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In news today…
Bowater Employees Credit Union member Tammy Johnson has won $1,000 from Bowater Credit Union to her favorite non-profit, Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland.
Bowater Credit Union has asked its members to nominate their favorite non-profit helping people in the counties eligible for credit union membership: Bradley, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, and Polk. Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland is the first winner of 2019.
To learn more about Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland or to make your own donation, visit habitatofcleveland.org.
The Pay It Forward program will continue through 2019, and that means any member of Bowater Credit Union can nominate their favorite non-profit for a $1,000 Pay It Forward prize. Three more prizes will be given out in 2019, and the deadline to be considered for the next prize is August 31st.
From WRCB Channel 3…
As changes are being made to Riverbend, officials at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center say changes are happening to the strut as well.
The cultural center tweeted Friday afternoon that there will not be a Bessie Smith Strut this year.
Instead, the cultural center is partnering with the Mary Walker Foundation for a brand new event. The Chattanooga Big 9 Roots Festival will take place on Saturday, October 5.
The event will be a free day-long street festival.
From NewsChannel 9…
An entire school celebrated their classmates Monday morning after they brought home the highest athletic honor in the state.
All eyes were on a trophy at Bradley Central and the Bearettes that brought it home. Bradley Central is the winningest program in Tennessee. But it had been 43 years since the girls last won it all.
Monday morning in Jim Smiddy Arena, the school showed its love. The gold ball trophy was prominently displayed and a video replay of senior Hannah Lombard’s game winner against Houston in the state championship game was played.