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Community Calendar – December 28, 2016

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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Ask A Pastor – December 28, 2016

Ask A Pastor By Pastor Scott Osenbaugh, The Healing Place (Nashville Assembly of God) Many, many years ago (okay, more than half a century ago, but that seems so stark), Advent was a time with almost as much excitement as Christmas itself. There was the ceremonial lighting of the Advent candles each week at church,

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NCHS Counselors’ Report – December 28, 2016

Counselors’ Report NCHS Counseling Office Attention Senior Parents – Financial Aid: One of the first steps of the college financial aid process is completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form. The FAFSA enables students who qualify to receive federal/state grants, scholarships, as well as to participate in work-studies programs. This form was

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Queen Of HeartsNCHS Superintendent’s Notes – December 29, 2016

By Ernie Fowler – Nashville CHSD #99 efowler@nashville-k12.org “Show me the money!” That is a popular line from the movie Jerry Maguire. This could also be the same line used by our good folks who participated in the Queen of Hearts contest sponsored by the American Legion. There is nothing like a pot of gold

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The Roof Is On Fire! Classic Photo – December 28, 2016

The Roof Is On Fire! The protective equipment that the firefighters in this photo are wearing doesn’t look anywhere near as advanced as modern turnout gear, but how old is it? (and of course, how old is the photo then?) If you know, or if you have some other information about the photo, or even

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It Happened Here – December 28, 2016

It Happened Here Eighty Years Ago (1936) Two pounds of roasted peanuts were 25 cents and peanut brittle was 10 cents a pound at the local Washco store. Raymond Seefeldt of Plum Hill caught a chicken hawk which measured 56 inches from wing tip to wing tip and weighed five pounds. New WPA projects were

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Washington County Senior Services Menu – December 21, 2016

Washington County Senior Services, Inc. Senior Citizens Menus Make your reservation and enjoy a meal with friends at any 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

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Agriculture Market Report

Tuesday, December 20, 2016 Soybeans, yellow, per bu. $9.98 Soft wheat, per bu. 3.72 Corn, yellow, per bu. 3.38 Milo, per bu. 2.49 Retail Corn, per bu. 3.53 Soybean meal, per ton 385.00

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Let’s Read – December 21, 2016

By Mary Barrett B is for Beason – A Great Lakes Lighthouse Alphabet By Helen L. Wilbur Published by Sleeping Bear Press, 2395 South Huron Parkway, Suite 200, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 Hardback, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-58536-916-4 The Great Lakes, with the rivers, canals, and channels that connect them, form on of the busiest waterways in

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