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montgomery county chronicles:
a tribute to our history, community, & Leadership
Clarksville, TN: May 3 & 5, 2018
7 p.m., Thursday, 3 May, & Saturday, 5 May, 2018, at The Roxy Regional Theatre: TWO FREE performances of "The Montgomery County Chronicles: A Tribute to Our History, Community, and Leadership", an historical stage play about Montgomery County and Clarksville, TN, written by Shana Thornton and directed by Ryan Bowie from The Roxy Regional Theatre. We're grateful to be working with a student group from Clarksville Academy, and the students are working on every aspect of the play's production. Some of the historical people featured in the play are as follows: Dr. Robert T. Burt, Ben Sory, Brenda Runyan, Cave Johnson, Gustavus Henry, Clarence Cameron White, Benjamin Franklin Rives, Dorothy Dix, and Wilma Rudolph. More info. coming soon.
Grab a blank notebook, a manuscript already in progress, or open a new note in your phone. Each week, our publisher will give you the writing elbow~ a nudge to write on.... Visit our Home Page every week in order to get the weekly writing prompt from our publisher. For the prompts from previous weeks, visit The Nudge page.
Clarksville/Montgomery County 2018
Jerome Parchman and Shana Thornton are working with other local historians to develop a Legacy Trail emphasizing the importance of African-American history and culture within the Clarksville/Montgomery County community. They are also working with a group of design students from Rossview High School, and the students are creating the trail pamphlet. More information coming soon...