News From Seaton
Lou Ann Ziegenhorn has been back from Arizona visiting her daughter, Marcie Terrill and children, Evan and Hannah and Lou Ann’s son, Brandon and Teri Ziegenhorn and children since before Christmas. She has been getting to watch her grandson, Tyler Ziegenhorn wrestle for the Mercer County Golden Eagles junior high wrestling team. He is in the eighth grade.
The Mercer County Golden Eagles Junior High wrestling team wrestled at Geneseo last weekend and placed third out of 11 schools. Other schools there were, Edison, John Deere, Wilson, Washington, Sherrard, Rockridge, Kewanee and Glenview. Place finishers in their weight brackets were Drake Stirn- 1st, Ben Fippinger - 2nd, Curtis VanWinkle- 2nd, Tristan Finch- 1st, Zeke Snyder- 1st, Matthew Weeks- 4th, Treyton Hileman- 3rd, Bobby Lincoln- 1st, and Alex Kisner- 6th. On Monday, January 11, the Jr. High Golden Eagles, wrestled to Galesburg teams, Lombard and Churchill at the Intermediate School in Aledo. Wins against Lombard included; Trae Blaser, Trenton Murphy, Drake Stirn, AJ Klingaman, Ben Fippinger, Tristan Finch, Zeke Snyder, Hank Connor, Matthew Weeks, Treyton Hileman, Bobby Lincoln, and Alex Kisner. No scores are available for the dual with Churchill but the Eagles did win the majority of the matches. Coming up this weekend the junior high team will be wrestling in the Erie tournament.
The Seaton Library computer is in the shop being fixed. We hope to have that back and operational by Saturday, Jan. 23. Any Seaton area residents are welcome to use the Internet during our hours and there are lots of new books to check out. The Library will be open for the holiday, Martin Luther King’s Birthday on Monday, Jan. 18 because of no school.
The Women’s Circle of Center Presbyterian Church is having a salad/casserole luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 19 at noon at the church.
Cydnee Stockham, daughter of Cyndee and Bob Stockham will celebrate her sixth birthday on Jan. 21, 2010. Her uncle and aunt Chad and Traci Cook moved into the home they purchased on the East side of Seaton on the weekend before Christmas.