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Soles4Souls and Barefoot Wine announce “Get Barefoot to Give Back” partnership

“We believe in the incredible work that Soles4Souls is doing and we are excited to join their efforts through this unique partnership. “We encourage everyone to look for select Barefoot wine bottles starting April 1st and j...
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ReStore to expand its Madison Street retail site

Clarksville's Habitat for Humanity ReStore will close Saturday, March 15 for a month hiatus that will allow them to expand and add an additional 4,000 square feet to ther Madison Street Sstore. ReStore will reopen on April 14.
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Publix garners green certification

Rubio added, “Another big initiative on our part is what we have done with the chipped and wax cardboard. This is a lower grade cardboard that is usually not recyclable. Publix identified a source for it and asked individual ...
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Throw off winter ‘s blahs ‘Quick as a Wink’

Speed dating is a process where men and women meet each other face to face for five minutes, exchanging a few facts and pleasantries before moving on to the next person. If that quick first look is positive, simply check the na...
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Speed Dating rolls into Clarksville

Quick as a Wink Speed Dating is coming to Clarksville! The first speed dating event – a mixer – will be held at Harbor Cafe on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard on February 5 from 7-8:30 p.m.
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Norris C. Ming, earns ChFC designation, financial planning's highest level of proficiency recognition.

Norris Ming earns distinguished Chartered Financial Consultant Designation

Each ChFC must complete a minimum of 30 hours of continuing education every two years and must meet extensive experience and ethics requirements. Mr. Ming joins the more than 50,000 individuals who have been awarded the ChFC® ...
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Screaming Eagle Car Wash gains C-MC Green Certification

With a greater up front cost but a rapid rate of return, these businesses use less energy than average and use approximately 20% of the water used in normal car washes.
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