Pack up your chairs and blankets and get ready to watch a movie under the stars! The Community Foundation’s Emerging Leaders Council is presenting the movie Hotel Transylvania on Saturday, June 8 at Greenway Park. “We encourage you to gather your family and spend quality time together while watching a family-friendly movie on a giant screen,” said Kaiti Chandler, Chair of the Emerging Leaders Council. A total of four family-friendly, recent box office hits will be presented during the course of this summer with something for everyone to enjoy. The rest of the summer schedule is as follows:

July 13th– Christopher Robin (Literacy Theme)- Cleveland Public Library will present a story time and help families apply for a library card;

August 3rd – Spiderman Homecoming (Superhero Theme) – kids are encouraged to dress as their favorite Superhero and there will be Superhero characters present for family pictures;

August 10th– Ralph Breaks the Internet.

These events are FREE to the public. The movies will start at dusk (about 9 p.m.)
Concessions from Hungry Hippie and Kona Ice along with popcorn and candy will also be available for purchase on site beginning at 7 p.m. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent.

The Movies Nights are made possible by the following sponsors:
Presenting sponsor:
Easy Auto

Premier sponsors:
Blue Ridge Pulmonary – Dr. Ethan Rutledge
City of Cleveland – Parks and Recreation
Mix 104
Ocoee Oral Surgery – Dr. Hunter McCord
Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union

Major sponsors:
Advanced Auto
May & May Dentistry
State Farm – Eric Evans

Supporting sponsors:
Capital Tire
Dobbs’ Landscaping
Edward Jones-Cambridge Square
The Hungry Hippie
Kona Ice
Robbins Family Dental
Saylor See Creative Studio
United Community Bank

Through both hands-on charitable service and committee-based grant making, the Emerging Leaders Council provides a training ground for the future leaders of Cleveland and Bradley County’s philanthropic and outreach efforts.

The Community Foundation of Cleveland and Bradley County is a public, nonprofit, community foundation where many donors join together to make the community they love a better place, today and for future generations. The Community Foundation is made up a collection of individual charitable funds established by individuals, families, businesses, and other nonprofits and foundations. The Community Foundation is committed to serving and understanding donor needs, handling complex charitable gifts, wisely managing charitable funds, and leveraging its community knowledge and partnerships to increase charitable impact. To learn more about the Foundation and its many services, visit or contact Cathy Barrett at