by Marge Zink and Julia Snethen, submitted by Beverly Pelkey
The morning message at Rockville United Methodist Church was by Leland Browning titled “Pentecost” from Acts 2:1-19. You are always welcome to join us for Worship at 9 a.m. Sunday morning.
Mt. Zion area has had plenty of rain this past week but the wheat, grasses, gardens and corn seem to be growing.
We have some proud great-grandparents this week; John and Julia Snethen welcome Theodore Vandivier.
Mabel Siegismund welcomes a new great-grandson, Asa Morgan Hilty.
April and Steve Collins welcome a granddaughter, Hollie May McClure.
Over at the Robin Siegismund Farm, Belle has been thinking she has not been in trouble so that is good, but why has Speck been sleeping at her house instead of hers? Why did those calves chase me instead of me chasing them? Thinking is hard work, so I will ask Robin for a good dog treat. Robin is making little people quilts. She got another little people this week,
Dixie Peterson is still doing therapy at Truman Lake Manor. Enjoying visiting and getting mail.
Tom and Beverly Pelkey are getting tired of watching the rain but are keeping busy; Tom is mowing the grass, he did take the wood box out, Beverly is busy feeding the hummingbirds and the kittens have found a new home. Wood fairy is waiting for a summer hat and sunshine.
Don’t forget the Mt. Zion Cemetery meeting on June 6, at 2 p.m. at Harold and Betty Rosburgh’s home.
Kidds Chapel Cemetery meeting May 30, at 1 p.m. at Lords Chapel 406 W. 4th St., Lowery City.
Dennis and Kelly Sheldon from Republic, visited cousin, Marge Zink, Sunday afternoon.
Sunday, John and Julia Snethen attended graduation ceremonies and a party in Butler for granddaughter, Kayla Snethen.