Justin Jurkowski (618) 316-1727 Happenings at St. Michael Parish, Radom & Around Radom (February 15- February 21) February 15-17, February 21 –NO Mass February 18- 5PM Mass -(Radom) February 19- 8AM Mass-(Dubois) 10AM Mass-(Radom) Hope everyone had a great Valentine’s Day yesterday! Thank you to those who attended the St. Michael’s Chicken and
Darlene Ostendorf (618) 424-7779 We have been enjoying some springlike weather. Crocus are in bloom. Zion Church will have their annual Drawdown benefit on March 25 at the Addieville Community Club. Our sympathy to Judy Ostendorf and family on the death of her mother Marlyn Stemler. Her funeral service was held on Friday at St
Patricia Rensing email@example.com Trinity Lutheran’s Pastor Nathan Wollenberg has began a new Adult Confirmation Class on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. If you or anyone you know is interested, please come to the school conference room. The Men’s Club has targeted Saturday, March 4 for their paper drive. As is the norm, the 4H will be
Melody Turner 314-0684 The Ashley Library received a $1,627.00 grant from the Washington County Farm Bureau ‘s 3rd Annual Community Impact Grant. The library applied for the grant to purchase a computer and media display cases the check was presented Feb 9. Ashley Community Committee A will be busy planning the July 1st Picnic.
Ora Mae Droege 824-6326 St. Salvator Lutheran Church, Venedy Rev. Art Eichhorn, Pastor 9:00 am – Sunday School 10:00 am – Sunday Worship Service – Seventh Sunday of Epiphany – Leviticus 19: 1 – 2, 9 – 18; I Corinthians 3: 10 – 23; Matthew 5: 38 – 48 St. John’s United Church of Christ,
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Melody Turner 314-0684 The Ashley Library applied for a grant to purchase a computer and media display cases they were approved and the check was presented 2/ 9. They received $1627.00 from the Washington County Farm Bureau ‘s 3rd Annual Community Impact Grant. ZUMBA is every Wednesday at 6:30 pm at the Ashley Community Building.
Eighty Years Ago (1937) Nashville City Council raised the salary of the waterworks superintendent from $70 to $100 per month. August Sachtleben of Hoyleton was elected president of the Washington County Agricultural Conservation Association at its annual meeting. Deaths: Claude Martin, 56, of Nashville; Fred Thorman, 66, a native of Nashville; Anna Wessel, 87, of