by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen

Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Nick Van Dam entitled “Behold the Lamb” from Philippians 2:5-11.

Mt. Zion Home Bible study meets in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home at 7 p.m. each Tuesday to study the Bible with nine in attendance; all are welcome to join us.

Mt. Zion Community Club will meet Aug. 16 in the Marge Zink home Mt. Zion club will celebrate it’s 94 birthday with an all-day meeting.

The Mt. Zion area didn’t get enough rain to measure this past week, the country side has very pretty pastures mowed, corn ripening, garden still producing, everything is well in the area.

I am happy to report to seeing some wild quail in the area.

Howard and Dixie Peterson enjoyed supper at the deer camp. Those present were Mitchel, Jodi and Tucker Crawford; Kent Crawford was a Sunday afternoon visitor.

Melissa and Calab Hallman from Atlanta, GA, visited Marge Zink. Stacy and Mike Griffith where there, they celebrated birthdays and anniversary with family. Those in attendance were Howard and Dixie Peterson, Brenda Peterson and Tom and Beverly Pelkey.

Over at the Robin Siegismund farm there was a new feathered creature eating supper with the chickens with Robin and Belle. It was a quail but it didn’t spend the night. Belle thought it was lot prettier than those guineas. I think Belle’s maybe a little jealous.

Mommy cat and the kittens at Tom and Beverly Pelkey are doing okay. Happy, their dog, doesn’t want Beverly to pet mommy cat.

Glad Sheri Suster is home from the hospital recovering from her fall.

The Rockville Hand Quilters had an all-day quilting Thursday, enjoying a bountiful carry-in dinner and all-day quilting, life doesn’t get much better. We are starting to sell tickets for a beautiful hand quilted quilt to be given away at the Rockville United Methodist Quilt Show Oct 21.

John and Julia Snethen went to the doctor’s office on Wednesday then went to Stockton to visit daughter, Georgetta, and take her to dinner. Thursday, Julia went to Warrensburg to meet with Shella Akers and David Vandivier for a wedding flower consult. They are trying to nail down their budget for the wedding. On the way back Julia visited with brother, Junior Hood, and sister, Jane Sanders, before returning home. Tuesday they attended the feed the Mason dinner in Clinton.

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