Clarksville, TN – Local vocalist and musician Lydia Walker will present a two-hour performance of Christmas carols and secular music at Freedom Deli on December 22nd from 11:00am to 1:00pm.
“The performance is our Christmas gift to our customers,” said deli owner John Matagrano. This will be Walker’s second performance at that location.
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Clarksville, TN – Popular local singer/musician Lydia Walker will play Freedom Deli tonight from 7:00pm-9:00pm. Walker’s playlist of contemporary folk music includes “Shades of Gray” and “When I Dance.”
Walker hails from Cunningham, TN, and has been writing and performing her own songs, accompanied by her acoustic guitar, since the age of 12. She has performed at coffee shops, colleges, churches, and festivals and has just released her 7th independent album, “Beloved”, co-written and produced with Nashville hit songwriter Curt Ryle. Her goal is to inspire people with a message of hope.
Freedom Deli is located at 2088 Lowe’s Drive off Wilma Rudolph Boulevard in Clarksville.
The Clarksville office of the Legal Aid Society announced they have partnered with the lawfirm of Runyan and Runyan, the Hilldale Kiwanis Club and the Tennessee Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division to offer a free legal clinic for domestic violence victims to be held from 10 am to noon, April 4 at the Sarah Mann Building, 217 Third St. in Clarksville. «Read the rest of this article»
With the revised Clarksville City Charter heading to the state legislature for approval, Clarksville City Judge Charles Smith spoke out about what he views as “one-sided” analysis of proposed charter revisions by the City Council and the appearance that, in his view, “no meaningful change will occur” from the revisions as written.
In a letter submitted to Senator Tim Barnes and and Representatives Joe Pitts, Phillip Johnson and Curtis Johnson regarding action on the proposed charter revisions, Judge Smith voiced appreciation for their input and concerns regarding the city charter but suggested that their input would not be reflected in charter revisions. «Read the rest of this article»
Natalie A. Vullo and her two children, Diamin Lynette Shanklin and Paul Zacharius Vullo-Nelloms were remembered and honored recently with a memorial service and balloon release at Delivrance Outreach Temple.
Linda Shelton (center, in purple), holds tightly to her mother's hand as they stand surrounded by friends, watching the balloon release in memory of her daughter and grandchildren
In keeping with Christianity period of mourning, Lent, and in memory of lost loved ones, clusters of deep purple balloons were assembled for the ceremony. Included in the display were several colorful Disney balloons including Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, and a number of happy birthday balloons, since young Diamin’s birthday would have been celebrated March 17, just weeks after her death. «Read the rest of this article»
The River District Commission will meet on march 25 at the Mayor’s Conference room in City Hall at 4 p.m. to hear the following agenda:
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. ANNOUNCE MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE (VERIFY QUORUM)
III. ADOPTION OF MINUTES: January 28th, February 4th, February 25th «Read the rest of this article»
"One" from "A Chorus Line"
NEHS Exit One, Concert and SSA Women’s Choir chosen to open for The Haywood Family Show in Branson, Missouri.
After two months of intensive rehearsals in both voice and choreography, to say nothing of the memorization involved, Broadway came to Clarksville Thursday evening as the Northeast High School Choral Department presented its Spring Show 2009 in the NEHS auditorium.
The show will also be presented Tonight at 7 p.m. and on Sunday, March 22, at 3 p.m. Admission is $5 per adult, $3 per student.
It’s a show that has something extra this year when the Exit One Show Choir, the Concert Choir and the SSA Women’s Choir travel to Branson, Missouri in April to perform as the opening act for the Haywood Family Show, with a selection of routines from the current show to be performed and taped “on tour.” «Read the rest of this article»
Austin Peay State University today celebrated the grand opening of the new Austin Peay Center @ Fort Campbell facility with a brief ceremony.
A crowd of state and local dignitaries, members of the Fort Campbell, Ky., command group and APSU officials were on hand for the event. Dr. Sherry Hoppe, former APSU president, and Dr. Gerald Beavers, former executive director of the Fort Campbell Center, were among those attending. Both were involved in the initial planning stage of the building project. «Read the rest of this article»
Beth Britton with her daughter, "Elle-girl"
Beth Britton, a columnist for Clarksville Online, has been asked to write a weekly column for the new site, Christian HomeKeeper Network.
“This website is a great place for women to go and be encouraged and to get to know other women with similar interests. I am excited to be joining with the other excellent writers in contributing to this site.”
– Beth Britton
In additions to her periodic essay on our site, you can read Beth’s weekly postings at my personal on site blog http://christianhomekeeper.org/ravens-nest/ «Read the rest of this article»
“Suicide is not chosen; it happens when pain exceeds resources for coping with pain.”
Suicide. Self-inflicted death. The pain that drives an individual to commit suicide is mirrored by the pain experienced by those left behind to mourn.
In the past year, suicide has touched a number of families and individuals in our community. Two newly married men. A high school boy. A college student. A friend. We react with shock that spirals into grief punctuated by a simple question: Why? And “was there something we could have done? Or noticed?” «Read the rest of this article»