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Father’s Day

Faith Perspectives – June 6, 2018 By Rev. Beverly Kahle St. Paul UCC- Nashville This Sunday we celebrate Father’s Day. Did you know that originally Father’s Day was celebrated on Pentecost? I don’t know why – maybe to remind us of the deep connection each father has to our Heavenly Father, the God Almighty who

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Community Calendar – June 13, 2018

ACTIVITIES Wednesday, June 13 Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, use education center doors, 7 p.m. Open Gym Nights for Youth, Nashville Community Center, sponsored by Nashville Assembly of God, 7 to 8 p.m. Recycling truck, behind Farm Bureau, 7:30 a.m. – noon. Thursday, June 14 Nashville Farmers Market, in front

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Crepe Myrtle – Beautiful . . . .

Master Gardener Scoop – June 6, 2018 By Majo Bates, Master Gardener In my opinion the Crepe Myrtle is one of the most beautiful, outstanding plants in the world. As I grew up in the South, living in Southern Arkansas, Mississippi and Southern Louisiana, most streets and parks were lined with this beautiful blooming plant.

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Division

Faith Perspectives – June 6, 2018 By Rev. Beverly Kahle, St. Paul UCC, Nashville I don’t know about you, but I am very disturbed with the climate of the country today. Not the weather, but the emotional and relational climate. We hear everyone talking about how divided the country is – they do poll after

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Community Calendar – June 6, 2018

ACTIVITIES Wednesday, June 6 Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, use education center doors, 7 p.m. Open Gym Nights for Youth, Nashville Community Center, sponsored by Nashville Assembly of God, 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 7 Nashville Farmers Market, in front of courthouse, 7 to 11 a.m. Summer Concert, Dave

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“Doily Dog” By Olivia Anderson

“Doily Dog” NCHS Student Gallery – May 30, 2018 This week’s NCHS Student Gallery Piece is “Doily Dog”, created by Sophomore Art II student Olivia Anderson. The piece is a dog sculpture made with a papier-mâché technique (paper and paste) with yarn, doilies, ribbon, and buttons. It is free-standing and measures 22 x 9 x

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Is Composting In Your Future?

Examples of composting units. Master Gardener Scoop – May 30, 2018 By Julie Karmeier, Master Gardener You may not think that composting is a very interesting subject, but for most gardeners it is a way of obtaining nutrient rich soil at no cost – just a bit of labor. Everything decomposes at some point so

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Community Calendar – May 30, 2018

ACTIVITIES Wednesday, May 30 Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, use education center doors, 7 p.m. Open Gym Nights for Youth, Nashville Community Center, sponsored by Nashville Assembly of God, 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 31 Farmer’s Market, Around The Courthouse, 7-11 a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church,

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“Inside And Out” By Mackenzie Hollowell

“Inside and Out” NCHS Student Gallery – May 23, 2018 This week’s NCHS Student Gallery Piece is “Inside and Out”, a 9X12 inch watercolor self-portrait by 12th grade Art I student Mackenzie Hollowell. “My artwork represents who I am on the inside and outside,” Hollowell wrote. “Every element that I created represents something about me.”

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Why We See Flowers Have Color

Yellow colors and nectar attract bees to fertilize squash. Master Gardener Scoop – May 23, 2018 Will Summers, Master Gardener This time of year we are beginning to see that arrival of brightly colored flowers and few of us may wonder about the significance of this process. Our ability to see flower color is no

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