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Sesame Street and USO Experience for Military Families USO tour

April 19, 2012

USOFort Campbell, KY – On April 14th and 15th, the Sesame Street and USO Experience for Military Families USO tour put on three free performances for Fort Campbell families active duty, Retirees, National Guard, reserves and Department of Defense Civilians. Over 1,800 people came out to watch the shows.

The 30 minute performance was a special event for the military community since it is specifically designed to educate children about coping with military deployments and homecomings.

Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families USO tour stopped at Fort Campbell April 14th and 15th

April 19, 2012

USOFort Campbell, KY – On April 14th and 15th, the Sesame Street and USO Experience for Military Families USO tour put on three free performances for Fort Campbell families active duty, Retirees, National Guard, reserves and Department of Defense Civilians. Over 1,800 people came out to watch the shows.

The 30 minute performance was a special event for the military community since it is specifically designed to educate children about coping with military deployments and homecomings.

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McDonald’s on Riverside Drive now Re-open

March 26, 2011

The McDonald's LogoClarksville, TN – It’s been 10 months since the Great Flood of 2010, but Eric Larson the owner of Larson Enterprises remembers it well. “”When the manager got here that morning at 5:00am and the water was on the far side of the intersection. We thought that it would stop by time it reached the sidewalk, but instead it kept inching up all day. The old store was raised up slightly so towards the end it was like an island surrounded by the rising water.”

Indeed many of you remember the sight of the lone car abandoned at the drive-thru window. “The driver of the car was not allowed to leave by the police, who feared that the water around the store had gotten too deep.” Larson said. “The water kept rising and before you know it, we had 2-1/2 foot of water in the store, the water got up to the table tops.”

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