By Alex Haglund The City of Nashville heard from Carolyn Detering who came to their regular meeting held on Thursday, February 16 on behalf of the Walk with the Dogs for Pancreatic Cancer, an annual fundraising walk held in Nashville in early June, and one which in its 11 years, has raised more than a
Youth motivational speaker Tom Thelen spoke at a presentation held at Assembly Hall on the afternoon of Wednesday, February 15. “I’m not here to scare you,” Thelen said, “I’m here to give you tools.” Thelen suggested that it was important that when dealing bullies or others in a confrontation, not to lose control, even if
By Alex Haglund There are dozens, maybe hundreds of vehicles lining the walls of Henry Setzekorn’s basement just east of Nashville. Many of these vehicles are models of John Deere vehicles, as Setzekorn is a big green and yellow fan, but others are truly one-of-a-kind – these are the toys and models Setzekorn makes himself.
NCHS Drama Club Presentation Of “The Princess Bride” Coming To Hoyleton Community Club The NCHS Drama Club is excited to invite the community to the First Annual Benefit Dinner Theatre on February 25, at the Hoyleton Community Center. This year’s show is the one-and-only Princess Bride, adapted from the film for the stage by Ms.
During the week of January 22nd-29th students, teachers and families celebrated our wonderful Lutheran schools! In the Lutheran church there are currently 1,173 Early Childhood Centers, 804 Elementary Schools and 91 High Schools sharing the life-changing message of Jesus’ love with more than 250,000 students, their families and the community. The theme for the week
The physical therapy department at Washington County Hospital is offering a free kids class on fitness and health to be held on Monday, February 20 at 11 AM through 12:30 PM, in WCH’s lower level conference room. The class is open to children from kindergarten to 8th grade. The children will be taught fun ways
Illinois State Representative Charlie Meier (R-Okawville) was recently chosen by House Republican Leader Jim Durkin to serve as Republican Spokesman for the Agriculture and Conservation Committee. The Spokesman role serves as the top spot for a republican member serving on the important house committee. Rep. Meier replaced retired State Representative Don Moffitt who was appointed
618 Rocks! is a community initiative designed to spread joy and encourage creativity. The goal is to cultivate kindness, plant joy, and harvest hope for a better tomorrow in the 618. Students from Trinity-St. John Lutheran School painted rocks as part of their National Lutheran School’s Week Celebration last week. The rocks will be hidden