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In the wake of the Waverly flood disaster in August, residents returned to pick up the pieces and try to start again; but a force of volunteers from all parts of the country was there to prove that … more
The 59th Annual Cleveland/Athens Cotillion Holly Ball will be held on Thursday, Dec. 30. 2021. more
The Cleveland Pops Concert Band will present “The Sounds of the Season” in a free concert Monday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Building of Bradley Central High School. The concert will … more
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As we move into December, the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library continues to move toward Phase 5 of our 5-Phase Reopening Plan. Public Access Computers have returned to their normal locations in Fiction, Non-Fiction, and Reference, and the Community Room is now open for events. Some library programs will remain virtual or be suspended at this time, but select in-person programs will resume in the Community Room and Carmichael Room. Reservations are no longer required for computer or location use, but they may be required to attend large programs. Please check the library calendar or call 423-472-2163 if you have any questions.   MONDAY | December 6   Teen Advisory Group more
DEAR ANNIE(R) BY ANNIE LANE FOR RELEASE: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2021 more
The Cherokee Hiking Club has been involved in various hikes during the month of November.  On Nov. 8, members hiked the Black Mountain section of the Cumberland Trail.  On Nov. 18 through 21, nine members backpacked different sections in the Smokey Mountain National Park.  Some of the group hiked the Gunter Fork trail to the Laurel Gap shelter, while  others hiked the Big Creek Trail staying overnight at a shelter. Over the next few days, members continued the hike using the Swallow Fork Trail, hiking on Mount Sterling, and then to Laurel Gap. The annual Linda Davis Memorial Greenway hike on the Cleveland Greenway occurred on Nov. 27.  more
Christmas Marketplace featuring kids’ creations It’s a great time of year to support young entrepreneurs! The Kid Entrepreneur Christmas Marketplace is offering youngsters an opportunity to sell the handicrafts, artwork and one-of-a-kind gifts, all made by local homeschoolers. more
  The Lee University a cappella group Voices of Lee will present “Home for Christmas,” a concert featuring both secular and sacred songs, on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle … more
CAMPBELL TEAGUE was the guest speaker for the Alpha Theta Chapter meeting. With him is Ashley Douglas, president-elect of the chapter. THE NOVEMBER altruistic project for Alpha Theta was the Isaiah House 117.  A generous donation of toys for Christmas, and a variety of sizes of diapers were donated by Alpha Theta sisters. From left are Elaine Kirkpatrick, publicity; Carol Peace, state altruistic chair; Suzanne Curtis, ADK Month chair; and Ruth Bowles, membership.  more
DEAR ANNIE(R) BY ANNIE LANE FOR RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2021 more
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Anne Byrn, author of the Cake Mix Doctor series of cookbooks, will be visiting neighboring McMinn County this week, greeting fellow baking enthusiasts at Greeks Bearing Gifts, a fine gift shop in … more
  Lee University and the Bank of Cleveland will present the annual tradition of “A Classic Christmas” on Sunday, Dec. 5, at 3 p.m. in the Conn Center. “Lee’s School of Music is … more
Joy Renee Nicolo wants people to “Be Proud of Where You are From.” To help in that endeavor, she has crafted pillows featuring hometown sites and events. Sixteen small Tennessee towns as well as several small towns in Mississippi with special memories attached are now highlighted in her exquisite pillows. She explained she has a new business, Hometown Spirit. She paints pictures of landmark sites in the small towns. “I try to pick out places that we all notice and share a place in time that means where we are from,” she said. more
The Sound of Tennessee presents ‘The Grinch’ The award-winning Sound of Tennessee will be presenting “The Grinch” a holiday production and Christmas concert at the Lee University Dixon Center for the Performing Arts on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. The entertaining and inspiring show will share the a capella sounds of this world-famous chorus singing Christmas favorites from the “Grinch Who Stole Christmas” along with much loved Christmas carols and hymns of the season. The tight-knit barbershop harmonies offer these familiar songs a new life that will become a favorite. The Cleveland-based Sound of Tennessee Chorus has been singing for more than 20 years with members coming from throughout Southeastern Tennessee to participate. They have been ranked among the top 20 chorus in the world at competitions. “It’s worth the drive every week to sing with a chorus of this calibre,” said member John Dutton, who comes from the Knoxville area. “I’ve had the opportunity to sing with many choruses, but these guys really work to bring the most out of the music and make each chord ring.” “The Grinch” is a staged production featuring secular songs and a full backdrop of the Grinch’s town. more
2021 Holly Ball to be emceed by Matthew Bentley Matthew David Bentley is set to be the master of ceremony for the 59th Annual Holly Ball on Thursday, Dec. 30. Bentley made his own debut when he escorted his daughter, Maggie Lee Bentley, to be presented as a debutante in 2018. more
HANNAH SULLIVAN, right, poses with Dr. Donna Summerlin, department chair, after receiving her Language and Literature Alum of the Year Award medal. more
DEAR ANNIE(R) BY ANNIE LANE FOR RELEASE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2021 more
THIS IS ATOM, our cat, and his brother Ripley, our treeing walker coonhound.— Alan Almanzar more
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