New Kaskaskia College Foundation Directors Craig Finke, Nashville and Leonard Rose, Centralia. Kaskaskia College Foundation Appoints New Directors, Trustees The Kaskaskia College Foundation Board of Directors welcomed two new members, and seated the class of 2018 trustees during its annual meeting on Monday, April 2. Leonard Rose of Centralia and Craig Finke of Nashville were
Chamber Spring Madness was held on the evening of Friday, April 13, from 5 to 8 p.m. Along with great deals at Nashville-area businesses, shoppers could sign up at each business to have their name entered in a drawing to win Nashville Dollars at the end of the evening. The winners included, FROM LEFT, Meghan
Margie May will be the guest at an open house in honor of her 85th birthday on Sunday afternoon, April 22, from 1 to 3 p.m., at St. Paul UCC Church Hall. Please join us to help her celebrate.
On April 8, 2018, Andersynn Gale and Madelyn Zelasko received First Holy Communion during the 10:00 a.m. mass at St. Charles Church, DuBois. They are shown here with their PSR instructor, Rosalie Kostecki and Father Oliver Nwachukwu, Ph.D.
Washington County Hospital held their third annual 5K and Fun Run this Saturday, April 14, at Washington County State Lake. Despite wet and chilly weather, the runners came out, starting out at approximately 8 a.m. Proceeds from the event go to benefit Washington County Relay For Life.
NCHS hosted IHSA Organizational Contest on Saturday, April 13 and 14. Ten bands and ten choirs competed during the contest. Organizational contest is for large ensembles including concert bands, jazz bands, concert choirs, jazz choirs, and show choirs. NCHS had an outstanding contest. Competing in the two day event from NCHS were, the Concert Band,
Nashville Mayor Erik Rolf, CENTER, signed a proclamation for Community College Month, with Cathy Karrick, LEFT, and Ruth Barczewski, RIGHT. April is Community College Month, and to show support for it, and for this area’s community college, Kaskaskia College, the Nashville City Council approved a resolution at their April 5 meeting declaring community college month
Despite a slight chill, the Easter Bunny and approximately 40 children attended St. Ann Church’s annual Easter Egg Hunt, held on Saturday, March 31.
Winning students from NCHS are, FROM LEFT, Duall Schlichter (9th), Holli Fullerton (12th), Olivia Anderson (10th), and Josie Woodrome (9th). Twenty NCHS art students attended the annual Chalk Walk Art Competition hosted by Steeleville High School. Surrounding schools participated in the event. Students are grouped into teams of four students from their own school. Nashville had
In 1967 Roland and Loretta Meyer started a small hobby greenhouse in their backyard when they lived on W. St. Louis St. Nashville. In 1968 they moved to Lebanon St. and started Meyer’s Greenhouse. Roland was still working as a full-time mechanic and Loretta was working part-time at the hospital. In 1978 they moved to