News From Seaton

Renea Anderson/Correspondent

On June 27 the Center Presbyterian Church and the after-school program “God Rocks” children will be holding a donation Breakfast at the Community Center in Seaton during Antique Tractor Days. Breakfast will be from 6-10:30 a.m.

Volunteers are needed to help before, during, and clean up. The menu is: biscuits and gravy, pancakes and sausage, coffee cake (donation), fresh fruit salad, Coffee, milk, tea, and orange juice.

Also during the Antique Power Reunion on June 27 in the park all day the Youth & God Rocks programs will have a lemonade, ice tea, and bottled water stand.  Volunteers are needed for this too. Donations for the beverages will be accepted.

Vacation Bible School at Center Presbyterian Church will be from July 6-10. All area children are invited to join the group for activities, refreshments and short lessons. Volunteers are needed for this also.

Caroline Douglas had a lot of help from her children and grandchildren on last Saturday, June 6 to move her to her new residence in Monmouth. She has sold her home in Seaton.

Lyle Hall was taken to the hospital on Sunday night with a heart problem. He underwent angioplasty procedure on Tuesday at the Medical Center in Peoria. Rich Springer is recuperating at home after undergoing heart surgery a week or so ago. He got home on Wednesday.

Mercer County Softball games at the Seaton ball diamond coming up will be Eliza at Seaton on June 17, New Boston at Seaton on June 24 and Keithsburg at Seaton on the June 28. Pee-wee games start at 6:30 p.m. with the junior games at 8 p.m.

Ed and Renea Anderson went to an eighth grade graduation party at their daughter and son-law, Toni and Mark Weeks home in rural Aledo last Saturday night. The party was for their granddaughter, Morgan Weeks, great-niece, Brianna Weeks of rural Seaton and great-niece, Danielle Nelson of Muscatine who all will be going to high school next year. Brianna “Bri” is the daughter of Chris and JoAnn Weeks of Seaton. Danielle is the daughter of Kacey Martin of Muscatine and Tracy Nelson.