Bruce Willis family delighted to find Sisseton kindness rock

Bruce Willis Family Discovers Sisseton Rocks Bruce Willis (center) next to his wife Emma, holds a “kindness rock” painted by Candy (Moshier) Argo. They are flanked by their daughters Mabel and Evelyn, and an unidentified man). The Willis family found the rock by a bench during a rest from biking along the Wood River Trail in Ketchum, ID. Emma posted the picture to her Facebook page, and since then, over 200 of her followers from across the U.S. and other countries have asked to follow the Sisseton Rocks Facebook page. ~ Courtesy Photo

By Mimi Larsen Staff Writer

Overnight, what started out as a small group of local ladies bringing cheer to the local community has transformed into an international force. Last week, movie star Bruce Willis and his family came upon a painted rock put out by a Sisseton Rocks member along a bike path in Idaho. Now hundreds of people from as far away as the Czech Republic are asking to become members of the Sisseton Rocks Facebook page.

The “kindness rock” was placed next to a bench along the Wood River Trail in Ketchum, ID, by Sisseton native Candy (Moshier) Argo. Candy is a sister-in-law to Twila Moshier, one of the founders of Sisseton Rocks. For more on the story and many more please purchase a copy of the sisseton courier on news stands now or purchase an eedtion available on theis website.