Welcome to finally Friday! Here is a roundup of the good news spotted this week:
The Blue Room is in the lead (by nearly 1,000 votes as of Friday evening) in Bi-State Entertainment’s Best Dive Alive poll for December. If you haven’t voted, click on the post here to be directed to the Facebook post.
Lee’s Variety donated $4,015 to the USO at Lambert International Airport from its Veterans Day sale held on Nov. 11. According to the USO’s website, the James S. McDonnell USO, located on the lower level of Terminal 1 at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport across from baggage carousel M6, never closes. The doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is one of the largest airport service centers in the world, and the USO Missouri’s Terminal 1 facility is also a meeting point for up to 1,000 new recruits each week on their way to Ft. Leonard Wood for basic training. A full spectrum of services are available to all military personnel and their dependents absolutely free of charge.
Student Council hosted its annual scavenger hunt on Monday looking for food, and NCHS students did not disappoint in their collection. Seven teams searched Nashville for non-perishable items to be donated to the food pantry at Grace United Methodist Church. There were 1,440 items collected. Great job, NCHS!
The Nashville Hornets are playing at home Saturday against the St. Teresa Bulldogs in the Class 2A state tournament. The winner goes on to the championship game at Northern Illinois University in Dekalb. Get tickets to the game by clicking here.
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