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Lee University Presidential Concerts
Lee University’s 23rd Presidential Concert Series promises a variety of top performers, including vocalists, pianists, violinists, and more. These world-class performances will begin with pianist C...
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Well-run dog parks have rules
Hopes are high that within the next few months Cleveland will finally have a dog park where dogs and their families can enjoy getting out together for some healthy walking, playing, meeting and gre...
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Dr. Shane Griffith: Lee’s MBA built on ‘experimental learning’
“There’s just something different about your students in terms of their work ethic and their sense of responsibility.” That is what Dr. Shane Griffith said he hears when Lee University business stu...
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Lee is not finished yet
Lee University President Dr. Paul Conn acknowledged a question he felt was running through everyone’s mind during Celebration 2014: Are we almost there yet? The answer is no, he said. “We are not o...
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The annual Agri-heritage photo competition
The annual Agri-heritage photo competition was held recently in conjunction with the Cowpea Festival and Cook-off. The contest was open to amatur photographers in the Ocoee Region. The photos were ...
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Partnership between Lee University, Hunter Museum
Lee University, in partnership with The Hunter Museum of American Art, is proud to announce the celebration of its sixth season of String Theory, featuring six world class concerts, beginning this ...
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Sheriff's Office: Faith-based ministries making a difference
During the first week of our transition, there was a need for a lot of cleaning and painting. Most of this was accomplished by inmates supervised by correction officers. They worked early morning a...
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Teddy Bear Picnic
The ladies of Cleveland's Junior Auxiliary are partnering with the Friends of the Library Association (FOLA) this year to host the Teddy Bear Picnic. It will be held at the Cleveland Public Library...
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PCL focuses on 5 areas to help needy
Local nonprofit People for Care and Learning recently narrowed its focus to five emphases in an effort to break the cycle of poverty through the impact of a community for good. Assistant Director J...
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Solomon calls on Lee students to lead in quelling discrimination
Dr. Wayne Solomon, professor of Sociology and Religion at Lee University, held an academic seminar titled “Racial Unrest in America” Friday morning on Lee’s campus. As part of Lee’s “Celebration 20...
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Scott Hicks Memorial Golf Classic
Targeting an aggressive $45,000 goal, volunteers directing the newly named 18th annual Scott Hicks Memorial Golf Classic & Auction are gearing up for the campaign’s all-important second thrust. On ...
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Dr. Bridges installed as Seminary’s Fisher chair of Spiritual Renewal
The Pentecostal Theological Seminary held a special installation ceremony for Dr. Cheryl Bridges Johns during its bi-weekly chapel service on Sept. 9. Johns was appointed as the Robert E. Fisher Ch...
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12 teams compete in Family Promise’s bed races
Sleeping in on a Saturday morning is one of the great pleasures of life. That luxury was intensified for some this Saturday when they were able to crawl in a bed and have themselves rolled through ...
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Lee University receives Higher One grant
Higher One, a university financial services organization, recently awarded the Financial Literacy Counts Grant to Lee University for fall 2014. The grant will fund the Financial Literacy and Money ...
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Downtown Dine Around offers second helping on Oct. 2
Delicious menu choices, all types of food, locally owned, and all located in downtown Cleveland — it’s time for a second helping at the Downtown Dine Around on Oct. 2. MainStreet Cleveland introduc...
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