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DOWNSIZED FALL EVENT DRAWS CROWD

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SoVaNow.com / October 07, 2020

Shoppers enjoyed a day in the autumn sun and fresh air on Saturday while shopping during Clarksville’s Harvest Days celebration. For the most part, those who came were either wearing a facemask or practiced social distancing.

For her part, Clarksville Lake Country Chamber Director Sheila Cuykendall laid out a one-way route along Virginia Avenue ahead of the event to keep large numbers of shoppers from crowding into a single booth.

While the COVID-19 pandemic may have lessened the crowds from year’s past, those who did come to the downtown area found unique items from the 25 vendors and the local merchants who participated in the annual fall market.

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