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Dr. Krcelic, a vascular surgeon, has joined Dr. Chris LeSar, Dr. Joe Coatti, and the VIC team.He will compliment the delivery of "comprehensive, convenient and concierge care" at the outpatient … more
Proudly displaying their BEST Partnership certificates, the Chamber’s newest BEST partners is a relationship between Park View Elementary School and Manufacturer’s Chemicals. From left are Greg Gibson, Manufacturer’s Chemicals LP president; Jodie Grannan, Park View Elementary School principal; and Sherry Crye, Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Workforce Development director. Park View Elementary and Manufacturer’s Chemicals form new BEST partnerships The Chamber’s newest BEST partnership is a relationship between Park View Elementary School and Manufacturer’s Chemicals LP. “We are honored to partner with Park View Elementary to help provide educational resources in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics,” shared Greg Gibson, president of Manufacturer’s Chemicals LP. “Bradley County has been vital to our sustainability over the last 100 years and it certainly is a privilege to give back to the future generations and the community that has contributed to our success.” BEST, the acronym for Business & Education Serving Together, is a program of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce that unites the efforts of a business and a selected school for the betterment of both. “Park View is ecstatic about Manufacturer’s Chemicals as our new BEST Partner,” expressed Jodie Grannan, principal for the Park View Elementary School. “Our connection in the content areas of science and math will be a real asset to our newly designated STEM school.  We look forward too many opportunities for collaboration.” Gibson added, “Park View’s STEM Program provides educational resources to ensure future generations have the tools and knowledge to help create stronger more resilient communities. But, the most important attribute is seeing how engaged and excited the students are when they are working in the STEM Lab.” Sherry Crye, the Chamber’s director of Workforce Development, also noted, “The BEST partnerships are so important for our schools and for the businesses involved. It is a great way to partner in ways to prepare the future workforce.” Each public school in the Bradley County and Cleveland City School Systems has one or more local business partners. For information about the BEST partnership program, call Sherry Crye at 423-472-6587. more
DIANNE ORR shared this photo of an evening on Lake Ocoee (Parksville Lake). more
Mikayla Beasley of Cleveland, has been selected as this year’s recipient of Bowater Credit Union’s annual $2,000 College Scholarship. In order to receive this scholarship, Mikayla competed against many other students who were evaluated based on grades, school activities, civic activities and an essay on the importance of credit unions in the lives of young adults. more
Chattanooga Brain Injur Associztion presents changing face of brain injury more
JENNIFER HARDISON got a closeup view of this mourning dove’s head. more
Re-Ed Center reunion planned more
MARILYN GIBSON titled her two photos, “Sunflowers everywhere.” more
Cleveland City Schools district and school administrators gathered for their annual Administrator Retreat on Tuesday at Cohutta Springs Retreat Center.  Dr. Russell Dyer, Director of Schools, laid out his vision for the year ahead and school administrators discussed their plans for the upcoming year.  Online registration is now open for the city schools at https://www.clevelandschools.org/enrollment and the first day of school is Monday, August 5!  Registration information is available on the school system website.   more
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