News from Reynolds
Carrie A. Bestian, junior from Taylor Ridge, majoring in elementary education and Joshua Youngs, senior majoring in music education, instrumental emphasis, were named to the dean's list at Augustana College. They maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a four point scale during the fall term.
Johnna Klossing and Melanie Miller achieved 3.5 or higher grade point average at St. Ambrose University for the fall term.
The Rockridge Rockets boys' basketball player Matt Skorpa was a first team pick with Joe Heath earning honorable mention for Olympic boys' basketball team.
All conference selection for Rocket senior girls were Haley Kitchell and Hillary Johnson, first team picks at forward and guard. Chelsey Widdop was honorable mention at center.
Liz Watkins is the starting catcher for the Hawkeyes. She is a freshman at the Univeristy of Iowa, Iowa City.
Tyson Blaser, junior at the University of Iowa, baseball catcher, played last weekend in Tennessee.
Holly Begyn, senior at Western Illinois University, won the title, Miss Blackhawk Valley, Saturday, March 16 at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Moline. Outstanding Teen Competition was won by Brittany Schultz, Reynolds, a junior at Rockridge High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kerres, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Erickson have been vacationing in Florid and Key West. They visited Mrs. Sally Bowman, Savannah, Georgia and Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Gaunt, Roswell, Georgia. They were gone about two weeks and returned Thursday, March 5.
Shirley and Jim Tubbs presented a musical concert at the Reynolds Methodist Church Sunday, March 8, during the morning worship services.
The Susannah Circle met Monday, March 9, with Beulah Venable. Lucille Elliott president presided. Rosalie Davis conducted the lesson. There were eight members present.
The Edgington Township Board met at the Township Building Monday, March 9. All board members were present.
The Easter Egg Hunt at Reynolds American Legion Building will be Saturday, April 4 at 2 p.m. The rain date is Saturday, April 11 at 2 p.m.
We saw two brave robins this week. Spring is coming.