Clarksville, TN – Dozens of volunteers and local animal advocates have organized an outreach and fundraising event that will be held in the parking lot of Montgomery County Animal Control, 616 North Spring Street, this Saturday, June 15th between 10:00am-4:00pm.
Saturday’s event is inspired by a nationwide effort known as the National No Kill Movement, which challenges animal shelters, animal advocates and communities across the nation to do better. Per the organization’s website: The leading cause of deaths among healthy dogs and cats in the United States is due to killing in shelters.
Clarksville, TN – There will be a community fundraiser for Ashley Travis and Kylie Eastin Saturday, June 15th at Hilltop Supermarket from 9:00am until 2:00pm.
The two Montgomery Central High School Cheerleaders were injured on May 16th when they crashed head on into a vehicle that had crossed into their lane. Travis is still atMedical Center in Nashville, TN undergoing treatment.
Clarksville, TN – With the recent tragedies and damages associated with tornados in Oklahoma, a group of Clarksvillians have come together to provide aid to the victims. This group has coined their effort “Operation Boomer Sooner”.
The group is volunteering to take multiple trailer loads of much needed supplies to the Moore, Oklahoma area. This group is in contact with people on the ground in Moore and will put out a working donation list as it develops. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Manna Café Ministries’ “Manna Madness” is winding down. There are just have a few days left to make this the best March ever. They will be at Sams Club Thursday and Friday doing a food drive.
Don’t forget “Pack The Bus” Friday at B.A. Wolfe Powersports on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard next to Furnish 123. Their goal is to fill the bus with food donations and their food truck will be cooking up some food for donations as well.
So come out Friday and help them close out March with a bang.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Animal Control received a wonderful donation from Kenwood Elementary School on Friday, March 22nd.
The school’s Beta Club led the effort, called Pennies for Pets, a three week long service project to help raise money, awareness about animals and collect supplies all benefitting Montgomery County Animal Control.
Clarksville, TN – For several hours, students atwill dance the night away, while lending a helping hand, at the annual Dance Marathon.
The event, which benefits the Children’s Miracle Network, will begin at 6:00pm, Friday, February 8th in the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center on APSU’s campus. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN - Hunters and lovers of wild game are invited to one of the “tastiest” events of the year, as the Montgomery County Conservation Club hosts it’s annual, Lawrence Suiter Wild Game Supper, January 19th.
This year’s event will be from 4:0opm to 7:00pm at the club’s headquarters at 1182 Seven Mile Ferry Road North. Always on the third Saturday in January, it’s one of two big fundraisers held each year. «Read the rest of this article»
Washington, D.C. – Individuals and businesses making contributions to charity should keep in mind some key tax provisions that have taken effect in recent years, especially those affecting donations of clothing and household items and monetary donations.
Rules for Clothing and Household Items: To be deductible, clothing and household items donated to charity generally must be in good used condition or better.
Clarksville, TN – The Go Commando Half Marathon and 5k presented byannounced Thursday they would donate $40,000 to local non-profits and community organizations. The largest recipients, Clarksville Area YMCA and Fort Campbell Historical Foundation were on hand to accept the donations.
Nashville, TN – On October 24th, Kangaroo Express presented a check for $75,198 to the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of Tennessee Auxiliary Soldier/Airman Relief Fund, Inc., providing financial assistance to Tennessee National Guard families who might be in need.
The money was raised as part of the company’s “Salute Our Troops” fundraising campaign that ran from Independence Day through Labor Day of this year, collecting donations from its customers across 13 states.
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