Are you looking for additional ways to support the community? Stay #ClarksvilleStrong with these resources:

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Staying Safe While Supporting Local

  • Order online or over the phone whenever possible. Limit your direct contact and practice social distancing. Let your inner introvert out! Most businesses are actively communicating through phone, email, and their social media.

  • Get the To-Do List done. Have you been thinking about buying that membership or signing the kids up for a class? Look at all the free time on your hands! Do it now. Book that birthday party in advance, finally sign up for guitar lessons, etc.

  • Tip well. Remember the delivery driver when you order your pizza or have your items sent to your home.

Temporary Employment

If you are looking for temporary employment due to coronavirus (COVID-19) closings, these are the opportunities of which we’re aware. If you are a business that is hiring temporary workers at this time, email Jessica,, with your information. 

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Resources for Small Businesses

If your business has been impacted by COVID-19, there are state and federal opportunities available. Find links to the Small Business Administration’s loans and assistance programs, and state resources on the 5 Star Media site. (CLICK HERE FOR INFO)

Resources for Children

Are the kids at home looking for something to do? Here are some great ideas:

  • Write letters or make pictures for patients. The patients at Tennova Medical Center and the residents of local nursing homes are not getting many visitors these days. Your kids can make them letters and cards. Share the cards to the facility’s social pages or mail them:
    Tennova Medical Center – 651 Dunlop Lane, Clarksville, TN 37040
    Ahava Healthcare – 111 Ussery Road, Clarksville, TN 37043
    Fieldstone Place – 51 Patel Way, Clarksville, TN 37043

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Thank you to The Dude with the Camera, Visit Clarksville, and Jariel Jimenez for providing photos of our community.