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Heart Healthy Cooking Schools announces fall class schedule

 
Saint Thomas Heart announces a new season of free heart-healthy cooking schools

NASHVILLE, TN: Saint Thomas Heart has announced the Fall/Early Winter 2008 schedule for the Heart Healthy Cooking School, a series of free cooking demonstrations and tastings.

Registered Dietician Kitty Fawaz, L.D.N., and Executive Chef Julian Osmond will lead the classes, held at Saint Thomas Hospital, Baptist Hospital and various Middle Tennessee locations. This year’s classes will feature Saint

Thomas Heart cardiologists discussing the importance of healthy eating in improving overall cardiac health.

“Our schools are designed to help people make healthy choices while cooking. We believe a proper diet will not only make you feel better, but help you live longer,” said Fawaz. «Read the rest of this article»


Legion Street, new “Strawberry Alley” to reopen in formal ceremony

 

The City of Clarksville will host a grand-reopening of Legion Street and the new ‘Strawberry Alley’ on August 29th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The street will formally re-open less one of its new attractions: a unique $102,734 fountain. Lest you think the addition of the fountain has been discarded, think again: the custom made fountain will be installed in November.

Legion Street at night

This photo of the new "Strawberry Alley" only hints at the true glaring brightness of the new lightning on this reconstructed downtown street.

The $1.2 million price tag in the contract for the Legion Street/Strawberry Alley work included $75,000 for a fountain, $27,000 short of this one-of-a-kind fountain’s actual cost. The difference in the fountain cost plus installation expenses will be made up from a $250,000 “contigency line item” in the contract with Roy T. Goodwin. The original designated maximum price allocated for the fountain has fallen by the wayside. «Read the rest of this article»


Clarksville Fox schedules try-outs

 

The Fox invites female athletes that will be 18 years old by April 1, 2009, or older to sign-up and tryout for the Clarksville Fox 2009 Women’s Full Contact Football Team and become part of one of the best known and highly respected teams in the nation.

The Fox in two years have become a Championship organization and hope to build on that success with the recruitment of new team members.

Rob “Pops” Brown, owner/general manager for the The Clarksville Fox Women’s Semi-Pro Football Team said:

“As you already know, the Fox finished up their season as the IWFL Tier Two Division Champions and the youngest women’s full contact football team to play for the national Championship in any of the top leagues in women’s football. We are very excited about that accomplishment and want to take the next step in 2009 and WIN the 2009 IWFL National Championship. In order to do this, the Fox is starting now with off-season conditioning and taking sign-ups for the team’s tryout for the 2009 season.” «Read the rest of this article»




Don’t be fooled by “troop withdrawal” agreement; we are still in for the long haul

 

The Bush/Cheney team on the move(scene from I.O.U.S.A.)

Across the country today corporate media headlines screamed the news that “an agreement has been reached” that would pull troops out of Iraq’s major cities ten months from now, in June, 2009. Read the fine print. Scrutinize between the lines. If you think all our troops are destined to come home, think again.

Yes, the United States and Iraq have “tentatively” reached an agreement that would see American troops vacated Iraq’s major cities, but that leaves a lot of ground out of the pact. That’s when the terms “broader withdrawal” and the words “tentative” and “but” come into play.

Iraqi leaders have yet to put a final stamp of approval on the deal, and as for that 2011 withdrawal date, it’s “contigent” on the implementation of additional security and on the “political progress” achieved in Iraq. So, folks, don’t hold your breath. The door is still ajar and our soldiers will still be rotating in and out of Iraq. «Read the rest of this article»


Concert to benefit “Walk Now For Autism”

 
A “Rock for Autism” benefit concert will be held Saturday, August 23, at The Warehouse, 20 McClure Street, in downtown Clarksville. The Clarksvegas’ Inaugural Autism Awareness Benefit begins at 8 p.m. and features music by Hometown, The Anythings, The Southern Smoke Band, and Lloyd Nicely. For more einformation on this event, contact http://www.walknowforautism.org


Dems to host Convention Watch party

 

The Montgomery County Democratic party will host a “Democratic Convention Watch Party” on Thursday, August 28 at MCDP headquarters, 534 Madison Street (on the corner of University and Madison street) at 7 p.m.

The public is invited to join the MCDP and Clarksville for Obama in watching Senator Barack Obama accept the nomination as the Democratic candidate for the position of President of the United States of America. This year’s convention is a piece of American history in the making.

The Democratic Party office is now open from 2-5 in the afternoon, and will “hit the ground running” with full time hours as the convention ends, according to MCDP Chairman Gene Lewis.

Plan to watch the convention, and enjoy political discussions, at this celebration. Refreshments will be served. The Democratic Headquarters is handicapped accessible. For additional information please call (931) 378-1999. RSVP at http://my.barackobama.com


Gospel Music aims to lift up CAMTAN

 

Local health disparity prevention, education and assistance outreach seeks community support. Musical performances offer spiritual inspiration and financial opportunity to combat health disparities, including the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

Saturday, August 23 will see the Summer Health Disparity Gospel Benefit Musical for CAMTAN, at 7 PM. CAMTAN, the Clarksville Area Ministerial Technical Assistance Network, was founded to combat the HIV/AIDS pandemic in a seven county area. It has expanded to include additional health disparities that negatively impact health among lower socio-economic groups. It is a non-government funded, faith-based, non-profit organization seeking to positively impact our community’s most vulnerable residents. All of its outreach is paid for with private pledges and donations and some grants funding. «Read the rest of this article»




Water Garden Society schedules tour

 

Waterlily

The Montgomery County Water Garden Society will hosts its annual Watergarden Tour Sarturday, August 23, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is a self-guided tour of seven watergardens in the Montgomery County Area. The tours is priced at $10 per person, with children under 13 admitted free. Tickets are available on the day of the tour, and will be sold from the parking lot of Dave’s Small Engines at 2480 41-A Bypass in Clarksville.

The gardens showcased on this tour include:

  • Room With a View, Bill and Dianne Toombs. Most people would love to have the view that the watery inhabitants of this pond enjoy. Stunning scenery and one very large stone waterfall are the stars of the show in this picture perfect country setting.
  • Not One But Four, Tim and Pam Cash. A beautiful lily pond greets you as you drive up to this lovely home. But don’t stop there, three ponds in the backyard are home to large koi and tropical plants. Waterfalls lend a peaceful sound to this spectacular setting. «Read the rest of this article»


Local Dems celebrate grand opening of Election 2008 headquarters

 

Montgomery County Democrats celebrate opening of Election 2008 Campaign Headquarters with ribbon cutting and festive atmosphere! Local party officials and representatives turn out for jubilant event!

MCDP Hqtrs ribbon cutting

Senator Rosalind Kurita, flanked by MCDP Chairman Gene Lewis (right) and Rep. Joe Pitts (left) cut the ribbon to officially open MCDP Election headquarters

With the handicap access ramp’s paint scent still fresh in the air, Tuesday evening saw the Montgomery County Democratic Party, (MCDP), host a jubilant election headquarters grand opening. Party officials, elected representatives and ‘names to remember’ were on hand to mark the event. The ribbon cutting at 534 Madison Street was marked with congratulatory thanks to all the supporters who came out to the event. The office will be open from 2-5 p.m. until the Democratic Convention is over; after the convention, it will be open full time. «Read the rest of this article»


The Delta Queen: An endangered piece of our American history

 

A piece of American history is endangered.

The Delta Queen sailed into Clarksville Monday on what may be one its last journeys down the Cumberland, and all the other rivers she’s traveled.

The Delta Queen steams into Clarksville

The Delta Queen steams into Clarksville

The Delta Queen is a grand lady and a legacy from our collective history. She is only remaining all-wood paddle-wheeled craft still sailing American waters with a complement of passengers scattered about, some opting to sit on the comfortable white rocking chairs on its decks. The Delta Queen looked and sounded like something in a classic Mark Twain novel. «Read the rest of this article»




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