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DECEMBER  2003

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Holiday Festivities Begin

Entertainment and activities planned for the holiday season

by Alexandra Edwards

With the Thanksgiving shopping weekend behind us, Christmas festivities shift into high gear with the lighting of the community Christmas tree at 5pm at the Courthouse Annex,  Broad Street on Friday, December 5th. Bradley

County Mayor, Gary Davis and Cleveland City Mayor, Tom Rowland will perform the lighting ceremony accompanied by music from downtown churches.

Local merchants will have extended shopping hours and there will be free carriage rides for the occasion.

Starting at 8am Saturday December 6th, you can enjoy Breakfast with Santa at Arnold Elementary School.

Later, the community Christmas Parade, now called Mainstreet Cleveland's Christmas Parade, begins at 6pm at Bradley Central High School. The parade route will move north on South Lee Highway, turn right on Third Street, left on Ocoee

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Street to the monuments, back on Broad Street, right on Inman, then left on South Lee Highway back to the school.

On Sunday December 7th at Red Clay there will be a live history presentation featuring a 19th Century Cherokee Christmas. Included will be Pioneer Christmas cooking, Cherokee arts and crafts demonstrations, story telling, and Christmas Carols. The event starts at 2pm at Red Clay State Historic Park. For information call (423) 478-0339.

Santa will be at Bradley Square Mall until December 24th. He will arrive daily from the North Pole at 10:30am and stay until 8:30pm. On Sundays his times are 12:30pm to 6:00pm. For information call customer service (423) 472-5080.

Area merchants are working hard to keep Christmas spending within the community. Shoppers will find value priced gifts and unusual items in Cleveland's many smaller, locally owned businesses as well as at chain stores and factory outlets.  Sales with specially priced items can be expected right up until Christmas. Locations of some of Cleveland's most unique and interesting stores can be found on a local free website, ClevelandBradley Business.com. There are directory listings with addresses and telephone numbers for the shopper's convenience.

Area restaurants will be offering a variety of food and entertainment for the holiday season and also cater for office and business parties. Their addresses and telephone numbers can also be found on the cleveland bradleybusiness.com website which is a free service sponsored by The People News.

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