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June 29, 2014

Clarksville Campout

Families enjoyed activities at inaugural event

CLARKSVILLE — Families roasted a hot dogs at the Clarksville Family Campout at Colgate Park Saturday evening while they enjoyed other activities at the inaugural event. For the first time, families were allowed to set up camp in Colgate park for $10 per family, where they enjoyed free activities and exclusive after-hour access to the Clarksville Family Aquatic Center.

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Mike Anderson, Floyds Knobs, left, and Derrick Faulkenburg, Greenville, sit on the tailgate of "Old Red", a 1971 Chevy truck, in front of Faulkenburg Automotive along Paoli Pike in Floyds Knobs. Anderson operated the business as Mike's Tire Service from April of 1981 until Monday, July 21 when ownership was officially transferred to Faulkenburg. "Old Red" came with the business, and is used to haul old tires to the junk yard.

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