Sunday, August 31, 2014
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Friday, January 3, 2014
Start the New Year by "resolving" to enjoy the monthly noon potlucks at Zion's Pioneer Club.
Plan to hear Dr. Andrea Giamalva, Larraine Carmichael's granddaugher, describe "Why I Am a Doctor". She just started at the Belvidere Swedish American in Family Practice. She graduated with honors from the University of Illinois Medical School in Rockford.
Come join us at Noon. Bring a dish to pass and bring your table settings. Beverage is provided.
Guests are always welcomed. Happy New Year.
Sunday, September 1, 2013
On Monday, September 9th, we will resume monthly NOON carry-in dinners with a program and fellowship.
Anyone is welcome to attend with a special welcome to Seniors.
Program for this month.
We are happy to announce that Pastor Amy Nyman will portray Jane Adams. Jame teamed up with Elaine Starr, to start Hull House in Chicago for anyone struggling, especially women. She met Elaine when they both attended Rockford Female Seminary, now Rockford University. Jane's home town is Cedarville where she is now buried. She worked with Julia Lathrop after whom Lathrop Grade School is named in Rockford.
Guests are always welcome! Pleae bring your own table settings. Beverage is provided.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
carry-in luncheon. The program will feature Joe Fortmann, the new
Executive Director of the Boone County Council on Aging and Keen-age
Center. It will be a chance to welcome him to the community and hear
about some of his ideas for the future of these organizations.
Guests are always welcome. Remember to bring your own table setting.
Beverage is provided. After the Summer break, the Pioneer Club will
resume on Monday, September 9th.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
On Monday, February 11th, the Pioneer Club potluck will be held at Noon. Featured this month will be music from the 50s and 60s by the East Bank Commanders.
Paster Bill and Bev will provide the dessert - a cake in honor of their 50th Wedding Anniversary ( Feb 9th).
So, instead of bringing a dessert, we're asking you to bring LARGER portions of meat dishes, jello, salad or other foods to help accommodate our guests from the music group.
See you on the 11th.
The East Bank Commanders are a 13-piece jazz band that is primarily composed of retired gentlemen.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
With the approach of Fall, it is time for the Pioneer Club to resume monthly Noon fellowship luncheons with information and entertainment for “Seniors”.
On Monday, September 10th, the East Bank Commanders will share some music of the 40’s and 50’s. This 12 piece group will bring back warm memories of enjoyable “golden oldies.” Guests are welcome.
To help accommodate our guests, please bring a generous dish to share; beverage is provided. Also, please consider signing up on the bulletin board to set-up and decorate at one of the monthly gatherings