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CALDWELL PAVING and Grading will serve as Distance Sponsor to provide three markers for the 65 Roses 5K race course at Great Strides through downtown Cleveland and the Lee University campus. The distance markers will be located at miles one, two, and three, and volunteers at mile one will call out split times for runners. The event, taking place on Saturday, March 24, is part of the 2018 Great Strides Weekend held to raise funds and awareness for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Registration and information are available online at or by calling (423) 614-8406. From left are Vanessa Hammond, CF parent and event co-chair, with Jonathan Cantrell of Caldwell Paving.

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Kevin Newman, youth pastor at Delano Baptist Church, believes that WinterJam allows large and small youth groups to forget their numbers, and just enjoy praising God as one massive group. From left are Annslee Newman, Kevin's daughter; Kevin Newman, youth pastor; Lara Newman, Kevin's wife; and Landry Newman, Kevin's son.

From WinterJam attracts church yoouth   |   2/24/18

Jonathan Going, youth pastor at Clingan Ridge Baptist, said his youth are excited to see Kari Jobe perform, and hear John Crist. He believes that an event like WinterJam shows how Christians can be funny and have a good laugh together.

From WinterJam attracts church yoouth   |   2/24/18

GREAT STRIDES, a walk and 5K road race to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation on Saturday, March 24, will feature a Kids’ Corner, sponsored by Bank of Cleveland. Managed by Lee University student volunteers, the Kids’ Corner will include kids’ activities and games, cotton candy, and snow cones. For more information on the event, contact Stacey York in Lee’s Student Development Office at 423-614-8406 or visit Garrett, left, and Amy Ownby of Great Strides Team Garrett are shown with Bank of Cleveland President and CFO Julian Sullivan III, right, and Bank of Cleveland Senior Vice President Christy Goza.

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THE FIRST TENNESSEE Foundation will sponsor a rest stop for participants in this year’s 65 Roses 5K at Great Strides, in an effort to help find a cure for cystic fibrosis. The race will take place on Saturday, March 24. Lee University student volunteers will hand out water to walkers and runners at the half-way point station, located on the corner of North Ocoee and 11th streets. Registration and information for the event benefiting the CF Foundation is available at or by calling the Office of Student Development at 423-614-8406. From left are Bethany McCoy from Lee’s Community Relations Office and Michael J. Griffin, First Tennessee Bank community president.

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William H. Rogers

Entered — February 1943

Died November 1944

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SGT. Rassie L. Fannin

Entered — July 5, 1937

Died March 1, 1945 (ETO)

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