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R E L o c a t i o N Our museum preserves the history and culture

G U i D E of the Ocoee Region.



Voting Laws
Worship A person must be 18 years of age or older and permanently registered

Sunday, circa 1700s. Early Tennessee 30 days before elections. Residency requirement is 20 days. Election
settlers arrived for a simple and quaint Commission Ofice, Courthouse Annex. 155 Broad St NW, 423-728-7115.
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.
worship service. The congregation was quiet
and orderly. The sermons were typically
“more earnest and forcible than polished Library
or elegant.” Cleveland Public Library. Andy Hunt,
Sunday, circa 2011. Gone are the crude Director; 795 Church St NE. Hours:
brush arbors and log huts. Gone are the Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday-
Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m.
meeting houses of the 1800s and early Number of items: (locally owned) 153,040,
1900s. In their place are cozy community 25,399 ebooks (access to varying types).
churches, stately edifices with lofty steeples 423-472-2163. www.clevelandlibrary.org
and contemporary worship centers. History Branch and Archives. Located at
With more than 250 churches anchoring 833 Ocoee Street N in one of Cleveland’s
best-loved landmarks. The Craigmiles
our community, worshipers may choose House, built in 1866, was placed on the
National Registry of Historic Places in 1975.
It has served as a library since 1922. Collection focuses on genealogy and
local history. Hours: Monday, 9 a.m.-noon, 1-8 p.m.; Tuesday-Wednesday, 9
a.m.-noon, 1 p.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday, 1-8 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.;
Sunday: Closed. 423-479-8367. www.clevelandlibrary.org

Lodging

Thirty hotels and/or motels are located in the county with a total of 1,720
rooms. A list of member hotels is available at the Chamber ofice or online at
www.visitclevelandtn.com.
from nearly every denominational
preference or style of worship—large or Media outlets
small, traditional or nontraditional, even Newspapers
multicultural congregations. Our churches th
today offer athletic activities, bus ministries, Cleveland Daily Banner. 1501 25 St; 472-5041. Average paid circulation:
Daily—14,900, Sunday—16,200. Published Monday-Friday and Sunday.
choral and instrumental instruction for www.clevelandbanner.com
all ages, daycare centers, K-12 schools and Chattanooga Times Free Press. 400 East 11th St, Chattanooga TN
libraries, in addition to preaching, Bible 37403. 756-6900, Paid circulation: Daily—75,594; Saturday—79,367;
studies, missions and evangelistic efforts, Sunday—100,149. Published daily. www.timesfreepress.com
counseling services and pastoral care. Radio
And because many of our churches Local radio stations: WBAC-AM 1340, 423-472-4053;
strive to minister to the community at-large, WQMT-FM Tennessee 93.9, 423-476-9300; WCLE-AM 1570,
they influence business, educational and 423-472-6511; Mix 104.1-FM, 423-614-6499; WOOP 99.9 FM,
cultural circles, as well as the spiritual life 423-614-5553.
of the community.
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