Immaculate Conception School recently hosted Casino Night, an event that has become a Clarksville perennial favorite, where guests can play casino style games, dance, and snack on some great appetizers, all while raising funds for school programs and activities.

Stephan...

When Trent and Dana Knott purchased the sprawling but languishing former Acme Boot building on Madison Street, no one could have imagined the amazing transformation that would take place.


So far they have put more than 50,000 square feet of space to use with their fami...

Christian County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted its annual Military Affairs Committee (MAC) Gala at the Hopkinsville Golf & Country Club.
 
Katie Lopez, Director of Military Affairs with the Christian County Chamber of Commerce, spoke about the MAC Gala and other...

The Fort Campbell Spouses Club recently hosted its first FCSC Golf Classic at Cole Park, all par of its ongoing effort to fund scholarships in the community.
 
Hannah Husemann and Kassie Peterson were co-chairs of the tournament, which had 84 golfers in a 4-man scrambl...

Lake Barkley Lodge recently hosted the second in its Beef & Bourbon series, this time with a twist. Shine and Swine featured two of Kentucky’s most popular exports-- world-class pork and fine moonshine from Casey Jones Distillery.
 
Sallee Wilson is part of a team at L...

About 80 runners were expected to participate in Sango Pharmacy’s 2nd annual Full Moon 5K, an event that benefits Be The Match, an organization that is working to save the lives of patients battling leukemia and other blood cancers.
 
“This is our second Full Moon 5K,”...

Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation (CMCEF) recently held its annual fundraiser, Vision to Reality, an event that raises considerable funds which benefit the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System.
 
Abby Binkley, Executive Director of the CMCEF, ta...

The Clarksville 50 + Activity Center was filled with performers, guest speakers, veterans and local citizens for its annual Veterans Day event.
 
Diana Akin is the activity center’s Program Director, who also coordinates its marketing and fundraising.
 
“Our goal is to...

Sheila Perry, owner of Hopkinsville’s Purple Door Boutique, recently hosted the 2nd Annual Lady’s Day Out at the James E. Bruce Convention Center.
 
Sixty-seven vendors offered a wide selection of everything a lady might like to purchase, from skin care products to bou...

Canadra Jenkins and Calendra Blanks of Flourishing Families recently held a 5K Walk to raise awareness for Clarksville’s homeless.
 
Jenkins says the 3rd Annual Walk/Fun Run into a Better Life 5K was a way to inform the people of Clarksville about the city’s homeless p...

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