Around Cleveland 3-3
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Newcomers of Cleveland will have its next general meeting on Monday at 9:45 a.m. at Broad Street United Methodist Church. The guest speaker this month will be from M&M Mars. Join the fun, bring a friend and meet your neighbors here in Cleveland. Anyone interested in joining can check our website at clevelandtn.weebly.com.

The Distinguished Young Women program will be held Saturday at First Baptist Church. The program begins at 6 p.m.; doors open at 5:45. Tickets are available at Bradley Central, Cleveland and Walker Valley High schools, Cherokee Pharmacy and The Orange Blossom through Friday, and at the door the evening of the event. All seating is general admission ($15).

stitches in time quilt show at the Museum Center at Five Points will run through March 9. Quilts have topped more than 90 beautiful creations — from antiques to small wall hangings and even large bed quilts.

Foundation House Ministries, which will open in May, is seeking volunteers to teach Bible studies, crafts, tutoring, cooking classes, parenting and nutrition classes. Donations of money, home furnishings, clothing, food and toiletry items would be appreciated, also. Call Suzanne Burns at 400-2753 for more information.

Calico Squares group dances in the second floor Community Room at the Garden Plaza of Cleveland, 3500 Keith St. N.W., every Tuesday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. For more information, call Teresa at 479-7790.

AARP Drivers Safety classroom course will be available March 20 and 21 in Athens. Learn proven safety strategies and you could save money on car insurance. Reservations are required. Call 423-745-6830.

Dr. William Bass, founder of the University of Tennessee Body Farm, will be in Cleveland on April 16 for a speaking engagement, as announced by the Friends of the Library Association. The talk by Dr. Bass will be held at the Little Theater in the Village Green Town Center at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will go on sale March 18 at the library. Adult tickets will cost $10 and student tickets $5. A limited “Meet and Eat” reception will be held before the evening talk with wine and heavy hors d’oeuvres served. Reservations for the reception and reserved seating for the talk will be $75 per person. Contact the Cleveland-Bradley County Public Library for more information.

Southeastern Christian Writers Conference is set for April 26-27 with 12 workshops led by local writers and editors. Call Wanda Griffith at 472-1392 for more information or go to www.secwc.com.

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