Around Cleveland 4-30

Posted 4/30/17

The Newcomers Club of Cleveland will have its monthly meeting at Tinsley Park on Monday at 11 a.m. for a picnic. It is a potluck covered-dish, so prepare your favorite recipe and join us. For more …

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The Newcomers Club of Cleveland will have its monthly meeting at Tinsley Park on Monday at 11 a.m. for a picnic. It is a potluck covered-dish, so prepare your favorite recipe and join us. For more information, contact Kathy at 423-472-7562.

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The Arts Center announces its monthly lunchtime series, Arts on the Side. The public is invited to bring a “brown bag” lunch at noon on the first Tuesday of each month, and enjoy a free concert or art demonstration.

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The Calfee Family Reunion will be May 7 at The Coffey Barn, 2688 Benton Pike N.E. from noon to 4 p.m. Bring a covered dish for the 1 p.m. lunch. For more information, call Fred Calfee at 472-5383; Robyn Calfee at 790-2808, or Melodie Calfee, 829-0875.

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On May 18, at 7 p.m., the Friends of the Library Association will present an evening with C.K. Phillips, the author of the Kents/Lander series including “Comes the Awakening,” “Echoes of Skeletons Past,” and the forthcoming “The Survival Initiative.” Tickets are available for purchase at the Circulation Desk of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library: $15 for adults, $10 for current FOLA members, and $5 for students with ID. Admission includes a coffee and dessert bar.

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Bradley Central High School class of 1982 will have a radio show reunion on May 20. Phase 1 will be live on WOOP FM featuring former faculty and students. Live calls will be taken at 614-5553 — share your memories. Phase 2 will be a formal reunion in the Village Green from 7 to 10 p.m. There is no fee to attend either event (casual dress).

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Bradley CentRal High School class of 1967 will hold its 50th class reunion on July 21 at the Coffey Barn, 2288 Benton Pike N.E., Friday — a barbecue. On July 22, a dinner/dance is set at the Cleveland Country Club beginning with a social hour at 5:30. Contact Sandra Rhodes, 3992 Rolling Brook Circle N.E., Cleveland TN 37323, to make reservations by June 30.

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The library offers activities for every age:

— Join the Cleveland Couponing Club every Monday at 6:30 p.m., in the Carmichael Room. This group is dedicated to helping you save money through couponing.

— Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m., join the Lester Law Firm as they present a program on knowing your rights when it comes to immigration and this country. Laws are constantly being changed so the program will begin with an update on the current climate of immigration issues. All are welcome and translators will be on site for assistance.

— Join the Friends of the Library Association on May 18 at 7 p.m., for an evening with author C.K. Phillips, author of the Kents/Lander series including “Comes the Awakening,” “Echoes of Skeletons Past,” and the forthcoming “The Survival Initiative.”

— Gordon T. Belt, director of Public Services for the Tennessee State Library & Archives, will be at the History Branch & archives on May 13 at 2 p.m. His program will help anyone looking to discover more about their ancestors that fought in the Great War.

— The Sound of Tennessee Men’s Chorus is coming to the library on May 16 for a night of patriotic and springtime music.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: To submit announcements for Around Cleveland, email information for Sunday publication in the Lifestyles section by Wednesday to bettie.marlowe@clevelandbanner.com.

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