Nashville – The Tennessee Department of Health announces that the suspension of admissions at Life Care Center of Athens has been lifted effective August 10, 2009. The facility is a 128-bed licensed nursing home located at 1234 Frye Street in Athens, TN.
The Department confirmed the facility has returned to substantial compliance for state licensing purposes. The federal conditions of participation that led to the immediate jeopardy citations have been corrected as stated in the facility’s allegations of compliance, which was approved by federal and state authorities. «Read the rest of this article»
University officials are reporting there are 270 degree candidates, with 264 of those planning to participate in commencement exercises next week.
The 2009 Summer Commencement will not include a guest speaker, and no faculty or student awards will be presented, officials said. The presentation of faculty and student awards is reserved for honor events in the spring.
For more information about commencement exercises, contact the Office of the Registrar by telephone at (931) 221-7121.
Fort Campbell – The 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell will honor veterans from the Vietnam conflict during multiple “Welcome Home Ceremonies” at Hangar 3 Sunday as part of the Week of the Eagles festivities on Sunday.
The event is designed to be an official welcome home for Vietnam Veterans who never got the recognition and welcome home that every member of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) receives when they return from the Global War on Terrorism. Veterans will stand in formation and march into the hangar where they will be greeted by Family and friends. All Vietnam Veterans – regardless of unit or branch of service – are welcome to attend and participate in the ceremony. «Read the rest of this article»
The Clarksville Community Concert Association announces their 2009-10 Community Concert Series schedule
The Clarksville Community Concert Association (CCCA) along with the Austin Peay State University Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts is proud to announce the schedule for the 2009-10 Community Concert Series. The CCCA strives to present musical performances of high artistic merit in the Clarksville-Montgomery County area, and to promote the interest in. and enjoyment of live concerts through community outreach and education. The Community Concert Series is one of the major cultural resources for our community. Help support them by becoming a member.
The series kicks off at 7:30 p.m., on Monday, August 31st in the Music/Mass Communication Building Concert Hall with the Todd Hill Orchestra. Also appearing this year is Gabriela Montero, The Massenkoff Russian Folk Festival, The Gateway Chamber Ensemble, and closing out this years series in April 2010 is the Joel Frahm Jazz Quartet. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville – The Tennessee Department of Education has been awarded a $22 million grant through the United State Department of Education to support the state’s 22 existing charter schools and to increase the number of high-quality charter schools opening in the future.
“Since Tennessee began authorizing charter schools in 2002, we have continued to provide additional and innovative educational opportunities for our students,” Governor Phil Bredesen said. “This grant provides unprecedented resources to increase those opportunities and gives Tennessee another chance to show the nation our leadership in the area of education reform.” «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools Director Michael Harris today announced the appointment of Priscilla Story as Elementary Schools Director, a position approved in the budget to provide support to the community’s growing number of elementary schools.
Story has served as principal at Sango Elementary since it opened in 1996. She previously served as principal at Northeast Elementary, and was an elementary supervisor with the system in addition to serving as a classroom teacher. Story, 58, has been with the system for 36 years.
Emily Vaughn will replace Story as Sango’s principal. Vaughn comes to the position from Moore Magnet School, where she has served as assistant principal for four years and previously taught in the elementary classroom. «Read the rest of this article»
FORT CAMPBELL – The 1st Brigade Combat Team, 327th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) will host a Medal of Honor Donation Ceremony on Friday at 10:30 a.m., as the family of 1st Lt. James A. Gardner will donate his medal into the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) atrium in the division’s headquarters. The purpose of the ceremony is to honor Gardner and preserve the history of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault).
Gardner was one of 246 recipients of the Medal of Honor for actions during the Vietnam War. 1st Lt. Gardner’s hometown was Dyersburg, Tenn., and he was assigned to the Scout Platoon, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment.
The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the United States government. It is bestowed on a member of the United States armed forces who distinguishes himself, “conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States.” «Read the rest of this article»
Dance is the noblest of the Arts. Using a human body as their canvas, a dancers’ performance treats the audience to a visual poetry written with their bodies in both form and motion. That is how I felt this evening when I watched the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts and the APSU Dance Program holding their Summer Dance Concert. One performance remains; on Wednesday, August 12th, at 7:30PM, Clement Auditorium.
Tick leads the show with three dancers clad in green, Laquimah van Dunk, Alaina Runions, and Caitlin Proctor to the sounds of Tashweesh (interference) by Kronos Quartet.
Followed by the lovely Brittany Hardaway performing a ballet called Gentle Lullaby to the sounds of Se Ymnumen by George Skaroulis. Many of the dancers held neutral expressions on their faces when they performed not so with Brittany. You could see her love and passion for dance etched on her face with every leap and pirouette.
9 million Americans’ identities are stolen each year. The following tips can help protect you against identity theft
Nashville – As many as 9 million Americans’ identities are stolen each year. Identity theft is the unauthorized acquisition and use of a person’s identifying information – such as a name, Social Security number or credit card number – to commit fraud or other crimes. Through identity theft, criminals might rent an apartment, obtain a line of credit or establish a telephone account. Victims often discover the crimes when reviewing credit reports or statements. Skilled identity thieves use many methods, including: «Read the rest of this article»
Super Summer Special rates of $59.95 per night are available Sunday through Thursday until September 3, 2009 at six Tennessee State Park inns.
Tennessee State Parks will continue to run its Super Summer Special promotion, offering a discounted rate at each of the state’s six incredible state park inns – available Sunday through Thursday, now through September 3. Park patrons can stay overnight at a Tennessee State Park Inn for just $59.95 a night (excluding tax). Please find attached special promotional information for your review.
There is no coupon necessary for this special rate and patrons simply need to ask for the “Super Summer Special” rate when making a reservation. Discounted rates apply to inn rooms only and cannot be used with other discounts or promotions. The discount is based on availability and reservations are suggested. For reservations or additional information, please contact the inns directly at: «Read the rest of this article»
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