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Clarksville Community Park

The 2020 “Clinton County Community Champ
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Friends of Clarksville is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is Building Community, Restoring Hope and Growing Our Future.   It is a group of volunteers who have a passion to improve the community and to leave a legacy for the next generation.  We meet once a month to brainstorm ideas that will help us reach these goals for the community.   All projects are funded through donations, grants and in-kind labor by very generous organizations, individuals and businesses.   If you are interested to learn more or to attend a meeting, please email us at   We would love to hear your ideas. 

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Welcome to Friends of Clarksville 

Current board members:  Wade Hall - President, Alicia Chaney - Vice President, Carolyn Keenan - Treasurer, Kathy Rager - Secretary, Noni Woods- Fundraiser Chair, Bonnie Harper - Garden Club Chair,  Cynthia Stenger - Grant Writer Chair,  Patty Davis, Harry Rager, Gary Jennings.

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Building Community

Friends of Clarksville knows that our strength lies in building a better future for our children. Our first mission was to come together as a community to build a public place that is safe and welcoming for kids to play; a place for people to meet and where friendships are formed; a place for family events that creates a fun and welcoming environment.  It is our goal to continue to take on community projects. In so doing, we can grow our community together revitalizing our neighborhood making it an enjoyable place to live and a community that is committed to fostering hope for a better tomorrow.


Clarksville Friends and Community realized that by working together we could overcome our challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to form Friends of Clarksville, a nonprofit organization committed to restoring and strengthening the future of our community.

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.”
~ Coretta Scott King                                                                                                                                           

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