(PRWEB) August 5, 2004
Please join the Tennessee Ancient Sites Conservancy, Inc. ("TASC"), in conjunction with Tennessee State Parks, in their presentation of "Call to Mound Bottom," to be held Saturday, August 7, 2004, at 11:00 a.m. This event is supported and sponsored by Land Rover of Nashville and is a day devoted to heightening awareness of preserving ancient sacred places still existing in the State of Tennessee, and to promote their preservation as state archaeological cultural treasures.
TASC will also announce initiatives for the Save the Mound campaign to purchase the Pac site (the upper site of Mound Bottom). In attendance will be Kevin Welch, CMT star and recording artist with Dead Reckoning Records and Warner Reprise, and JJ Kent, a Sun Dancer, Pipe Carrier, member of the Oglala Strongheart Society, and Native American Flautist with Singing Wolf Records in Nashville, TN. Also in attendance will be Cherokee elder and storyteller, Marion Dunn, and Cherokee Al Bender. You may reach this event by following signs from Tip-a-Canoe Canoe Rental located at 1279 Highway 70, (615) 646-7124. This event is free of charge.
The TASC is a small group of Native Americans, concerned citizens, and archaeologists who have come together to preserve and protect Tennessee's unique prehistoric archaeological heritage. The TASC has been incorporated as a non-profit organization and has tax exemption status with the IRS, making all contributions tax deductible [501(c)(3)]. Tip-a-Canoe Canoe Rental is offering discounts for event participants to paddle the Harpeth after the event.
For more information about this event, please contact Co-President Mark Tolley at (615) 573-4611 or (615) 298-4347.