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His stormy start to life may have contributed to Gary Matheny’s attitude that “life happens.” An accomplished book writer, he is tuning up another type of whirlwind in social media with the music he writes. more
Lee University is pleased to welcome the Escher String Quartet for the next installment of the 2021-22 Presidential Concert Series. The performance will take place on Thursday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 … more
String Theory at the Hunter, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, will continue its 13th season at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, with “Bohemian … more
SOUTH EAST CHAPTER of the National Federation of the Blind met in December for its annual Christmas party. From left, front, are Mandy Dixon; Christy O’Dell, president, with guide sog Wiggles; Krystal Hester; Leah Bladen; And Daniel Henry, secretary; second row, Joe McDonald; back, Cleveland Police Chief Mark Gibson; Faheem Vengazi, vice president; Governor Staten, social media; Officer Jennifer Samples, speaker; and Sergeant Evie West. more
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Lee University’s Department of Language and Literature will offer free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to the community through its Center for English Language and Literacy (CELL). … more
“Your Journey to the New Earth” is the ninth book written by nonagenarian Clyne Buxton. In this 139-page book, Buxton outlines the voyage awaiting the believers of Christ to the New Earth. more
Phyllis Finnell recently published her fourth book. The new book is “President Trump, the Man Who Loves The World,” which shares her personal views on Trump and the events relating to him. Her previous books are “Chipper Wants to See Violet,” “Places in Israel” and “Re-elect Donald J. Trump our 45th President of the United States.” more
The Polk County Ramp Tramp Festival will return in 2022 with a full line-up of music, fun food and fellowship. more
THE 59TH ANNUAL Cleveland-Athens Holly Ball was held on Dec. 30, 2021 at the Cleveland Country Club. Due to COVID-19 restrictions in 2020, the 2020 and 2021 debutantes were  presented together, yet recognized separately. Matthew Bentley served as master of ceremony. The 2020 Debs were Charlsey Sullivan, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Sullivan II; Caroline Parker, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Lee Parker; Isabella Ingram, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Wayne Ingram; Mary Frances Cox, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Martin Walker Jr. and Dr. Charles Boggess Cox; and Caroline Balmer, the daughter of Dr. Lori and James E. Balmer II.   more
The Rev. William F. “Bill” and Rose Marie Williams celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary this week. They were married on Jan. 20, 1951. In 1930, Rose Marie was the second of five children born to Raymond and Maye in Holden, West Virginia Va. As the daughter of a church planter and pioneer preacher, most everything Rose Marie knew was church. In 1931, Bill was born in Olcott, West Virginia. He was one of 10 children. He was not raised in the church. more
Humorist, writer and storyteller Stephen Hollen will be the featured guest at the 26th annual Ocoee Story Fest at the Museum Center at 5ive Point. The Cleveland Storytelling Guild and Museum … more
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LIBRARY CORNER January 23 – January 29 MONDAY | January 24   Monday Wiggles more
The Cleveland Chapter of the National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) met in December for the Christmas dinner and meeting.After enjoying a covered dish meal, Lisa Geren … more
Photo courtesy of Claude Hardison more
Ocoee Garden Club hear program on native plants The Ocoee Garden Club met Jan. 11 at the Cleveland/Bradley Regional Jetport.  more
Ocoee Theatre’s ‘The Diviners’ opens Jan. 29 “The Diviners,” Ocoee Theatre Company’s latest production, opens on Saturday, Jan. 29, at The Venue Creekside on Inman Street in Cleveland. “The Diviners,” by Jim Leonard Jr., is an emotionally compelling drama. In reviews, “The Diviners” was described as a “richly textured work with a range of emotions, similar to John Steinbeck’s ‘Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men.’” The script received the coveted People’s Choice Award at a national AACT (American Association of Community Theatre) event. more
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