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United Men’s Fellowship Breakfast


First Missionary Baptist ChurchClarksville, TN – On Saturday, May 14th, First Missionary Baptist Church hosted the United Men’s Fellowship Breakfast in its fellowship hall. The theme for the breakfast was feeding the Word of God through Evangelism. Guest Speaker Pastor Harold Whitmer of the Community Church gave a heartfelt and powerful presentation of have to effectively use the Word of God to reach out into our communities and abroad to spread the Good News.

The united fellowship breakfast had a wide variety of members from various denominations coming together to follow the Great Commission. And He said to them “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation.” (Mark 16:15 ESV)


Mud Bowl 2008: It’s all about the MUD!


The story and photo galleries are a combined effort by Turner McCullough Jr., Bill Larson and Christine Piesyk.

The Clean Dude. the Baby Bugs. The Bone Crushers. Pinky and the Brains. Peay Brains. Those were just a few of 70 teams competing in the non-traditional and decidedly non-varsity Mud Bowl 2008 at Austin Peay State University on October 2.


Gingerly stepping into the playing field...

Shortly after 4 p.m., as the warming sun sank softly behind the treeline, male, female and co-ed teams gathered at the intramural field for a whole new kind of volleyball: a game played in a foot deep pool of slick, non-spa-like mud, courtesy of the APSU staff and the local Fire Department. The balance of this hilarious, fun-filled afternoon was consumed by rotating volleyball teams playing in a contained mud bowl. The operative word here being M-U-D! MUD! ’nuff said! «Read the rest of this article»


PRESS RELEASE: Clarksville Coalition of Civil Rights Leaders Unite for Common Cause


unity.jpgSeveral civil rights leaders have decided to reconstitute the Clarksville Coalition of Civil Rights Leaders (CCCRL). These citizens believe that civil rights issues in Clarksville continue to go unresolved.

The coalition, originally founded in 2005, has been inactive due to the conflicting schedules of the leadership. However, after assessing the current status of civil rights compliance and protections in Clarksville and Montgomery County, some civil rights leaders believe it necessary to unite.

“In unity there is strength,” said Dr. Nancy J. Dawson, coalition chairwoman. “The time has come, to end, once and for all, the racial problems in Clarksville,” Dawson said. «Read the rest of this article»

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