Topic: Cydney Miller
Clarksville, TN – Montgomery County Relay for Life held the kickoff for the 2013 Relay for Life yesterday at the Hilldale Baptist Family Life Center Soccer Field. Hundreds of Cancer Survivors along with community members gathered to raise funds to help the American Cancer Society seek a cure for cancer.
Relay for life is the world’s largest grassroots fundraising movement, and truly shows that one person, one idea can make a huge difference.
Clarksville, TN – On May 7th, more than 150 cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers, supporters and friends gathered at the Hilldale Baptist Church Family Life Center at the Relay For Life 2nd Annual Survivors Dinner.
Introduced and organized by Bill and Joan Farmer, this year’s dinner was the best attendance (at the Survivor lunch and luncheon events) to date.
Clarksville, TN – On April 13th, in the midst of more than 200 runners, walkers and community supporters members of the Relay For Life Leadership joined the Breast Cancer 5k effort at Austin Peay State University.
Leadership Team members Karen Davis, Brittnye Farley, Paul Farley and Cydney Miller volunteered to assist with guiding and encouraging the runners and walkers on the 5k route.
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University‘s Music/Mass Communication Building played host to Altrusa’s Dancing with the Stars Saturday evening. The evening was emceed by former Miss Tennessee, Cydney Miller.
Dancing for the evening was Joe Sweeten & Pro Lisa Burghart; Juanita Charles & Pro Christopher Wayne; Darwin Eldridge & Pro Juanita Simanekova; Sissy Ranken & Pro Dennis Woods; Ken Daniel & Pro Jennifer Kirksmith; and Mary Cooper & Pro Jonathan Bungard.
Clarksville, TN – Republican Tennessee State Senate Candidate Mark Green announced today that Jim Durrett and Cydney Miller will serve as his Montgomery County Campaign Chairmen.
“Jim and Cydney are true leaders in our community and I’m humbled to have them join the campaign,” said Green.
Jim Durrett currently serves as Vice President of Business Development for First Advantage Bank. Prior to working at First Advantage Bank, Durrett worked for the City of Clarksville for thirty-one years as Director of Streets, General Manager of Gas & Water, and City of Clarksville Chief of Staff.
Clarksville, TN- On Saturday evening Austin Peay State University‘s Music/Mass Communication Building played host to Altrusa’s fourth annual Dancing with the Stars competition. The evening was emceed by Cydney Miller and Rick Marino. The contest was judged by Britney Campbell, Danny Baye, and Conrad Eddington along with the assistance of random audience members who voted for their favorites from each round of dancing. The scores were tallied by Henry Martin from Stone, Rudolph, and Martin CPAs.
Dancing for the evening were Scott Jensen and Pro Jennifer Kirksmith; Felicia Long and Pro Danny Pugh; Cassandra Osborne and Pro Christopher Wayne; Jameson Giffis and Pro Anne-Marie Fournier; and Kayla Goad LeVan dancing with Pro Matt Stewart. Local business woman Kay Sites was also scheduled to perform with Pro Jonathan Bungard, but had to withdraw due to an injury.«Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – When Bruce Jobe retired last month as the Chief Human Resources Officer, Schools Director Mike Harris named former HR Director Jeanine Chester as the new Chief and promoted former Assistant HR Director Cydney Miller to take over Mrs. Chester’s position. That left the group with the opportunity to reconfigure the open position into a staff member who would be dedicated to the hiring of quality teachers and school administrators.
Phyllis Casebolt, who has served as principal at Clarksville High for the past three years, will begin her duties this month as Director of Educator Quality.
Clarksville, TN – The second annual 8th Grade “Your Choice, Your Future” Career Exploration Day was held on Friday, November 18th at the Memorial Health Building (the Red Barn) on Austin Peay State University. 2200 Kids from 7 area middle schools took part in the event which gave them access to potential employers and educational programs.
According to Brenda Scarborough, a Career Tech Counselor for the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System; “You hear kids all the time asking why they have to take this class, or that class.” then she gave an example, “If they are interested in working in a field, they can come and ask someone in that profession what they did in high school to better understand why they need to take the English, Math, and the Sciences; and it gives them a connection to their future careers. These kids start out thinking they know where their career path falls, and after they come here they know where it falls.”
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday evening Austin Peay State University‘s Music/Mass Communication Building played host to Altrusa’s third annual Dancing with the Stars competition. The evening was emceed by Cydney Miller and David Medeiros. The contest was judged by Art Conn, Louise Seawright, and Danny Baye, with the assistance of 100 random audience members who voted for their favorites from each round of dancing. The scores were tallied by Henry Martin from Stone, Rudolph, and Martin CPAs.
Dancing for the evening was Conrad Eddington & Pro Krisa Pilszak; Britney Campbell & Pro Christopher Wayne;Melissa Schaffner & Pro Jonathan Bungard; Jim Knoll & Pro Ann Marie Fournier; Sandra Watts & Pro Chris Larsen; Ronnie Hunter & Pro Jamiee Simon. Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan was scheduled to perform, but due to a knee injury she was replaced with Melissa Schaffner from Fort Campbell’s MWR.
On Saturday, the Hispanic Organization for Progress & Education (H.O.P.E.) held their annual Women’s Day Conference. The event seeks to empower women by helping them with the issues they must deal with in their lives. Topics covered at the conference included Education, Health, Parenting, Beauty, and Cooking. The various presenters discussed these topics in sessions held throughout the day.
Betty Burchett, the Montgomery County Assessor of Property represented the County Government as Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers was unable to attend due to prior commitments. When asked before the conference opened for her view on H.O.P.E.’s Woman’s Day Conference She said “I am tickled to death, it’s a great opportunity for women, and any time you can empower women it’s a good thing.”
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