“Non-Traditional Mandala” By Willow Simmons NCHS Student Gallery – April 25, 2018 This week’s art for the NCHS student gallery is “Non-Traditional Mandala”, created by NCHS Senior and Art II Student Willow Simmons. The piece is a 12×12 inch graphite and marker drawing. Students studied artist associated with the Abstract Art movement. The Abstract art
ACTIVITIES Wednesday, April 25 Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, use ER doors, 7 p.m. Recycling truck, behind Farm Bureau, 7:30 a.m. – noon. Thursday, April 26 Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28 8th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition, Fox Theatre, 8 p.m.
Relay For Life 2018 By Rebecca Ruehl A few years ago, I went to an out-of-state meeting whose goal was to share fundraising ideas with others from the 50 states. I didn’t really know what to expect, just that I was fired up about Relay for Life and excited to see what others were doing.
Hi, it’s Becki from Nashville Grade School with the events for grades K-4 for the week of April 23 – April 27. Thank you for your participation in our blood drive last week. Mrs. Bartling’s class had the highest participation on the Primary School side. They win a pizza party!! Monday, April 23 students with
Hi, it’s Becki from Nashville Grade School with the events for grades K-4 for the week of April 16 – April 20. Looking ahead: Our Grandparent’s Day Program will be Friday, May 4 at 1:30 in the afternoon followed by room visits. Our “Kick Off To Summer Morning” will be Thursday, May 17! This is
NCHS Counseling Office Nashville Community High School Phone: (618) 327.8286 Fax: (618) 327.4513 Web Address: Nashville-k12.org Tesha Maschhoff X250; Becky Luessenheide X381; Susan Boosinger X251 Scholarships: As we receive information on scholarships, a complete list will posted on the Counseling Office webpage at: https://sites.google.com/a/ nashville-k12.org/scholarships/ Below is a partial list of available scholarships: NASHVILLE OPTIMIST
By Rev. Beverly Kahle St. Paul UCC, Nashville We are currently in the season of Easter where we celebrate and explore what it means that Christ died for us so that we can live for and through him. Easter is that wonderful time in the spring when usually the world around us awakens from its
Eighty Years Ago (1938) The primary election attracted 6,807 voters, over 4,000 of them Republicans nominated W.P. Green for judge; Paul Johnson for clerk; J.U. Spencer for treasurer; Harry Anderson for sheriff; and Kenneth Frieman for superintendent of schools. Miss Carrie Luke was bitten on the ankle by a dog as she was going to
Classic Photo – April 18, 2018 This week’s Classic Photo features a man at center, sitting, who is almost surely Southern Illinois Senator Paul Simon, though, estimating the age of the photo, he was likely serving as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives when it was taken. There does happen to be some
ACTIVITIES Wednesday, April 18 Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, use ER doors, 7 p.m. Blood pressure and blood sugar screenings at Okawville Senior Center, 11 a.m. – noon. Thursday, April 19 Washington County Historical Society Annual Banquet, 6 p.m., Original Springs Hotel, Okawville Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church,