Letter: Thanks To All The Hurricane Relief Donors

What started as a crazy idea to load an enclosed trailer with diapers, wipes and formula for those affected by the recent hurricanes grew into a fully loaded 53’ semi trailer full of hurricane relief supplies for Texas and Florida. None of it would have been possible without the support provided by so many. We can’t say how thankful we

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Let’s Read – September 20, 2017

Let’s Read September 20, 2017 By Mary Barrett Freedom’s Price (Keys of Promise #3) By Christine Johnson Published by Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group, PO Box 6287, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49516 350 pages, paperback, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-8007-2352-1 Englishwoman Catherine Haynes flees a forced marriage to seek her American mother’s family. Enlisting the

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Drive To Benefit Intellectually Disabled September 22 and 23

The Knights of Columbus Council 4384 of Nashville will be conducting their annual drive for the Intellectually Disabled (Tootsie Roll Drive) on Friday, September 22, and Saturday, September 23,2017. The money collected is given to the Special Education classes at Nashville High School and Nashville Grade School.

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Washington County Senior Services, Inc. – September 20, 2017

Make your reservation and enjoy a meal with friends at either of the sites. Besides offering a hot nutritious meal, we also offer a wide range of information and assistance. If you know anyone who would benefit from home delivered meals or any other services, please call either sites. Transportation is available by appointment; all

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Nashville Lady Golf Association Notes – Sept. 20, 2017

The Nashville Ladies Golf Association met September 5 at the Eagle’s Nest in Addieville. Ann Sachtleben called the meeting to order and minutes were read by Marilyn Taylor secretary. A motion was made by Cary Iftner and seconded by Colette Nierman to approve the minutes. All agreed. Kathy Dahncke treasurer gave the treasurer’s report. Evelyn

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This Week’s Pets For Adoption – September 20, 2017

Scarlet This week’s pet for adoption is this three-to-four month old female coonhound. Dolly with the Washington County Partners for Pets says, “She is really laid back, likes the shelter cat and likes people. She is just a easy going dog.” This relaxed gal’s Nashville News staff-suggested name is Scarlet, as in “Scarlet Begonias”. She

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Above And Beyond – Chamber Recognizes Ruehl

The Nashville Chamber recognized Rebecca Ruehl, ABOVE, LEFT, with Chamber President Tom Speedie, presenting her with the first of their “Above and Beyond” award, for her help in organizing the “Stock The Trailer For Texas” effort for Hurricane Harvey relief. There is a letter from Ruehl and her relief effort co-organizer, Colleen Callan, published on

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Customer Appreciation Day Winners

The Nashville News Customer Appreciation Day was held on Friday, September 15. Along with plenty to eat and drink, as well as sales and tours of the office, we held a drawing for a number of giveaways. The winners of these drawings were: Don Rybacki, folding camp chair; Steve Launius, $50 Meier’s Chevrolet Gift Card;

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WCH Auxiliary Hosting Book Fair Oct. 3

The Washington County Hospital Women’s Auxiliary members are excited to announce their Annual Book Fair on Tuesday, October 3 from 9 am – 4 pm. The event will be located in the lower level conference rooms at the hospital. The Book Fair is a great place to find that perfect gift for your family. They

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National Right To Life Chain October 1

Washington County Right to Life will be participating in the annual National Right to Life Chain, on Sunday, October 1, as part of a prayerful and peaceful witness for the sanctity of human life. Participants line the highways of our nation to peacefully and silently pray for our nation for an end to abortion and

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