The Rockville United Church was canceled March 24 due to a blizzard like snow storm. I think this was the first time I can remember not going to Palm Sunday church because of snow.
Mt. Zion Home Bible study held each Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Tom and Beverly Pelkey home. Nine were present to study the Bible. You are always welcome to join us.
Mt. Zion club met in the Marge Zink home for the regular meeting, time was spent tacking quilts. At noon a taco dinner was enjoyed. Roll call was a household cleaning hint. Our thought was, make a great big deal out of little pleasures. The April meeting will be at the home of Beverly Pelkey April 17.
Recently Louise Gregg entertained several friends for lunch. A delicious meal was served. To make coffee you need to plug in the coffee pot not the toaster, Louise. Makes for a good laugh and a time to remember.
Taberville Volunteer Fire Department will celebrate their 30th anniversary April 7, at the fire barn and we invite you to join us for refreshments from 1 to 4 p.m.
What a beautiful Easter sunrise Easter morning March 31. Easter Sunrise Service was held at the Rockville United Methodist church along with the River of Life Church. David Souza bought the message “Walk With Jesus to the Cross and Beyond.” Special music was enjoyed. Breakfast was enjoyed before Sunday school.
Spring is having a hard time setting into the Mt. Zion area. Buzzards are here; neighbors finding red mushrooms by the buckets full.
Spring flowers are blooming, a dead armadillo along the roadside and snow. I’m sure spring will get here as always.
Howard and Dixie Perterson celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary Saturday enjoying dinner at Red Lobster in Springfield.
June Marshell’s company this week was Peggy Ballwin and Debbie, Harold and Claudine Batterman. They enjoyed church at Kidd’s Chapel. June celebrated her birthday March 31, many more.
Easter dinner guests in the Zink home were Stacey and Mike Griffith, Joely and Cassity, Howard and Dixie Peterson.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey visited in the Stanley and Marge Zink home.
Tom and Beverly made a trip to Knob Noster enjoying the sights along the way but couldn’t compare to the three big owls she saw in the daylight in the yard.
John and Julia Snethen have been busy with the Oats Bus and taxes. Julia did take granddaughter's dogs to her in the city and Cheryl Farrell accompany her. Did enjoy seeing Shella and her new apartment.