•A specialist was recently convicted at a court-martial of two specifications of dereliction of duty and one specification of larceny for ordering excess supplies and stealing military equipment with the intent to sell it. He was sentenced to be reduced to E-1, to be confined for seven months, to forfeit all pay and allowances and to receive a bad conduct discharge.

•A specialist was recently convicted at a general court-martial of sexual assault. He was sentenced to a reduction to E-1, confinement for nine months, and to receive a dishonorable discharge.


Child and Youth Services is hosting Parent’s Night Out beginning at 4:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday. The program is for children in kindergarten- fifth grade and costs for $4 per hour. Participating children must be registered and up to date with CYS Parent Central Services. For more information, call 270-798-0674.


During Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to join in its lifesaving mission by giving blood. Since 1943, every U.S. president has designated March as Red Cross Month to recognize how the Red Cross helps people across the country and around the world. Red Cross Month is a celebration of supporters, who are the face of the Red Cross in their communities and bring hope to people facing emergencies. For information or to make a donation appointment, call 800-733-2767. Upcoming blood donation opportunities:

•10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday at American Red Cross, 1760 Madison St., Clarksville.

•10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. March 19 at American Red Cross, 1760 Madison St., Clarksville.

•10 a.m.-3 p.m. March 19 at Byrd Health Clinic, 7973 Strike Blvd., Fort Campbell

•11 a.m.-3 p.m. March 25 at Livery Stables, 1104 Main St., Pleasant View, Tennessee.

•10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. March 26 at American Red Cross, 1760 Madison St., Clarksville.

•3-8 p.m. March 28 at Grace Church of the Nazarene, 3135 Trenton Road, Clarksville.

•10 a.m.-4 p.m. March 28 at Austin Peay State University’s Dunn Center, 601 College St., Clarksville.


Learn the basics of how to create a civilian resume at the Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program’s Resume for Results 10 a.m.- noon, Wednesday at ACS, 2601 Indiana Ave. Registration is required. For more information, call 270-798-4412.


Pothole repairs are underway across the installation, weather permitting. Community members are encouraged to report pot holes by calling the Directorate of Public Works repair hotline at 270-412-4153. Callers will be able to leave point of contact information if they would like a call back.


Vendor spaces are available for Clarksville’s Community Flea Market 8 a.m.-1 p.m. March 17 at Burt-Cobb Recreation Center, 1011 Franklin St. Spaces are $20 and include table, tablecloth and two chairs. Applications are available at the center and online at For more information call 931-472-3381.


Bring your hazardous waste to the Bi-County Solid Waste Management Transfer Station 8 a.m.-1 p.m. March 17 at 1230 Highway Drive, Clarksville. The transfer station will accept up to 100 pounds of items including household cleaners; automotive products; home, lawn and garden products; home maintenance products; and miscellaneous items including old computers, batteries, pool chemicals, photoprocessing chemicals, medicines and drugs, aerosols and compressed gas. For more information, call 931-648-5751.


Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program and Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program is hosting the 2018 Spring Job Fair 9 a.m.-3 p.m. March 21 and 22 at Cole Park Commons. About 75 employers from local, regional, national and international companies will interview for potential employees. Business casual attire is encouraged. Bring a copy of your resume. For more information call, 270-798-4289.


Morale, Welfare and Recreation will hold an open bid auction for abandoned vehicles and MWR equipment at 9 a.m. March 17. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Deadline to pick up purchases is 3 p.m. the day of the auction. The MWR equipment that will be auctioned has been deemed in excess, to be unusable, or no longer cost effective to maintain. This equipment will be sold in “as is” condition and there is no warranty or guarantee. Everyone must have cash or a credit card and be at least 18 years of age to receive a paddle for bidding and to place a bid on vehicles. Those who make the highest bid must be prepared to pay at least 50 percent of the winning bid on the day of the auction. Items requiring titling can be picked up 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. March 21-23 and March 26-30, after outstanding balance is paid in full. For items that do not require titling, the purchaser must be prepared to pay in full on the day of the auction and items can be picked up on the day of the auction. No one younger than 12 is permitted to attend. MWR reserves the right to withdraw any equipment prior to or during the auction. Any reneged items will be placed in the next auction. Early viewing for the auction will be 11a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesday and 1-3:30 p.m. March 15. For additional information, please call 270-956-1101.


Learn how to use the USAJOBS website and the USAJOBS application manager at the Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program’s USAJOBS Prep class 9-11 a.m. March 21 at ACS, 2601 Indiana Ave. This class will cover the basics of how to create a resume for USAJOBS. Registration is required. For more information or to register, call 270-798-4412.


Spouses can learn how to navigate USAJOBS website and the USAJOBS application manager at the Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program’s USAJOBS Prep class 9-11 a.m. March 27. To register call 270-798-4412/4289.


The Religious Support Office is hosting a Community Passover Seder Meal 6 p.m. March 28 at Liberty Chapel, 3111 Bastogne Ave. The service will be lead by Rabbi Aaron Rozovsky.  Free child care is available for children younger than 5. Space is limited. Reserve by Wednesday. To make a reservation, visit For more information call, 270-798-6124.


Fort Campbell Emergency Operations Center’s AtHoc system delivers notifications via email, text, phone calls and social media about severe weather and other emergencies. EOC officials strongly encourage people to register for AtHoc to be alerted of emergency situations. In the Fort Campbell portal, located on the installations’ Intranet home page, users who have not yet registered with the AtHoc system will see a pop-up notification. Once the user clicks on the notification, a series of slides will be made available to walk the user through the registration process, ensuring that setup is quick, easy and accurate. While registration requires a CAC, Family members may also be added to the system by the CAC holder. Registration for the mass-notification system is a pertinent step in ensuring the safety of the entire installation.


The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command warns that scammers are claiming online to be U.S. Soldiers. Unbeknown to the Soldier, an online scammer uses the Soldier’s name and available social media photos to perpetrate a crime. Online scammers also are impersonating Army civilians and contractors. Scammer capitalize on the trustworthy reputation of individuals associated with the Army. By monitoring your social media identity, you can protect your Army Family and your reputation. For more information, visit


Fort Campbell High School is offering a peer mediation program that will be conducted by trained student-mediators, to help their peers safely resolve conflict. For more information, call 270-640-1219.


The Fort Campbell Spouses’ Club is awarding their 2018-19 scholarships. Family members of active-duty Soldiers stationed at Fort Campbell are eligible to apply. Applicants must live in the Fort Campbell area and have a military ID. Application deadline will be March 18. For applications, visit For more information, email


Members of the National Guard and reserves are now eligible to be Campbell Crossing residents. To apply visit, To schedule a tour call, 888-860-6847, or visit the leasing office, 850 Georgia Avenue.


The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office announces its fifth annual Seatbelts Are For Everyone campaign. This statewide initiative is designed to increase seatbelt and child passenger safety restrain usage through implementation of occupant-protection programs, public events and checkpoints throughout local communities across Tennessee. the S.A.F.E. campaign continues through Aug. 1. For more information, visit


Tennova Hospicen grief support group meets 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays at 311 Landrum Place, Clarksville. For more information call 931-552-9551.


The Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library, 350 Pageant Drive, hosts a free beginner’s genealogy class 10-11 a.m. the first Saturday of each month. For more information call 931-648-8826.


The Clarksville Chess Club meets 6-9 p.m. Tuesdays in classroom 134 of the Science and Technology Building at Austin Peay State University, 601 College St. All ages are welcome to join this free club. For more information, email Patrick Wilkerson at


AARP Safe Driving Classes meet noon-4 p.m. the last Thursday and Friday of each month at the Clarksville +50 Activity Center, 593 Clark St. This class is free. For more information, call 931-648-1345.


Fort Campbell Army Community Service Family Advocacy Program offers a Relationship 101 Workshop 9-11:30 a.m. or 1-3:30 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of each month at ACS, 2601 Indiana Ave. The workshop equips participants with relationship skills that include techniques and resources for emotional self-regulation. Even the strongest relationships have disagreements, but when emotions get high, effective communication stops and the ability to resolve conflict decreases. By assisting couples who get in heated verbal altercations risks can be mitigated. Registration is required. For more information or to register, call 270-412-5500.


Monthly steel shooting match is the first Saturday of each month at Range 16. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and a safety briefing at 9 a.m. The events are open to ages 13 and older. All youth must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Handgun, holster and additional magazines are required. Centerfire pistol calibers only. No rimfire. The cost is $20 for the first gun and $10 for additional guns. For more information, call 270-798-5579.


Fort Campbell Army Community Service Family Advocacy Program offers a free play morning 9-10:30 a.m. every Thursday at Taylor Youth Center, 80 Texas Ave. For more information, call 270-412-5500.


Fort Campbell Outdoor Recreation has eight rustic cabins and cottages and three deluxe cabins in Flecher’s Fork RV Park on Fort Campbell available for rent. Rustic cabins and cottages are $40 per night and deluxe cabins are $60 per night. For reservations and more information, call 270-798-3126.


For on-post residents who are interested in becoming a child care provider, Child and Youth Services-Family Child Care provides free training and incentives to earn a Child Development Associates credential and/or a National Association for FCC accreditation. For more information, call 270-798-4959.


Fort Campbell Golf Cart Crossings are located along Robert C. Lee Road. The warning signs, flashing lights and painted crossing, constitute official Fort Campbell traffic signals. Vehicles traveling on the road, must stop and allow the carts (and walking golfers) to cross safely. Walkers and golf cart drivers should always push the button for the flashing lights and then watch to make sure vehicles are slowing or stopping. Golf Cart Crossing Safety is the responsibility of everyone using Cole Park Golf Course and Robert C. Lee Road. For more information, call 270-798-4906.


Fort Campbell Army Community Service Relocation Readiness Program can connect spouses with other spouses in the sponsorship program to answer questions, address concerns and provide information about connecting with resources both on and off post during a move. Contact ACS Relocation at 270-798-0513 or 270-798-6313 or at


After Deployment, Adaptive parenting tools is a research-based parenting program developed to assist previously deployed military Families with school-aged children. Participants can earn up to $520 in gift cards by completing activities. This is a Department of Defense-funded study. For more information, call Elizabeth K. Eversole at 612-418-2491.



Fort Campbell Dog Kennels, 6603 11th Airborne Division Road, offers a place to board your dog for a short period or an extended stay. The kennels provide a safe and secure, temperature controlled facility with daily care for your dog while you are away. For more information and pricing, call 270-798-2629 or 270-798-5590.


SKIESUnlimited, 3411 Bastogne Ave., offers a large variety of classes and activities for children ages 18 months to 18 years of age. Cost varies per class. To register online, visit For more information, call 270-412-5811.