Brenda Hester: Making paradise on earth If Brenda Hester had her way, the whole world might resemble a paradise garden full of bright, colorful flowers like the ones she plants at the Charleston and Benton postal facilities.
Museum to host 12th Annual Gala fundraiser The Museum Center at Five Points will host its 12th Annual Gala fundraiser Sept. 24. This year’s Gala will honor Mrs. Bess Mayfield Neil whose contributions to the museum’s Endowment Fund helped to...
Author Jane Schulz to speak at Newcomers The Newcomers Club of Cleveland will present author, Jane B. Schulz, on Monday in its regular meeting at Broad Street United Methodist Church. Schulz is a retired professor of special education fro...
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BETTIE MARLOWE, Banner Staff WriterCleveland Daily Banner
Walking tall with new legs It was the day before Thanksgiving, Nov. 26, 2008, when Chuck Evans’ life was forever changed. The most unthinkable traumatic accident which took his legs turned out to be a wonderful gift.
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MELISSA SNYDER, Banner Lifestyles Writer Cleveland Daily Banner
Fulfilling a dream Etta N. Nicol began her journey with Broad Street United Methodist Church in 1982. A teacher at the Harford Girl’s School in Moyamba, Sierra Leone, Nicol served as a guide for Jerry Everly, a forme...