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Treva Gordon to direct “Stand”, a youth production

 

Young Daughters of DestinyThe Young Daughters of Destiny in conjunction with the Convient Shopper Magazine are putting on a production of Stand at the Roxy Regional Theatre on August 6th 2011 at 5:00pm. The show will be directed by Treva Gordon and  features a youth cast with kids from ages 5 to 25  playing the parts. The play deals deals with various crisis that the kids may face in their own lives such as:Teen Preganacy, Bullying, Suicide, and includes an important message for parents, “Why don’t you listen to me.”

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Save a Youth Concert

 

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Clarksville, TN – The Young Daughters of Destiny Youth Crisis Organization Presents “Save a Youth Concert” featuring rising recording Gospel artist Toney Dabney from Hopkinsville, KY. MC for the event is Clarksville’s very own Johnathan Peters of Number 7.

Young Daughters of Destiny present "Save a Youth" Concert.

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The Young Daughters of Destiny to present a youth open mic night

 

Young Daughters of DestinyClarksville, TN – The Young Daughters of Destiny organization is looking for great talent for Open Mic Night June 10th,2011 at 7:00pm at the Unity Christian Academy Gym (1800 Memorial Dr) behind the Westgate Christian center Church”.Registration will be June 6,2011 at UCA gym at 6pm or call Ms. Rita Ewing at 931-801-9319. All talent is welcome. All proceeds go to The Youth Suicide Awareness Conference to be held on September 17th, 2011.

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Young Daughters of Destiny presents Bowling with the Stars

 

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Clarksville, TN – Come out and join Young Daughters of Destiny for Bowling with the Stars this Saturday May 21st,2011 from 2:00pm till 5:00pm at the Skyline Bowling Center located at 201 Kraft Street Clarksville, TN.

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Women C.A.R.E. Expo-Creating Attainable Realities for Empowerment

 

Daymar InstituteClarksville, TN – Daymar Institute in partnership with the Young Daughters of Destiny will debut their 1st Annual Women C.A.R.E. Expo- Creating Attainable Realities for Empowerment, an event dedicated entirely to women.

The 2011 show, which will be held at Daymar Institute, will showcase over 30 agencies and home based business owners. The Expo’s focus is on working from home, owning your own business and higher education opportunities.  «Read the rest of this article»

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The Young Daughters of Destiny to host crusade for youth suicide prevention

 

Young Daughters of Destiny will be hosting a two part Suicide Prevention Crusade for Youths on September 25th.

The first part of the crusade will be held at Unity Christian Academy (1800 Memorial Dr.) from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. During these times, local youth will have a chance to discuss an array of issues they face on a daily basis.

The second part of the crusade will take place at the Beachaven Winery (1100 Dunlop LN) from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Some of the top Christian artists in the community will perform.  Truth, Toney Dabney, Tony Dillard, Sonimar, Peaches 7, Unity Group, and Number Seven are just a few of the groups who will be in attendance. «Read the rest of this article»

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L.E.A.P. ORG Awards Scholarship at 3 on 3 Back to School Basketball Tournament Championship

 

Nonprofit organization and community center provide recreation and supplies for youth

L.E.A.P. Organization On Saturday, July 24th  at 12:00pm the L.E.A.P. Organization awarded April Ogburn with Scholarship for her outstanding performance in the LEAP Intern Program and being accepted into Lane College. Trophies were awarded to winners fo each bracket.

As a result to donations from LEAP and the community we were able to collect over 240 packs of paper and other items for the Back to School Bash. This event also gave our youth a positive outlet to fellowship and build teams in a safe and secure environment.

Participants of the 3 on 3 Back to School Basketball Tournament Championship

Participants of the 3 on 3 Back to School Basketball Tournament Championship

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L.E.A.P. ORG, Convenient Shopper & Emmanuel Family Life Center Host 3rd Annual Back 2 School Basketball Tournament

 

Nonprofit organization and community center provide recreation and supplies for youth

L.E.A.P OrganizationOn Friday, July 23rd  at 5:00pm the L.E.A.P. Organization and the Convenient Shopper will be hosting a 3 on 3 Back 2 School Basketball Tournament at the Emmanuel Family Life Center. Spectators and players are asked to donate school supplies such as notebook paper, notebooks, crayons and etc. Supplies will be given to youth in Lincoln Homes and Summit Heights who may not have transportation to visit some of the other local back to school bashes.

This is a free event and is open to the public.

The L.E.A.P. ORG, First Missionary Baptist Church, Faith Outreach Church, HOPE, Delta Psi Chi Fraternity, Inc. and Young Daughters of Destiny will distribute the backpacks of supplies to Summit Heights at 3:30pm and Lincoln Homes at 5:30pm on Thursday, July 29th.

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The Unity Day Celebration was something special

 

Unity is the quality or state of being made one.

That is exactly what happened during the first annual Unity Day Celebration on Saturday night. For at least one evening, our community was made whole. The purpose of Unity Day was to help unite the Clarksville community, it celebrated the accomplishments our community’s leadership, and paid tribute to and recognized the hard work of non-profit organizations in Clarksville, TN; and It more than succeeded in reaching this lofty goal.

The event was the brainchild of Treva Gordon, the Founder and Publisher of the Convenient Shopper an advertising supported bi-monthly magazine. However, during the evenings ceremonies Clarksville Mayor Johnny Piper announced that Unity Day would be officially recognized by the City each year.

Non-profit organizations being recognized at the 2010 Unity Day Ceremonies

Non-profit organizations being recognized at the 2010 Unity Day Ceremonies

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Unity Day Celebration

 

Celebration of Unity Day presents Dr Bobby Jones with a Lifetime Achievement Award

On Saturday June 5th at 6:30pm,  we will celebrate Unity Day at Faith Outreach Church with guest honoree Ambassador Dr. Bobby Jones.

Dr. Jones is currently has the longest running TV show on cable TV for more than three decades…‘The Bobby Jones Gospel Show.’ We will also celebrate and recognize Clarksville’s diverse leadership by honoring several local pastors and non-profit organizations in our community.

The purpose of Unity Day is to unite our Clarksville community and celebrate the accomplishments of our diverse leadership. We also will pay tribute and recognize our non-profit organizations. The event promotes unity among family as well as peace among people of all walks of life. Unity Day is created with a focus on family values and multiculturalism. «Read the rest of this article»

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