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cascadiadaily.com

Faces of the floods: Nooksack resident Cheryl Brown

Editor's note: Flood: One year later is a multipart series exploring how the devastating November 2021 flooding changed the lives of Whatcom County and Skagit County residents, as well as bodies of government, over the past year. From farmers to mayors, the historic flooding led to economic challenges, developing plans for the future and preparative measures. Today’s stories highlight some of the faces of the floods — a homeowner, a mayor, a search and rescue chairman and business owners.
WHATCOM COUNTY, WA
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Jacksonville Daily Record

Business Strategy: Cheryl Brown: ‘I have a go-getter personality’

Cheryl Brown completed 31 years with the city of Jacksonville in January. It was a career where her work as director and City Council secretary changed how Council operates and constituents interact with lawmakers. Instead of leaving City Hall with a legacy and retiring, she already had laid the groundwork...
JACKSONVILLE, FL
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bransontrilakesnews.com

Cheryl Brown

Burial for Cheryl Brown, 73, of Galena, Mo., was at the Mars Hill Cemetery, Crane, Mo., on Jan. 13, 2022, under the direction of Stumpff Funeral Home, Crane, Mo. She died on Jan. 8, 2022. Cheryl was born on Dec. 27, 1948 in Fulton, Mo., daughter of Samuel and Virginia (Castle) Lutes.
CRANE, MO
shorelineareanews.com

ShoreLake Arts Gallery presents Cheryl Brown and Jenna Brechbiel

ShoreLake Arts Gallery is exhibiting a selection of works by Mixed-Media Collage Artist Cheryl Brown and Watercolor Artist Jenna Brechbiel. See these works and the creations of other local artists during gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday, Noon to 5pm. Located in Town Center at Lake Forest Park. You can also view and purchase art in the online shop.