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City of Clarksville, Missouri
Jo Anne Smiley, Mayor
Clarksville City Hall                                                        Phone: 573.242.3336
111 Howard Street                                                             Fax: 573.242.3450
P. O. Box 530                                              Email: cityclerk@clarksvillemo.us
Clarksville, MO 63336                                                  www.clarksvillemo.us
     
Pike's Passage Water Trail
Dedication Ceremony
Mississippi River Water Trail Association Co-Chair, Jeff Greenstreet, District
Commander for the St. Louis District, Colonel Lewis F. Setliff III, and Pamela
Dillon,  Executive Director of the American Canoe Association, Springfield, VA
Mayor Smiley
Pat McGinnis, Rivers Project
Natural Resource Manager
The signing of a cooperative agreement
between the Corps of Engineers and the
American Canoe Association.
The bald eagle was officially declared the National Emblem of the     
United States in 1782.  The American Bald Eagle’s scientific name,
Haliacetus leucocphalus, literally means “white-headed sea eagle”.

These majestic birds are one of the largest birds of prey found in
North America.  Females are slightly larger than males reaching
15 pounds, standing 3 feet tall and spreading up to 8 feet in
wingspan.  The female eagle lays 1 to 3 white eggs in March and
April.  

The bald eagle has excellent vision and on a clear day, they can see
fish from nearly 2 miles away.  Once spotted, eagles use their razor
sharp talons to catch their prey.

A mated pair of bald eagles will return to the same nest, and defend
a territory around that nest each spring.  Both eagles take turns
incubating the eggs for 34 to 40 days.

As of 1995, the bald eagle is no longer considered an endangered
species.  Harming an eagle carries an initial conviction of a one-
yearjail sentence and $5,000 in fines.  

There are approximately 4,500 nesting pairs and 20,000 total birds
in the lower 48 states
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Sunflower Days

Eagle Days (week-end)
January 24 & 25, 2015

Art Studio Tour
March 29 & 30, 2014

Antique Ramble
TBA

Diva Day
April 26, 2014

Chili Cook-Off
June 7, 2014

City Wide Yard Sale
TBA

Sunflower Days
July 26, 2014

Applefest
October  11 & 12, 2014

Art Studio Tour
November 1 & 2, 2014

Santa Land Open
Dec. 6, 2014  - Jan. 3, 2015
Spring 2010
Ice Cream Social
United Fund - August 28, 2011
In Riverfront Park - 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Clarksville Lions 4 Person
Team Scramble
Funds go to support Local Lions Community Activities
Eagles Bluff Golf Course Clarksville, MO
August 20, 2011; 10:00 AM Shot Gun Start

$240 Team Entry fee including green fees,
Cart, Prizes, and Lunch
Flights and prizes determined by number of entries
There will be contests; Longest drive, Closest to pin,
skins, mulligans, multi flag
There will also be a silent auction
Please register by mail by August 24.
Make checks payable to
The Clarksville Lions Club,
mail to Jim Brossia,
12720 Hwy 79, Clarksville, MO 63336
For more information
call Jim at (573) 242-3844
or Kalee at (573) 242-3309

Entry form Team Registration $240.00 team

Hole Sponsorship $60.00 per sign
Eagle Days Sponsor
October 11 & 12, 2014
Sunflower Days
Clarksville Library
Painting by
Bill Blakey