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Farm City week celebrates farmers
Farm City week celebrates farmers

Farmers were celebrated and given thanks at Nash County Cooperative Extension's virtual Farm City event.
The Farm City event usually consists of a breakfast, guest speaker, and awards given to local farmers and agricultural businesses but due to COVID, was held virtually minus the breakfast session. The event is a part of National Farm City Week, which is acknowledged annually directly prior to Thanksgiving.

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Chamber kicks off shop local campaign

Nashville's Chamber of Commerce has launched its holiday campaigns encouraging shoppers to keep their dollars local.
Shop Small Saturday was celebrated last week with local merchants hosting special sales and giveaways. The chamber sponsored the event and offered drawings at every participating location for two $100 shopping sprees.

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Nash Arts holiday tradition makes a comeback
Matthew Radford (left) portrays the Ghost of Christmas Past in "A Christmas Carol" at Nash Arts. Pictured right is Jeff Dodson as Ebenezer Scrooge.
Nash Arts holiday tradition makes a comeback

The Nash Arts Center will host its 20th annual production of "A Christmas Carol" this weekend.
It is a Nash Arts Center tradition to put on the play every year. This year's production stays true to its classic Victorian London version.
Director of the play Chloe Chappell said in previous years, Nash Art Center showcased "A Christmas Carol" as a musical and even a western, but she wanted to keep all elements close to the style portrayed in the book by renowned author Charles Dickens.

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Nash issues concern of new Omicron variant

Nash County Health Department Director Bill Hill said COVID cases in the county are just about the same as they were the preceding week.
He said over the past week there has been 77 new cases which brings the county to 15,432 confirmed cases.
As of Tuesday, he said eight people were hospitalized and none of those eight had been vaccinated.

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Coopers Ruritan Club honors volunteers
Jane Tyson congratulates Kenny Baker who was named Volunteer of the Year of Coopers Ruritan Club during its annual appreciation banquet recently.
Coopers Ruritan Club honors volunteers

The Coopers Ruritan Club recognized volunteers at the annual appreciation banquet last Thursday evening.
Several awards were given to those who go above and beyond to support the club's mission.
For the second year in a row, the Ruritan of the Year Award was presented to Mike Glover.
President Danny Tyson and Treasurer Jane Tyson presented the award to Glover.

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