Foundation aims for prize to help Fort Campbell soldiers
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A foundation set up to help Fort Campbell soldiers is trying to rally public support for a gardening project that provides therapy to soldiers and their families.
The Leaf-Chronicle reports that the Screaming Eagle Foundation is asking people to vote for its War Garden Project in an effort to win a $25,000 Home Depot gift card.
Voting in Home Depot's Aprons in Action Facebook contest goes through the end of February. The organization that gets the most votes wins the funding and will be entered into a contest for even more funding.
Screaming Eagle Foundation executive secretary Wayne St. Louis said the funding would help the organization build more garden around the sprawling post on the Kentucky-Tennessee line.
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Metro police have detained a person of interest after a deadly triple shooting early Saturday. Three people were shot at about 4:30 a.m. near the Tony Sudekum Public Housing Development on UniversityMore >>
One person is dead after a triple shooting near downtown Nashville early Saturday.More >>
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A brand new Walmart Supercenter in Madison means one-stop shopping and low prices around the clock. For Metro Nashville Police, it also means a lot of headaches.More >>
When Walmart comes to town, it's often big news in small communities. Metro police say it can also mean they're busy responding to things like shoplifting and fender-benders, which could result in delays for you.More >>