Date Changed For Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy Carnival

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy Carnival has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 5, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the school, 1800 Bailey Ave.

The public is invited to attend the event that will feature games for the family, a petting zoo, a "cake walk," arts and crafts, face painting, a fire truck on display, door prizes, food vendors, a DJ and more.   

All proceeds will benefit academic and enrichment programs at CGLA.

To learn more about the Carnival, visit www.cglaonline.com, call 702-7230, or email GeGe Harris at gegeharris@cglaonline.com
 

Sponsors include: Brewhaus, Carmike Cinemas, Chattanooga Bakery, Chattanooga Coca Cola Bottling, Cracker Barrel, Critter Corral, Educational Outfitters, Famous Dave's BBQ, McKee Foods, Mojo Burrito, PD Entertainment, Pin Strikes, Republic Services/Allied Waste Management, River Street Deli, Tikiz Shaved Ice & Ice Cream, Yahiness Candy Apples, and several individual donors. 



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