The Nashville Ladies Golf Association met September 5 at the Eagle’s Nest in Addieville. Ann Sachtleben called the meeting to order and minutes were read by Marilyn Taylor secretary. A motion was made by Cary Iftner and seconded by Colette Nierman to approve the minutes. All agreed. Kathy Dahncke treasurer gave the treasurer’s report. Evelyn
The Washington County Hospital Women’s Auxiliary members are excited to announce their Annual Book Fair on Tuesday, October 3 from 9 am – 4 pm. The event will be located in the lower level conference rooms at the hospital. The Book Fair is a great place to find that perfect gift for your family. They
The Nashville High School Class of 1954, ABOVE, met for their 63rd class reunion at Little Nashville on Saturday, September 9. Those present included, FROM LEFT, FRONT ROW, Mary (Polczynski) Steinkamp, Collette (Kugler) Niermann, Alita (Frederking) Schorfheide, Mildred (HArre) Cramer, Rose Ann (Ruchaj) Hunter and Pat (Ksycki) Corzine. BACK ROW, George Engele, Dennis Niermann, Carol
Make your reservation and enjoy a meal with friends at either of the sites. Besides offering a hot nutritious meal, we also offer a wide range of information and assistance. If you know anyone who would benefit from home delivered meals or any other services, please call either sites. Transportation is available by appointment; all
The HAPPY HOME HOUR unit enjoyed a day of visiting the Old Capitol Building and various craft shops in Vandalia on August 23. Attending were, FROM LEFT, Judy Jones, Nancy Russell, Marietta Dahncke, Julie Schroeder, Sandy Tomaszewski and Jane Nelms.
The Nashville High School class of 1954 will be holding a reunion on Saturday, September 9, at 12 p.m. at Little Nashville. Class of ‘54 alumni can meet there, or feel free to call Dennis Niermann at (618) 327-8408 with any questions.
The quilt winner for the month of August for the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Altar Sodality is Shelley Bochantin of Nashville. The quilt was donated by Cheryl Ruggles, Rosemary Gogolek, Sophie Wisneski, Sara Bauza and Joyce Bauza.
The Friendly Homemakers unit members met on June 1, 2017 at Kretzer’s in Hoyleton. Eleven members answered to roll call by telling, “What is your clutter problem?” Members took turns reading about the lesson: Simplify Your Life By De-Cluttering. There was discussion about our free month outing and a decision was to go to Roemer
FROM LEFT, BACK ROW, Laverne Thorson, Fern Turpin, Eunice Witte, Lorraine Haake, Ann Schnitker, Marilyn Suedmeyer and Doris Meier. FRONT ROW, Janice Nierman, Norma Tucker, Gerri Schnitker, and Gerri Twenhafel. The Washington County Association for Home and Community Education Program has a regular monthly unit meetings except for July and August (designated as a free
A group of HCE members, friends, and family had a guided tour of Centralia Carillon for their August outing. Roy Kroezen, a carillonist, pictured standing at the back gave a special concert for those on the tour. A few adventurous souls climbed the 160 foot tower. Following the tour the group enjoyed lunch at Jade.