River 'run' coming soon
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The Stones River Watershed Association (SRWA) has held the Stones River Relay each April for the past five years. The event celebrates the headwaters of the East Fork of the Stones River in Cannon County.Starting the race on top of Short Mountain at the Bible Camp participants have run down the road to Short Mountain School, climbed on their bikes and ridden to the Arts Center in Woodbury. Then they have put their kayaks and canoes

Starting the race on top of Short Mountain at the Bible Camp participants have run down the road to Short Mountain School, climbed on their bikes and ridden to the Arts Center in Woodbury. Then they have put their kayaks and canoes in the river and paddled the almost nine miles to Readyville Mill.This year on Saturday, April 4 you are invited to participate in a shortened version of the relay. It will be the last leg of the previous events. Come join the SRWA when they meet at the Arts Center of Cannon County on the John Bragg Highway just west of Woodbury.

This year on Saturday, April 4 you are invited to participate in a shortened version of the relay. It will be the last leg of the previous events. Come join the SRWA when they meet at the Arts Center of Cannon County on the John Bragg Highway just west of Woodbury.Be there at 9:30 in the morning to get ready to paddle your canoe or kayak down

Be there at 9:30 in the morning to get ready to paddle your canoe or kayak down river to Readyville. This is a beautiful section of the river. If the weather and water conditions cooperate, it will be a wonderful day on the water. Remember, you have to wear a life jacket and clothing appropriate for the weather conditions.

To learn more about the SRWA go to http://www.stoneswatershed.

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