Fundraiser For Emily's Power For A Cure Is March 29 On Northshore

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

A fundraiser supporting Emily’s Power for a Cure will be held at Brewhaus on the Northshore Saturday, March 29. The event will be held from noon-midnight.  

There will be a dunking booth featuring staff from the Children’s Hospital at Erlanger from 4-6:30 p.m. Staff volunteering for the dunking booth include Dr. Darby Koller, Dr. Bernie Connell from CHER; Dr. Mark Rowin, PICU; Dr. Jennifer Keates, CH Oncology; Leslie Phelps, RN, Nurse Manager, CHER; with more to be announced.  

Cost is $5 to play the unlimited corn hole for the day.  

Other events include live music at 7 p.m. from Slim Pickins, free pictures from the “Pink Power” photobooth and Emily’s Power for a Cure merchandise will also be available for purchase. 

Brewhaus will be donating a portion of food and beverage sales to the foundation. 

To find out more about the foundation, go to the website For more information contact Lauren Gaddis: or Brynn Atchley:

North America International Solidarity Movement Tour Visits Chattanooga To Raise Awareness About Human Rights Issues In Palestine

Following up on the North America Nakba Tour that visited Chattanooga during Human Rights Month in December 2018, the International Solidarity Movement and two internationally renowned activists, Rana Nazzal and Joe Catron, visited Chattanooga to raise awareness about the current state of human rights issues in Palestine. The group spoke to the Political Economy and Middle East ... (click for more)

Judge David Campbell DAR Chapter Has A Wrinkle In Time Literacy Event

The Judge David Campbell Chapter, NSDAR, supported a literacy and membership event at the AMC Chattanooga 18 movie theater.  As the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution's mission to promote education, member Stacy Kehoe conducted a literacy outreach before, during, and after the showing of "A Wrinkle in Time."  Literature packets as well as the Judge ... (click for more)

Volkswagen To Build New 5-Passenger SUV In Chattanooga

Volkswagen officials announced Monday that they will build a new five-passenger SUV at the Chattanooga plant at the Enterprise South Industrial Park. Governor Bill Haslam was among those on hand for the announcement. It will be a variant of the seven-passenger Atlas that is already under production here. Like the Atlas, the new model will be designed and engineered for ... (click for more)

Weather Channel Correspondent Hunkered Down In Chattanooga, But Storm Stayed Mainly To The Southwest

A Weather Channel correspondent hunkered down in Chattanooga on Monday night as a fierce storm approached. A Weather Channel anchor termed it "a rough night in the Scenic City," but the main area of damage kept to the southwest.. Reynolds Wolf said he, along with his cameraman and producer, were ready to take shelter in their nearby hotel should the storm become dangerous. ... (click for more)

Remember The Full Story Of Toys-R-Us - And Response

It is always disappointing when any business is forced to close because of competition. Big box stores do this to smaller retailers every day. And while Toys-R-Us seemed to be an unstoppable force, they have finally succumbed to online ordering and simplicity.  But if you think about it, when Toys-R-Us came into existence, imagine the number of “mom ‘n pop” toy stores that ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A Very Stupid Letter

Not a one of you has ever heard of a lady named Megan Jones Bell.   But, because our state legislature is determined to allow California’s unique brand of crazies to pull Tennessee down to its loathsome level, our state lawmakers probably never will. Megan is a paragon in the field of mental health strategy – i.e., ‘What's the smartest thing for state government to do right ... (click for more)