. Jacquita
Lewter, who served as mistress
of ceremonies, offered the dis-
missal prayer.
Committee chairs included:
Tammy Sides—Food; Bonnie
Patterson—Table Decorations;
Elaine Howard and Carin Pat-
terson—Display Tables; Vicki
Poole—Door Prizes; Laurie
Davenport—Singing; Betty Gra-
ham, Jacquita Lewter and Sue
Stafford—Program; Scott Sides
and Montana Sides—Sound
System.
Collinsville Church of Christ
is located at 201 South Walnut,
in Collinsville.
Jacquita Lewter
Staff writer