Class Of 1953 To Hold Reunion The Nashville Community High School Class of 1953 will hold its 64th reunion on Saturday, October 14 at the Eagle’s Nest in Addieville. Interested in attending? RSVP to Ed Paszkiewicz at (618) 327-3032, or to Glen Bowers at (618) 485-2003.
Words To Heal By – NCHS FCA Holding Book Drive To Help Former Student The NCHS FCA is helping a former student, Brooke Bowman, and would like to cordially invite all students and community members to participate in her Book Drive – “Words to Heal By” during the months of October and November. The goal
Washington County September Building Report Building permits for September approved by The Washington County Zoning Department include: Parcel 16-29-100-010, Michael Queen, building a Pole Barn, Permit 042-17 15-14-100-004, Maurice Dulle, a Cabin, 043-07 14-19-300-008, Kijuana Mamell, an RV, 044-17 06-04-300-008(D), Adam Haas, a House, 045-17
Homecoming Week At NCHS This week is Homecoming Week for Nashville Community High School and all NCHS Alumni. The students have been celebrating by dressing up in unique ways this week. Monday was Career Day, Tuesday was Generation Day, Wednesday is Dress to Impress Day, Thursday is Color Day– The seniors wear black, juniors wear
Community Calendar – October 4, 2017 ACTIVITIES Thursday, October 5 Farmer’s Market, Around The Courthouse, 7-11 a.m. Washington County Health Department Seasonal Flu Clinic, Ashley Community Center (at the park), 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Washington County Health Department Seasonal Flu Clinic, Oakdale Senior Center, 1 to 2 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30
BCMW will begin making appointments for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) on Monday, October 2, 2017. Only households with persons 60 or over or households with someone who is currently receiving disability are eligible to receive an appointment at this time. Starting on November 1, 2017, households who are currently disconnected or
District 49 Friday Call Home – September 29, 2017 Hi, it’s Becki from Nashville Grade School with the events for grades K-4 for the week of October 2 – October 6. Thank you so much for contributions to schoolstore.com! Thanks to you, our teachers will be able spend over $4000 in gift cards! The first
The Nashville Friends of the Library are holding their fall book sale this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as they have in the past. New for this year is the Friends’ Silent Auction. Auction items are on display at the library and the auction runs from through the end of the fall book sale, at 2
The Nashville News has received show award winners names as well as scores of photos from the U of I County Extension of those honored for their 4-H shows from this year. In the past, due to the volume of these photos, we have printed them piecemeal, a process that could stretch out for months.
Washington County Book In The Works – Family Histories Needed Almost 10,000 brochures have been delivered to the Washington County Historical Society Museum describing the Washington County Bicentennial History and Families Book and encouraging and inviting everyone in the county to submit family histories and a photo. The brochure includes sample family histories and tips