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Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

THE LEE UNIVERSITY ground crew was busy at Olympic Field earlier this week, on the Ocoee Middle School campus, preparing the baseball infield for a three-game series with the University of West Georgia this weekend. A Saturday doubleheader will be played at the conclusion of the annual Military Appreciation Day program honoring local veterans and active-duty personnel. Proceeds from this year's event 1 to 3 p.m. event will be used to establish a new, Lee University scholarship.

Banner photo, LARRY C. BOWERS

ABOVE IS THE Olympic Field sign on the back of the outfield fence at the Lee University baseball complex on Parker Street, at the eastern border of the Ocoee Middle School campus. The baseball team's annual Military Appreciation Day program, founded by Lee Baseball Coach Mark Brew, is scheduled from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

DeCook's fused glass art is on sale at the Museum Center for a 10 percent discount throughout the month of April, and includes everything from pendants and earrings to incense holders and plates.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

Some of the items crafted by DeCook that are a bit unorthodox are things like these incense holders. She stated that many people are surprised at how versatile fused-glass making can be.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

Working at the Small Business Development Center at Cleveland State, DeCook states that she is especially knowledgeable on what it truly takes to start a new, small or home-based business.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

Jennie DeCook not only crafts jewelry using fused glass, but she can also mold the glass into the shape of plates like the one shown.

Banner photo, COLBY DENTON

One of Jennie DeCook's talents is crafting night lights, which can show a variety of different images on them, ranging from cartoons to images of nature.

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

THE MUSTANGS took down Ooltewah 1-0 Tuesday at home to secure the District 5-AAA regular season title. Walker Valley will face a tough test in Boyd-Buchanan this Thursday at home.

From A milestone achievement   |   4/18/18

Banner photo, PATRICK MacCOON

WALKER VALLEY standout scorer Sam McDonald (7) has been a key part to the regular season District 5-AAA champion's success. The Mustangs have a winning percentage of .861 over the past three seasons.

From A milestone achievement   |   4/18/18

Banner file photo, PATRICK MacCOON

WALKER VALLEY players celebrate after a district victory earlier this season against Cleveland. The Mustangs clinched the No. 1 playoff seed and their first ever regular season District 5-AAA title Tuesday at home.

From A milestone achievement   |   4/18/18

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