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When children are first taken into protective custody by the Department of Children’s Services, they must wait several hours or even days for workers to find them a suitable foster home. During … more
The South East Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind met in February with guest speaker Tim Benthal about "Benefits To Work." He spoke about how much money you could earn while working and … more
Barry Sullivan, the guest relations specialist at Cooke’s Food Store, recently had the chance to appear on stage with the gospel group, Shenandoah, as an integral part of a particular song, “If … more
The chances of having cystic fibrosis are rare. There are only about 70,000 individuals in the world with the disease. But what are the chances of having the disease at the same time as your … more
Family Works                                    Speaking on giftedness     Because … more
On  Feb 2, the newly formed Chestuee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its monthly meeting at the Kinser Church Family Center, with Regent Anita Green presiding.  In … more
Cleveland’s music scene is growing, with numerous bands calling the City with Spirit their home. In an effort to showcase this talent while also giving the community a unique event to attend, Randy … more
The Merchants and Friends of Etowah will be hosting the return of award-winning Elvis tribute artist Matt Cordell on March 16 at the historic Gem Theater in Etowah. more
Trousdale School is hosting its fourth annual “From My Perspective” art show on Thursday, to not only give local artists an opportunity to showcase their works, but also to highlight the variety … more
Lee University hosted guest speaker Becca Stevens, an author, speaker, priest and social entrepreneur, at its Conn Center for chapel service on Feb. 28. She shared her women empowerment and recovery … more
The Ocoee Chapter DAR recently presented large, framed print of the nation's first president, George Washington, to Arnold Elementary School. From left, front, are Christian Chai, Andrew VanBenschoten, Brynleigh Akins, Jamison Ellis; second row, Ben Overstreet, Cooper Debusk, Madison Lenz, Janelle Pollard; and back, Ocoee Chapter DAR Regent Leigh Ann Boyd, Vice Regent Joanne Swafford, and Arnold Principal Michael Chai. more
• History Happy Hour—Irish AmericaThursday, March 7, 6-8 p.m.Celebrate Irish-American roots at this St. Paddy’s themed History Happy Hour. Guest speaker Siema Swartzel will be sharing the story … more
In-Town Gallery features “Southern Charm,” a showing of photographs by Chattanooga photographer Ron Lowery during March. Well known for his aerial photos, Lowery has traveled America on a motorcycle and “Southern Charm” is the result of years exploring back country roads around the South and ghost towns in the West. “In days of the Old West,” sid Lowery, “men carried their carbine in a scabbard attached to the saddle. I designed a scabbard for my bike to carry my tripod and my ‘saddle bag’ was a special camera bag on the gas tank for my camera and four lenses.” As a result of his travels Lowery has created photos of places lingering amid the bustling modern world. Lowery’s photo essay, “Southern Charm”, will be on display through March 30. In-Town Gallery is located at 26A Frazier Avenue and offers contemporary art and fine craft by 32 local and regional artists. more
Cystic fibrosis is a disease that affects many people around the globe, and its various strains mean that treating it is dependent on a case-by-case basis. No one in Cleveland is perhaps more … more
Working with kids isn’t for everyone, but a select few seem to have a calling for the field.  Ronnie Jenkins has spent most of his adult life working with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America … more
The subject of genealogy has grown in popularity over the last decade, but with so many options available, how is someone to know which avenue to take in order to learn more about their ancestry? To … more
Family Works                                        Speaking on divorce and adolescents … more
History Branch Historical SocietyWill meets Sunday at the History Branch from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Google and GmailLearn the basics of using Google and Gmail for free! Join us Monday from … more
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