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Randy Forney has joined Award Realty to work side by side with his wife, Rhonda Forney.Randy has held an Indiana real estate license for the past 14 years and has recently obtained his Tennessee … more
Eaton Corporation recently awarded Brendan Foley as the local winner of the 2018 Stover Volunteerism Award for Community Service.  The award is named for former Eaton CEO James Stover, whose intense concern for people marked his service to the company and the community.  For the past two years, Foley has served as the Bradley County event lead for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.  In that role, Foley leads the committee that organizes the event and coordinates the involvement of the Relay for Life teams.  In the Relay season that ended on Aug. 31, the Bradley County Relay for Life finished with a fundraising total of $166,716.  The Stover Award winner’s charity is awarded a donation in the name of the recipient.  Awarding the certificate and check are, from left, Michael Patterson, Eaton human resources manager; Foley;Chrissy Seals – American Cancer Society Community Development manager; and Cesar Escarcega, Eaton plant manager. more
ABOVE IS A PANORAMIC view of the western side (rear) of the new Legacy Village of Cleveland elderly-care facility on Candies Lane. A grand opening for the 71-apartment complex was held on Thursday … more
The Southeastern Writers Alliance held its inaugural meeting with  17 attendees Tuesday at the Carmichael Room of the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library. The three founders of the … more
Teen Leaders Today, Community Leaders Tomorrow Twenty-three exceptional young people from Bradley Central, Cleveland and Walker Valley High Schools and Tennessee Christian Preparatory School recently began their Youth Leadership Class of 2018-19 experience. The Youth Leadership program encompasses eight months and gives the students opportunities to learn about the local economy, heritage and tourism, city and county government and services, and health and human services. They also experience a day in Nashville to learn about state government. more

CSCC hosts reception for Mechatronics Honors Institute participants

Cleveland State Community College recently hosted a congratulatory reception for the students, their parents and participating businesses and industries in its Mechatronics Honors Institute (MHI).

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
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