CULLMAN — The Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce recently attended the Grand Opening of the Guy Hunt Library and Museum in Holly Pond where they officially cut the ribbon May 18 to open it to the public. Alabama Gov. Guy Hunt grew up near Holly Pond on a farm and graduated from Holly Pond High School. The 5,200-square-foot building contains photos, campaign memorabilia and documents tracing Hunt's career as Cullman County probate judge from 1965 to 1977 and as governor from 1987 to 1993. He was Alabama's first Republican governor since Reconstruction. He died from cancer in 2009. Holly Pond Mayor Herman Nail said the Guy Hunt Library and Museum is part of the 100th anniversary celebration of the Cullman County town. For more information call the Holly Pond Town Hall at 256-796-2124 or visit them at 10885 US Highway 278 East, Holly Pond, AL 35083.
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Cullman Regional Medical Center’s Interventional Cardiologist, Silvio Papapietro has also been named one of the Best Doctors in America for 2013. This marks the seventh time that “Dr. Papa,” as most of his patients know him, has earned this honor.
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