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Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

ROTARY CLUB of Cleveland President Dwight Richardson, Rotary Club of Pigeon Forge's Jerry Wear, Bradley Sunrise Rotary's Pat Fuller and Rotary Club of Cleveland's Victor Boltniew all say the Rotary Club's exchange student program is highly rewarding, with the students becoming like family.

From Rotary Exchange 3   |   1/23/20

Bradley Essential photo, DANIEL GUY

CHANDLER BAKER visited with Santa Claus during the Community Christmas Tree Lighting and Carols in the City events, in December. This photo is among those featured in the Bradley Essential Winter 2020 issue, which will be inserted into Friday's edition of the Cleveland Daily Banner.

From BRADLEY ESSENTIAL   |   1/23/20

BLOWING OUT a candle, Charlie McDowell celebrates his 90th birthday in the pool at the Cleveland Family YMCA.

From 90 laps for 90 years:   |   1/22/20

CELEBRATING his strength, Charlie McDowell poses for a photo on his 90th birthday, which he celebrated by swimming 90 laps in the local YMCA's pool.

From 90 laps for 90 years:   |   1/22/20

WORKING TOWARD his goal of swimming 90 laps to celebrate his 90th birthday, Charlie McDowell swims at the Cleveland Family YMCA.

From 90 laps for 90 years:   |   1/22/20

CHARLIE MCDOWELL swims regularly despite being 90 years old. He encourages others to live healthy, active lifestyles, even if they are advanced in age.

From 90 laps for 90 years:   |   1/22/20

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

CANDY'S CREEK CHEROKEE Elementary School continues to face one significant problem: A mini-mountain of dirt left over from the construction project excavation remains standing. Cleveland City Schools is now looking for ways to sell the pile, or eventually to give it away if no one is interested in buying it.

From MINI-MOUNTAIN GOING DIRT CHEAP   |   1/22/20

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

CANDY's CREEK CHEROKEE Elementary School has been open to students since August, but one problem remains: the mini-mountain of dirt left over from the construction project's excavation is still standing. Cleveland City Schools officials are now determining ways to get rid of it.

From MINI-MOUNTAIN GOING DIRT CHEAP   |   1/22/20

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

Banner photo, RICHARD ROBERTS

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