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The sound of an engine revving at 7,000 revolutions per minute can be heard from the parking lot. A peek inside reveals where all the action takes place. Performance Racing Engines is one of severa...
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Natural Science and Mathematics Dept. names Williams as distinguished alumnus
Dr. Martin G. Williams was recently honored as the 2014 Distinguished Alumnus for Lee University’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The award was presented at a department breakfast ...
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Aspire, Smile for Lifetime provide teens braces
Aspire Orthodontics recently partnered with the Smile for a Lifetime Foundation to give the gift of confidence and a beautiful smile to two local high school students. Smile for a Lifetime Scholars...
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WVHS students plan and host Veterans Day event
On Nov. 11, Veterans Day, Walker Valley High School students led an event to honor and remember local veterans. Students in Walker Valley’s leadership class were in charge of the event, hosting a l...
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Charleston Elementary Veterans Day program

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High School Rodeo

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Lee  University’s newest instrumental ensemble

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Veterans Day at Stuart School

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Padgitt named distinguished alumnus for Lee’s History, Political Science Dept.
The Lee University Department of History, Political Science and Humanities honored Laura Padgitt as the 2014 Distinguished Alumnus at a department breakfast during Homecoming festivities on Nov. 8....
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Park View Elementary Veterans Day program

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Weinert named Distinguished Alumnus for Lee’s Department of Business
Lee University’s Department of Business honored Dr. Glenda Weinert as the Distinguished Alumnus for this year. The award was presented by department chair Dewayne Thompson at a departmental breakfa...
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Pearson selected Greater Cleveland Concert Band conductor
When the Greater Cleveland Concert Band needed a new conductor for this season, Maestro Robert Bernhardt was asked to suggest potential candidates. Without hesitation he said, “Get Sarah Pearson!” ...
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Walker Valley High School prsents “A Christmas Carol”
WALKER VALLEY High School will be presenting the Charles Dickens holiday favorite “A Christmas Carol” on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Cost is $5 in advance and $7 at the door.
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Lee’s Opera Theatre to present fall musical revue
Lee University’s Opera Theatre and artistic director James Daniel Frost will present its fall musical revue on Sunday at 3 p.m. The performance will take place in Squires Recital Hall, located in t...
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Lindsey is LAL award winner
Lee University’s Language and Literature Department recently honored Ruth Crawford Lindsey as its 2014 Distinguished Alumnus at a department breakfast during Homecoming festivities. “Ruth Lindsey’s...
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