AshleyJune 22, 2016

Ashley

Melody Turner 314-0684

Holden Cameron’s 4th Annual Memorial Ride is June 25 starting at the Community Building at 11 am. All vehicles are welcome .

Check out the Ashley Library and sign up for the summer reading program.

The city council meets the third Monday of every month at 7 pm. If you have questions or concerns about the city go to the meetings and speak up during hearing from the citizens. You may also contact a city councilman about your concerns.

Ashley United Methodist Church Services are every Sunday morning at 8 :30 am. Senior potluck luncheon is the 1st Thursday of every month at 11. Ashley United Methodist Church is a very small church and welcomes everyone.

Ashley Community Committee will have a meeting June 26 to finalize the plans for the Ashley Picnic July 2. Ashley Flea Market will be from 8 am until 2 on the 2nd.Washington County Sheriff’s Office will be available for ident a kid there will be free games for the kids in the park. Rainbow Ranch will be back by popular demand. Rand J Tactical Laser Tag will be setting up this year with arm bands. The 161 Band will be there for your listening entertainment. New Heart Fellowship Church will be hosting the Chicken and Dumpling Dinner from 4 til 7. Preacher Dennis Gambill from Ashley and Richview Methodist Churches will be in charge of services in the park at 6 pm. Fireworks at dark. So make plans to attend..

Have a great week and if you have questions or comments feel free to contact me at 314 -0684 or on Facebook look for Melody Kohrmann Turner and add me as a friend or send me a message.

Hoyleton

Patricia Rensing

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GOING ONCE, GOING TWICE, SOLD!

The excitement rings out as for the past 20+ years, the quilt auction takes the stage under the pavilion on Sunday, July 10 at the Hofbraufest. The committee for this event is compromised of Norma Tucker, Deb Obermeier, Marsha Hake, and Cassie Sachtleben.

This group of dedicated women solicit applications for individuals to submit their quilts for auctioning. The quilters receive an appointment as this resourceful group ensures the creative endeavors meet the standards for entry into the auction. The quilt must be pieced and may be either hand or machine quilted.

A limited number of tied quilts are accepted. Last year, an added category for clean vintage quilts was added. This proved to be a true crowd pleaser!

Bed quilts, baby quilts, and quilted wall hangings will be on display in the park beginning at 11:30 a.m. As the committee follows strict adherence to the set standards, the juried quilts are truly works of art in addition to being a cover on a cold, wintry night.

The Hofbraufest is featuring American Dreams AMS as the carnival vendor this year. Arm bands will be featured all 3 days of the event and with 2 canned goods participants can receive $2.00 off of their arm band and this offer is repeated on each day as that day’s arm band is purchased.

Rides, games, and concessions will be presented by American Dreams and each arm band will ensure 4 fun-filled hours riding the various attractions.

Please see the ad in this week’s Nashville News for the schedule of events at the 48th Annual Hoyleton Hofbraufest.