Your Nashville Chamber of Commerce wants to wish you a “Happy Thanksgiving” and hopefully a day of rest from a normal work day. Take a moment to think what we have been given for living in this great country, and then try to give back something to someone in need. We do indeed have a lot for which to be “Thankful”.
THANKSGIVING MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR:
Thanksgiving has been observed as a day to come together with family, friends, and the community to give thanks for the many blessings of life. I wish everyone and their families a happy and safe Thanksgiving.
God Bless you and your families on Thanksgiving and God Bless America.
Terry Mounts, Mayor
The Sears Hometown Store in Nashville is now under new ownership. Charles and Joyce Pinkston are the new owners as of Sunday. They are the first local owners of the store. Joyce previously owned the Sears catalog store on Main Street in the mid 1980s until the early 90's. She says she has always liked Sears products and how they take care of customers. The Pinkstons are working to build the store up and will strive to give excellent service to the community. They invite people to stop by and visit with them and see the changes being made.
State and Regional State Parks officials joined the staff of Historic Washington State Park Friday to celebrate the park being named "Region IV State Park of the Year" for the 3rd year in a row. Special guests included state representative Brent Talley and Washington Mayor Paul Henley. Photo by the Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce.