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Clarksville area YMCA names Melanie Hadley volunteer of the year

 

Hadley honored at  the YMCA of Middle Tennessee’s  annual celebration on April 30

ymcaThe Clarksville Area YMCA Kimbrough Family Center honored Melanie Hadley with its Volunteer of the Year Award on April 30 as part of the YMCA of Middle Tennessee’s Annual Celebration.

“Among many extraordinary things, Melanie used her creative talents to transform the YMCA 2008 Dinner into one of Clarksville’s premier events, raising funds for our youth programs. She exemplifies our core vales of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility,” said YMCA District Executive Director John Schlansker. «Read the rest of this article»

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The Tennnessee House GOP Review

 

The House GOP Review is a weekly feature that gives Tennesseans an in-depth look at what our Republican state legislators have been working on this week, and a glimpse into what’s planned for the coming week at our state house. This week’s highlights:

  • Charter Schools
  • SJR 127 (Abortion)
  • Gun rights
  • State Sovereignty

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The Tennessee House Democrat Weekly Review

 

The House Democrat Review is a weekly feature that gives Tennesseans an in-depth look at what our Democratic state legislators have been working on this week, and a glimpse into what’s planned for the coming week at our state house. This week:

  • Stiffer Penalities for child endangerment
  • Crooks with guns

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APSU hosting e-waste collection day for Clarksville community

 

Austin Peay State University LogoAustin Peay State University’s Greener Campus Committee is hosting a community-wide “e-Waste Collection Day” on campus Thursday, May 14.

From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Clarksville area residents are encouraged to bring electronic waste, such as televisions, computers and cell phones, to a disposal site set up in the parking lot between Burt School and the Music/Mass Communication Building on the APSU campus.

Electronic waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams overfilling landfills across the country, but these items often contain highly recyclable materials. More than 130 million mobile phones alone were discarded in 2005. The National Safety Council projects that nearly 250 million computers will become obsolete in the next five years, amounting to an estimated 3.2 million tons of e-waste. «Read the rest of this article»

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