||[06 Nov 2006|11:51pm]
November 20 for Eagle Appreciation Day on the Division Parade Field. Everything is free (except for alcoholic beverages)! The crisp air will be filled with the sounds of live music featuring Darryl Worley, Ricochet, Chely Wright and Rick Monroe.
||[01 Aug 2006|07:03pm]
Is anyone bored and want to go take a picture of a house for me?? I have 2 houses I want to rent, and I am not down there, but I want to see what they look like, or maybe get an idea of the area, if you would like to help me, please email me at email@example.com.
They are both in Clarksville, one off 101/Peachers Mill and the other is off Dover Rd.
Thanks so much!!
||[29 Jun 2006|08:15pm]
Alright, one is, do you guys know if Tricare gives you insurance after you ets out. Like does it stay with you for a month or so? Just wondering about till we find jobs.
Then, ok, my parents think I should stay here and keep working and not go back to campbell, save my money and not worry about moving for 4-5 months cause we are just going to be coming back home. But then I want to have my own space, I've been here for the whole deployment, and I'm ready to be a family again. I want my son and his dad to be together, and I dont think I could stand to be here while he's down here. But I just dont know what to do. And then it's like my parents are keeping me hostage, they don't want me to take my son, but it's like, HELLO!! I'm almost 26, I have my own family now and my own decisions. We have saved up a lot of money, so I mean we aren't getting out of the Army broke. We could live off our savings for 6 months if we had to, but we won't. But it's just the fact that I need someone to help me move, and I have 2 cars to take back there and they are giving me craps about it. Just frusterating. They don't get why I say I want my own space, they are like, we help you all the time, i'm like yes, but i also want to discipline my son myself, de-grandpaize him (he's way too into my dad and it bugs me) that my own kid doesn't even cry for me, just my dad. So I wanted to go to campbell in like august, get situated, settled, make sure son will sleep in his new toddler bed and get familiar with the surroundings, but they don't like that idea. Hubby thinks it is a good idea to save money and keep working but he also wants to see us. And I don't get vacation at the job, so a short weekend trip just isn't gonna cut it. It's just so hard, it's already been a hard year, but no one realizes how hard it is living with your parents. Everyone is like how can you do that, I couldn't. I'm like to save money, that's the only reason and now I want out! I know this is blabbering but I Just want other people's opinions, thanks so much guys!
||[19 Jun 2006|03:47pm]
Ok hubby wants to try and rent a house for the last 5 months we are down at Campbell. He would like to try and be away from the hussle, if we can. Last time we lived off Dover Rd in a house, in Indian Mound, but does anyone know of any places like towards Gate 10 or Woodlawn or places I could look online to see what's avaliable out there?
||[08 Mar 2006|04:38pm]
Ok I know that probably none of you have had to deal with this before,
since your all still in the military, but hubby is set to ETS Jan 07. We are
wanting to purchase a house either right before that or right around that, but I
wanted to know if anyone knew anything about how it would work. Let's say he
doesn't necessarily have a job lined up right after, and if I dont have one yet,
cause I'll still be down here until we leave. I mean, I know he gets
unemployment and we wanted to enjoy some family time together but how would they
approve us or even if at all. Should we maybe try and buy but not close till
after he's out, or any clues? I dont want to start with a mortgage person yet,
because we just paid off the last of his bad credit stuff, so in 90 days is when
we should start trying to get pre-approved to even see what they say, but just
any input is awesome, thanks!
||[16 Jan 2006|07:55pm]
Well been depressed lately. what else is knew. Sadly what else is knew. I found out today when the 101st is leaving , and man am i glad we are outta here come Jan 31 2007. Any chance left to reelist just went down the drain today. Brian said no way in heck. Does anyone know of a church in the area thats laid back . We used to go to the bridge and I want to go again, but also like checking out what else is out there. Well there is my rambling for the day, glad i could share it with this community :)
||[02 Dec 2005|08:47am]
1-17 The Roxy presents "A Christmas Carol"
Roxy Regional Theater, Clarksville | (931) 645-7699
Local theater production of a Dickens Christmas classic. Shows run Wed-Sat. through Dec. 17.
1-26 Christmas on the Cumberland 5pm
Riverside Dr., Clarksville | (931) 645-7476
Walk thru nearly one-mile of whimsical holiday scenes with over 2 million twinkling lights.
3 Hopkinsville Christmas Parade 10am
Main St., | 1-800-909-9016
Come out and and celebrate the "Joy of Christmas" in downtown Hopkinsville!
3 Brunch with Santa 10am-Noon
D WRec | 798-7391
Bring your children out to have brunch with Santa. There will be brunch, pizza and
drinks, a visit by Santa, a coloring contest, and door prizes all for just $3. You can take a
picture of your child with Santa or we will take one for you for a small additional charge.
4 Clarksville Christmas Parade 2pm
Downtown, College St. | 931-320-1057
Join the Clarksville community in celebrating Christmas.
5-9, 12-16 Clarksville Trees of Christmas 930am-2pm
Smith Trahern Mansion, Clarksville | (931) 648-5727
View 15-20 beautifully decorated Christmas Trees at Smith Trahern Mansion.
Admission is $2 for adults. Free Open House on Dec. 4, 2-5pm.
8 Christmas Tree Lighting 445pm
Division Headquarters | 798-7535
Come join MWR for the annual lighting of the Fort Campbell Christmas Tree. There will be
music by the Fort Campbell High School Band, Hot Chocolate provided by the BOSS
Program, lighting of the Division tree and a special visit from Santa Claus. Sponsored by
Wings of Liberty, Saturn of Clarksville, Pioneer Services, Home Depot and 5 Star Radio.
8 "A Noel Nighty Night" - Storytelling by Diana Rae 630pm
Wilson Theater | 798-7535
A free family concert and storytelling by Diana Rae. Diana Rae has touched the hearts of
young and old with her music and inspiring performance. There will be gifts for children and
door prizes for toys. Seating is limited, first come first served. Sponsored by Wings of Liberty
10 The Pennyrile Polar Express 4-6pm
Mark your calendars for this free holiday event. Santa will be at the L&N Depot reading a
classic Christmas story, The Polar Express. Other activities include free horse and buggy
rides as well as a train demonstration and display at the Pennyroyal Area Museum.
10 "Magic at Campbell" Holiday Celebration 10am-3pm
Family Resource Center, 1501 William C. Lee Rd. | 270-885-9096
Hopkinsville Military Affairs Committee presents "Magic at Campbell" in honor of Fort
Campbell Soldiers & families. Children will be able to visit with Santa. Free food, games &
presents! Awesome door prizes. Military families only.
10 Holiday Cookie Making 10am-4pm
Lee/Pierce Village Housing Office, 4199 Morgan Rd. | 270-431-2736
Kids and parents are invited to help us bake and take cookies for the holidays! Bring a
container to carry them home. All residents are welcome – kids under 7 must be accompanied
by a parent. RSVP by Dec. 7!
11, 17-18 Santa Phone Calls 2-6pm
D WRec | 798-7391
Would your child like to be called by Santa? Give D W a call and we will make the
arrangements! Just give us some basic information and pick one of the available three
dates and you will receive a special call from Santa!
12 Santa Visits FCFH 4pm-6pm
FCFH Offices 270-431-2736
We invite all residents to bring their kids out for a picture with Santa. We can take a
Polaroid picture or email a digital picture free of charge. Dec. 12 - Hammond Heights,
Dec. 13 - Werner Park, Dec. 14 - Lee/Pierce Village.
Dec. 25 & Jan.1 Holidays at D WRec 1pm-10pm
D WRec | 798-7391
Too much company? Bored in the barracks? Come out and join us on Christmas Day
and New Years Day. The recreation center will be open. We will have special treats
throughout the day and special prize bingo at 3pm on Christmas.
||[31 Oct 2005|01:01pm]
Fun, Food, Faith & Friends
All Moms are Invited!
1st Tuesday of Every Month
1000 Classroom #1
Army Community Hospital
Contact the Hospital Chapel
For More Information: 798-8464
||[28 Oct 2005|10:55am]
I don't know how many of you have pets, but I think I should send this
out to everyone so you can know this and forward it on to all the
pet-lovers you know.
This is something that needs to be passed on. Please help prevent this
from happening again!
I recently had a neighbor who had their 5-year-old German shepherd dog
put down due to liver failure. The dog was completely healthy until a few
weeks ago. They had a necropsy done to see what the cause was. The liver
levels were unbelievable, as if the dog had ingested poison of some kind.
The dog is kept inside, and when he's outside, someone's with him, so the
idea of him getting into something unknown was hard to believe. My
neighbo! r started going through all the items in the house. When he got to
the Swiffer Wetjet he noticed, in very tiny print, a warning which stated
"may be harmful to small children and animals." He called the company to
ask what the contents of the cleaning agent are and was astounded to find
out that antifreeze is one of the ingredients. (Actually he was told it's
a compound which is one molecule away from antifreeze.) Therefore, just by
the dog walking on the floor cleaned with the solution, then licking its
own paws, it ingested enough of the solution to destroy its liver. Soon
after his dog's death, his housekeepers' two cats also died of liver
failure. They both used the Swiffer Wetjet for quick cleanups on their
floors. Necropsies weren't done on the cats, so they couldn't file a
lawsuit, but he asked that we spread the word to as many people as
EVEN IF YOU DO NOT OWN A PET PLEASE FORWARD THIS ON.
|Just a FYI
||[25 Oct 2005|07:18pm]
Wal-mart's Grand Opening for Oak Grove, KY is tomorrow.
|October Events for Clarksville & Fort Campbell
||[30 Sep 2005|12:51pm]
1-2 Clarksville Oktoberfest 2005
McGregor Park & Fairgrounds | For Details call 931-358-2280
Features family fun, European-style folk dancers, German entertainers, non-stop
music, a carnival and German food. Hours are 4-12 on Fri., 2-12 on Sat. and 12-
on Sun. Adults - $6, children - $3.
7-8 Antique Tractor and Engine Show
Clarksville Fairgrounds | For Details call 931-798-0815
Event includes dozens of tractors and engines on display, tractor parades, demon
strations of historic crafts like axe-throwing, hominy-making, blacksmithing and
quilting from 9am-6pm on Friday and 9am-midnight on Saturday at Clarksville
Fairgrounds. $4 for adults. Sponsored by Hilldale Kiwanis Club.
8 Jazz on the Lawn, Clarksville
Beachaven Winery | 1100 Dunlop Lane | 931-645-8867
This summertime event has become a Clarksville tradition.Visit
www.BeachavenWinery.com for more info. Also held on Oct. 22.
13-29 The Roxy Presents Frankenstein 7pm/8pm
Roxy Regional Theater | Clarksville | 931-645-7699
Just in time for Halloween! This adaptation of Mary Shelley’s novel will be performed
at 7pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 8pm on Fridays and Saturday
the Roxy Regional Theatre. Visit www.RoxyRegionalTheatre.com for details.
14-29 Haunted House 7-11
Bradford Square Mall | Hopkinsville | 1-800-909-9016
Every Friday and Saturday night, plus Halloween. $4 per person, Come if you dare.
Don't worry if you can't make it through - we always need extra bodies.
15 Concerts In the Park, Clarksville 630pm
McGregor Park RiverWalk | 931-645-7476
Free family entertainment series at McGregor Park. Lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic
baskets are welcome. No alcoholic beverages or pets allowed during concerts.
15-16 Fall Fest 2005
Destiny Parks & Pavilions | 798-7535
MWR and Saturn of Clarksville present Fall Fest 2005. From free pumpkins in the "Pumpkin
Patch" to giant inflatables to a bike rodeo. From hay rides and live western reenactments to
dozens of arts and crafts vendors. From hat making and pumpkin decorating to the
Leadership Clarksville BBQ Competition and yummy foods and beverages.This year's event
includes something for everyone. Soldiers and family members can obtain coupons for a free
BBQ sandwich from their FRGs. Call us or visit www.FortCampbellMWR.com for details.
22 YMCA Halloween Bash 630pm
ASYMCA Family Center
3068 A Reed St. | 956-1566
All military ID holders and their familes welcome. Come join us for FREE food, fun, games
costume contest. Call at least 24 hours in advance to register.
23 Halloween Crafts 3pm
Join us in making decoupage pumpkin candle holders and other Halloween crafts.
Something for all ages! Free!
28-31 Haunted Trail and Hayride 6pm-10pm
Eagle Creek Ranch (Riding Stables) | 798-7535
Join us in the first ever Haunted Trail at Fort Campbell. Brought to you by DW
Recreation Center, Gear To Go, Eagle Creek Ranch and MWR Marketing., the haunted
trail offers scares and fun for all ages this Halloween. Come ride through the haunted
woods then visit the "Witches' Cove" for a night full of fun. Call us for details.
28 Halloween Bash 8pm
Sportsman's Lodge | 431-4140
Come and get your fright on. Prizes for best costume, most original, funniest and
scariest. Ages 18 and over only. Call for details.
29 Costume Parade & Pumpkin Painting
Bradford Square Mall | Hopkinsville | 800-909-9016
FREE! Each child receives a trick or treat bag, pumpkin and safety trips. Prizes g
for best costume in each age division, best children's duo & parent/child duo.
Saturdays - Corn Crop Human Maze 5-1030
41-A, Hopkinsville | 1-800-909-9016
Every Saturday in October, plus Halloween night. $5 per person. Come find you
way through our haunted human maze. Call to schedule a school field trip.
Cider Stop Hay Rides
Eagle Creek Ranch | 798-2629
Hay rides will be available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the month.The cost
is $2/person. Ages 4 and under ride for free. Rides will leave the stable area every
hour on the hour, 10am - 3pm (no ride at noon).
||[23 Sep 2005|11:22am]
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|Smack me if im wrong
||[22 Oct 2005|05:06pm]
selling a couch and a car.. need em gone ..Couch is 100.00 OBO and car is 1500.00 OBO
both side of couch recline and middle comes down to be a table. Nothing wrong with camero
( HERE ARE THE PICSCollapse )
||[15 Sep 2005|09:07am]
Chris made his Sgt :-) We are SO happy!!! Congrats Hunnie!!!
||[15 Sep 2005|12:04am]
Does anyone want a fixed male cat? Meows quietly, rather shy, let me know if you want pics.
|bout darn time
||[15 Oct 2005|10:32pm]
Brian finally got his SGT.. and before his 4 years.. yay
||[05 Sep 2005|01:50pm]
I have like 100 gmail invites... if anyone wants one... just lemme know!
mail.google.com for more info