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TRUST US TO GET YOU HOME “The Ken Adams Team did an outstanding job selling our home in Clarksville, TN. Ken took care of every detail and made the process smooth and painless. He paid particular attention to an extremely high tech approach to displaying the property on the internet. The results were nothing short of spectacular. The HD overhead photos he took of the property using a drone were beautiful! We saved some of them to remember our home by, they were that good. The interior shots that were taken to enable a buyer to remotely have a 3D walkthrough were equally amazing. I feel like the modern real estate consumer is heavily invested in doing their own research via apps such as Zillow and others. Ken and his team will make sure your property is professionally and beautifully displayed to garner thousands of looks. Bottom line is that I highly recommend The Ken Adams Team to anyone who wants a headache free process of marketing their home and wants the job done right.” -DB, Clarksville

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whats inside... events United Way Annual Meeting & Campaign Celebration • 8 931Kicks&Apparel Grand Opening • 15 CFC10 At Appleton Harley-Davidson • 18 Coffey Anderson Live at The Ruby Cora • 22 KPower Staffing Solutions Ribbon Cutting • 24 U.S. Army Fort Campbell Garrison Change of Command Ceremony • 28 Official Unveiling of Roxy Regional Theatre’s Season 39 • 31 Congressman Mark Green’s 3rd Annual Red, White & Blues • 34 Surprise Retirement Party for Carole Dorris • 37 Veterans Health Fair @ Tennessee State Veterans Home • 42 Clarksville Rotary Club Paul Harris Luncheon • 44 Clarksville Football Alumni Club • 48 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clarksville Bowl For Kids Sake • 52 Women Veterans of America Honoring Nettie Thomas • 54 Talley Hall Event Center Grand Opening • 56 Honorary Ait Assault Award Ceremony • 58 Friday Night Live At Old Glory Distilling Co. • 62 Blues Festival @ Oak Grove Racing, Gaming & Hotel • 66 First Responders ‘Remember the Badges’ Blood Drive • 70 Fort Campbell Division Pass In Review • 72 Wes Golden For Mayor BBQ @ Hilltop Market • 75 Fort Campbell Historical Foundation Desert Storm • 81 TN Red, White & Brewfest • 86 Business After Hours @ Clarksville Regional Airport • 89

in this edition... Clarksville Police Department Community Realtions Unit •13 L.O.S.S. - 2 Year Anniversary Presents The Treva Gordon Story • 60 Govenor Lee Signs Legislation For Veterans • 69 Clarksville Chamber Spotlight: The Air Assualt Team KW Realty • 87

medical profiles Spring Creek Pediatric Dentistry • 17 The Villages At The River Club • 20 Face Fabulous Medical Spa • 26 Medical Care Direct • 33 VeinCare Center of TN • 40 Arcadia Senior Living • 47 Advanced Cosmetic Surgery Center of TN/KY • 50 Brookfale Senior Living • 65 Eden Day Spa • 78 Waterdogs Scuba and Safety LLC • 84 Sango Pharmacy • 88

credits Ashley Mynatt Publisher Kayla Cook Graphic Design & Business Development Tony Centonze Contributing Writer & Photographer

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Dr. Kaye And His Team At Advanced Cosmetic Surgery Center of TN & KY Photography By Cat Lucy Photography

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Dianne Todd & Shannon Saltkill

Dwight Jemison & LaTanya Jackson

Dan Moore & Sherry Pickering

United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region 2021 Annual Meeting & Campaign Celebration Story & Photography by Tony Centonze United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region recently held its annual Meeting and Campaign Celebration luncheon event at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center. This year’s theme was ‘For the Love of Community.’

Danielle & Davis Stack

Nearly 300 people attended this year’s luncheon, at which UW leadership recognizes campaign achievements, and honors volunteer leadership. Also taking place was the election of local officers and board members for the 2021-2022 campaign.

Donna Singleton & Alexis Goines

During the event, Executive Director Valerie Guzman and her team recognized United Way volunteers, contributors, workplace partners and partner agency programs dedicated to UW’s mission – the education, health and financial stability of local residents.

David Fitch & Eliot Fordham

This year’s Ben C. Parks award winner was Legends Bank for going over the top with their campaign. “Legends actually made an additional donation of the money that would have gone to their annual company Christmas party,” Guzman said. “This year’s Robert R. Welch Foundation Award was presented to Jack Turner and Don Jenkins for highest individual donor. Our 2020-2021 campaign raised $1,515,893.00, a record. I just want to say thanks to the entire community for stepping up during these difficult times to help us reach our goals, and make our community whole,” said Guzman.

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Erinne Hester & Yolonda Williams

Ashley Mynatt, Michael Rios & Chris Buerck

Lisa McClain & Ashley Travis

Sherry Nicholson & Becca Macpherson

Rich & Shelly Holladay

Michael Rios & Eric Lehman

Michelle Corkorean, Ashley Mynatt & Cpt. Liane Wilson

Jay Albertia & Steve Springer

Jeff Burkhart & Cindy Greene

Judge Ken Goble & Andrea Goble

Mayor Joe & Cynthia Pitts

Jean Adcock & Cindy Carpenter

Judy Cloud & Sandra Simms

Kimberly & O’Neal Wiggins

Kris Bacchus & Megan Setter

Judge Charles Smith, Melanie Mosier & Debbie Ashc

Kristin & Garrett Dickerson

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The Community Relations Unit acts as a focal point for police efforts to create and maintain a climate of cooperation and trust, to gather information about citizens' concerns, and to respond effectively to them. The mission of the Community Relations Unit is to do everything possible to keep channels of communication open between the Police Department and the public, and to assure that developing or potential problems are addressed constructively. The department’s awareness programs will focus on crime prevention based on annual crime data by crime types and geographic areas as well as address community perceptions and misperceptions of crime. The programs are designed to educate our community members on how they can lessen their chances of becoming a statistic. While these programs are only a small part of a comprehensive law enforcement effort, they focus on the prevention of crime from available crime data reports where improvement is essential to better serve its community.




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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze 931 Kicks & Apparel just opened inside the City Market on Franklin Street and is not like any store you’ve seen in Clarksville. Londyn Terry

“We do shoes that you’re not going to find at the regular retail stores,” Randy Watson said. “We’re looking at Jordan’s, Yeezy’s, Nike’s like Air Max and Paper Max. These shoes are wearable but they’re also collectible.

Randy Watson & Barbie Scudder

Many of the items in Watson’s store are produced in limited numbers and can be found on the booming secondary sneaker market. Supply and demand as well as social media trends determine values. Some are worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars. “No matter the value, some people still prefer to wear them,” Watson said. “We’ve been selling online for six years and finally decided to do the brick and mortar thing. Our price range usually tracks with market value so you’ll see an item’s price fluctuate from week to week. The secondary market is huge.”

Randy Watson & Jimmy Terry

Find them on Facebook, IG and Twitter at 931 Kicks & Apparel or call Randy at (931) 378-2649.

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B.S. in Aviation Science, Rotor Wing concentration Now accepting applications for Fall 2021 Austin Peay State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/ expression, disability, age, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, or any other legally protected class with respect to all employment, programs and activities sponsored by APSU. The Austin Peay State University policy on nondiscrimination can be found at Policy 6:003

HONORING THOSE WHO SERVED The story of every veteran’s life deserves to be shared and celebrated.

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Born and raised in Clarksville, Dr. Kevin Kennedy Jr. is a third generation local, small business owner in our community. His grandfather was a local barber in the St. Bethlehem area and his father has been committed to helping people in the legal profession locally for decades. Dr. Kennedy understands the privilege and responsibility of service to this community and is dedicated to providing the Clarksville and surrounding areas with the highest level of pediatric dental care as a commitment to the families here. Spring Creek Pediatric Dentistry specializes in the oral health and development of children and teens. Pediatric dentists are a selective group of dentists who have received extra, extensive training in growing healthy smiles. Clinical excellence for pediatric dentists involves advising the best time when dental treatment is recommended, what treatment should be performed, and how the treatment should be accomplished. Performing dental treatment on children too soon or too late, using less effective or outdated techniques, and neglecting the child’s overall experience can lead to a lot of frustration, anxiety, increased costs, and

unfortunately repeated or more invasive procedures later. With deep roots in our community Dr. Kennedy and his team pride themselves with a high standard of ethics for the long haul. Their definition of integrity is consistency in values and actions, and they are committed to applying this principle of integrity to the clinical and business practices. This means never recommending any treatment when it’s not necessary for the well being of your child. Integrity also means they demonstrate consistency in their billing practices and communications. They always make an extra effort to provide you with a thorough understanding of your dental benefits and help you understand why certain out of pocket costs may exist. Spring Creek Pediatric Dentistry strives to make its small place in this big world better everyday through kindness to the families they serve. From the first phone call to the explanation of dental benefits, they are committed to maintaining a kind demeanor to make the overall dental experience as positive as possible for your family. A fundamental aspect of our practice

MEDICAL PROFILE is being actively involved in the community. Dr. Kennedy and his team are fully invested in Clarksville and embrace the high expectations that come with being your family’s pediatric dental provider.

“Dr. Kennedy and his staff are amazing!! Super friendly and genuinely care about their patients. They went above and beyond to help my son with his dental emergency.” - Jennifer C. | Clarksville TN

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze

Bret Appleton & Michelle Gooden

Hundreds came out to Appleton Harley-Davidson recently for CFC 10, (Johnathan Ivey’s Cage Fighting Championships 10) an evening of mixed martial arts cage fights, staged outdoors. During the evening’s action, Cameron Day quickly defeated Curtis Lilly by TKO at 59 seconds into round 1 of 3. Some fights were ended by submission, others went the full three rounds and were decided by the judges.

Blue & Meredith Dominguez

Among the evening’s most anticipated match-ups were four title fights, one each in the lightweight, featherweight, middleweight and heavyweight divisions. Also, local fighter George Pieratt from Indian Mound was scheduled to take on lightweight champion Janie Vasquez. The event was sponsored by Appleton, Harris Holt Combat Sports, Blue Cord Realty and others.

Bobby Wheeler & Tosha Cantrell

Amanda Maely & Jeremiah Tuberville

Melanie Burns, Miranda Raschke & Tiffany Moranski

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SENIOR LIVING WITH CONTINUOUS ENGAGEMENT Senior Living at The Villages at the River Club means that our resident’s still continue to engage in spiritual, physical, medical and mental activities. For spiritual activities we offer daily devotionals that allow our residents to share their feelings of pain, sorrow or joy with others in a nonjudgmental session. We also have weekly “Life Talks” with our maintenance director who is also a pastor where discussions include: courage, forgiveness, and other topics that allow our residents to open up about their feelings, thoughts and fears with others in a safe environment. One of our residents also holds a monthly bible study group on the Book of Revelations which is a very popular topic. In regard to our physical engagement activities, we have many programs to encourage our residents to keep moving and build stamina. Some of our activities include: daily exercise class; weekly walking club; ballet for seniors; garden club; embroidery club and other special events like senior olympic games, golf putting tournaments, corn hole games, etc.

Mental engagement activities include a resident lead “travel slideshow”; trivia games; Bridge & other card games; puzzles; scavenger hunts; Jeopardy games and more! We also take day trips to museums, local restaurants, musical event, professional plays, casino visits etc. Our medical engagement activities include balance & gait measurements with our local home health care agencies; partnership with a medical doctor & nurse practitioner who make house calls; a partnership with a podiatrist who makes house calls; on-site flu & vaccine shots ; bi-monthly visits from The Medicine Shoppe for pharmacy & gift purchases. We also have our own home care services team that can assist our residents with bathing, dressing, medication reminders, laundry, housekeeping, and transportation as needed. Starting in September we will be having an on-site wellness team that will offer physical, speech & occupational therapy to keep our residents physically fit and assist them after a surgery or fall.

If you or a loved one desires a maintenance-free lifestyle with tons of amenities on a beautiful golf course, please reach out to us for a visit!

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Marcia Clark, Coffey Anderson & Nathan Clark

Sherry Nicholson, Shawnee Bledsoe, Kacie Bryant & Nikki Powell

Paula McWhirter & Tia Suiter

At The Ruby Cora Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Phillip & Beth Cales

Appleton Harley-Davidson, Heartwood, The Ruby Cora, Elmer Canas Jr., and LOCAL Clarksville came together recently to bring American country singer-songwriter and internet personality Coffey Anderson to Clarksville.

Elena Jarmillo & Kristen Brewer

Anderson is a consummate performer who has released eleven albums. He appeared on Nashville Star in 2008 where he was one of the twelve finalists in season 6, and made it to the Hollywood round on the 2003 season of American Idol. The evening was filled with Anderson’s unique blend of music and comedy. He spoke candidly with the audience about his life and family, which many are familiar with because of his Netflix show Country Ever After.

Kentucky Dom & Coffey Anderson

Armi & Paul Rhodes

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The ticket price included a charcuterie board crafted by Simply Catering by Lisa, non-alcoholic drinks and dessert. Kings Bluff Brewery was on hand to offer a selection of their locally crafted brews, and a good time was had by all. Anderson also took time to meet and greet with his fans after the show.

Lanesha Washington & Nivea Carter

J.D. & Samantha Lovell, LIsa Holt & Justin Wagner

Beatrice & Deon Richardson

Larry & Angela Lyle.

Coffey Anderson & Carly Pierce

Lisa Holt & Justin Wagner

Sherry Nicholson & Shawnee Bledsoe

Abby & Matt Luten, Elmer Canas

Tia Suiter & Mike Hodge

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Stephen Keese & Hannah Byard

Kacie Bryant & Nikki Powell

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Michelle Corkrean & Jennifer Alston

Ken Van Gundy & Mayor Joe Pitts

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RIBBON CUTTING Story & Photography by Tony Centonze

Ken Van Gundy & Kimberly Wiggins

An official Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting took place recently at KPower Staffing, a Memphis-based company that now offers its services in Clarskville.

Melinda Shepard & Phil Harpel

KPower Global Logistics handles everything from opening turnkey warehouses for our customers, meaning they ship in the product and we ship it out, to projects where we go into their building and handle everything for them,” says Ken Van Gundy Vice President over KPower’s staffing division, customer service and sales. Van Gundy says the staffing division was started out of necessity twenty years ago. Headquarted in Memphis Tennessee, KPower also has offices in Springfield, Tennessee as well as other locations throughout the United States.. “We are super excited to have our office open here in Clarksville,” Branch Manager Michelle Corkrean said. “We’re currently working with Electrolux Springfield and meeting with other area companies to bring them on board.” Phil Harpel & Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett

To apply for open positions or to find out how KPower can assist with your staffing needs visit or call them at (931) 542-2072. .

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Joe & Jennifer Alston

Ashley Mynatt, Michelle Corkrean & Kimberly Wiggins



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The popular belief is that anyone with any sort of medical degree can inject. This is somewhat true, however, not everyone should. There is a such thing as qualified and a cosmetic eye. I worked in wound care for longer than I can remember. I was good at it. I taught my peers and I made the doctors above me better with no credit to myself. It wasn’t about credit. It was about patient care. Unfortunately, I went through what most nurses do, burn out! I had to make a change. Having a career as a military spouse was difficult but starting a business as one was the most challenging and rewarding thing i would ever decide to do. I had no idea it would change my life. And so, with a dream and a vision Face Fabulous was born and what started as a hobby quickly turned into a success. It wasn’t about money it was about treating patients like family. A practice Medical entities frown upon so I went in a completely different direction. I went with what I had always loved. Patients and yes needles.... I don’t make lite of this decision. I simply knew. My only job in life with the degree that I never wanted but obtained suddenly made sense. Ahhhh. Purpose. I am here to

empower women. Women like my mother, my sister, my friends and my daughters as well as myself. As women, we are forced into a society that puts us into a box of how we should look, our size, behavior and our accomplishments. However, we are not the same. None of us, not a single one. Also, what I know is that we kind of we all have crowns, diversity, struggles, insecurities, and just those moments where we are hanging by a thread. Why do I say this? I say this because I am one of you. I am no different and I am no better. I do have a crown. I have to straighten it everyday. This is what has made me. It has made me different in business and it has made me strong in business. I will always be honest and ethical and love what I do for your best interest. I have sacrificed for who I am and could not be anything without my family. I do it because I’m teaching my family that the sacrifices they made for me to live my dream was not in vain. If you are honest and treat people well, it’s never about the money it’s about the family that you build within your business. It’s personal. My loyal patients are my family. I do what I do because I love it. And that! That is what makes me Face Fabulous! | 931-553-2262 | 149 Kender Rhea Ct Suite E Clarksville, TN 37043

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze The Wilson Theater was the site of the recent U. S. Army Fort Campbell Garrison Change of Command Ceremony from Colonel Jeremy D. Bell to Colonel Andrew Q. Jordan.

Col. Bryan & Jennifer Babich

The ceremony began with remarks and presentations by MG Joseph P. (JP) McGee, Commanding General, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) & Fort Campbell to the departing Colonel Bell and his family.

Danielle Foote & Manivanh Lindeman

Brenda Lee McCullough, Director, IMCOM-Readiness U.S. Army Installation Management Command Fort Bragg, North Carolina, was on hand for the ceremony. McCullough made light of Bell’s problemsolving approach, saying to much laughter from the audience. “We can’t provide MWR services in a Covid environment, well, let’s look at it like a 3-legged stool. Every Garrison Commander in my portfolio now thinks they can solve world peace with a 3-legged stool.”

Colonel Jeremy Bell

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She then thanked Col. Bell’s wife and children, and said to Col. Bell, “the Garrison and the community are richer because of your leadership.” Next, she turned her attention to incoming Garrison Commander Col. Jordan, saying, “He is a proven leader, who is ideally suited to lead this Fort Campbell team as they support the priorities and requirements set by MG McGee.”

Caroline Foote, Jacque Hanson & Col. Andrew Hanson

Fort Campbell Garrison Fire Chief Robert Coonce & Charlie Koon

Jackie Schowengerdt & Meredith Bell

John Williams & Dave Draper

Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts, Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett & Representative Jason Hodges

Kari Moore & Catherine Bertoldi

Karen Bell & Col. Jeremy Bell

Dr. Alex Jahangir, Ralph Schulz & BG (Ret.) Scott Brower

Rebecca Rush, Lauren & George Uribe

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Ashley Jackson & Josslyn Kimbrough

David Magers & Stephanie Taylor

Donald Groves & Ryan Bowie

David & Jo-Ann Thomack

Story & Photography by Tony Centonze After many months of not being able to stage live productions due to the pandemic, patrons of the beloved theater were excited for the announcement that live theater is returning to Clarksville this fall. Beth & Nick Kirby

Joan & Ernie DeWald

Guests enjoyed a celebration inside the historic Franklin St. building that featured a variety of great food provided by Edward’s Steakhouse and others, as well as a selection of beverages from M.B. Roland Distillery, Budweiser of Clarksville and more. Guests also enjoyed live music performed by local favorite, Music for Mercy. A sampling of this season’s scheduled productions includes musicals such as All Shook Up, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Schoolhouse Rock Live!, and The Color Purple. This season’s plays include Tea for Three, Freedom Train, The Vagina Monologues, The Agitators, Angels in America, Detroit ‘67, and more.

David & Ted Jones

Brad & Lisa Martin

Ashley Mynatt & David Shelton

Stacy Turner & Maggie Olson

Kurt & Kerri Kowalski

Steve Tyrrell & Jody Isaacs

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Sarah Sumpter, Kevin & Rhonda Kennedy

Shawna Michaud, Melissa Schaffner, Regina Maloney & Stacey Streetman

David & Marianne Straka

Larry & Barbara Goolsby, Lynn Boakes

O’Neal & Kimberly Wiggins

Mayor Joe & Cynthia Pitts

Kathy Kerchief, Stephanie Stafford & Amy Sturm

Ryan Bowie & Lynn Boakes

Billy Burgett & Karen Reynolds

Davis & Danielle Stack, Ashley Mynatt & Jason Beadnell

Nancy Ladd & Christina Clark

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Give Yourself What You Need To Be Healthy Look around. Observe the health of our nation. Are Americans getting healthier or sicker? I think you will agree that Americans overall are getting sicker.


exactly what this plant needs: water, sunlight, good nutrition, and love. We need adequate water daily. Did you know that drinking adequate water daily decreases your risk of every kind of cancer. It also decreases risk of obesity, high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes and many other chronic conditions.

The US pours more money into healthcare per capita than any other country in the world and yet it is one of the sickest industrialized countries. Why do you think this is so? Well, to help you answer this question, I want you to picture this plant. Does it look healthy? What does it need? Water. Sunlight. Good dirt or fertilizer. Maybe some TLC. I have asked this question to thousands of people and no one has said, “this plant needs a medication to make it feel better.” Why? because a disease is not caused by a lack of a medication. A disease is caused by a lack of nutrients that the body needs to repair itself. We need

We need real food, not processed “food substances.” The more natural something is, the better it is for you. Here’s a secret, man can never do better than God. In functional medicine, we help get to root causes of most chronic diseases so that you give your body what it needs to repair and heal itself, just the way God designed it to do, when you take care of it.

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Kevin & Michelle McPherson

Danielle & Davis Stack

Julie & Steve Lomax

Kim & Rob Bateman

Jill & Chris Standley

Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Congressman Mark Green recently held his 3rd Annual Red, White & Blues event at Old Glory Distilling Co. where he spoke to friends and supporters of the Dr. Mark Green For Congress Campaign. Guests enjoyed dinner from Clarksville’s Mission BBQ, and comments from Congressman Green, a physician, businessman and combat veteran who represents Tennessee’s 7th Congressional district in the United States House of Representatives.

Sara & Wes Golden

John & Kyong Dawson

Amy Lewis & Joyce Martin

Eric & Erin Yow

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Robert & Misty Nash

Camie Green & Amanda Engel

Joseph Cherry & Sharon Massey Grimes

Comgressman Mark Green & Sen. Bill Powers

Mac & Brenda Edington

Ellen Allen & Wendy Davis

Eva Cantrell, Patreece Jamgochian & Jerri Drass

Don & Deidra Parsons

Sarah Sumpter & Kevin Kennedy

Petra & Marco Medici

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At Travis Electrical Service, we pride ourselves on providing Five Star service to our customers. Our dedication to service doesn’t stop there, in fact, it starts by providing Five Star service to our team! We believe in having a company culture that exudes our Core Values of Trust, Excellence, and Service. What does that look like to our team? “What I would say is what anyone else would say that works here- we have camaraderie with our team. You can’t beat the people that work here- they are down to earth, family oriented, and holistic. It’s not just one thing that makes it great, it’s everything,” says electrician Kody Hathcock. “When our team is happy, that usually translates to happy customers. Happy customers often translates back to a happy team! It’s really quite refreshing to work alongside people who care as much as the team here does,” adds Travis Experience Coordinator, Jennifer Heck. Whether it be celebrating birthdays or work anniversaries, bringing in treats for the team, or coming together to help someone in need, you can bet that Team Travis will be getting it done! We would like to thank our team for the endless dedication to each other over the years, and for helping create one of the best places to work in the Clarksville area! If you’re interested in joining the team at Travis Electrical Service, feel free to stop by our office and fill out an application or email your resume to!

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze More than one-hundred people gathered Upstairs at Strawberry Alley recently to celebrate the retirement of Carole Dorris, Leadership Clarksville’s Executive Director since its founding thirty-four years ago.

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“She was hard to surprise,” Cheryl Lankford said, “Norman Quirion, Lisa McClain and myself put it together. She suspected somebody would throw a party, so when it came up I would say, surely somebody will do something, if not, we’ll just go celebrate in Nashville. Carole said, ‘oh, that’s a good idea’.’

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Graduates from many classes were on hand to celebrate the lady, whom many describe as ‘inspirational’. Many chipped in for some great retirement gifts, and a video played that featured graduates, friends and family who were unable to attend.

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“Carole is Leadership Clarksville,” Lankford said. “She has done so much for all of us. This is the least we could do for her.” Dorris was totally surprised. “I had no idea,” she said. “That video had me crying. I was emotional, but happy. I’m proud of what we’ve done. It couldn’t be this good without the wonderful volunteers and graduates who made it so. It was a team effort. And, the Board of Trustees just named me Director Emeritus, so they can’t get rid of me now.””

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Leading The Way In Revolutionary, Non-surgical Vein Treatments. Vein Care of Tennessee offers a world class pelvic venous center in Clarksville run by nationally-recognized experts in the field. Left to right: Sandra L. French, DNP, RN, APRN, FNP-BC and Stephen F. Daugherty, MD, FACS, FAVLS, RVT, RPhS

Pain of any kind may interfere with enjoyment of life or it may limit the ability to engage in normal daily activity or work. Additionally, chronic pain in the female pelvis may limit the joys of intimacy or it may prevent healthy sexual function altogether. Many women with symptoms of pelvic pain at rest, with exercise, or with intercourse suffer with undiagnosed or misdiagnosed and treatable pelvic venous disorders. Fortunately, improvements in diagnostic pelvic venous ultrasound techniques and an improved understanding of pelvic venous issues allows diagnosis of problems that often have been overlooked in the past.

well. Special abdominal and pelvic venous ultrasound examinations identify the enlarged veins and the flow direction and speed of flow to find the source of the venous problem and pain.

pelvic venous ultrasound exams. A thorough evaluation of the likely causes of the pain (which may be more than one source) and skilled treatment of the most likely source of the pain are important as well.

Obstruction or blockage of pelvic veins is the most common venous cause of chronic pelvic pain. Treatment consists of confirmation of the diagnosis by means of venograms, injection of a drug into the veins through the leg to show the flow of blood on X-ray, and by intravascular ultrasound (IVUS). IVUS involves ultrasound imaging of the vein wall and the shape and length of the narrowing of The first problem that comes to mind relative the vein with a small catheter inside the vein. to female pelvic pain is the reproductive or Once the nature of the problem is confirmed, urinary tract. A number of abnormalities of a small metal stent is placed through a 3 mm the ovaries, uterus, or Fallopian tubes do cause long incision in the groin. chronic pelvic pain in some women. Other abnormalities that may be seen on routine A few patients with chronic pelvic pain have gynecologic ultrasound may be blamed for the enlarged veins in the abdomen or pelvis that pain even though they may not be the source allow blood to run toward the feet when sitting of the pain. or standing. This abnormal reversal of venous blood flow may increase the pressure in veins of Varicose veins in the pelvis associated with the pelvis leading to pain. Ovarian or iliac vein high pressures within the veins often are the reflux (reversal of blood flow) can be treated source of pelvic pain or pain with intercourse by injections of a drug or small platinum coils lasting longer than 6 months. These enlarged into the abnormal veins to seal them shut. veins may be missed on routine gynecologic ultrasound exams and on CT or MRI scans of The key to relieving pain for these patients is the abdomen and pelvis since special techniques to first do the diagnostic venous ultrasound are necessary to evaluate the venous system exam in a specialized facility with expertise in

At VeinCare Centers of Tennessee in Clarksville, Tennessee, we have a team of expert nurses, vascular ultrasound technologists, an experienced Nurse Practitioner, and surgeon who see pelvic pain patients on a daily basis. We treated the patients and wrote the first peer-reviewed medical journal article about stenting compressed veins in the pelvis for chronic pelvic pain with excellent results (Daugherty and Gillespie, Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders, 2015). Most of our pelvic venous patients are treated in the state-of-the-art vascular interventional suite in our office under conscious sedation and go home about two hours after treatment. The vast majority of treated patients report complete or very substantial improvement in their pain symptoms ranging from almost immediate to a month after treatment. If you know someone who suffers from pain in the pelvis lasting longer than 6 months with no solution in sight, we offer a world class pelvic venous center in Clarksville run by nationally recognized experts in the field.

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Tennessee State Veterans Home recently hosted a Veterans Health Fair, which included free health screenings, VA benefits assistance, special guests, live music and much more. Cynthia & Mayor Joe Pitts

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“Today’s event is a chance for us to show what the TN State Veterans Home has to offer,” Suzanne Hogan said. “We have a lot of vendors here from different Veterans agencies and health care agencies. It’s a great way for us to network with Veterans and local businesses, represent our facility, and get information out to the community.” At the event, visitors could get free health screenings, participate in a Red Cross blood drive, tour the facility, meet with Veterans Resource Officers and more. In addition to live music, there were food trucks and door prizes.

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“Our capacity is 108 residents,” Hogan said. “We’re close to being full, but still accepting new referrals. We have several home health agencies here today. We have a wonderful therapy company that does a lot of shortterm rehab to home. Veterans can come here, get better, then go home and work with these home care agencies. We also have a lot of Veterans agencies that can help with benefits and such.”

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Clarksville Rotary Club recently held its annual Paul Harris Luncheon at First Baptist Church. It was Kimberly Wiggins’ last meeting as President. “This past year has been a whirlwind of fun,” Wiggins said. “I’ve been figuring out how to continue to serve in the midst of a pandemic. We didn’t get to stop. There were unique challenges, like Zoom being the new normal, and figuring out how to meet people where they are.” Danielle & Davis Stack

During Wiggins’ tenure, Rotary Club projects included repainting the Liberty Park playground, Stuffing the Bus for the CMC Education Foundation, and a variety of other endeavors that directly benefited the people of Clarksville-Montgomery County. “I learned a lot,” Wiggins said. “For example, we can get away from the status quo, ‘used to’ doesn’t mean ‘have to’. We can be innovative and creative, and even more inclusive. We have seventy-seven members and we were named club of the year for our district.” President Elect Chris Buerck said, “What we do, changes with the needs of the community. That’s what Rotary is here for, to meet the needs of our community. Our club has a great voice, and I plan to continue this group’s legacy of being there when our community needs us. Service above self is our motto. We’re going to keep that going. We’ll be announcing some big plans soon.”

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When Tampa Bay Buccaneers Coach Rick Christophel came to Clarksville recently he brought along his reently-acquired Vince Lombardi trophy, which was the talk of the Clarksville High School Football Alumni Club Dinner at Edward’s Steakhouse.

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“I was at APSU three different times,” Christophel said. “As a player and graduate assistant, as an assistant coach, and then as head coach from 2007 to 2012. Gary Shephard and I played together and coached together. He’s a very good man.” The dinner is one of the club’s annual fundraisers, a club that was founded by District Attorney John Carney in 2013.

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“John started the group, and currently serves as president” Gary Shephard said. “Jimmy Bryant, Michael Rye and myself are on the board ,and Dr. Howard is the executive director. It’s the third year for our steak dinner fundraiser, which is one of our two annual fund raising events. We also put on a golf tournament which is coming up in August. The money we raise is currently going to pay off the press box we built at CHS.”

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clarksville recently held its annual Bowl For Kids Sake Bankers Challenge at the Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center. “Tonight is the Bankers Challenge portion of our annual fundraiser,” Chris Buerck said. “Bowl For Kids Sake is a community-wide effort, but tonight is when we come together with just members of our local financial institutions. They have all worked together to form teams. Those teams compete with other teams at their own bank, as well as with teams from other banks. They get pretty competitive, trying to see who can raise the most money for BBBS.” Buerck says the Bankers Challenge has become quite successful. She has plans to maybe offer similar challenges to other Clarksville professionals. “This is a huge deal,” Buerck said. “The Bankers Challenge can raise as much or more than our entire community challenge. We are so thankful for how our local banks support mentoring in this community. Things are going well. We beat last year’s totals, and we beat the goal we had set for this year’s Bankers Challenge, by raising $25,766. Of that total, F & M Bank raised $13,433.”

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The Women Veterans of America recently honored one of their own, Nettie Thomas, with a special 80th birthday celebration at Magical Moments Event Center.

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After proclamations from Governor Lee, Mayor Pitts, and Yolanda Williams, National Commander, Women Veterans of America, were read, Thomas took a few minutes at the podium to say thanks. She read from her comments entitled ‘reflection and gratitude’. She began, “I had many questions ... how do I raise myself to be a friend, woman, and mother, of worth and respect.” She concluded her comments with, “It is by the grace of God that I will pursue friendship, love, compassion, gratitude, hope and change, all the days of my life.” She then dedicated I Will Always Love You to all her guests.

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Monica Meeks spoke about her friend and mentor. “Joe Shakeenab and I were witnessing how active Nettie is in the community,” Meeks said. “And we decided we wanted to honor this great lady. When she said she was planning her 80th birthday party, we said, no way we’re going to let her give herself a birthday party. So, Joe and I partnered up to honor her on this special day. She is a great lady, and she is certainly hard to keep up with.

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze The Talley Hall Event Center recently celebrated its grand opening on Harnett Court, with a party that showed off the facility its partners, and their ability to make any upcoming event special. Tables were decorated in multiple themes, vendors of all types were on hand, and there was no shortage of delicious food and beverages.

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One of the highlights of Fort Campbell’s 2021 Week of the Eagles was the Honorary Air Assault Ceremony which took place at Sabalauski Air Assault School.

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A series of tents were set up for an afternoon Pinning of Wings ceremony honoring Vietnam Veterans. The front nine rows were reserved for the soldiers who would receive their long-overdue Air Assault wings. In August, 1968 the Screaming Eagles shed their parachutes in favor of helicopter-borne operations, earning a new designation – the 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile). In February, 1974, then MG Sidney Berry signed Division General Order 179 authorizing wear of the new Airmobile (later Air Assault) qualification badge.

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Retired MG Brian Winski was instrumental in organizing this honorarium for Vietnam Veterans then- assigned to the Division. At the ceremony, more than 450 were in attendance. They were supported by hundreds of family members and friends.

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L.O.S.S. - 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PRESENTS THE TREVA GORDON STORY Lending Our Shared Stories (L.O.S.S.), a grief support organization, will celebrate 2 years of helping individuals who deal with grief and loss on October 9, 2021, at the Roxy Regional Theatre located in Clarksville, TN. L.O.S.S. was established by Treva Gordon in October of 2019. Their mission is about helping people heal from all types of losses: Loved Ones, Spouse, Relationship, Pet, Divorce, Child, Identity, Health, Financial, etc. This event will highlight an evening of fun and shared stories to include star studded performances coming to the stage. Comedy by Simone Bryant James, Fashion Show by Jonathan Johnson, Carlos, and Carmen Gloria, Motivational Speaking by Chris Zander, Music by Robyn Renei, NOREZ, Selena, and Renee’ Craig. Plus a Silent Auction, Giveaways, and More. Also, a snippet premiere of Harriet Tubman in FREEDOM TRAIN presented by The Roxy. Treva Gordon shines the light of her truth on stage in this breath-taking musical performance depicting a timeless scene from her life’s story in a transparent way revealing her truth and pain of heartbreak and loss after her husband Robert passed away. From her brokenness, she discovers her path and sees the light. Music performed by Renee’ Craig, and featuring Praise Dance by Kiya Scott TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE AT GENERAL $30 VIP $65 (VIP Seating, appetizers, gift bag, plus Red Carpet Experience) Limited - VIP PLUS $100 (Same as VIP package above, plus photos with the cast) THE TREVA GORDON STORY – RISE “I’VE GOT THE VICTORY” A Treva Gordon Production Written by Treva Gordon and Directed by Ryan Bowie

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze The summer concert series Friday Night Live at Old Glory Distilling Co. is back and better than ever. The venue brings in live music by the area’s most entertaining bands, food trucks, games for the kids, and some delicious specialty drinks you can’t get anywhere else. “We have As Is playing tonight,” Matt Cunningham said. “They are playing some phenomenal music, and we have a great crowd. It’s great to have the community out to not only enjoy the music but all the fun and games, the food trucks, and obviously our spirits here as well.” As Is consisted of Cindy McElroy and Ivan Colon of The Beagles, accompanied by Sam Haines and Dan Colon. The group played an acoustic set with a lot of classic 60’s and 70’s music, to which the audience really connected.

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“We’ve got Big Mike’s Little Doughnuts, Legends Smokehouse, Gray Smoke Barbecue, No Way Jose, and NY City Hot Dogs,” Cunningham said. “The vendors rotate from event to event, for variety. This is something we do every other Friday. We alternate weeks with Downtown Commons.”

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focusing on what matters most,” said Brookdale President and Chief Executive Officer Lucinda (Cindy) Baier. She added, “While maintaining high-quality standards during the pandemic, our teams made huge extra efforts to help protect our residents from hurricanes and wildfires, including evacuating residents and their pets when necessary.”

This was a survey of resident, family member, and friend’s satisfaction with senior living communities. J.D. Power recently announced Brookdale ranked #1 Highest in Customer Satisfaction as well as #1 in Assisted Living & Memory Care communities. Additionally, Brookdale was ranked #1 in these four factors: Community Staff, Resident Activities, Resident Apartment & Living Unit, and Community Buildings and Grounds. “I am so proud of our over 46,000 associates, who have earned this recognition. They have worked tirelessly during these extraordinary times on behalf of our residents and patients,

“My gratitude continues for the Brookdale Everyday Heroes and the personal sacrifices they make to help support the health and wellbeing of our residents twenty-four hours a day, every single day.” Our local Brookdale Clarksville Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care leads our area in senior care. From community outreach and connection to day-to-day care of residents, Brookdale Clarksville stands head and shoulders above the crowd. Looking at Dawn Sawyer, Marie Eppes, and the entire Brookdale Clarksville team, it is abundantly evident how Brookdale Senior Living swept so many categories in the J.D Power Awards.

“This is an incredible testament to the resilience and dedication of our teams. They have made countless sacrifices to successfully lead through the largest global health crisis in our lifetimes and an economic crisis while serving those most vulnerable to coronavirus.”

For more information about Brookdale Clarksville Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care call 931-645-6945. Brookdale Clarksville is located at 2183 Memorial Dr, Clarksville, TN 37043.

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Oak Grove Racing, Gaming & Hotel recently hosted its first Rhythm & Brews Festival, a craft beer and music event that featured more than fifty beers, a bourbon and cigar tasting tent, food trucks, and live bands throughout the day.

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Derick & Ranida Criss

The fun began at 12:30 with Kyle Mercer opening the show. JMay & ZBro took the stage at 2 p.m. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers tribute band The Wildflowers did a 90-minute set, followed by Nashville’s all-star cover band Rock United, and then headliner Little Texas. Oak Grove Gaming is now booking events at its outdoor amphitheater, billed as “a state of the art entertainment facility located on the infield of our Harness Racetrack. From music festivals to national headliners, you’ll be feeling the Vegas Vibes when you attend a concert ...” So far, the amphitheater has welcomed Blue Oyster Cult, and Little Texas as headliner for Rhythm & Brews. They recently announced upcoming events featuring John Michael Montgomery for September 2nd, and Air Supply for September 3rd.

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Jennifer Moore & Scott Haynes

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Thanks to the efforts of the Montgomery County Veterans Coalition and State Representative Jason Hodges, the State of Tennessee has taken steps through newly passed legislation to encourage veterans to take advantage of the opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors at Tennessee State parks. HB322, sponsored by Representative Jason Hodges and Dr. Richard Briggs, was signed into law by Governor Bill Lee in May. The bill as passed gives Tennessee veteran residents with a 100% disability rating a 50% discount on all lodging in state parks, to include cabins, hotels, and campgrounds. “This legislation is an important part of building strong families and more stable environments for veteran households”, according to MCVC Executive Director Sherry Pickering. One study by researchers from the VA and the University of Michigan showed a positive correlation between outdoor activities and long-term psychological well-being. Veterans were surveyed one week before, one week after, and one month after a wilderness experience. Physical and mental health issues that were interfering with their daily lives were reported by more than half the participants prior to the study. Two thirds of the participants reported a 10% or greater improvement in the reduction in their stress levels, social functioning, and an overall sense of well-being one week after the outdoor activity.

These results echo those of another study conducted by Dr. Jennifer Romesser, a clinical psychologist with the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System in Utah. Romesser says, “Nature can help reconnect Veterans with the experience of positive emotion and develop a renewed sense of awe and appreciation for the outdoors.” That’s exactly what Pickering hopes. “We need to get veterans out and active. Going to state parks is a way for them to be in an environment in which they’re comfortable. And with the discount, even veterans on disability can afford to enjoy a state park,” Pickering adds. “This part of a larger effort to reduce our devastating veteran suicide number. This program allows our veterans to come to our parks to reconnect with their families in an environment that promotes peace and tranquility.” In 2019, Tennessee was home to more than 460,000 veterans, and 21,000 of those have a 100% disability rating. While the new legislation could amount to approximately $40,000 in lost revenue for state parks, that is easily offset by the more than $2.9 billion contributed annually into the state’s economy by veterans, with an additional $2.8 million from education, vocation, and employment benefits. The MCVC would like to give a special thanks to Legislative Liaison Ronnie Glenn, Communication and Education Specialist Savannah Renslow, MCVC member Curtis Driver, and Senator Dr. Richard Briggs.

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Frankie Ramos, Jerry Claudio, Joe Krupp & Reinaldo Dones

Story & Photography by Tony Centonze

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Clarksville Fire Rescue and Police Department along with Montgomery County Sheriff ’s Office, EMS, EMA and Volunteer Fire Department recently worked together to organize a First Responders ‘Remember the Badges’ Blood Drive with the American Red Cross. “We’re doing this blood drive in remembrance of the 2,977 innocent lives that were lost on 9/11,” CFR Asst. Chief Michael Rios said. “We’ve all partnered with the American Red Cross on this. They do so much for us, so anytime we’re able to help them, we show up. Today is our first organized event.”

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Pamela Holz is Executive Director of the Tennessee River Chapter of American Red Cross. “We’re so excited to be here at Immaculate Conception’s Family Life Center,” Holz said. “It’s a way for us to collect much needed blood units while remembering the First Responders, and everyone who perished on 9/11. We’re so thankful for all our local First Responders who have helped us make this drive successful. They’ve done a great job of getting the word out in the community.”

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Officer Dylan Lawrence & Angela Moody

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Madlene Aichinger, Michael Rios & Dallin Bridges

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MG JP McGee addresses soldiers and guests at the Week of the Eagles Division Review

Spc. Chris Hunt, Sgt. John Dunn, Spc. John Sokolik & Sgt. Sam Banach

Fort Campbell Division Pass In Review Story & Photography by Tony Centonze

Pete MIraldi

Megan & Casey Fallin

During this year’s Week of the Eagles, Major General JP McGee, commanding General, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell led a Division Review, which was attended by hundreds at the Division Parade Field. It was an impressive sight to see, as thousands of troops were lined-up in formation. Guests stood for Ruffles and Flourishes, and then a driveby inspection of the troops took place, with MG McGee being joined by two WWII Veterans. After the National Anthem and invocation, MG McGee and CSM Veronica Knapp were on the field for a presentation of awards, including presentations to the 2021 winners in the Best Air Assault Competition. MG McGee’s remarks were followed by a reading of the Soldier’s Creed, a full Pass In Review, and an Aviation Fly-Over. The ceremony concluded with a performance of the Screaming Eagles Song and The Army Song.

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CSM (Ret) Bob Steele & Sgt. Major (Ret) Duane Soumis

Charlie Koon & Walt Lord

Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts & Oak Grove Mayor Theresa Jarvis

Spc. William Forehand, SSG David Hayes, SSG Jarrod Stover

Kelli Pendleton & Sgt. Major Stephen Weiss.

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David & Cindy McElroy, Lynn & Dwight Staggs

Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Janice & Daniel Walker

Hilltop Grocery Store recently hosted a BBQ in support of Wes Golden’s candidacy for Montgomery County Mayor. The event featured BBQ by Lannom’s low and Slow BBQ, and Hilltop Supermarket. The Back Lot Pickers provided great live music, and U Jumpin’ Foulks brought out the bounce houses to keep the kids busy.

Eric, Erin, Emmalyn & Elyza Yow

“We are so grateful to everyone who came out here today to support us in everything we are trying to do,” Golden said. “We’re so grateful for Hilltop. They do so much for this community already, and for them to come out and host this for us, it’s just amazing.”

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“We’re overwhelmed by the turnout today. I guess we prayed the bad weather away. And, I think everyone is enjoying the live music. I want to thank Donald and Lucian Greene for playing for us this afternoon. I would like to thank all the guys who helped, and are helping, prepare and serve this delicious BBQ, and Mike Foulks for bringing out the inflatables for the kids to enjoy.”

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Connie Miller & Johnny Binkley

Stacy & Bill Beltz

Sara Golden & Norman Quirion

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Gayle & David Bonner, Daniel Walker

Jamie Peltz & Connor Noe

Jeff Henley & Neil Stauffer

Kyong & John Dawson

Lisa McClain & Danielle Stack

Lynn & Dwight Staggs

Joe Smith & Aubre Rios

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Eden Day Spa & Salon opened its doors in June of 1997. Locally owned and operated, the vision of Eden began in 1995 with dreams of being a retreat for women and men to relax, refresh and rejuvenate.


Eden is a full concept AVEDA salon. All of our stylists are highly trained and educated in providing a journey from the moment guests enter the salon to the time that they leave. Prepare for a complete experience from our signature scalp massage to the mimosa in your hand. We seek to provide more than a color, haircut or style, but to make you a part of our family.

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze F & M Bank’s Franklin Room was the site of a very special reunion during Fort Campbell’s Week of the Eagles.

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Sammy Stuard & Colonel (Ret) Gary Bridges

“This was the 30th anniversary of Operation Desert Storm,” Lt. Gen. (Ret) Mike Oates said. “We had 101st Airborne Division Veterans who participated in that conflict, Senior Battalion and Brigade Commanders, Division Staff, Commanding General, General Peay, and Corps Commander, General Luck.” “It was a reunion of sorts. These were young officers thirty years ago. Now, we’re all retired from active duty, but there were about fifteen retired General Officers present, people who went on to great careers after Desert Storm. It was an amazing group of people to serve with. Generals Peay and Luck are both retired 4-star Generals, now in their 80’s.”

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“It was great to catch up with these old friends and colleagues. The event was sponsored by the Fort Campbell Historical Foundation. We said farewell to outgoing Director CSM (Ret) Rob Nichols and briefed everyone on the progress being made on the Wings of Liberty Museum. We anticipate starting construction on the museum in the summer of 2022 and opening to the public during Week of the Eagles 2025,” said Lt. Gen. (Ret) Mike Oates.

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CSM (Ret) Steve Weiss & CSM (Ret) Larry Ryles

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General (Ret) Gary Luck & MG (Ret) Brian Winski

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Waterdogs Scuba & Safety LLC provides training through the American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Emergency First Responder, and Diver’s Alert Network. We train healthcare professionals and the lay person alike. Every week they offer courses in BLS for the Healthcare Provider, Bloodborne Pathogens, Oxygen Administration, First Aid, and CPR/AED. These courses can be tailored for emergencies involving adults, children, and infants. If you need to be OSHA compliant or just want to be able to help in emergencies we have the course for you. Courses can be taught right at your workplace, daycare, remote wilderness location or at our facility. | 931-389-3483 |

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Clarksville’s Bikers Who Care recently hosted its annual Red, White & Brewfest, one of the annual events the organization holds to raise money for local children’s charities, including Camp Rainbow. Ashley Moore & Ashley Frost

“This is actually our ninth year for Brewfest,” Chuck Bailey said. “We were supposed to be at the ten year mark, but COVID-19 prevented us from hosting Brewfest last year. This is the first time we’ve done it here at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center. This location gives us more room, it has air conditioning and great amenities. It just works better.”

Sherine Lautrup & Jamie Andress

In recenty years, the members of BWC have been able to raise in excess of $100,000 annually, all of which goes to local children’s charities. Toy Run is BWC’s biggest fundraiser. The organization’s Brewfest has grown steadily since its inception, and the group’s Oktoberfest is another highly anticipated community event.

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“This year, we have more than eighty craft beers and micro-brews, from close to forty different breweries,” Bailey said. “Each one offers two or three different selections, so I think everyone will have a great variety to choose from today. Coming soon, we’ve got the Toy Run, and then it will be time for Oktoberfest. Brewfest has been a good thing for us. We get to interact with lots of folks, and all this benefits local kids.”

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The Air Assault Team The Air Assault Team is a local real estate team in Clarksville serving Montgomery County and the surrounding areas. The team was founded in 2002 by the late Valerie Hunter-Kelly and her husband Mark Kelly. The teams missions is to to provide dependable, exceptional and comprehensive services that assists our clients in realizing their real estate goals and dreams. “We want to be knowledgeable regarding the status of our local real estate market while recognizing that purchasing a home is the most important investment that any family or individual will make...that is an important step to personal wealth building,” says Mark. In 2020 The Air Assault Team helped 120 families find homes to call their own and raise their families, attend a great school system and take advantage of the extraordinary amenities Clarksville and surrounding communities offer. And thus far in 2021 their goal is to help 100 families find and purchase a home that meets their needs. “We have added new and energetic Team members that are enthusiastic to live our core values and Vision and Mission Statements. Our team fully understands that providing GREAT customer service is how we sustain our business for the long term,” Kelly says. The Air Assault Team was very blessed to received the Keller Williams Realty Platinum award for the aforementioned 120 transaction sides (sellers/buyers) yielding a sales volume of $24,765,350 and Gross Commission Income of $753,567.00.

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Story & Photography by Tony Centonze Clarksville Regional Airport recently hosted the Clarksville Chamber’s Business After Hours For July. Clinton Wesson & Jamie Durrett

Lindsay Ejnik & Dr. Lorneth Peters

The Thursday afternoon event came at the end of a three-day visit by the Commemorative Air Force B17 Texas Raiders, from Conroe, Texas. So, in addition to the normal food, fun and networking, guests at July’s Chamber event had the opportunity to learn about/see historic military aircraft, up close. “Business After Hours was fantastic, I tell ya ...” CRA’s John Patterson said. “The Chamber has promised us we can have that July spot for future BAH events. That’s so much better for us. It works out with the extra daylight, that we can bring aircraft up for people to interact with. Of course, we always try to do great food and entertainment. We had Nicoletta’s catering for this one. It just all came together so well this time.”

Dan Moore & Tia Blaine

Sara & Wes Golden

Patterson announced that the airport will be hosting Flying High this Fall, the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center’s annual fundraiser.

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