by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Rockville United Methodist Church Sunday service was conducted by youth under the direction of Youth Pastor Paige Martin whose message was “Forgiveness.”
Mt. Zion Home Bible study was held in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home was cancelled due to weather.
Mt. Zion Club was cancelled due to the weather; March meeting will be March 20.
Our prayers for the Emmitt Heiserman and the Robert Suster families.
Was very thankful to see the sunshine Sunday morning even church has been cancelled a couple times this winter.
We know spring is on its way, a flock of meadowlarks were singing; and the mud is here.
Howard and Dixie Peterson hadn’t had any visitors recently; but Dixie was happy to go to church Sunday.
Beverly Pelkey is doing good got a good report from the doctor; Tom waiting for warm weather, getting tired of filling the wood box.
Excitement over at the Robin Siegismund farm the cow, “blind Betty,” had her calf, “Georgetta,” born Feb. 22, even Betty is taking good care but Belle thinks she should help. Belle’s gripe this week is the mud she doesn’t like to get her paws muddy. He heard a lab wallowed in the mud puddle and another swam in the pond thinking they were cute.
Marge Zink enjoyed Bunco at the Lowry City Branch of the St Clair County Library Tuesday; she got a prize for the biggest loser. We will meet again March 19, at 1 p.m. join us for a fun afternoon.
Julia Snethen spent another quite week recovering from her sinus infection; John ran his bus route and was thankful he was shut down this past week.