Cleveland High School Announces Alumni Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony Aug. 30

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Cleveland High School will celebrate the 2019 CHS Alumni Hall of Fame Inductees on Friday, Aug. 30.

Schedule of events:

9 a.m. - Induction Ceremony in Raider Arena 
6 p.m. - Reception in Raider Arena
7:30 p.m. - Halftime Recognition during Blue Raiders vs. Hardin Valley football game
 

Cleveland High School 7th Annual Alumni Hall of Fame inductees are:

- Michael Calfee, Class of 1987, orthopedic surgeon, Baptist Memorial Hospital – Memphis
- Cameron Fisher, Class of 1980,coordinator of communications, Church of God International Offices
- Vanessa Conn Hammond, Class of 1987,director of Grants & Foundations Relations, Lee University
- Dr.

Debbie Bryson Ingram, Class of 1974,professor of physical therapy, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
- Robert Mark Johnson, Class of 1974, CEO, J&S Restaurants Inc.
- Lauren Phillips, Class of 1995, educator, Gwinnett County Schools
- Julia Johnson Scoggins, Class of 1977, COO, J&S Restaurants Inc.
- Reggie Tucker, Class of 1993, educator and coach, Cleveland City Schools
- Janice Johnson Wilson, Class of 1971, executive director, George R. Johnson Family Foundation



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