By Marge Zink and Julia Snethen
Morning message at the Rockville United Methodist Church was by Pastor Nick Van Dam titled “Finding the way to Church: Security” from Mathew 19:13-26 .
Mt. Zion Home Bible study was cancelled due to illness. Beverly is improving slowly.
Mt. Zion Club will meet April 19, in the home of Marge Zink for an afternoon meeting starting at 1 p.m.
The Mt. Zion area was very thankful for the rain over the weekend.
Our sympathy to Beverly Pelkey, her brother passed away Sunday. He lived in the San Francisco, CA, area.
Dixie and Howard Peterson had dinner Sunday in the Marge Zink, Stacy and Mike Griffith home.
Bob and Sheri Suster enjoyed having the boys home for a few days.
At the Robin Seigismund farm Belle and Robin are waiting for the next batch of kids. The first batch were all Billy’s except two. The favorite play place is roof of their house. We all know Belle is now a teenager and forgets the rules sometimes; she spends the night out all night. She slipped her chain off and went exploring extracting mice in the pasture, lots of fun and maybe that’s her night job. Robin was happy to see her. She forgot to put her in time out after a good lecture.
Marge Zink and Dixie Peterson enjoyed Bunco at the St. Clair County Library, Lowry City Branch; neither were winners but enjoyed their time out.
The Rockville Hand Quilters had a visitor, Jimmy McEwan came with his grandmother to spend time with the ladies, something he has been doing since he was four years old and now is in the 4th grade.
Julia and John Snethen went to Clinton Saturday morning to help Clinton Lodge #543 with the MoChip program and to do a little shopping. Sunday Julia accompanied son, Ron Thompson, to Adrian to the gun show.