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Cleveland readies for Spring expo on Sat.


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The Fourth Annual Cleveland Spring Expo is scheduled for Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. at the Cleveland Town Fire Station at 130 W. Main.  They are excited again that Brianne Johnson from Good Things Utah (channel 4) will return to host the Expo. She will spend the day as the guest of honor. There will be food, (copy-cat Café Rio), prizes, entertainment, crafts, vendors, bake sale and two fashions shows featuring Bella L Amore Spa and Boutique and Maurices. Don't miss your chance to register to win a Feeling Fabulous Makeover. We are asking all Cleveland Residents who are interested in donating a baked item for the bake sale to contact Jaycie Gardner at 435-609-6193. Robert H. Jacobs Jr. an author from Oak City, will attend the Expo and have his books available. Robert writes children's books for sportsmen. The "Little Jake" series tells wonderful stories and amazing illustrations that will capture the hearts and minds of young sportsmen everywhere. Please visit www.littlesportsman.com for more information. Robert will be available for most of the day and there will be a book signing for all those interested. For more information call 435-653-2310. This event is a fund raiser for the Cleveland Firework display held on July 20.

Everyone welcome to attend. Come and get your Mother's Day shopping done and support local business.

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