Feel Good Friday: Feb. 18

Happy Friday!

The Nashville FFA will celebrate National FFA Week next week, which will be filled with special dress up days and classroom and lunch activities.

Tuesday is Camp Day, Wednesday is Western Day, Thursday is FFA Day and Friday Ag Brand Day. On Friday, before school, students will be allowed to drive their tractors to school.

There will also be several opportunities to show the organization support. All through February Nashville Fast Stop will be donating 5 cents from every gallon of fuel purchased will be donated to the Nashville and Okawville FFA chapters.

Last week, Nashville FFA honored several students who performed well at Section 21.

Nine students were recommended for the State FFA degree.

The Section 21 Proficiency winners were Kris May (Agricultural Communications); Edson Bartling (Ag Mechanics Repar & Maintenance); Gracen Hoffman (Dairy Production Entrepreneurship); Jada Winka (Diversified Agricultural Production); Chandler Witte (Diversified Crop Production Placement); Hanna Niedbalksi (Diversified Livestock Production); Eric Wisely (Equine Science Entrepreneurship); Brandon Wisely (Forage Production); Dallas Burr (Forest Management & Production)’ Bradley Bowers (Grain Production); Garrett Williamson (Poultry Production); Calista Herrmann (Specialty Crop Production); Kaiden Boester (Swine Production Placement); Brooklyne Lussenheide (Turf Grass Management); Collin Rolf (Vegetable Production); and Ann Marie Zoeckler (Wildlife Production and Management).

Calista Herrmann was named Section 21 Star Farmer and Chandler Witte was recognized as the Section 21 Star in Ag Placement.

Talan Robinson was named Section 21 Star Greenhand in Ag Placement and Joel Bergmann for being the runner-up for Section 21 Star Greenhand Farmer


Nashville Chiropractic recently announced that the business had reached its goal to benefit the Washington County Vocational Workshop.

“We were able to present the CILA House 🏠 with a $5,000 check for their remodel through our give back movement!” the business said in a post.


A couple of NCHS students scholar bowl players were recently recognized for their achievements.

Zach Kasten earned All-Conference at the River-to-River Conference Meet, tying for third most toss ups in the Mississippi Division.

Griffin Bochantin earned All-Conference at the River-to-River Conference Meet! He answered the most tossups (24) out of all students in both the Mississippi and Ohio Divisions

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