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Cleveland State’s SWAP Wins Award Cleveland State’s Student Wildlands Adventure Program (SWAP) was nominated for and recently won the southwest section (Region 3) of the U.S. Forest Service’s Gifford Pinchot Award for Excellence in Interpretation and Conservation Education. It is now a finalist for the national award to be presented at the National Association of Interpretation’s annual conference at the end of November. more
The Cleveland commmunity lost one of its most dedicated civic supporters this weekend.Don Lorton, 87, had a long history of volunteerism with the Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce, United … more
On Oct. 28, a reception was held at First Baptist Church to honor Max Morris and 20 years of His Hands Extended. On Sept. 21, 1999, His Hands Extended held its first early morning devotional at Pathway Book Store on 25th Street. The devotional has grown and touched many people in the community over the last 20 years. more
A new ministry in Cleveland is attempting to spread the gospel to golfers, especially to golfers facing crisis situations in their lives.Ron Potter, a Cleveland resident and founder of the Challenge … more
Baylor Biddy, a fifth-grader at Black Fox Elementary, took this photo during photography club. more
JENNIFER HARDISON caught this yellow rump warbler at song, but he didn’t seem to approve of the photo interruption. more
Will Fowler, fifth-grader at Black Fox Elementary, took this picture of fall colors during photography club. more
Leah Beaty, fifth-grader at Black Fox Elementary, took this beautiful fall picture in photography club. more
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