Unity For Service

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED OUR ANNUAL PANCAKE BREAKFAST!!

It was a huge success because of your patronage and belief in our mission to stop CHILD ABUSE.

Cleveland Exchangites Patsy Reese (new member), Denise Strub (president) and Debbie Maxwell (human resources) look over some of the information available to the breakfast patrons.

Raymond Wong was one of several members who cooked over 700 pancakes for almost 350 people Saturday morning at Cleveland High School.

Helping the club out Saturday morning with the Drive Thru were members of the Delta State University Phi Mu Sorority and Cleveland High School National Honor Society.

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month


Kenny Williams (right), Cleveland Exchange Club president, supervises as instructors and students from the after-school program at the Bolivar County Literacy Depot wrap the trees downtown in blue ribbon. Blue is symbolic color for bruises on a child and the ribbons are meant to remind the community to prevent child abuse.