Cleveland, Tennessee, teens support Habitat for Humanity

Tammy Johnson, left, Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland executive director, accepts a check from Courtney Rogers and Hannah Hawkins, in front, from left, and Mason Taylor and Asa Blake, behind them. (Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Photo)

» What: The 23 high school students in the 2018-19 Youth Leadership class of Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce raised $1,408.63 as part of a service project.

» Benefits: The money was donated to Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland, Tennessee, to fund more homes for the nonprofit. The teens will also volunteer sweat-equity hours later this school year by painting and landscaping at Habitat homes.