The Indoor Aquatic Center, located at 166 Cunningham Lane, will once again host a not-so-typical egg hunt.
On Saturday, March 28, thousands of colored eggs will be floating or sunk in the center’s pools, each good for candy and prizes. An adaptive egg hunt will be offered for children and adults with special needs at 11 a.m. with the remaining hunts for children ages 1 to 11 following from 1 to 7 p.m.
To help families as they plan to attend the Wettest Egg Hunts, the schedule of the day is as follows:
11:00 a.m.: Special Needs Children and Adults Only
1:00 p.m.: Ages 1-2, Ages 5-8, Ages 9-11
2:00 p.m.: Ages 3-4, Ages 5-8, Ages 9-11
2:45 – 4:45 p.m.: Open Swim for those registered
5:15 p.m.: Ages 1-2, Ages 5-8, Ages 9-11
6:15 p.m.: Ages 3-4, Ages 5-8, Ages 9-11
Cost to attend is $3 per hunter and will include a visit from the Easter Bunny and activities such as egg coloring, face painting, and a giant inflatable side! There will also be drawings for prize baskets and a hockey puck signed by the Nashville Predators’ Mike Fisher! Pre-registration for the Wettest Egg Hunts is required and can be completed online beginning March 1. A link to the online registration portal can be found at www.cityofclarksville.com/wettestegghunt.
For complete details about the Wettest Egg Hunts, please visit us online at www.cityofclarksville.com/wettestegghunt or call 931-645-7476.
The Diversity Business Conference will be showing small businesses how to become vendors with the state, but they will be awarding contracts on the day of the event. A small business that attends this event, if they sell the item or service offered by the state, has the possibility of walking out with a contract of up to $50,000 that very day. Even if they do not walk away with contract, there will be procurement (buyers) from 28 government agencies there looking to find small businesses to work with
To download the vendor packet please CLICK HERE
For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 615-253-4657
Storybooks present enjoyable, meaningful, interactive math explorations to children and adults in Go Figure! – a national traveling exhibit that opens March 1st at the Customs House Museum.
Go Figure! transforms charming children’s books into a kid-sized world where children and adults can have fun exploring math with familiar characters such as Arthur, Frog and Toad, and the Three Bears. Each of the five colorful larger-than-life books in the exhibit includes a math-related activity such as measuring, weighing, or sorting, along with labels to guide parents. Featured books are Arthur’s Pet Business, The Doorbell Rang, The Quilt, Frog and Toad are Friends: A Lost Button, and Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
“Using familiar children’s books, the exhibit offers our community delightful experiences with simple math and demonstrates that math is learned naturally by the inventive, curious mind. Children ages two to seven years old and their parents or caregivers will enjoy the lively graphics of the exhibit and the related programs and activities,” said Terri Jordan, Curator of Exhibits.
Come and experience how parents’ involvement in learning can help foster a child’s natural curiosity and intuitive sense of math, and make a difference in school and later life. Go Figure! will be on exhibit through June 14th. Developed by Minnesota Children’s Museum in partnership with the American Library Association and supported by the National Science Foundation.
Located at the corner of Second and Commerce Streets, the Customs House Museum is the second largest general museum in Tennessee. For more information on above events contact Terri Jordan, Exhibits Curator, at 931-648-5780 or email@example.com.
Scam Incident Report:
On 02/24/2015 at 7:33p, the Clarksville Police Department responded to an Obtaining By False Pretenses call at a Clarksville residence. The victim stated that at 8:30a he got a call from Micheal Anderson, who stated that he works for the “Mega Millions” and that he picked the victim’s name from a phone log. Mr. Anderson told the victim that he had won 1.8 Million dollars, an SLX 550 Mercedes Benz, a gas card, and 5,000 dollars cash each month for two years from the Mega Millions. The victim stated that his wife sent a Money Gram from Walmart for the amount of 535.00 dollars to a Paris, AR address. At about 1:30p, Mr. Anderson called back and asked that the victim change the address for the Money Gram to a Star City, AR address. At that time, the victim’s wife went back to Walmart and made the changes to the Money Gram as requested by Mr. Anderson. At 4:00p the victim spoke with a James Robert Globber, who also stated that he works for Mega Millions in the finance department. Mr. Globber explained to the victim that he needed to fill out a form for drop off verification for the vehicle delivery, which was to be delivered by “AAA.” He stated that the victim also needed to send another 43,854.25 dollars for taxes and processing fees. The victim told Mr. Globber that he did not have the money and could only send 10,000.00 dollars. Mr. Globber then told the victim that if he could send 17,003.19 dollars for the fees that would be enough.
The Clarksville Police Department will continue to share this information as long as these incidents continue to surface. The CPD will do its best in looking out for its Clarksville citizens, citizens in the surrounding areas, and citizens that follow us on Twitter or Facebook. Mega Million Scam TIPS are included below.
“These scams all have one thing in common: They try to trick you into sending them money or personal information by claiming that you have won a large lottery prize (http://www.megamillions.com/news-releases/beware-of-fake-lottery-scams).”
TIPS: This information came from the Mega Million website (the link is included below)
“*If someone says you have won a lottery that you have never played, be suspicious. You can’t win a legitimate lottery if you didn’t buy a ticket.
* If you have caller-ID on your phone, check the area code when someone calls to tell you you’ve won. If it is from a foreign country, that is a red flag. Also, be aware that some con artists use technology that allows them to disguise their area code: although it may look like they’re calling from your state, they could be anywhere in the world.
* Be suspicious if an e-mail contains misspellings or poor grammar, or if the person who called you uses poor English.
* If you are told that you need to keep your “win” confidential, be suspicious.
* No real lottery tells winners to put up their own money in order to collect a prize they have already won. If you have to pay a fee to collect your winnings, you haven’t won.
* Just because a real lottery is mentioned does not necessarily make it a real prize. Someone may be using the lottery’s name without its permission or knowledge.
* Never give out personal information or send money unless you verify the company’s or solicitor’s legitimacy.
* If they offer to wire the “winnings” directly into your bank account, do not give them your bank account information.
* If you are told that you can “verify” the prize by calling a certain number, that number may be part of the scam. Instead of calling it, you should look up the name of the lottery or organization on your own to find out its real contact information.
* If you think someone on the phone is trying to scam you, hang up immediately. If you engage them in conversation, your name and contact information could end up on a list that’s shared with other scammers (http://www.megamillions.com/news-releases/beware-of-fake-lottery-scams).”
Do you like fishing? Are you interested in aquatic environments? Clarksville Parks & Recreation has once again teamed up with the National Fishing in Schools Program to offer a class in basic fly fishing!
Class will be held at the Crow Community Center on Thursdays from 4 to 5 p.m., March 5 through March 26, and is open to grades 6-12. The cost of the class is $10 per person, along with $5 Center ID. Space is available but limited, so sign up now using the registration link found at www.cityofclarksville.com. Registration can also be completed at any of our three community centers as well as our main office, located at 102 Public Square.
The National Fishing in Schools Program educates participants about fish, insects, aquatic environments, resource stewardship and conservation using fishing, and learning the skills of casting. This program will make learning the skills of fishing fun and easy. What makes this class unique is the use of the CasTarget system, which uses photorealistic targets. This will help participants better visualize the target, and gain a better sense of fishing.
For more information on Fly Fishing, contact Clarksville Parks & Recreation at 645-7476 or visit www.cityofclarksville.com.
Detective Channing Bartel, from the Clarksville Police Department, is searching for a runaway juvenile. The runaway juvenile is 17-year-old Myles Phoenix Senter from Clarksville near Exit 8 or the Rossview area. Myles has been gone since Thursday 02/19/2015. Myles left on foot and has no vehicle. Detective Bartel has included two photos. In the first photo, Myles is the young man wearing the glasses. His parents do not know where Myles is located at this time. Myles has run away before, but has not been gone for this length of time. There are no attachments or petitions as of yet. If anyone finds Myles Phoenix Senter or has any information in regards to his whereabouts, please call Detective Bartel at 931-648-0656 Ext. 5144.
There was a fire in the Avondale apartment complex this morning. 7 families lost everything they had. We know the power of your giving hearts! Let’s join together and help out some Clarksville families in need. Please take a moment to look through the list below to see if you can help with any of these items.
Items are being collected at Keller Williams Realty located at 2271 Wilma Rudolph Blvd Clarksville, TN 37040. For more info about donations please call Angel Johnson at 931-648-8500
Women’s Jeans Size 22-24
Women’s shirt Size 2x
Women’s Shoe Size 9
Daughter Jeans Size 3 Junior
Daughter medium shirts
Daughter Size 5 shoe
Grandmother Size 11-12 pants
Grandmother large shirt
Grandmother Size 9 shoe
Women’s pants Size 20-22
Womens Shirt Size 3x
Womens Shoes Size 7 1/2-8 wide
Son 38 x 30 jeans/pants
Son XL shirt
Son 7 1/2-8 shoe
Women’s Size 22 jeans/pants
Women’s 2xl shirt
Womens Size 10 shoe
Daughter 12-18 month clothes
Daughter Size 3 childs shoe
Size 4 Diapers
Son Boys Size 7-8 jeans/pants
Son Boys medium shirt
Son Boys size 5 shoe
Little girl clothes size 4t-5t
Girl size 11 shoes
Women’s jeans/pants size 12
Women’s shirt size Large
Women’s shoes Size 8 1/2
When we get information on the other 2 families, we will get that sent out as well! Thank you in advance!
Clarksville patrol officers battled fiercely cold temperatures overnight as they handled lower than average calls-for -service. Calls, however, have increased from the very low numbers of the last three days. Alarm calls and domestic disturbances topped the list in all three districts. Officers worked six crashes between 6 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. Thursday. Three of those crashes involved injuries. There were five motorist assists in the city overnight.
A single power outage was reported in the Jordan Drive area when a transformer reportedly blew on Pointer Lane, affecting local residences and at least one traffic light.
Supervisors in all three community policing districts report that main roads are in good shape. All districts, however, report difficulty getting around side roads and parking lots. There was at least one report of sheets of ice floating down the Red River. Officers attempted to stay as warm and dry as their work allowed throughout the bitter, subzero weather. Sergeant Ben Blackmon summed up the twelve-hour overnight shift this way: “It was miserable.”
Mayor Kim McMillan is announcing that the Burt-Cobb Community Center in Clarksville will continue to provide emergency shelter through Friday night.
“The predictions about the temperature and precipitation have been right on target this week.” said Mayor McMillan. “We know that we are in the midst of the coldest weather of the season. We want to make certain that anyone who needs shelter in Clarksville has a safe and warm place to go.”
Volunteers from Manna Cafe and staff from the City’s Parks and Recreation Department continue staff the Burt-Cobb Shelter. It is located at 1011 Franklin St, Clarksville, TN 37040.