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Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

LEE STEWART of Southern Heritage Bank welcomes guests to breakfast event Marketplace Faith USA held at Lee University on Friday.

Banner photo, LARRY BOWERS

LESLIE PAINTER was the speaker this past week for the Cleveland Kiwanis Club meeting.

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

PANELISTS discuss faith in the workplace during Friday's Breakfast Roundtable and Community Leadership Q&A hosted by Marketplace Faith USA. From left are Steve Wright, Rhonda McClure, Barry Ray, Bonnie Hathcock and Dr. Paul Conn.

Banner photo, LARRY BOWERS

LESLIE PAINTER, left, of Chattanooga Hospice, was the guest speaker at Thursday's Cleveland Kiwanis Club luncheon at the Elks Lodge, With Painter are Kiwanians Chuck Evans, center, October's Program Chairman, and Richard Hughes.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

STAFF MEMBERS of Cleveland Utilities have been honored with an award from the American Waterworks Association of Kentucky/Tennessee. From left are CU Water and Wastewater Division Vice President Craig Mullinax, CU President and CEO Tim Henderson, Lisa Coffey, Pete Sampson, Matt Slifko and CU Board Chairman Aubrey Ector.

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UNITED STATES Air Force veteran Roger Jones describes the health problems he has experienced after he was exposed to Agent Orange while serving in Thailand during the Vietnam War. Jones hopes two bills introduced in Congress earlier this year will extend benefits to veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange while serving in Thailand.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

CLEVELAND UTILITIES staff members were recognized with an award from the Clean Water Professionals of Kentucky/Tennessee last week. From left are CU President and CEO Tim Henderson, CU Water and Wastewater Division Vice President Craig Mullinax, Mike Ward, Darrell Hubbard, Mark Well, Karen Hall and CU Board Chairman Aubrey Ector.

Photo by Jeff Carson

Photo by Jeff Carson

Photo by Jeff Carson

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