Feel Good Friday: Sept. 10, 2021

The Nashville Middle School presented Kim Wells with a $4,600 check after the Strike Out Cancer game.

After a stellar start in the preseason, NCHS alum Royce Newman is set to make his NFL starting debut on Sunday in the season opener when the Green Bay Packers take on the New Orleans Saints.

The NCHS bass fishers took first place in the Mt. Vernon High Bass Invitational.

The NCHS Jazz opened for educator and motivational speaker Gerry Brooks at the Castle Ridge restaurant in Centralia during the Regional Office of Education #13’s event. It marked the first bus field trip since October 2019. The Marching Band season opens tonight during the first home football game of the year.

The Nashville Hornettes volleyball remained the No. 1 ranked team this week. Hornettes beat another top team, the Centralia Annies, on Thursday night. The girls (9-1) are back in action on Saturday against Benton.

A portion of North Maple Street in Centralia will be named after former US Senator and state comptroller Rolland Burris. A ceremony will be held at the intersection of Rexford and North Maple on Saturday.

Feel Good is a new weekly column rounding up the best news of the week in Washington County and surrounding areas. Submit your ideas for the column by emailing the editorial staff at thestandard618@gmail.com

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