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ABATE Awards Scholarship To Barczewski

Kaskaskia Valley ABATE awarded a scholarship of $500 to Andrew “Drew” Barczewski, a 2017 graduate of NCHS, who is headed to the University of Illinois in the fall. Barczewski, along with numerous other students, wrote an essay on patriotism, with his being selected as this year’s winner. Barczewski is pictured with Kaskaskia Valley ABATE President

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Nashville Fire Department Golf Scramble Receives Donation

Shown presenting the check are FROM LEFT, Tim Kirchner, NFPD Chief Alan Holt, and Andy Kirchner. NOT PICTURED, David Kirchner Recently, the Kirchner Family of companies presented a check for $25,000 to the Nashville Fire Protection District. This check is presented in conjunction with the upcoming NFPD Golf Scramble scheduled to be held on August

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Threshermen Finish Summer Concert Series

Local Band The Threshermen played the last show of the 2017 Summer Concert series on Thursday evening, July 20. During the concert, Rick Harris, president of the Washington County Arts Council, who sponsors the series, took a few minutes to say that there would be more concerts next year, and that he hoped that they

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NCHS Principal Pasero Departing For Superintendent’s Position In Chester

By Alex Haglund Nashville Community High School Principal and former math teacher Brian Pasero announced to the school board that he will be leaving the district after having received tentative news that he would be offered the position of superintendent at the Chester School District. At the NCHS Board meeting held on Monday, July 17,

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Grace United Methodist Holds Back To School Carnival

Second grader Katelyn Goglek straps on her new backpack. Grace United Methodist Church of Nashville held their 10th annual Back To School Carnival on Saturday, July 22. While the steamy weather brought the event into the church basement, the humidity did little to dampen kids’ enthusiasm for the event, or the enthusiasm of the volunteers

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Adult/Child Family Scramble To Benefit Community Center, August 3

The Nashville Community Center will be hosting their inaugural Adult/Child Family Golf Scramble on Thursday, August 3. This two person scramble will team adults and children up. Adults are encouraged to bring their own kids or a grandchild, niece or nephew, even a student, neighbor or friend. The scramble will be held at the Nashville

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Pack 127 Cub Scouts Get A Firefighting Lesson

The Cub Scouts of Nashville’s Pack 127 got a firefighting lesson on Tuesday evening, July 18. The night was their “water night”, and they had some special help from Nashville Fire Protection District Volunteer Firefighters Chris Frerker and Seth Dinkelman, who came to the Scout House at Memorial Park with a tanker/pumper truck freshly topped

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