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Clarksville Foxes holding sign-ups on November 21st

 

clarksvillefoxtrixieThe Clarksville Fox is a women’s full contact semi-pro football team that is beginning their 4th season in Clarksville, TN. They will be holding sign-ups for their 2010 season on Saturday November 21st at Northwest High School’s Football Field (800 Lafayette Rd).  Sign-ups will be from 12:00p.m. – 3:00 p.m., followed by some “Ultimate Football”.  So make sure you come ready to play! Fox Fans, friends, and family members are all welcome to come watch the ladies having some fun starting at 3:00 p.m.

Clarksville Fox Women's Full Contact Football team

The Clarksville Fox facing the Tennessee Valley Tigers

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9th Branch Now Open for Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union

 

fcfculogoFort Campbell Federal Credit Union has opened the doors to its newly constructed branch at Tiny Town and Heritage Pointe Drive in Clarksville. The 4,700 square foot branch is the ninth for the credit union and the second of three planned dialogue branches to be complete by the fall of 2010. The branch at 500 Heritage Pointe Drive is also the second new branch to open this year for Fort Campbell Federal.

“We have always been dedicated to providing outstanding service to our members and the dialogue branches allow us to use new technology to take our service to the next level.”, says Stewart Ramsey, President and CEO of Fort Campbell Federal.

Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union employees, Board of Directors and Clarksville/Montgomery County Chamber Ambassadors at the ribbon cutting for Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union's 9th Branch

Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union employees, Board of Directors and Clarksville/Montgomery County Chamber Ambassadors at the ribbon cutting for Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union's 9th Branch

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APSU Volleyball: Champine named OVC “Player of the Year,” three receive All-OVC recognition

 

apsugovernorsAustin Peay State University senior outside hitter Stephanie Champine has been named the Ohio Valley Conference’s “Player of the Year,” the league office announced, Wednesday. In addition, she was named first-team All-OVC along with junior setter Sarah Alisaleh while junior middle blocker Jessica Mollman received second-team All-OVC honors.

Stephanie Champine

Stephanie Champine

Champine becomes the third Lady Govs all-time to receive the league’s “Player of the Year,” joining Connie Caldwell (1987) and Isabel Canedo (1992). In addition, it is the first time in program history that three players received All-OVC (first or second team) honors in the same season.

“When I first met this team back in March, there was a prevailing sentiment the other coaches in the OVC didn’t respect the athletes of Austin Peay as much as they perhaps should have,” said Austin Peay head coach Mike Johnson. “My challenge to them was to simply worry about getting better each day and the fringe benefits such as All-Conference awards would come. Our team has taken that mindset to heart, and I’m proud of the gains we have made. I am so very happy for all of the Lady Govs. These are team honors, and Champ, Sarah and Jess would be the first to tell you that.” «Read the rest of this article»

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Christmas on the Cumberland opens November 24th

 

parksandrec1Clarksville’s premier walk through holiday light display Christmas on the Cumberland will celebrate its 11th year with a grand opening ceremony November 24 at McGregor Park RiverWalk.

Next week’s grand opening that gets underway at 6:30p.m. will include holiday entertainment and the official lighting of over 1 million lights by Mayor Johnny Piper. Special guests including Santa Claus, the Channel 4 News Snowbird, Charlie Brown and Mrs. Tennessee International Cydney Miller will be at the ceremony to visit with the children.

Christmas on the Cumberland officially opens November 24 and runs through January 1. It will be open to the public nightly from 5-10p.m. and 5-11p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Admission to the event is free.

Touring the lights.

Walking through a garden of holiday lights...

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