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    Tim CashRetired First Sergeant.  Served with the 101st and the 160th SOAR(A).  Spent 16 of my 20 years in the Army in Clarksville/Fort Campbell.  Married to Pamela Ann and have one daughter Ashley.  I am passionate about our city and our great country.

    I am a Realtor along with my wife Pam here in Clarksville.  Also serve on a non-profit association board.  Beyond that, I enjoy working in the yard and practicing the art of keeping Nishikigoi (Koi Carp)

    Web Site: http://www.cashsofclarksville.com
    Email: tim_cash@charter.net



Tim Cash's Articles:

    Boater’s Safety Course to be held on Saturday, April 21st

     

    The Montgomery County Conservation Club is pleased to announce a Boating Safety Course presented by the Coast Guard Auxiliary.

    Coast Guard Auxiliary will be giving a boater’s safety class Saturday April 21st, 2012, 9:00am in the Montgomery County Conservation Club House located just off Seven Mile Ferry Road. The class will last approximately 6 hours (9:00am – 3:00pm). «Read the rest of this article»

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    Koi Show Labor Day Weekend hosted by Country Koi and Water Gardens

     

    IKONA ShowOlmstead, KY – Country Koi and Watergardens will be hosting the IKONA Koi Show on Labor Day weekend. (September 3rd-5th).

    Just a short drive up Guthrie Highway will provide you a great Family experience and a great opportunity to view some gorgeous Nishikigoi (Koi)! I guarantee you won’t be disappointed – just to visit with Kenny and Eileen is worth the drive alone!

    IKONA Koi Show

    IKONA Koi Show

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    An open letter to the Clarksville Montgomery County School Board

     

    The Clarksville-Montgomery County School SystemThe following is an open letter written by the author to the Clarksville Montgomery County School Board. On July 27th,  2011 it was announced that CMCSS was proposing to rezone selected schools within the system with the changes to go into effect for the 2012 school year, if it passed. The public has been encouraged to provide feedback to the proposal for consideration by the school board prior to the September 13th,  2011 decision. «Read the rest of this article»

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    Boat Safety Course to be held on Saturday, August 27th

     

    Clarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Conservation Club is pleased to announce a Boating Safety Course presented by the Coast Guard Auxiliary.

    Coast Guard Auxiliary will be giving a boater’s safety class Saturday August 27th, 2011, 9:00am in the Montgomery County Conservation Club House located just off Seven Mile Ferry Road. The class will last approximately 6 hours (9:00am – 3:00pm).

     

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    Thoughts from a Veteran on Veterans Day

     

    While we honor our Veterans, both past and present and the sacrifices that many of these heroes made on battlegrounds around the world – some small and seemingly insignificant to the unforgettable and pivotal. It is certainly a very small token of our gratitude as a Nation – after all they are the reason we live in this great country this very day. All that said, I hope that you will indulge me and allow me to divert attention on this day from our Veterans to some of our unsung heroes – some would say the real heroes and in many respects they would be right.

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    How the Internet changed buying and selling for better or worse

     

    As with many of you here, I have had various courses in communication. From seminars to college courses I have tried to learn from them and become a better communicator both in person, verbal and via message.

    When communicating via the Internet (email, blog, forum, website, etc) there are many aspects to communication that are missing: body language, voice inflections, facial expressions and gestures. This makes it difficult for the sender to get their message across to the receiver.

    I can’t tell you how many times I have read a message and received it in a totally different manner than what the sender had intended. Certainly I have written many communique that have been taken out of context. It is rather easy to do given the lack of factors mentioned above.

    Many Professionals, whether they be Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, Car Dealers, etc. have flashy websites, speak eloquently, and even have photos of happy families posted on their sites. When you meet them in person you hardly recognize the person and while their website boasted quality service or many other aspects, you find out a little too late that the message received via the Internet was not an accurate depiction of the person, business or the service provided. «Read the rest of this article»

     

    Reflection

     

    Reflection is certainly something that I practice from time to time. I reflect on choices in my past as well as actions to try and help me to be a better person today and into the future. Like each of you reading this blog, I am not free of sin, but I do try to do the best I can by others whom I come in contact with, whether Family, friends or strangers.

    As we continue our journey through life many of us change – I am sure I have both physically and personally but I can only hope that (at least) the latter is for the better. Only those who know me and the Good Lord above can tell, but I sincerely hope that is the case. «Read the rest of this article»

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    R-E-S-P-E-C-T find out what it means to me

     

    R-E-S-P-E-C-T find out what it means to me. How many remember this great song? It was first released by Otis Redding in 1965 but became the Signature Song for the great Aretha Franklin in 1967. While this may prove to be a bit of trivia information to use in your next game night, that is not what moved me to write this beautiful and chilly Clarksville evening.

    I, like many of you was raised in a time when you K-N-E-W what R-E-S-P-E-C-T stood for and if you had a momentary lapse in judgment or memory your mother or father quickly corrected your course with a swift hand to the backside or a boomerang high heal. Respect to me was (and still is): «Read the rest of this article»

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    12th Annual NSA Bass Fishing Tournament

     

    On April 24th 2010, the Night Stalker Association we will be having their 12th Annual NSA Bass Fishing Tournament. All the money raised in this tournament goes directly to the Nightstalker Association Fund for Children with Terminally Ill Diseases and the Night Stalker Foundation for Children of Fallen Night Stalkers Scholarship Fund.

    The tournament is run solely by volunteers and is supported by numerous donations by individuals and companies. This event started in 1998 when a Soldier in the 160th Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) shop with a terminally ill child had a financial need during an unimaginably trying time in his Family’s life.

    Last year’s event saw over 160 registered teams and over 800 people who gathered either to fish or to support the Night Stalker Association and the Tournament. It is their hope that this year’s event will far surpass that of last year in both participation and donations. «Read the rest of this article»

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    Winter bites Clarksville TN

     

    Winter is biting Clarksville Tennessee hard this week. We have had it relatively easy the past couple of years with minimal snow, and moderate temperatures but all that changed this year. The temperature today in Clarksville did not see above 30 all day and the projected temperature for this evening is in the single digits.

    Prolonged cold can bring with it a myriad of issues from heating systems giving up the ghost to pipes bursting. A few things can be done to help reduce the chances that you become one of those ‘left out in the cold’ for lack of a better term: «Read the rest of this article»

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