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APSU Culinary Students showcase talent at Chocolate Affair

 

Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN – Students in the culinary degree program at the Austin Peay Center at Fort Campbell teamed up with the Fort Campbell culinary team for the recent Chocolate Affair community event organized by the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department.

Together, both programs won the “Best Creative Use of Chocolate” Award at the event, which was sponsored by the City of Clarksville and held Saturday, February 9th at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center.

APSU Culinary Students at their booth at the Chocolate Affair community event.

APSU Culinary Students at their booth at the Chocolate Affair community event.

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A Chocolate Affair was a smashing success

 

Event gave Clarksvillian’s a sneak peak of what is available for  Valentine’s Day

Chocolate AffairClarksville, TN – Whiskey Fudge, Brownies covered in Chocolate Chips, Chocolate Cherry Coke Float Cake, Banana Cake drizzled with Chocolate Ganache, Chocolate Donuts, and Double Dutch Chocolate Marshmallows were just some of the unique treats enjoyed by the sell out crowd that attended A Chocolate Affair at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center on Saturday night.

Chocolate lovers were able to enjoy a large selection of sweet and savory treats while listening to music provided by the Cumberland Winds Woodwind Quintent, a Solo Harpist, and a Jazz Combo.

A Chocolate Affair was held Saturday night, February 9th.

A Chocolate Affair was held Saturday night, February 9th.

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The Wags to Witches Fur Ball Bash had another howlingly successful year

 

Clarksville, TNWags to Witches Fur Ball BashThe Clarksville-Montgomery County Humane Society transformed the Riverview Inn Ballroom on October 20th into a ghoulish place, but one with an important purpose. It was to serve as the site of the 6th Annual Wags to Witches Fur Ball Bash. The fund raising event drew 150 people many of them in costume to help raise money to help fund the operations of the local chapter of the Humane Society for another year.

Nearly $13,000 was raised. $3,616 of that was through the Mr & Miss Wags to Witches Pet Photo Contest, and another $4,000 through the live and silent auctions. six local companies sponsored tables for their employees and guests. “This event could not happen without the support of local businesses and individuals who donate items for our auctions, as well others who donating their services to help support the event such as advertising, linens, photography, and the free beer.” said Humane Society President Stacey Hopwood.

Some of the great costumes at the 2012 Wags to Witches Fur Ball Bash

Some of the great costumes at the 2012 Wags to Witches Fur Ball Bash

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