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Job Fair To Be Held At Kaskaskia College April 10

Kaskaskia College will be hosting a Job Fair on Tuesday, April 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The fair will be held on the KC Main Campus. There will many employers ready to hire and available to speak with. Job seekers should come to the job fair prepared to start their application process. Employers

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West Washington School Board Prepares For 2018-2019 School Year

By Alex Johannes The West Washington County Community Unit School District #10 Board of Education held their regular monthly meeting on the evening of Thursday, March 22. The board approved the eighth grade and high school graduation dates for the spring. Eighth grade graduation will take place on Tuesday, May 22 with the dance following

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NMS Musicians Take First Across The Board In Competitions

ABOVE: Fourth Row: Mrs. Pytlinski, Andrew Gollaher, Brady Meyer, Garrett Williamson, Roman Reams, Tanner Brooks, Bryson McCleary, Seth Henderson, Reese Rowell, Zane Fletcher. Third Row: Axton Brehm, Chris Johns, Xander Harvey, Zoe Lopez, Madison Haege, Kyle Johns, Abriel Habeck, Hailee Grzegorek. Second Row: Jill Kuhl, Trent Browne, Noah Frederking, Kyle Hiedel, Carson Cook, Jordan Schuette,

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Ashley Grade School Fifth Graders Present Wax Museum

As a culmination activity following their biography reports, the Ashley Grade School fifth grade presented a living wax museum on Friday, March 23. In a museum-like setting, students pretended to be wax figures of their biography topics. Students put together costumes, backdrops, and props that represented their person. In each exhibit, viewers could press a

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Clothing The Homeless

Older students at St. Ann School (5th-8th graders), under the guidance of teacher Janice Gaubatz have been working towards different “Works of Mercy” through the school year. St. Ann School March Works Of Mercy: Clothing The Homeless Older students at St. Ann School (5th-8th graders), under the guidance of teacher Janice Gaubatz have been working

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Nashville Lions Club Scholarships Awarded To Kasten And Bartling

Nashville Lions President Doug Holzhauer recently presented Lions Club scholarships in the amount of $1,000 to both Paige Kasten and Brooke Bartling. Paige will attend the University of Missouri (Mizzou) where she will study Journalism and Brooke will attend Illinois State University (ISU) where she will major in Speech Pathology.

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KC Agriculture Program Holds Advisory Board Meeting

KC Professor Aaron Heinzmann, Scott Eversgerd of Pioneer (Nashville); Kyle Heimann of The Equity (Aviston); Daniel Mondt of Monsanto (Aviston); Gary Kennedy of the Clinton & Marion County Farm Bureau (Carlyle); KC Professor Bill Waggoner; and Dean Dittmar District V FCAE (O’Fallon). The Kaskaskia College Agriculture Advisory Board recently met and discussions included current program

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Nashville FFA Wins Big in Section Public Speaking

Speakers were, FROM LEFT, Callie McClay, Chloe Pelka, Aden Hill, Cole Herrmann, Austin Schorfheide, Kourtney Barbee and Jade Bannert. FFA Public Speakers recently won many honors while competing at the Section 21 Public Speaking Contest at Kaskaskia College. The contest has five categories which speakers can compete in: Varsity Prepared, JV Prepared, Varsity Extemporaneous, JV

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Students From The Nashville FFA Chapter Attend 212° Conference

FFA members in attendance were, FROM LEFT, FRONT ROW, Destiny Pitts, Owen Holle, Brayden Bauza, Aaron Stanowski, and Grant Pedtke. BACK ROW, Leslie Parrish, Cayla Krueger, Kourtney Barbee, Cade Hoffman, and Bryce Middleton. By Alex Johannes, Chapter Reporter Nashville FFA Chapter members attended the annual 212° conference in Collinsville on February 9-10, 2018. This conference

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“Essential Oils” Class Held At KC Nashville Education Center

Those attending the class were Marilyn Suedmeyer, Hoyleton; Krista Koch, Plum Hill; Julie Schroeder, Richview; Judy Hoepker, Nashville; Debby Stricker, Okawville; Ruth Barczewski, Director of the NEC and Diane Creed, Nashville. The instructor was Erika Dickerson of Mascoutah. The Kaskaskia College Nashville Education Center recently held an “Essential Oils” class. Students learned to use essential

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