From left are Luke Queen; Ralph Summers; Sue Summers; and Dr. Tullock.
The Civitan Club members recently welcomed Ralph Summers, founding board member of Bradley Cleveland Services, his wife Sue Summers and Dr. Regina Tullock, retired from Knox County Schools and adjunct instructor at Pellissippi State Community College. In retirement, she edited and designed “Reflections of a Country Boy,” a collection of writings from “Birds . . . and Nature of Things,” a column written by Jack Tullock for 20 years — 1972 to 1992 — for the Cleveland Daily Banner. She also is a photographer. Allen School, during the1957 -1958 school year, was the scene of the first special education class in the Cleveland City Schools. There were 16 students, and Jack W. Tullock was the teacher. Dr. Tullock, daughter of Tullock, presented to the Cleveland Civitan Club on Wednesday a program of original slides and memories of the beginning of this area of educational services. For information about Cleveland Civitan International Club, or membership information, contact Info@CivitanOnline.com or call Estela Liermann 284-4561.