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Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

CLEVELAND WATERDOGS swimmer Andrew Ruckman swam strong to a first-place finish in the 9-10 boys backstroke. The Waterdogs earned payback over Red Bank for a loss earlier in the season.

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

CELEBRATION ENSUES for the Waterdogs, who took down the Red Bank Gators to leap into first place in the White Division standings Thursday evening. The Waterdogs are 8-1 over the past three seasons at the Cleveland Community Center pool.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

REPRESENTATIVES FROM EATON met with the Senior Community Development manager for the American Cancer Society, Chrissy Seals, to present a check for the total from all of their fundraisers, from January through May of this year. From left are Brendan Foley, Eaton team member and Bradley County Relay for Life team lead; Cesar Escarcega, Eaton plant manager; Seals; Michael Patterson, human resources manager; and Hugh Sneed, Eaton team captain.

From Eaton donates to Relay For Life   |   6/22/18

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

PERFECT ATTENDANCE Rotary Club of Cleveland member Harrison Brown was honored by fellow Rotarians Tuesday for 54 years of perfect attendance during their weekly luncheon at the Museum Center. Pictured are Vaughn Berger, left, and Harrison Brown, right.

From Rotary perfect attendance   |   6/22/18

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

MEMBERS OF PROSPECTOR'S FCE stand alongside their summer project, the Little Free Library. Planned back in December, the members believed June to be a great time to unveil the Library due to the Museum Center hosting its summer camps during this time. From left are: Nancy Casson, community leader; Phyllis Narus, Bradley County FCE president; Brenda Derryberry, Prospector's FCE president; Bill Gray, Little Free Library builder; Ann Gray, Bill's wife and Prospector's FCE member; and Laura Weaver, Prospector's FCE.

From IT'S LITTLE AND FREE!   |   6/22/18

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