Bill and Pat Wintjen , parents of Rebecca Rench of Nashville, Mark Wintjen of Yukon, Okla., and the late Victoria Wintjen of Ridgecrest, Calif., will celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary on August 6. This devoted couple have been inseparable for 68 years, but due to unfortunate recent circumstances, Bill is in the memory Care unit
Kristine E. Droste and Christopher M. Kollmann are proud to announce their engagement. Kristine is the daughter of Dave and Karen Droste of Nashville. She is a 2008 graduate of Nashville Community High School, a 2010 graduate of Kaskaskia Community College, and a 2012 graduate of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She is self-employed
Rebecca Rench of Nashville, was recently published in the Happier magazine. Rench submitted a handy tip, to the magazine and it was published in the July 2-8 edition. Happier magazines are distributed through the country at pharmacies or you can subscribe .
Sunday, July 30, Trinity Lutheran Church in Hoyleton, celebrates the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost and the fifth special service in observance of the 150th Anniversary of Trinity. The congregation welcomes Reverend Mark Nebel, who previously served as Pastor of Trinity, as the guest preacher for the 9:30 AM service. Reverend Nathan Wollenberg, Trinity’s pastor, will
On Sunday, July 16, 2017, Zion UCC of Addieville, had a service of recognition during the church service for Bernice Engelmann. The recognition was in honor of both her 90th birthday and for the 70th anniversary of her teaching Sunday School at Zion UCC in Addieville. Following the church service, we then had a lunch in
Some of the Top Ten Readers from the 2017 Summer Reading Program. Nashville Public Library concluded Summer Reading with Abra-Kidabra on July 12. The theme was Read by Design and we designed buildings, ice cream, paper airplanes and art. We started off the Summer with Eric Spencer talking about architecture and how the library was
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
Students from NCHS recently competed at the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif. FROM LEFT, Tyler Williamson, Kyler Klingenberg, Taylor Cook, Ethan Small, and Brent Harris.
Morgan Kamperth with Jill Klostermann, Director of Financial Aid for Kaskaskia College. Kaskaskia College is proud to announce that Okawville High School student, Morgan Kampwerth, will receive a Board of Trustee Scholarship to attend Kaskaskia College for the 2017-18 school year. The award provides the student with full tuition for up to two years. Morgan
Tristan Gill of Nashville, is among Southeast Missouri State University’s spring 2017 graduates. Gill graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in international business.