Notices

2017 Relay For Life: More People Living With It Than Dying From It

By Rebecca Ruehl     I posted this question on Facebook a week or so ago.  “Friends. I need your help. If you or a family member is a cancer survivor, would you type their names in the comments section. It’s for a Relay article. And yes, I can use “first name last initial” for anonymity.”

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Presentation About Hosting Exchange Students To Be Held At St. Paul UCC

Bonnie resident and PAX Community Coordinator, Rhonda Ruettiger, will present an informational presentation titled “Share Your America” on June 14, at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 330 North Burhman, Nashville. All Nashville residents are invited to attend this presentation to learn about an academic exchange program that places high school students from one of

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Washington County Hospital Hosting 5K And Fun Run June 10

Washington County Hospital will be hosting a 5k and Fun Run on June 10 at the Washington County State Recreation Area and Lake. The 5K starts at 8 a.m., and registration costs $25. The ½ Mile fun run, for kids ages 10 and under, will begin following the 5k. Registration is $20. Early registration ended

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Relay For Life In Okawville June 24

The Washington County Relay for Life will be held in Okawville, IL at the Community Park on Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 4:00 to 10:00 PM. The Relay committee is still looking for more teams to add to the excitement and success of the Relay. A team can be any group, organization, school, class, family,

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Busy, Busy Band

    Steve Browne conducts NCHS Musicians through a medley of the songs of the various branches of the U.S. Armed services at the Nashville Memorial Day observances. NCHS Musicians will be back at the park on Thursday, June 1, to kick off the summer concert series there. By Alex Haglund     The NCHS Music Department

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Farm Bureau Seeking Applications For Impact Grant Program

At the Washington County Farm Bureau, we understand the amount of hard work and sweat equity that is required to make a lasting impact in our community. For over 90 years, the Washington County Farm Bureau has offered programs and services in Washington County to inform, strengthen, and develop the agricultural industry. We continue that

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Carryout For A Cause To Support The Irvington Food Pantry On June 4

The Washington County 4-H Federation will host their annual Carryout for a Cause dinner on June 4 at the Washington County Extension office in Nashville. Proceeds from the dinner will support the Irvington Food Pantry.  The dinner will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and includes a pulled pork sandwich, baked potato, green beans,

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“Walk With the Dogs” For Pancreatic Cancer Coming Up June 3

On Saturday, June 3 Memorial Park and the streets of Nashville will become a path of Purple Walkers and their 4-legged companions to raise awareness and funding for Pancreatic Cancer. This will be the 12th Annual event and to date over a quarter million dollars has been raised for research.  Pancreatic Cancer still has NO

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Openings Still Available For St. Ann Preschool

St. Ann Catholic School still has some openings for its 2017-2018 preschool. The school is offering the following options for three year olds: Half-day (MWF) 8:00-11:00 Full day (MWF) 8:00- 3:10 Full day (MTWTF) 8:00-3:10 Options for four year olds are as follows: Half-day (MTWTF) 8:00- 11:00 Full day (MTWTF) 8:00 – 3:10 St. Ann

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Community Calendar – May 31, 2017

ACTIVITIES Thursday, June 1 First performance in Washington County Arts Council summer concert series, NCHS Music Department, Pavilion Across the Creek, Nashville Memorial Park, 6 p.m. Farmer’s Market, Around The Courthouse, 7-11 a.m. Saturday, June 3 “Walk With The Dogs” for Pancreatic Cancer, 7:30 a.m., Memorial Park Wednesday, June 7 Recycling truck, behind Farm Bureau,

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