Community Calendar ACTIVITIES Thursday, December 29 Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, December 30 Deadline For Ads, Stories and Submissions for the Wednesday, January 4 edition of The Nashville News, 12 p.m. Christmas Tree Pickup, City of Nashville. Next Pickup January 6 Saturday, December 31 New Years Eve Have Fun
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The Central College Symphonic Wind Ensemble plans a performance in Nashville, Illinois as part of their winter tour schedule. The performance will be held at Grace United Methodist Church, 250 N. Mill Street, on Thursday, January 12, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. The twenty-seven-member ensemble will also be visiting Centerville, IA, Hermitage, TN and Nashville, TN
For New Years, The Nashville News will close on Monday, January 2. Deadline for the Wednesday, January 4 edition of the paper will be at 12 p.m. on Friday, December 30. Please get all ads or stories to The Nashville News as soon as possible to insure that they are included in the issues following
Washington County Hospital is hosting a CPR & First Aid Training class open to the public. The class will be held on Tuesday, January 10 to begin at 6:00 p.m. There is a $25 fee per participant. (Please bring cash/check) The CPR/First Aid Class will be located in the Conference Rooms on the lower level
By Alex Haglund At the meeting of the Washington County Board held on Tuesday, December 13, the board heard reports from County Supervisor of Assessments Sharon Mewes and from Washington County Health Department Administrator Sharon Frederking. Mewes went up first and stated that everything was going well. “Sidwell is on target to do our maps,”
First Blood Drive Of 2017 At Washington County Hospital WCH is hosting their first blood drive of the year on Tuesday, January 3, from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m. in the Hospital Conference Rooms located in the lower level. Best access is through the education entrance on the south east corner of the building.
Washington County Hospital (WCH) and Washington County Health Department (WCHD) are excited to announce the upcoming Annual Ladies Night Out, “Ladies Be Well”. This event is scheduled for Monday, January 16 at the Original Springs Hotel in Okawville. The cost to attend this event is $16 and you are encouraged to reserve your seat with
Washington County Building Permits For November 2015 Washington County Building Permits issued for the month of November included: Application number 042-16, Ross Schultze, a Residence, parcel number 14-05-400-005 043-16, Tim Liefer, a Porch, 13-20-253-014 044-16, Darrell Joellenbeck, a Carport, 05-14-100-012 045-16, Janet Groves, a mobile home, 06-09-101-006 046-16, James Allen, a fence; 05-34-303-001 047-16, James
No Changes To Trash Schedule For Holidays In Nashville By Alex Haglund The Nashville City Council held their second regular meeting for December and their last meeting for 2016 on the evening of Thursday, December 15, at the Nashville City Hall. Prior to the meeting, there was a a hearing regarding a proposed property tax