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Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

KATIE ARNOLD, a previous contestant herself and now the DYW state program director, speaks at the DYW welcome ceremony on Sunday.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

DYW CONTESTANT No. 4, Cleveland's own Kira Stander, poses for a photo with the 2019 DYW of Tennessee Madison Dochety.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

MAYOR EMERITUS TOM ROWLAND welcomes the 2020 DYW of Tennessee participants to the city of Cleveland.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

CHARLES FANT, a member of the Distinguished Young Women Board of Directors, speaks during the ceremony on Sunday at the Dixon Center.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

THE DYW MEDALS that each participant was presented for their respective cities can be seen on a table during the ceremony.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

GARY FARLEY, the assistant commissioner with the Tennessee State Fire Marshal's Office, speaks during an interview filmed for a statewide fire safety campaign. Farley says a closed door during a structure fire can make a 900 degree difference, saving lives.

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THIS FAMILY TAKES A break from the activities to enjoy some good food from the nearby food vendors. From left are Silas, Annie and Aaron King.

From River Town Festival   |   7/13/19

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY Daniel Guy

EAGERLY ANTICIPATING a good meal, people wait for the New Life Community Kitchen to open. This soup kitchen is a ministry of New Life Bible Church in downtown Cleveland and is located in the church's basement. The kitchen's director said it serves anyone — homeless or not — who is in need of a meal.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

KNOX RADER, center, tries his hand at the bean bag toss to win some prizes at the McMinn County tent during the River Town Festival. Also pictured from left are Trace Blair, Daniel Rader and McMinn County Mayor John Gentry.

From River Town Festival   |   7/13/19

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LINDSEY CAWOOD, right, poses with Bradley County 911 dispatcher Becky Waller, who instructed Cawood to close the door to her bedroom to protect her from the dense toxic smoke caused by a kitchen fire at her residence. Closing the bedroom door contributed to Cawood's survival.

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