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July 31, 2014

Summer Night Lights program ends with a scholarship announcement

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Summer Nigh Lights 2014

The 2014 Mayor’s Summer Night Lights program concluded on July 30 with a great gift for one lucky person.  Julia Dorsett was awarded a scholarship to attend Real Estate School by Summer Night Lights sponsor, Clarksville Real Estate Education School.

The Mayor’s Summer Night Lights program has offered a positive, summertime activity for teens and families at six locations in the Clarksville area including The Kleeman Center, Edith Pettus Park, Bel-Aire Park, Sherwood Park, Lincoln Homes, and Summit Heights.  Participants enjoyed many fun and free activities this summer, including a DJ, dodge ball, motivational speakers, and so much more!  In addition to the fun activities, a nightly meal was provided, free of charge, by Manna Café.

The Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department would like to extend great gratitude to the 2014 sponsors of the Mayor’s Summer Night Lights program; Manna Café, Title Boxing, L.E.A.P. Organization, Total Package Events, Coca-Cola, Complete Customz, Domino’s Pizza, and Clarksville Real Estate Education School.

For more details on next year’s Summer Night Lights, please contact Joseph Bailey at (931) 645-7476.

 



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