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Family Works                                          Speaking on rearview mirrors … more
One of the oldest quilt guilds in Tennessee, Cleveland’s Cherokee Blossom Quilt Guild is an organization that doesn’t just sit around crafting quilts. No, these members are busy learning new … more
“Macho Man” Randy Savage made his mark on the wrestling world with his charismatic personality and flamboyant delivery. To commemorate this legend, a local Cleveland man called Brandon Savage has … more
A local Walker Valley High School student, Grant Holden, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the Ocoee Region Builder’s Association for his high grades and community involvement as part of the … more
Ocoee Chapter of DAR meets The Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its April meeting recently at the Elks Lodge. Regent Leigh Ann Boyd presided and led members in the Ritual. Chaplain Jane Rumbaugh led the prayer, and Katy Tippens led the singing of the national anthem. Boyd gave birthday wishes to those born in April and welcomed guests and prospective members. She reported on the Chapter’s recent events, and announced upcoming events, giving dates and locations. A thank-you note from Maureen Jaggers, who was honored for her 50 years of membership in the chapter, was read. New chapter members Mary Fowler and Maelaina Trippett were inducted by Chaplain Jane Rumbaugh. Boyd read President General Ann T. Dillon’s message to the Daughters. Boyd and Rumbaugh reported on the recent Vietnam Veteran pinning ceremony and luncheon held at American Legion Post 81. more
Tween Movie Matinee Join us Sunday from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in the Community Room for the showing of "Ferdinand."Ferdinand is a young bull who escapes from a bull-fighting training camp in rural Spain … more
Esther Tanty Ahiakpor and Michael Atsuyri Attipoe of Cleveland announce the birth of their 7 pound, 15-ounce and 20-inch son, Jairus Attipoe, on April 4, 2019, at Tennova Healthcare — Cleveland.He … more
Cross, Johnson plan wedding more
Copperhead photo courtesy of Creative Commons What should you do if someone is bitten by a North American pit viper?   more
Neill MaGee, executive chef at Deli Boys in Cleveland, is a family man with many talents. His colorful background in the kitchen affords him an exceptionally high standard for freshness. … more
Nate Rose, Cleveland’s resident rapper known by some as the “James Bond of rap” has just released his newest LP, “The Nefarious Few,” complete with eight, all-new songs. A … more
The South East Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind met in April with guest speaker Krista Gale of the Department of Human Services, who spoke on services for the blind and visually … more
Art is often the subject that gets cut first when inspecting budgets. Because of this, Lewis Group Architects recently sponsored an art project for Valley View Elementary students that not only gave … more
The Alpha Theta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, an international sorority for women educators, had the pleasure of hearing from Layla Williams, youth director of Family Cornerstones Inc. She informed … more
The Library will be closed today for the observance of Easter. Microsoft Windows 10 Learn the basic functions of Windows 10. This is the fourth of four weekly classes. Meets Mondays from 9 … more
Being a retired college professor, I am acutely aware of the number of young people who are overwhelmed with financial concerns that overshadow academic concerns. Oddly, it’s never about having too … more
FYBU (aka For You By Us) is a new Cleveland-based food delivery system composed of workers who previously worked in food delivery and have made it their mission to address all the shortcomings … more
The Museum Center at Five Points is hosting a paint-pouring class called Pour Your Heart Out, a paint-pouring class, will be held Saturday, April 27, at the Museum Center at Five Points.The session … more
Collins, Watson wed more
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