Today: Mostly sunny and warm. High near 70. West to Southwest wind 5-10.
Tonight: Mostly clear with a low in the low to mid 40s. Light wind.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny with highs in the mid 70s.
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5IVE POINTS ART FESTIVAL
the 5ive points arts festival - downtown cleveland, tn
july 28th & 29th----free to the public
35 artists will sell art and fine crafts indoors at the museum center
for more information call 423-339-5745 or go to www.museumcenter.org
friday 5-8pm preview party
saturday first street square 9a - 3pm
saturday museum center at 5ive points 10am-6pm
sunday museum center at 5ive points 11am-5pm
The Museum Center's 1924 American LaFrance Firetruck will be displayed on Inman Street in front of the Museum Center the entire weekend.
FACEBOOK FRIEND OF THE DAY
Chris Brown who works for the City of Chattanooga at the Hixson Community Center. He loves his job as an education and technology specialist for the Parks and Recreation department. -
Arguably, the biggest national news story of recent weeks is the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act. Everybody has an opinion about the action, including the Tennessee Medical Association, president -elect, Dr. Christopher Young practices with Anesthesiology Consultants' Exchange here in Chattanooga and talks about this decision - for more information 800-659-1862
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY RESEARCH
This year, you can join the movement to help create a world with less cancer and more birthdays by enrolling in the American Cancer Society's research study called Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3).
The study is open to anyone in the United States and Puerto Rico who is willing to commit to the study long term, is between the ages of 30 and 65, and has never been diagnosed with cancer (not including basal or squamous cell skin cancer).
Enrollment will take place at various locations in Greater Chattanooga August 21-25, 2012.
To make an appointment or for more information, visit www.cps3chattanooga.org or call 1-888-604-5888.
MR FOOD - for todays receipe go to www.mrfood.com
DISTINGUISHED YOUNG WOMEN
joining us today is "lexee" (alexia) hill of dayton, tn - the distinguished young woman of tenn -
Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee (formerly "Tennessee's Junior Miss" is a scholarship program for high school women. The program promotes Leadership, Scholarship and Talent.
Alexia ("Lexee") Blair Hill of Dayton, Tennessee won the title of Distinguished Young Woman of Tennessee,on Saturday July 23, 2011, during the state scholarship program on Lee University campus in Cleveland, Tennessee
. Lexee was also awarded the Overall Interview and Overall Self Expression awards. She traveled to Mobile, Alabama in June 2012 to participate in the 55th National Finals. She represented the state of TN very well at the National Finals.
Lexee is a recent graduate of Rhea County High School where she served as a cheer team captain and a member of the Yearbook editorial staff. Lexee was selected to participate in Volunteer Girls State in the summer of 2011 and has attended the National Youth Leadership Conference in Washington, DC. Lexee is the first local winner form Rhea County to win the Distinguished Young Women of Tennessee scholarship program.
Lexee will be attending the University of Tennessee at Knoxville to study political science, followed by law school, to someday become a criminal defense lawyer.
* This year is the 55th Anniversary of the TN State program.
* The State of Tennessee's program is held in Cleveland, TN, and the national program is held in Mobile, Alabama.
* The preliminary state program will be held on Friday, July 20, 2012, beginning at 7 PM at the Fine Arts Center at Bradley Central High School. The final program will be held on Saturday, July 21, 2012, beginning at 7 PM at the same location.
* Tickets are on sale in Cleveland at Perry's Petals and Orange Blossom boutique. Ticket prices are $55 for both nights and $30 for each individual night. Individual night tickets are sold at the door.
for more information www.distinguishedyw.org