NEWS

News From Seaton

Renea Anderson/Correspondent

Hazel Scheckles who had her 91st birthday on January 20 was in the Mercer County Hospital this past week. She is going to be moving to the nursing home. She had been living in Seaton with her daughter and son-in-law, Leona and Rich Springer.

Does the winter seem long to you?  How about a good book to pass the time and make spring come quicker?  Our Seaton Public Library has all the new bestsellers on the book list, books on tapes and shelves of children’s books for everyone to enjoy. Library hours are 3:30 - 5:30 p.m., Tuesdays and 10 a.m. - noon on Saturdays. Library visitors can also call any Board member or ask for the key at the Freedom Bank in Seaton to gain access at other times. Board members include Janet DeKeyrel, Beverly Barnhouse, Sloane Milewski, Jeanne Bennett, Nikki Holmes, Michele Dekeyrel and Renea Anderson.

The weather has played havoc with the junior high Wrestling schedule for more results next week.

There has been a lot of activity at the Wheeler Café building in Seaton so hopefully we will have a restaurant open soon. Kelly and Keith Wheeler are going to be operating it.

IHSA Wrestling Regionals were last weekend at Sherrard High School. The competition gets tougher as the wrestlers meet up with the best from around the state at Sectionals this weekend in Byron. Nine wrestlers from Mercer County High School qualified for IHSA Sectionals. Ethan Ball, at 160 placed 1st, Zach Nelson, at 135 placed 1st, Logan Snyder placed 2nd, Jesse Snyder placed 2nd, Bryce Skiles placed 2nd, Austin Skiles placed 2nd, Derrick Morford placed 2nd, Landon MacIntosh placed 3rd and AJ Schroeder placed 3rd. Good job to all of the MC Wrestling Team and good luck to the nine young men representing our school for the chance to go to state competition.