CLEVELAND, Tenn.—Corporate sponsors and individual donors make a difference each year in the cultural programs offered in our community through a special fundraiser.
This year’s 11th annual Chair-ries Jubilee fundraiser, themed “Reimagine,” will raise money for arts in education and other arts programs throughout the community. The event is a project of the Allied Arts Council of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce.
“We invite the support of corporate sponsors and individuals who want to assist in bringing arts-related programs to area schools and to the community at large,” Jennifer Krecklow, sponsorship co-chair, said. “Sponsorships have allowed us to showcase the artwork of a variety of talented artists throughout our community while raising more than $195,000 since the first Chair-ries Jubilee in 1999.”
Corporate sponsors for the 2009 fundraiser include the following: Adman Electric Inc.; American Printing Services; Apple Valley Orchard; Arch Chemicals Inc.; Arnett, Kirksey, Kimsey, Sullivan & Lay PLLC; Athens Federal Community Bank; Richard Banks & Associates; Baskin Robbins; BB&T; Beaty True Value Hardware; Bender Realty; Blackwell Law Offices; Bohannon Development; Bradley Bookkeeping; and Bradley Rentals Inc.
Other sponsors include Ralph Buckner Funeral Home & Crematory, Bullins Trucking, Caldwell Paving, Greg Calfee Builders LLC, Capital Tire Service, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Card, Carroll & Greene Co., Scot and Susan Carter, Cate Brothers Development, Century 21 1st Choice Realtors, Cheyenne Movers, Citizens National Bank; Cleveland City Ballet/Bang-A-Rang Productions, Cleveland Daily Banner and Cleveland Eye Clinic.
The list of corporate sponsors also includes Cleveland Head & Neck Clinic; Cleveland Imaging; Cleveland Plywood Company; Cleveland Risk Management & Insurance; Cleveland Skin & Cancer Clinic; Cleveland Utilities; Collins Oil Company; Crump, Richardson & Young PLLC; Decosimo CPA Firm; Dockins Graphics Inc.; Gwen Ellis, Real Estate Appraiser; Employment Connection Inc.; Enserv South Central LLC; and Chad Eslinger, DDS.
Also sponsoring the event are Jackie Evans Trucking Company; Everhart & Associates; Eyecare Associates of Cleveland; First National Bank; First Tennessee; FirstBank; Fulmarque Inc.; Hardee’s/J&S Restaurants Inc.; Hardwick Clothes Inc.; Ian Harper, CPA; Harting, Bishop & Arrendale PLLC, CPAs; Haskell Interior Design Collection; Infinity Manufacturing Inc.;Insurance Incorporated; Insurity Group LLC; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jackson; and Ed Jacobs & Associates.
The list continues with Industrial Services of Cleveland; Jenne, Scott & Jenne; Johnston Coca-Cola Bottling Company; Key Advertising Inc.; Kingsway Press Inc.; Brenda Lawson & Associates LLC; Don Ledford Automotive; Lee University; Logan & Thompson PC; Massengill Tire Company Inc.; Merrill Lynch & Company; Miller & Martin PLLC; Neely Printing Company; New Hope Pregnancy Center; Olin Corporation; Oliver’s Restaurant; and Orange Blossom Boutique.Additional corporate sponsors include Pioneer Credit Company; The Plastic Surgery Clinic of Cleveland; William A. Pryor III, DDS, MS; Rob Renner Construction; Quality Machining Services LLC; Regions Bank; Dr. and Mrs. William Reynolds; Rodgers Group; Dr. Paul T. McCord, DDS; McDonald’s/Smith Management; McIntire & Associates Insurance Inc.; McMurray Law Office PLLC; Medi-Mart Pharmacy; and Medical Center/Super Discount Pharmacy.Rounding out the list of corporate sponsors are Santek Environmental; Mr. and Mrs. David Schenck; Schering-Plough; SkyRidge Medical Center; Starplex Scientific Corporation; Tennessee Valley Urology Center PC; United Community Bank; USA Mortgage Inc.
Volunteer Rid A Pest; Wal-Mart North; Citizens National Bank/Wealth Management Group; Whirlpool Corporation, Cleveland Division; Wholesale Supply Group; and Woodway Inc.
Event donors are Feehrer Development/Executive Quarters.Dr. Bill and Jan Murphy are benefactors.Additional business donors are Cooke’s Food Store/Season’s Harvest, Flowers Bakery of Cleveland, Louie’s Liquors, Stevi B’s, Tarver Distributing, Village Bake Shop and Wal-Mart South.
This year’s event is set for Friday, April 17, at the Museum Center at 5ive Points. The silent auction and social hour will begin at 6 p.m., followed by a live auction starting at 8 p.m.
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