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State Sportsmen’s Caucus donates $5,000 to Hunters for the Hungry.


NASHVILLE – On Tuesday, at the 2nd Annual Tennessee Sportsmen’s Caucus Dove Hunt in Houston County, the Tennessee Sportsmen’s Caucus donated $5,000 to Hunters for the Hungry, a nonprofit program that provides healthy protein to hungry Tennesseans. The check was presented to Mike Butler, director of the Tennessee Wildlife Federation for Hunters for the Hungry, who also attended the dove hunt. Co-chairman of the Tennessee Sportsmen’s Caucus, state Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) said he was pleased to have the opportunity to donate to Hunters for the Hungry.

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Local Housing Corporation helping applicants get ready for homeownership Cleveland Bradley Housing Corporation is now taking applications for individuals who would like to own their own home. Those who are interested in home ownership should come by the office at 155 6th Street S.E or call (423) 479-4111.  more
FORT OGLETHORPE, Ga. — Visitors are invited to join the staff and volunteers of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park as we commemorate the 156th Anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga with a series of ranger-guided tours, hikes, lectures, and living history demonstrations. more
Taziki’s Mediterranean Café form new BEST partnerships with Candy's Creek Cherokee Elementary School and Hopewell Elementary The Chamber’s newest BEST partnerships are a relationship between Tazikis Mediterranean Café and two local elementary schools. “We are extremely excited about the opportunity to be BEST Partners with both Hopewell Elementary, and Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary schools,” expressed Brad Emendorfer, local owner/operator of Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe. “Our team has a true passion for building relationships through community support, and this feels like a great way to begin showing Cleveland that we truly care about our local school systems.” more
CSCC Alumnus Don Foley hired as CSCC’s director of marketing and communications Donald A Foley has been hired as the Director of Marketing and Communications for Cleveland State Community College. Foley will serve as the lead communications officer for the College and direct all communication and marketing strategies. Foley comes to Cleveland State from Georgia Northwestern College where he served the last 13 years as the Assistant Director of Public Relations. He has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional marketing and media campaigns, as well as years of experience in broadcast journalism. Prior to his position at Georgia Northwestern, he worked for WRCB Channel 3 in Chattanooga for nine years as News and Promotion Director / Producer. Christa Mannarino, executive director of Institutional Advancement, said, “As CSCC continues to grow, we need to effectively communicate with our stakeholders across our three locations serving Bradley, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe and Polk counties. With his 13 years at Northwest Georgia Technical, Don brings proven expertise to our institution. As icing on the cake, Don is coming home - as a graduate of Cleveland High School and as an alumnus of CSCC, he brings an understanding of the needs of our region and a love for Cleveland State.” “Getting the opportunity to come back to my Alma Mater and share some of what I’ve learned is just a special experience,” stated Foley. “The time I spent at Cleveland State as a student was a time like none other. You make great friends at CSCC and grow those relationships for a lifetime. Just to be able to see my career come full circle in this way is a real blessing.” Dr. Bill Seymour, Cleveland State president, said, “We are very lucky to bring someone in with Don's depth of experience. Combined with a very engaging personality and the passion of an alumnus, we are sure to see some great things come from his department.” His credentials in creating, launching and managing a digital/social media network campaign at his previous institution aligns with the goals of Cleveland State. Mannarino says this will further the College’s efforts in these areas, and his experience in public relations and marketing demonstrates he will be a true asset to the College. Foley continued, “Cleveland State has amazing people who have invested their professional lives in the college. They believe in their college, and it is really a contagious style of school spirit. I am super proud to just be a part of it all.” Foley received his associate degree from CSCC before transferring to the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga where he earned his bachelor’s degree in communication. In his spare time, he enjoys serving as a high school sports official, traveling (especially to Disney World and the mountains) and taking in sporting events across the south with his wife, Terri. more
The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include … more
For the seventh consecutive year, First Citizens National Bank has been named one of the Best Banks to Work For. FirstCNB currently ranks eighth overall for banks across the entire United States and … more
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