Golden Pond, KY - Camping and lake access opportunities are returning to Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area as flood waters recede. Lake levels for Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake are currently at 362.3 feet and dropping.
The majority of campsites are open at Energy Lake Campground; all sites will open by May 20th. Hillman Ferry Campground and Piney Campground expect to open most walk-in sites and reservation sites on May 20th. Each seasonal camper at Hillman Ferry and Piney will be contacted individually as their site becomes available. Areas C, D, and E at Wranglers Campground are open for reservations. There are a very limited amount of walk-in sites available (call campground for availability, 270-924-2200). Wranglers Riding Stables is open, as well as a significant portion of horseback riding trails. Day-use riding is currently available. Visitors can make camping reservations by visiting www.lbl.org or calling 800-525-7077. «Read the rest of this article»
Salt Lake City, UT – The Nashville Sounds lost to the Salt Lake Bees, 8-4, on Sunday afternoon at Spring Mobile Ballpark in the finale of a four-game set.
After Nashville took an early 4-1 lead in the bottom of the second inning, Salt Lake scored seven unanswered, including five in the bottom of the seventh inning to avoid a four-game series sweep.
The loss halted a season-best four-game winning streak by the Sounds (17-25), who posted their first winning series on the road this season by taking the first three games of the series.
Clarksville, TN – On Tuesday, May 17th the LEAP Organization along with the Convenient Shopper Magazine hosted a Skate Night at Magic Wheels. While the tournament was not great, the hearts of those who came out were. The community donations, two LEAP Interns were able to have their $300.00 registration fee sponsored so that they could participate in the trip to Washington DC. «Read the rest of this article»
Oak Grove, KY – Members of the Some Gave All organization, sponsored by the Kentucky Association of Mortgage Professionals, held a Motorcycle charity event to benefit the Fisher House Foundation which helps wounded soldiers and their families. Riders came from all over Kentucky to donate $18,600 to the Fort Campbell Fisher House Saturday May 21st at the War Memorial Walking Trail in Oak Grove, KY.
Members of Some Gave All raised money throughout the year and originally wrote the check for $17,000 but raised another $1,600 over the last week, bringing the total to $18,600.
As the weather starts to heat up, the Friends of Dunbar Cave (FODC) would like to remind your family of an upcoming, FREE event designed to keep your family cool. FODC has scheduled their annual Cooling at the Cave event for Saturday, July 30th, 3:00-5:00PM.
Folks have always come to Dunbar Cave in the dog days of summer to enjoy its 56 degree year round temperature. FODC continue this tradition with their annual Cooling at the Cave event. Sitting outside the mouth of the cave, your family can enjoy the cool breeze while playing board games, sipping on some iced lemonade and listening to a band play. The FODC provides the musical entertainment (TBA) and will have refreshments available for a modest donation. Bring some board games, lawn chairs, a good attitude and enjoy Mother Nature air conditioner!
Clarksville, TN – Will extra toes guarantee forever homes for members of this rescued kitty family? We hope so! The extra toe is a spontaneous genetic mutation called polydactylism. Ernest Hemingway, renowned American novelist, was known for keeping polydactyl cats at his home in Key West, Florida. Even today, ancestors of his pets stroll through the grounds of his home, now a tourist attraction. There is a foundation that cares for the cats and manages their numbers through selective spaying and neutering to ensure the continuity of this colony.
Market Commentary by Scott J. Brown, Ph.D., Chief Economist
The week began with concerns on the international front. International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing Director, and potential French presidential candidate, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was arrested over the weekend on charges of sexual battery and resigned a few days later. The change in leaderships at the IMF (and potential struggle to select a new #1) adds to the uncertainty about Europe’s debt crisis and the news added to the recent volatility in the financial markets. The minutes of the April 26-27 FOMC meeting had a slightly hawkish tilt. The minutes showed that “a majority of participants now judged the inflation risks as weighted to the upside” and “a few members viewed the increase in inflation risks as suggesting that economic conditions might well evolve in a way that would warrant the Committee taking steps toward less-accommodative policy sooner than currently anticipated.” Note that the presidents of all 12 Fed district banks participate at the FOMC meetings, but only five are members of the FOMC and have a vote on monetary policy. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville –Montgomery County Chapter of the American Red Cross terminates its partnership with the United Way
Clarksville–Montgomery County Chapter – American Red Cross
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville–Montgomery County Chapter of the American Red Cross terminated its partnership with the United Way of the Greater Clarksville Regions effective May 20th, 2011. The local Red Cross Board of Directors decision has initiated independent fund raising efforts to finance disaster relief, blood services, military outreach, health and safety, and many others.
Clarksville, TN – The Journey Tribute band Chain Reaction opened up the first Jammin’ in the Alley concert of the year on Friday night. The free concerts are held by the City of Clarksville’s Department of Parks and Recreation every third Friday from May to October at Strawberry Alley located in Historic Downtown Clarksville.
The weather for the concert was to put it mildly, absolutely perfect. I love early summer weather when it’s not too hot, or too cold. Perhaps that is one of the reasons that this Jammin’ in the Alley concert had the biggest attendance I have seen. It was wall to wall people with many dancing in front of the stage. The classic Journey songs were well known and people in the audience would sing right along with the band.
Clarksville, TN – The weekly Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Report provides Clarksvillians with a glimpse at the activities and events that are available from the Parks and Recreation Department for them to enjoy together as a family.
This weeks highlights include:
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