Nashville, TN – Free smoke alarms will be installed this week in Clarksville on Thursday, July 30th when volunteers take part in the the latest “Get Alarmed Tennessee” smoke alarm canvass.
The Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO), the Clarksville Fire Department and the American Red Cross are teaming up to visit hundreds of homes this week and install free alarms for homeowners in need. Volunteers are still needed. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University featured twirler Hannah Johstono has demonstrated her talent and skill with a baton in front of crowds both large and small during her 14 years of twirling.
A regular with the Governor’s Own Marching Band for the past four seasons, Johstono has captivated everyone from APSU fans gathered in Governor Stadium’s Tailgate Alley to 100,000 fans at Neyland Stadium as the Governors took on the University of Tennessee Volunteers.
Clarksville, TN – The 13th annual Rivers and Spires Festival concluded Saturday, April 18th with beautiful weather, great music, wonderful food and entertainment for everyone.
Speaking of food, there were freshly dipped corn dogs, kettle corn, funnel cakes, hotdogs, brats, gyros along with plenty of iced tea and lemonade. The gyros was particularly good. Everything was reasonably priced.
Fort Campbell, KY – Join the Environmental Division Stormwater Program on Friday, Apiril 17th, 2015 for a morning of fun and fresh air as volunteers to help clean trash and debris along the banks of Fort Campbell lakes and streams.
This beautification project is aimed to make our waterways cleaner, safer, and to reduce the adverse effects pollution has on our water quality.
Everyone is to meet at Wohali Pavilion outside Gate 10 (Lake Taal).
Clarksville, TN – The award-winning Rivers and Spires Festival is a community driven event that is organized by hundreds of dedicated volunteers each year. But, in order to be successful, we need your support!
With over 600 volunteer positions to fill, there are still plenty of opportunities to get involved. If interested in volunteering, you can sign up and learn more information at the pre-Festival meeting on April 9th at 5:00pm on the third level of the Capital Bank Building, 25 Jefferson Street.
Nashville, TN – When flooding, deadly tornadoes or other disasters strike in Tennessee, there’s a dedicated group of volunteers ready to provide assistance. They’re members of the Medical Reserve Corps, a network of community-based volunteers who can support critical work to restore health and safety during and following emergencies.
“The Medical Reserve Corps provides an opportunity for persons with medical or healthcare training and those with no previous training but a desire to help others to come together as part of an emergency response team if needed,” said Tennessee Department of Health Emergency Preparedness Director Paul Petersen, PharmD. “The Medical Reserve Corps provides nearly all Tennesseans opportunities to contribute their skills and talents if a crisis occurs.” «Read the rest of this article»
Austin Peay Sports Information
Knoxville, TN – A rare midweek pitcher’s duel did not fall in favor of Austin Peay State University’s baseball team as it dropped a 3-0 decision to Tennessee, Tuesday night, at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.
Austin Peay State University Governors Baseball gives up four home runs in loss to Jacksonville State Gamecocks
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – A day after overcoming a seven-run deficit, Austin Peay State University’s baseball team could not recover from a barrage of home runs in a 12-5 Ohio Valley Conference loss to Jacksonville State, Monday afternoon at Raymond C. Hand Park.
Next Volunteer Orientation Class March 3rd
Clarksville, TN – Every single day, the American Red Cross helps people in emergencies.
Whether it’s one displaced family, thousands of disaster victims, or providing care and comfort to an ill or injured service member or veteran or support to a military family member, the vital work is made possible by community volunteers.
Clarksville, TN – The emergency shelter at the Burt-Cobb Community Center will remain open through Saturday night.
“Over the last week, our community overcame several obstacles to make sure there was adequate shelter space for people who needed a place to stay,” said Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan. “The accumulation of ice and snow combined with the current frigid temperatures made road conditions extremely hazardous.” «Read the rest of this article»
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