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Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

KRISTY DAVIS sings the National Anthem to begin the armed forces veterans luncheon at Westwood Baptist Church Tuesday.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

U.S. ARMY VETERAN Ralph Beavers, right, speaks with Col. David Smartt following the armed forces veterans luncheon Tuesday at Westwood Baptist Church.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

A SCOUT FROM TROOP 10 lights the candle during the Fallen Comrade ceremony at Tuesday’s armed forces veterans appreciation luncheon.

Banner photo, TIM SINIARD

A PORTION of embankment adjacent to Ross Elementary School, pictured on the right, was removed Wednesday, June 29, to make way for a curb-lined sidewalk. It was the first sign of activity for a major Mouse Creek Road/Paul Huff Parkway intersection improvement project set to ramp up later this month.

Banner photo, ALLEN MINCEY

RETIRED COL. DAVID SMARTT, an Army chaplain, was the guest speaker for the armed forces veterans appreciation luncheon at Westwood Baptist Church this week.

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Tracie Shellhouse

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Volunteer instructor and Lee alum Samuel Blake helps students learn how to make introductions in the C.E.L.L. summer refugee class.

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Primary campers expand their knowledge and vocabulary of space exploration through word play.

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Intermediate campers work with Scott Rosenow from Tennessee Valley Robotics to select missions for their robotics design and programming.

From left are Past Chapter and Past State President Claude Hardison, Bradley County Schools Elementary Schools Supervisor Elizabeth Taylor, Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter President Terry Beaty, Superintendent of Bradley County Schools Linda Cash, State Chaplin and Chapter 1st Vice President Greg Banther and Chapter Secretary Kevin Jackson.

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The Col. Benjamin Cleveland Chapter, Tennessee Society, Sons of the American Revolution, recently gave 25 flags to Cleveland City Schools and 125 new American flags to Bradley County Schools. The Tennessee Society of SAR last year launched “Flags for Freedom” to address the classroom shortage and it has received requests for several thousand flags for classrooms across the state. From left are State Chaplin and Chapter 1st Vice President Greg Banther, Past Chapter and Past State President Claude Hardison, Cleveland City Schools Director of Human Resources Kelly Kiser, Chapter President Terry Beaty, Executive Administrative Assistant to the director of Cleveland City Schools Andrea McMackin and Chapter Secretary Kevin Jackson.

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The Class of 1972 at Bradley Central High School, the last graduates from the “old” Bradley, will celebrate its 50th class reunion beginning at 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Coffey Barn. Social hour begins at 4, class picture at 5 and dinner 5:30. On Friday, Oct. 21, there will be a meet-and-greet at Las Margaritas, 25th Street, from 5-8 p.m., Dutch treat. The following classmates are being sought: G’Nell Bivens,

Stephen E Dixon, Brenda L Kendrick and Lois R Shahan. If you have not received your invitation, contact Betsy Maupin Gentry at 423-310-5075 or gentrybetsy@hotmail.com. Planning the event are, front row, from left, Judge Daniel Swafford, Beverly Sampson Nedbalek, Judy Cody Henderson, Robin Pack Forester, Ken Brown and Debbie Hughes Carlton; and back, Teresa Withrow Grant, Debra Morgan Hickey, Mary Shelton Broome, Betsy Maupin Gentry, Darrell Coffey and Luci Caywood Moore.

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