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Washington County Senior Services Menu – Week Of January 10, 2018

Washington County Senior Services Menu – Week Of January 10, 2018 Make your reservation and enjoy a meal with friends at either 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

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Let’s Read – January 10, 2018

Let’s Read – January 10, 2018 By Mary Barrett Silvia’s Rose (Peace in the Valley #1) By Jerry S. Eicher Published by Harvest House Publishers, 990 Owen Loop North, Eugene, Oregon 97402 343 pages, paperback, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-7369-6930-7 Esther Stiltzfus considers herself to be down-to-earth, the way most Amish women do. Her marriage to her

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Dealing With Sapsucker Damage To Your Trees

Dealing With Sapsucker Damage To Your Trees Master Gardener Scoop – January 10, 2018 Will Summers, Master Gardener Some birds that gather around my birdfeeders this year are woodpeckers. Some woodpeckers, known as “Sapsuckers” because they feed on tree sap are migrating through our area. I was recently disappointed to find that one of my

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Propagating Geraniums Using Stem Cuttings

Propagating Geraniums Using Stem Cuttings Master Gardener Scoop – January 10, 2018 By Jeanette M. Endres, Master Gardener Christmas poinsettias and cacti are still blooming but it is time to think of spring and propagating flowers for the spring master gardener plant swap. I brought two large geranium plants in the house to overwinter in

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Barn Quilt 4-H Club Welcomes New Members

Barn Quilt 4-H Club Welcomes New Members U of I Extension News – January 10, 2018 Washington County 4-H Barn Quilt Club kicking off their 2018 year. This fun, artistic group is open to youth ages 8 to 18 as of September 1. They gather to create their works of art on Monday evenings from

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December 27, 2017 Classic Photo: “Big Meeting, Bigger Hair”

December 27, 2017 Classic Photo: “Big Meeting, Bigger Hair” We love hearing back on our “Classic Photos”, and we love it even more when the person who we hear back from is in the photo, like the picture in question this week. In “Big Meeting, Bigger Hair”, the Classic Photo that we featured in the

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It Happened Here – January 10, 2018

It Happened Here – January 10, 2018 Eighty Years Ago (1938) Two youthful prisoners escaped from the Washington County Jail in Nashville. One subject was picked up near Coulterville the following day. The second was still at large. O. K. Allen was named president of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce. Other officers were Ralph Maxwell,

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Community Calendar – January 10, 2018

Community Calendar – January 10, 2018 ACTIVITIES Wednesday, January 10 Recycling truck, behind Farm Bureau, 7:30 a.m. – noon. Blood pressure and blood sugar screenings at Okawville Senior Center, 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Thursday, January 11 Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” showing, The Nashville

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Richview – January 10, 2018

Richview – January 10, 2018 Melody Turner 314-0684 Republic Services is picking up trash in Richview. Please have your trash to the curb by 6 am on Wednesday if they miss you please call 618-693-3164 & they will make every effort to service you as soon as possible. REPUBLIC Services observes the following Holidays 1.New

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