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Clarksville Fox kicks off their their 2010 “Fox Fun Card”


The 2010 “Fox Fun Card” is here and the savings are better then ever. These cards are a fundraiser for the women’s full contact semi-pro football team here in Clarksville the “Clarksville Fox”. The cards are only $10 dollars each and can be used at many Clarksville restaurants and other fun family places. These cards are available now and will be able to be used over and over again at all the locations until December 31st 2010.

Using the Fox Fun Card every day just for lunch can save up to $20 a week, up to  $1,000 a year.

Buy a card for not just yourself but for your family, friends, co-workers, and employees. A “Fox Fun Card” stuffed in an envelope with a card saying Merry Christmas, Thank You, Get Well, Happy Birthday, or for any occasion is a gift that will keep on giving the entire year.

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Anne Wall Named Innovative Professor for 2009 at APSU

Dr. Anne Wall

Dr. Anne Wall

When Dr. Anne Wall, associate professor of education at Austin Peay State University, talks about online classes, her eyes suddenly widen and her words come out fast. It’s a topic that clearly matters to her, and she wants people to know there’s more to it than simply reading and answering questions on a computer.

“There’s too much neat stuff out there not to take advantage of,” she said.

Her enthusiasm for this learning medium likely played a major part in her being named the Innovative Professor of the Year for 2009, by the APSU Center of Extended and Distance Education. The award, given out in November during National Distance Education Week, recognizes excellence in online instruction.

“I was surprised. I really was,” she said. “I guess I wonder if I’m really deserving.” «Read the rest of this article»

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Idea for grocery stores: Give away cloth bags and increase your profits


I  attempted no less than 10 times to use Kroger’s comment section of their website to inform them of an idea I had, but the website kept giving me an error message that my comments included an invalid character.  I retyped and double checked it dozens of times.

So, I thought I would post it here and see what happens.  Here is my unsuccessfully sent comment:

I worked for Krogers  during college, and I have a suggestion. «Read the rest of this article»

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