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Perriello to Teach Masterclass   Lee University School of Music will welcome Allen Perriello to campus on Sunday at 3 p.m. for a masterclass in the Curtsinger Music Building Choral Rehearsal Room.    Perriello is in his first season as head of music at Minnesota Opera and director of the Young Artists Program at The Glimmerglass Festival. He has served as the head of music and director of the Marion Roose Pullin Opera Studio at Arizona Opera for five seasons. He has spent six seasons with Des Moines Metro Opera as a pianist/coach for mainstage productions and the Apprentice Artist Program.   A graduate of the Merola Opera Program and Adler Fellowship at San Francisco Opera, Perriello worked on six mainstage productions over two seasons. He has also been a member of the music staff at Pittsburgh Opera, Seattle Opera, and Boston Lyric Opera.   Perriello has led masterclasses at Arizona State University, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and University of Arizona. He has been a guest coach at Baylor University and Ithaca College and has served as a judge for the Pittsburgh District of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.   A native of Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, Perriello holds a master’s degree in collaborative piano from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and a bachelor’s degree in piano performance and music education from Ithaca College.   This event is free, non-ticketed, and open to the public.   For more information on the masterclass or other School of Music events, call (423) 614-8240.   more
The Cleveland Civitan Club held a Pancake Breakfast at Aubrey's Restaurant more
God's Lighthouse Tabernacle International Ministries, 304 20th St. S.E., will have its fifth anniversary celebration today through Sunday,  with services daily at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. A brunch … more
 Dustin Tommey,  executive director of City Fields (formerly Impact Cleveland) will be the speaker Monday, March 19, for the noon meeting of … more
As the sixth annual Military Appreciation Day tribute approaches, organizers have unveiled one of this year’s key fundraising tools: the always popular T-shirts whose design defines the 2018 … more
State Rep. Kevin Brooks (R-Cleveland), who represents the 24th Legislative District, and state Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) of the 9th Senatorial District, took a tour on Friday of the Karis Dental … more
Officials with Cleveland City Schools and the Cleveland Police Department used a public gathering Tuesday night to answer some of the community’s questions on school safety.The school district held … more

The annual 4-Way Speech Contest was held recently on the campus of Cleveland State Community College, in the George Johnson Theatre. 

Each year Rotary Interact Students from their respective high schools participate in a speech contest to vie for scholarships.  The winner moves on to the regional competition and then to state. 

Rotary New Generations chair Dr. Denise King and Rotary Education chair Carolyn Ingram coordinated the event.  The winner of the Rotary Club of Cleveland speech contest was Nicole Wiley of Cleveland High School.

From left are Club President Bill Brown; Lauren McKinney, Bradley Central High School; Wiley; Jannat Saeed, CHS; and chair of New Generations Committee Rotarian Denise King.


Local 1676 UAW retirees will meet on Wednesday at noon, at Michigan Avenue Baptist Church.  ——— Dustin Tommey,  executive director of City … more
Jack Higgins will be the speaker for the His Hand Extended Ministries  on Wednesday, 7 a.m., at the Garden Plaza, 3500 Keith St. The devotionals include an inspirational speaker, prayer, gospel … more
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