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July 1, 2013

NEWS AND TRIBUNE BRIEFS — For July 1

CLARKSVILLE

Shake your booty at BUTI class

The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a BUTI  program, 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, July 16 through Aug. 20, at the Clarksville Community Center, 2311 Sam Gwin Drive, Clarksville. The cost is $60 per student.

BUTI is not only physically and cardiovascularly challenging, it is mind-opening. BUTI utilizes various dance movements from a variety of tribal-based dance styles including Brazilian Baile Funk, Miami Booty Dance, Hip-Hop, Crunk, African Tribal, and Arabic Tribal and seamlessly connects these dance styles into power yoga sequences for the ultimate fitness experience. In addition to the physical benefits, BUTI helps its students break through barriers of self-esteem. BUTI is freeing, often helping students undergo a complete self-transformation. Emotional breakthrough, coupled with an obvious change in body tone and decrease in body fat, leads to an overall life change. Visit www.butifitness.com for more information. Students should bring a bottle of water and a towel.

Fro more information call Clarksville Parks at 812-283-5313.

 

CHARLESTOWN

Open exhibits at the fair

The Clark County 4-H Fair will again be offering Open Class Exhibition classes. Categories offered include woodcraft, basic craft, fine arts, needlecraft, photography, foods (cakes, pies and candy), scrapbooking, garden, Christmas at the Fair, flowers and flower arrangement, sewing and quilting.

An entry fee of $5 per entry per category is required. Each exhibitor is limited to two entries in the same category, but may exhibit in as many categories as they desire. Eligible participants must be 19 years of age or older and not a 4-H member or a professional. Any item that has been previously exhibited at the fair is ineligible for exhibit again. Articles made for competition must have been made by the exhibitor.

Entries are to be checked in on July 11 from 4 to to 7 p.m. (other than foods, which will be entered July 17 from 1 to 3 p.m.) in the community building at the 4-H fairgrounds. 

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