by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The new ownership of Wellington Sears Store is celebrating a grand reopening at its downtown location at 214 S. Washington Ave. â€” the former Tibbs Furniture Building. The event will be a three day event, starting Saturday. There will be hot dogs grilled for the visitors to the store. KFDI Radio will be in Wellington on Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m on Oct. 1 with their prize wheel including free give away. Almost everything in the store will be an additional 10 percent off the wall price. See the store for exclusions. The first 20 people through the store Saturday will get a $10 Sears gift card. Remember Sears store hours are open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Wellington Sears new manager Jay Huston and new owner Shaun Weaver.The Wellington Hometown Sears was recently purchased by entrepreneur Shaun Weaver on August 2. Jay Huston is the store manager. Wellington Sears continues to offer lawn and garden tractors, tools, mattresses, vacuum cleaners, small household appliance, grills, and garden patio items.Wellington Sears has been part of the community since the 1990s. They originally started the store on the west side of town. Sears eventually moved to the east U.S. 160 known as the TG&Y Mall before moving to downtown in 2012. If you have any questions, give Jay a call at 620-326-7799.
Former England football captain David Beckham has praised multiple Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt after watching his documentary I Am Bolt. Beckham, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid star, posted on his Instagram page yesterday stating that he believes everyone, including aspiring athletes, can learn from Bolt’s journey. He also describes the film as a must-see. “I have just watched I Am Bolt and I know I posted before about the fastest man in the world and friend but if you haven’t seen this please you must,” Beckham said. “Yes, as we know, Usain is fast, really fast. We know Usain is Jamaican, but what we all learn and what all the aspiring athletes can learn is to work hard, be dedicated, and be honest. “This is a man that has his friends close, he has his family close. Usain is humble, humble to the point he brings me to tears when speaking and when winning races. There is no doubt he is the greatest and there is no doubt this man is the most humble athlete genius you will meet.” I Am Bolt premiered in the United Kingdom on November 28 at the Odeon Leicester Square cinemas and in Jamaica last Tuesday night at the National Indoor Sports Complex. The film showcases the life of the world’s fastest man and his journey to becoming a nine-time Olympic champion. Bolt recently said the purpose of the documentary is to impact lives and inspire others by the way he achieved his success.
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