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Monday, November 28, 2022
Home Blanchfield Army Community Hospital staff volunteered at Clarksville, Tennessee’s Northeast Middle School, recently as part of the Partners in Education initiative. The PIE program is a way for units on Fort Campbell to integrate into the community by way of volunteering with on-post and off-post schools. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Sierra Brown) Blanchfield Army Community Hospital staff volunteered at Clarksville, Tennessee’s Northeast Middle School, recently as part of the Partners in Education initiative. The PIE program is a way for units on Fort Campbell to integrate into the community by way of volunteering with on-post and off-post schools. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Sierra Brown)

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital staff volunteered at Clarksville, Tennessee’s Northeast Middle School, recently as part of the Partners in Education initiative. The PIE program is a way for units on Fort Campbell to integrate into the community by way of volunteering with on-post and off-post schools. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Sierra Brown)

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital staff volunteered at Clarksville, Tennessee’s Northeast Middle School, recently as part of the Partners in Education initiative. The PIE program is a way for units on Fort Campbell to integrate into the community by way of volunteering with on-post and off-post schools. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Sierra Brown)

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital staff volunteered at Clarksville, Tennessee’s Northeast Middle School, recently as part of the Partners in Education initiative. The PIE program is a way for units on Fort Campbell to integrate into the community by way of volunteering with on-post and off-post schools. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Sierra Brown)

In 2019, a Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Soldier reads a letter to students at its Partner in Education, Northeast Middle School, sharing the adventures a student’s Flat Stanley had at the hospital over winter break. The project was so well received by the students and Blanchfield staff that a “BACH Stanley” was created at the hospital to continue sharing adventures with the students during spring break. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)