“Christian Nutrition: Made to Crave” class will begin Tuesday and will run seven weeks at The Salvation Army, 437 Inman St. The class will be led by Ruthie Forgey who lost more than 150 pounds recently. She will address the spiritual and emotional motivation needed to make healthier choices. This class is for ages 16 and up. For more information, call 304-9281.
“Presumption of Death,” by Joy Ratcliff Cagle, will soon be available at the Museum Center at Five Points (see book review in Wednesday’s Lifestyles, Page 21). For more information about the book’s availability, call Traci at the museum at 339-5745.
The 40-year reunion of the Cleveland High School Class of 1973 is set for this month with activities planned for Aug. 16 and 17. If you have not been contacted, call Emma Jane Sullivan Haile at 423-304-0392.
The Chinese Class is offered by the library on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. and continues through Oct. 10. There is no fee for this class. Registration continues at the Non-fiction desk or by calling the library at 472-2163. The class will be taught by Wie Chen, a former translator in Germany for Volkswagen.
Club 316 begins Aug. 19, Club 316. Similar to Girl Scouts and Boys Scouts, Club 316 is a Bible-based character building program which includes Sunbeams for girls and Explorers for boys — aimed to educate children in making good choices and becoming leaders. The club will meet each Monday at 5:30 p.m. at The Salvation Army, 437 Inman St. A meal will be provided. Register by calling Gina Ballinger at 599-2174.
At the Museum Center at Five Points’ Family Printmaking Workshop Aug. 31 at 10 a.m., participants will step back in time to discover the cutting-edge communication style of yesteryear — the movable-type printing press. To register for the workshop, call 339-5745, or email: email@example.com. Space is limited.
The Mid-South Regional Meeting of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors Inc. will be Aug. 30-31 at Hamilton County Convention and Trade Center. Visit website: www.nawcc.org for more information. The event will be open to the public on Aug. 31.
Bed Race Festival to benefit Family Promise of Bradley County will be Sept. 21. Family Promise responds to the growing need to provide shelter, meals, and comprehensive support services to homeless families. Incredible Detail in Dayton challenges other automobile detailing shops to register and race in this annual event. For more information or for registration forms, visit www.familypromisebradley.org.
The BCHS class of 1993 is holding its 20-year reunion on Oct 19, 7:30 p.m., at the Old Woolen Mill in downtown Cleveland. For more information about it and how to purchase tickets, please go to the class Facebook page, Bradley Central class of 1993, or text your address to Angie Myers Taylor @ 423-400-6943. It promises to be a night to remember.
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