St. Ann Catholic School and Church on Charlotte Ave. in Nashville unveiled a historical plaque erected in front of their property, signifying that the site is 100 years old, as verified by the Nashville Historical Society.
Principal Anna Rumfola, Father Michael Fye, and a group of 8th-grade students led the ceremony to unveil the plaque in front of students, teachers, staff, and alumni. Councilwoman Kathleen Murphy, a native of West Nashville whose father attended St. Ann, was also in attendance. She addressed the crowd and then spoke to different classes. Students were treated to pizza for lunch and then dessert from an ice cream truck.