Milestones

Hofbraufest Drawing Proceeds Donation To Trinity Lutheran School

Left to right: Patricia Rensing, Steve Rensing, Pastor Nate Wollenberg, Dustin Unverfehrt, Mike Stock, Ron Holle. Absent from picture: Carl Herrmann and Jim Muenter. Hoyleton – July 25, 2018 By Patricia Rensing rensing1@hotmail.com The Hoyleton Community Club presented a check for Trinity Lutheran School from the raffle proceeds of the 50th Annual Hoyleton Hofbraufest. Most…

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Moeller Installed As Nashville Lions Club President

ABOVE, Past Nashville Lions President Doug Holzhauer passed the gavel to Lion Gary Moeller, newly elected president for 2018-19. Lion Moeller becomes the 80th president of the Nashville club. There has never been a repeat chair throughout the history of this club. Lion Holzhauer is holding a plaque commemorating his term as president. Other officers…

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Chamber Donates To Community Center

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce, represented here by President Tom Speedie, RIGHT, presented a donation of $709 to the Community Center of Nashville, represented by Jennifer Szopinski, LEFT. The donation came from the annual Chamber Golf Scramble and included money from the 50/50 drawing, the skins game, the mulligans, and donations from those who participated…

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Education Department Projects Show At County Fair

The Education Department Ribbon Winners have been announced by the Washington County Fair. The projects are on display nightly at the Washington County Exhibition Building from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Students can pick up their projects and/or prize money on Friday, July 13 between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. As an added prize this…

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Fahl Named “Best And Brightest” Executive MBA

Lisa M Rosenthal Fahl of University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School has been chosen by Poets and Quants for Executives as one of the 100 Best and Brightest Executive MBAs: Class of 2018. The one hundred are chosen from the top MBA schools, example; MIT (Sloan), University of Oxford (Said), Yale (SOM), Washington University…

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“Zink The Zebra” Of Rainbow Ranch Dies From Lightning Strike

By Alex Haglund Rainbow Ranch suffered a heartbreaking loss on Thursday, June 21, when Zink the Zebra, a standard donkey that was renamed after a spotted in Zebra in a book, died after being struck by lightning. The donkey that would one day become Zink, “came to us about 15 years ago as ‘Penny the…

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St. Ann Holds Parish Picnic Saturday

There was plenty of fun to be had at the St. Ann Parish Picnic, held the afternoon and evening of Saturday, June 30. BELOW, Meredith Anderson and Olivia Kujawa attend to the petting zoo. ABOVE, Riley Hund gets a “unicorn” ride, guided by Mary Kozuszek.

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Schnitkers Celebrate 60th Anniversary

On June 15, 1968 Richard Schnitker of Hoyleton, Illinois and Betty Weber of Holyoke, Colo., were united in marriage at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Amherst, Colo. They are the parents of two sons Mike Schnitker of New York City and Terry Schnitker of Augusta, Kan. They also have two granddaughters, Makenzi and Maria Schnitker…

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