New Year Beginnings

Another year has come and gone. We say goodbye to 2014 and hello 2015. Personally, I am glad to start another year. I feel optimistic that 2015 will be a great year for me both professionally and personally and I hope it is for you well.

Real Estate has picked back up, which I am so thankful for. Those of us that have stuck with it will hopefully be blessed for doing so. It was pretty hard there for a couple of years.

Personally as we have had some scary health issues and a death in our family. We welcome the new year for new beginnings.

If I can help you with any of your real estate needs, please don’t hesitate go give me a call. I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to help you out. Remember to Call Cathy 770-584-2716


Pike County Real Estate Customers/Clients.

I just want to extend to all my past, present and future customers a very BIG Thank you!

I have been in the real estate business now for over 8 years and can STILL say, without a doubt, I LOVE MY JOB.

MANY days I walk out the door with a smile on my face and think, what am I going to learn today. Every single day is a learning experience for me. Very seldom is one day the same as the last and every deal is different, even if it’s a small one. I have meant some very awesome people.

The people who touch my heart everyday, some good, some bad, have helped shape and mold me into a great Realtor. Thank You so much for that. I also work with some very Great people. I have an awesome boss, who I can also call my friend. I have the best office “Roomie” too. He is Birdog and I am Catdog. Together we are the dog pound! My co-workers and I share great friendships, lots of loyalty, and total trust. We are genuinely happy for each other and encourage each other. We have a very strong Christian based organization that isn’t afraid to pray before our meals and pray for each other.

In this business, many people are very misconceived about us. We put in very long hours, miss a lot of family time, use our own cars and use our own gas to go to a LOT of nowhere!!! Everyday when I go to the office, I’m not receiving a paycheck. Did you know that? I don’t receive a paycheck when I’m showing you property. I don’t receive a paycheck when I’m writing up your offer, or talking to your lender, helping to sometimes retrieve more paperwork from you, or the emails and phone calls with your closing attorney. I don’t receive a paycheck thru all the countless hours, well into my evening hours I’m looking up property or answering emails. I don’t receive a paycheck when someone calls and wants to see a house and then never heard from again. No, I don’t receive my paycheck until we’re all sitting down at the closing table and that ever so hard working attorney hands me my check. Do you think I get ALL that check? No, I don’t. I only receive a portion of it. But do you know what? I do do it because I LOVE MY JOB and I love my clients. I think I have one of the most rewarding jobs out there.

Next time you talk to me, please have a smile in your voice and thank a Realtor. In my neck of the woods we certainly don’t do it for the pay. But I do do it for YOU!

Remember to “Call Cathy 770-584-2716”.

Thank you!!!!

Things To Do In Pike County Georgia!


All outdoor movies will be shown on the lower football field at the Pike County Parks & Recreation Complex. Concessions will be open or bring a picnic along with your lawn chairs and blankets. Pre-show music and inflatables will be available 1 1/2 hours before the movies begin. The free movies will start at dusk. Listed below is the movie schedule for the summer. For more information or to become a sponsor contact the recreation office at 770-567-2027.

Friday, June 27th – Frozen – Presenting Sponsor: Mid GA Ambulance

Friday, July 25th – The Lego Movie

Friday, August 22nd – Monsters University

Pike County Friday Night Movies

Have you been inside the “New” and improved Pike County Auditorium? We need to support our town and check out the movies they are offering. If you missed it last week, here is the remainder of their schedule:

$3.00 Students
$5.00 Adults
Starts at 6:00 p.m.
Concessions open
FRIDAY; 06/14/2013
OZ The Great & Powerful

Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Ice Age Continental Drift

FRIDAY 06/28/2013
Cars 1 & 2

Come out and support your community so we can get our students involved in the arts again. Proceeds to go back into the auditorium.

Pike County Auditorium

Renovation to the Pike County Auditorium has been completed. Everyone is invited to check out the transformation of the old auditorium into a wonderful, updated Performing Arts facility on May 17, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. Entertainment will be provided by talented students of Pike County Schools drama, chorus and band ensembles.


Pike County High School Drama 1 Act Play
Pike County Middle and High School Chorus
Grand Finale by the Pike County Pirate Regiment Band




Cathy Nichols
McLeRoy Realty

Bull Bash

Bull RidingIt’s that time again. Time for the 3rd annual Bull Bash will be happening again this year at the Chestnut Oak Center on May 3-4th. Local bulls from XX Bulls will be part of the action as professional bull riders from across the nation hold on tight to win the competition. The event is presented by XX Bulls and Johnson Enterprises, (Ron Johnson).

Funny man Matt Merritt will be there again for his third year in a row.

Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. for participants to enjoy activities such as riging the mechanical bull and food. The bull riding events will begin at 8:00 p.m. The Chestnut Oak Center is at the corner of Hwy 19 South and Sendefur Road in Meansville.

Advance tickets will begin April 19th for 10 or tickets are $12 at the gate. Children 5 years and younger will be admitted free. Tickets will be for sale at Circle R Feed in Zebulon and Spalding Pawn in Griffin.

For more information, go to the Annual Chestnut Oak Bull Bash Facebook page.

Sponsors include: Big Time Products, National Brake and Muffler, Southern States, Tim’s Country Cooking, The Know My Heart Ministries, Drain Right Gutters, Village Photography, Circle R Feed and Johnson Enterprises.