North Hamilton County Council To Donate To Local School

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce’s North Hamilton County Council will donate 40 tickets to Ivy Academy for Soddy Daisy Night at the Chattanooga Lookouts on July 25. 

The game will begin at 7:15 p.m. on the AT&T Field, which is at 201 Power Alley.

The North Hamilton County Council will donate these tickets to the local charter school as part of its annual community service efforts, which include fundraising for all schools in the North Hamilton County area. In addition to school contributions, the council supports the Soddy Daisy Food Bank, as well as other North Hamilton County businesses and community projects.

To learn more about the North Hamilton County Council, contact Alex Thompson at 423 451-0414 or alex@ipayelite.com


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