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What Not To Say

Relay For Life 2018 You just ran into Kroger’s to grab a loaf of bread when you see Jane Doe coming around the corner. Jane has cancer. You’ve known about it for a few weeks but haven’t seen her out and you’ve been too busy to call. What to do, what to do. Do you…

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Let's Read – May 2, 2018

By Mary Barrett Vanishing Point (A Nikki Boyd Novel #1) By Lisa Harris Published by Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group, PO Box 6287, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49516 320 pages, paperback, $15.99, ISBN 9780-8007-2484-9 Investigator Garrett Anderson and FBI agent Jordan Lambert team up to hunt down a serial killer who has murdered…

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Community Calendar – May 2, 2018

ACTIVITIES Wednesday, May 2 Open Gym Nights for Youth, Nashville Community Center, sponsored by Nashville Assembly of God, 7 to 8 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, use ER doors, 7 p.m. Thursday, May 3 Farmer’s Market, Around The Courthouse, 7-11 a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville,…

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How Old Is That Daffodil?

Daffodils dating back to 1620. The upper is call ‘Van Sion’ and the lower is ‘Butter and Eggs’ Master Gardener – April 25, 2016 By Julie Karmeier Master Gardener Being the newest Washington County Master Gardner, I was happy to contribute to the Scoop articles that the current Master Gardeners have been writing for 15+…

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It Happened Here

It Happened Here – April 25, 2018 Eighty Years Ago (1938) Dr. Charles Longwell moved his offices from the Beckmeyer property on East Main Street to rooms adjoining Dr. S.S. Pero’s dental offices in the Meyer’s Building on East Main Street in Nashville. Charles Huegely, who had been employed for six years by the First…

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Let’s Take A Look At The Tape…

Classic Photo – April 25, 2018 This week’s Classic Photo has a lot of faces, a pretty old video camera, and a few pieces of information. First, the bottom of the photo says “Basketball Camp” and the back says Schnare Studio, Nashville. That’s all we’ve got though. So we hope the faces help someone out…

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Survivors’ Lap – You Should All Come Out

Relay For Life 2018 – April 25, 2018 There are many components to a successful Relay for Life: motivated teams, committees, entertainment, restaurants, churches, businesses, police and park boards just to name a few. While there are lots of hands working extra hard to pull off this year’s Relay, one unknown variable is survivors. We…

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“Non-Traditional Mandala” By Willow Simmons

“Non-Traditional Mandala” By Willow Simmons NCHS Student Gallery – April 25, 2018 This week’s art for the NCHS student gallery is “Non-Traditional Mandala”, created by NCHS Senior and Art II Student Willow Simmons. The piece is a 12×12 inch graphite and marker drawing. Students studied artist associated with the Abstract Art movement. The Abstract art…

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Community Calendar – April 25, 2018

ACTIVITIES Wednesday, April 25 Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Washington County Hospital, education and wellness center, use ER doors, 7 p.m. Recycling truck, behind Farm Bureau, 7:30 a.m. – noon. Thursday, April 26 Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28 8th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition, Fox Theatre, 8 p.m.…

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