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Voices of Lee Sings for Wacker in Germany   Voices of Lee recently returned from Germany, where the acapella group was honored to perform for Wacker Corporation in Munich.   Voices’ first performance took place in the Wacker Belegschafthaus Hall to a “standing-room-only” crowd of over 1,100 people.   “The crowd’s exuberance was breathtaking,” said Danny Murray, director of Voices of Lee. “When we sang, they cheered us on.”  The concert ended with three encores.   Voices also performed at the Wacker Headquarters in Munich. “We got to meet the wonderful employees of Wacker and perform a special concert for them,” said Murray. “It was an unforgettable experience.”   Aside from performing, the group was treated to sigh-seeing in Salzburg, Austria, and Altoetting, and was taken on a boat cruise on Lake Chiemsee, visiting the island and the castle Herrenchiemsee (New Palace). They were also given a tour of the Burghausen Castle, the longest castle in the world, once occupied by the Duke of Germany.   According to Murray, Wacker CEO Dr. Rudolf Staudgil remarked kindly about Voices’ visit and the special relationship Wacker has with the United States.   Staudgil first heard the Voices of Lee in 2011 at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Wacker plant in Charleston, and was reintroduced to the group at the plant’s dedication and grand opening in 2016. It was at the dedication Staudgil determined to bring Voices of Lee to Germany.   CEO and site manager for Wacker Tennessee Mary Beth Hudson introduced the group in Germany, saying, “This was a long-range goal come true!”     PHOTO: (1) more

Family Promise of Bradley County is hosting its Cleveland Circuit Ride 2018 fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 29, at Johnston Woods. The ride begins at 9 a.m. and the cost is $25 per rider, with children 15 and younger riding free with a paying adult. Lunch will be provided. 


Is Ireland a Callin’ you? Tour Ireland in 2019 with the Chamber of Commerce

Are you dreaming of a vacation to Ireland? Would you enjoy traveling with a local group? Embrace the journey and join the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce for an informational meeting on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 5:30 p.m., at the Chamber office, in Village Green at 225 Keith Street S.W, to learn more about a Chamber-sponsored trip to Ireland in October of 2019 with Collette and Outland Travel.

The following information was gathered solely from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office. This list includes individuals who are, or have been, incarcerated in the Justice Center, and can include arrests made by the BCSO, the Cleveland Police Department, the Charleston Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Drug Task Force and other local law enforcement agencies. more
Nine successful alumni were honored during the 6th annual Cleveland High School Alumni Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Friday.                   … more
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office recently arrested two federal fugitives in conjunction with the U.S. Marshals Service.  more
Some Old Parksville Road residents are concerned about a proposed zoning change and the townhome subdivision it could bring. Residents have spoken out against the zoning change at public meetings but some are now signing their names to a protest petition. more
Two leaders with Bradley County Schools were recently honored for their work by being recognized as the district’s Principal of the Year and Supervisor of the Year. Elizabeth Kaylor, principal … more
Remote Area Medical CEO Jeff Eastman visited the Cleveland Kiwanis Club luncheon Thursday.Eastman touched on the recent death of RAM founder and President Stan Brock, and informed the Kiwanians the … more
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