Topic: Hilldale Baptist Church
Clarksville, TN – Hundreds filled the grounds of the Hilldale Baptist Family Life Center Athletic Field in support of a celebration of life; in the collective fight for more birthdays, and that of hope for a cure and in a massive show of courage and support of the numerous cancer patients and survivors in Clarksville-Montgomery County.
Held on Saturday, May 17th, cancer survivors, family members, friends, caretakers and supporters braved the unseasonably cool evening weather gathering for what has become a tradition in Clarksville.
Family-friendly Activities for All Ages
Clarksville, TN – In the midst of global change and economic recovery, on the home front families continue to be affected by cancer, touching lives in communities across the country. An equal opportunity disease, various forms of cancer affect both the young and old, people of all ethnicities, on all socio-economic levels.
These realities make the dollars donated and volunteer hours devoted to the American Cancer Society—a part of Clarksville for many years—critically important. Local volunteers are a huge part of a nationwide effort to save lives from cancer, but additional people are needed for the progress to continue.
Celebrating More Birthdays, Strength & Courage, Prelude to Main Event
Clarkville, TN – At 6:00pm on Tuesday, May 6th, local cancer survivors will be recognized for their courage and tenacity, with caregivers, volunteers, supporters and friends who will gather at the Hilldale Baptist Church Family Life Center for the Relay For Life 3rd Annual Survivors Supper.
Introduced and organized by Bill and Joan Farmer, this year’s dinner is anticipated to be another with record attendance. The Farmers are long-time supporters of Relay For Life in Montgomery County and have the support of a capable committee to help reach cancer survivors in Clarksville/Montgomery County that include Paula and Marty Williams, Tracy Davison, Glen and Debbie Shearon, Pauline Bagwell and Ben Carroll. «Read the rest of this article»
Written by Kathleen Evans
American Cancer Society
Clarksville, TN – On April 5th, more than 200 runners, walkers and community supporters braved the chill of early spring for the 4th Annual Breast Cancer 5k at Austin Peay State University.
With proceeds earmarked for breast cancer treatment and research, the Montgomery County Relay For Life is very fortunate for the continued support of Austin Peay State University and for the community for participation in the Breast Cancer 5k since the Relay For Life effort supports the battle against all forms of cancer.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Transit System (CTS) will provide free transportation throughout the city on December 24th, 2013.
This includes rides to the Annual Warm Souls Christmas event hosted by Radical Mission Compassionate Ministries.
Family-friendly Activities for All Ages
Clarksville, TN – Just as the effects of a challenging economy are felt by families in every community, cancer, too, has a far-reaching impact.
No matter how the stock market is performing or what the current unemployment rate may be, there are still many people battling a cancer diagnosis and many others who are lending support alongside loved ones every day.
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.
Over 1200 Clarksville area citizens were treated to live music, a free shopping spree, Christmas portraits, free haircuts, free gifts, and more, provided by Radical Mission Compassionate Ministries.
Hilldale Baptist Church to hold “The Living Christmas Tree – A Christmas Celebration” beginning December 7th
Clarksville, TN – This weekend, the Hilldale Baptist Church will put on three presentations of “The Living Christmas Tree – A Christmas Celebration”. The event is free and open to the public.
The idea behind this year’s “tree” is a fun variety show a la the golden age of TV variety shows—like Lawrence Welk or Ed Sullivan.
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