Over the years, I have become a little intrigued with the Clement family of Middle Tennessee, and not really for any political reasons. I remember one time in college in 1980, when I stopped to visit University of Georgia friend and Bulldog golfer Bob Wolcott in Dickson, Tenn. Instead of having posters of pro golfers in his bedroom, he had a framed old picture of the fedora-wearing former Tennessee Gov. Frank Clement, to whom ... (click for more)
McKamey Animal Center hosted their third annual Humanitarian Awards banquet and fundraiser on March 16. Animal Emergency and Specialty Center was recognized with the Grace Humanitarian Award for exceptional veterinary care and emergency services. “Animal Emergency and Specialty Center’s ... (click for more)
Siskin Children’s Institute announced Candace Chazen and Jen Isaacson as the co-chairs for the 2017 StyleWorks luncheon and fashion show, presented by Belk. A spring tradition in Chattanooga, StyleWorks – Fashion with Compassion supports Siskin Children’s Institute’s programs that serve more ... (click for more)
March 27, 2017
Monday, March 27 Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day: Reggie White Boulevard will be closed from the entrance to the skate park at the First TN Pavilion to W. 19th Street for this event that ... (click for more)
Red Bank Middle School Earth Day Festival, sponsored by the school science department, will be held on Saturday, April 22, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. at Red Bank Middle School, 3701 Tom Weathers ... (click for more)
The Chernobyl Children’s Program of Greater Chattanooga, led by Eve Soltau, is sponsoring an exhibit of children’s art works at Gallery 5 in the Mountain Arts Community Center, 809 Kentucky Ave. ... (click for more)
Should the Visitors Bureau give details on how they are spending over $7 million in hotel/motel tax funds?