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For families celebrating Christmas, the season just doesn’t seem right without snuggling up on the couch and watching Christmas movies. Like the festive trees we decorate, Christmas movies … more
GUEST SPEAKER and musician Jack Clark spoke of the history of the "red-back" hymnal. more
At the dedication of their homes, new homeowners with Habitat for Humanity in Cleveland receive a free Bible thanks to Pastor Bob Zwarych. Pastor Z, as he is called, counts it a blessing to be able to present the new homeowners with a Bible and prayer at this important time in their life. more
Siema Bailey Swartzel (‘83) received the School of Music Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award during Lee’s recent virtual Homecoming celebrations.  “I am so honored to receive this … more
Dr. Christine Williams, professor of theater at Lee University, was recently elected president of the Tennessee Theatre Association (TTA).  “I am thrilled to have this opportunity to serve … more
By Russell Gloor AMAC Certified Social Security adviser Association of Mature American Citizens      more
THE ALDERSGATE Garden Club Members made its annual donation, with masks, to the Bradley-Cleveland Emergency Shelter on Nov. 20.  The donation included various toiletry items and winter accessories; including hats, gloves and scarves for women, men and children.  From left are  Kay Cox, Billie Blair, Cynthia Humes, Reggie Hines, Shelter Coordinator; Charlotte Scott, Lelia Johnson and Jackie Westfield.   more
LIBRARY CORNER December 13 – December 19 The Cleveland Bradley County Public Library is in Phase 4 of our 5-Phase Reopening Plan. Normal hours of operation have resumed, including Sundays, and study rooms are available for bi-hourly check out. Other meeting rooms and public restrooms remain closed, and patrons are required to wear a mask when in the building. To make a reservation for computer use, please call the Non-Fiction Desk at 423-472-2163, ext. 126. For all other reservations, please call the administrative assistant at 423-472-2163, ext. 110. For more information, please see the sections titled Curbside pick-up and 5-phase reopening plan. SUNDAY | December 13 Quaran-STEAM — The Experiment — with Mr. Mike Join us at 1 p.m. for an experiment with Mr. Mike on Facebook and Instagram. For stories linked to Mr. Mike’s experiment, join us on Friday at 2:30 p.m. for Quaran-STEAM with Mr. Mike. MONDAY | December 14 Monday Wiggles Baby story time for ages 2 and under with stories, finger play and other activities to be tried at home with your babies. Join us on Facebook Live at 3:30 p.m. more
BRECK STILL, left, is shown on the second-place stand at the Pan-American Championships. He was second in ultra-heavyweight division, black belt. more
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Thomas Wolfe wrote the classic book "You Can’t Go Home Again," but don’t tell that to Jon Ellis, who through his career has traveled from Bradley County to Texas to Montana, and now has come home … more
Simple Ways to Make an Impact                                                             word count: 510 This Christmas By Chris Hogan   We need some extra Christmas cheer this year. 2020 took all of us on a chaotic roller-coaster ride, and many people in our communities are scared, broken, hurting, and hungry. They’re worried about the future. They’ve lost jobs, or even loved ones. What if we looked at this year as an opportunity to reset how we do things at Christmas? Our neighbors and friends and family are searching for anything that resembles normalcy, and we get to decide to be the kind of people who offer hope. Let’s focus on giving instead of getting.  Now, there’s nothing wrong with buying some nice things and enjoying Christmas festivities. But skipping around the mall with a credit card, or going crazy with online shopping will only ignite a spark of happiness that’s gone by December 26th. When we practice generosity, we get to make an impact on someone’s life that can last for years. Here are a few simple ways you can impact someone’s life this year: • Share Your Talents — Use your skills to bless others. If you’re a musician, host an outdoor Christmas concert. If you’re a financial coach, give away free sessions to people in a financial hole.  • Offer to Babysit —  Childcare is expensive. With more families being forced to homeschool and work from home, you can offer a much-needed break for worn-out parents.  • Provide Gifts for Children in Need — There are children in your community without families, or in low-income situations, who might not get any gifts on Christmas morning. Do something about it! • Deliver Meals on Wheels — Elderly people are some of the most vulnerable in our society, and among the hardest-hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Dropping off a meal is an easy way to check up on them and honor them.  • Write Letters — A handwritten note is a rare gift these days. There are plenty of services that help coordinate volunteers, who write letters to nursing home residents or members of our military overseas.  • Sponsor a Family Anonymously — You can be Santa Claus for a friend or a family in need. Take your family shopping, wrap the gifts, and then leave them on someone’s doorstep as a Christmas surprise. • Donate to a Local Nonprofit or Church — Find an organization that’s doing good work, and support them financially through year-end giving. This is just the start. If you brainstorm creative ways to be generous this year, I think you’ll start to get excited for how much fun this can be. In a world that needs hope, don’t wait around for someone else to step up to the plate. It’s up to you and me to set an example worth following! more
December 3, 2020 – Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland held a Home Dedication Ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020, in honor of new Habitat homeowner, Anthea Blair and her three children. more
Do you need a quick snack for the kids or guests? Popcorn may be the answer. more
Oh Christmas LightsLight up the streetsLight up the fireworks in meMay all your troubles soon be goneThose Christmas Lights keep shining on  — ColdplayFor 15 years, those Christmas lights … more
This December at In-town Gallery, Eleanor Goodson and Jan Lamoreaux present a show of their creations in jewelry and fabric that catches the eye. Their one of a kind handcrafted works make perfect … more
Cleveland-Athens Cotillion introduces 2020 Debutante class more
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