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Shelter Pet – April 11, 2018

“Geoff” This week’s Shelter Dog is this bright-eyed beagle – he’s friendly, housebroken, and would make a great pet. His nickname from us at The Nashville News is Geoff. There was one other dog available as of press time, a large, neutered male mixed breed, about two-years-old. Cats are in and out of the shelter

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Traditions

Faith Perspectives – April 11, 2018 By Rev. James Miller Trinity Lutheran Church, Nashville There was once a little girl who was helping her mom bake a sheet cake. The mother took the cake out of the oven, lifted it out of the pan, and placed it on the cake platter. The daughter readied the

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NCHS Counselor’s Report – April 11, 2018

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: GROWMARK SCHOLARSHIP

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“L’eve-toi Et Brille” (Rise To Shine) By Cali Fairbanks

NCHS Student Gallery This week’s NCHS Student Gallery features “l’eve-toi et brille” (Rise to Shine), by Senior Art II student Cali Fairbanks. The piece is an 8×10 inch scratchboard. To create an image on scratchboard, the artist uses engraving tools to scratch the surface of a board that has a thin layer of white china

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Community Calendar – April 11, 2018

ACTIVITIES Wednesday, April 11 Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, 7 p.m. Thursday, April 12 Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 13 Nashville Chamber Spring Madness Sales – Nashville area businesses 5 to 8 p.m., See Ad on page A8 for more information Saturday, April 14 Third

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Open Your Home To An Exchange Student, Open Your Lives To The World!

Host Families Sought For Japanese And Korean Exchange Students Experience the richness of the world, without even leaving home! This summer, Illinois needs host families for 55 Japanese and seven Korean exchange students. Students range from 12 to 17 years of age and are matched to a youth in your home by gender, age and

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The Lovely Peony

“Bowl of Beauty” (Hoogendorn, 1949) peony has been growing and blooming at the Missouri Botanical Garden for several years. Pink outer petals surround a creamy, fluffy center. Master Gardener Scoop – April 11, 2018 By Leora McTall, Master Gardener For a short time during a National Iris Convention in Salem, Ore., the lovely peony took

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Let’s Read – April 4, 2018

By Mary Barrett I Am The Rain By John Paterson Published by Dawn Publications, 12402 Bitney Springs Road, Nevada City, California 95959 32 pages, paperback, $8.95, ISBN 978-1-58469-616-2 Sometimes I am the rain cloud and sometimes I am the rain. I can show you the rainbow in mist and morning dew. I can be a

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Relay For Life – Is Your Impact Local Or Not?

Karianne Schnitker and Nancy Hish manned a bake sale in front of Farmers and Merchants Bank in Nashville on Friday morning to benefit Relay For Life. Want to help too? Read the column, head to the website, start a team or call Rebecca – there’s plenty of work to be done, and there’s still progress

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Pruning Fruit Trees

Pruning fruit trees now, before the leaves have come in and the pests are out, holds certain advantages over waiting until later in the season. Master Gardener Scoop – April 4, 2018 Will Summers, Master Gardener If your fruit trees have not blossomed yet, you still have time to give them a good pruning in

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