Walker County Chamber Calendar Of Events

Monday, April 14, 2014

Here is the upcoming calendar of events for the Walker County Chamber of Commerce:

2014 Walker County Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament
Tuesday, April 15
 
Executive Board of Directors Meeting - 2014
Thursday, April 17
 
The University of Georgia's Small Business Development Center: Provided Services & Social Media Topic of April Membership Luncheon
Tuesday, April 22
 
General Board of Directors Meeting
Thursday, April 24
 
Golf Tournament - Rain Date
Tuesday, April 29
 
Don Stultz Senior Citizen Day Task Force Meeting
Tuesday, May 6
 
Elected Officials Recognition Dinner (Invitation Only)
Tuesday, May 6
 
Ambassadors Committee Meeting
Wednesday, May 7
 
SBDC Social Media Class: 1 of 3
Thursday, May 8
 
Membership Luncheon- Leadership Graduation
Tuesday, May 13
 
Executive Board of Directors
Thursday, May 15
 
SBDC Social Media Course 2 of 3
Thursday, May 15
 
Don Stultz Senior Citizens Day
Wednesday, May 21
 
SBDC Social Media Course 3 of 3
Thursday, May 22
 
Edward Jones Grand Re-Opening/Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, May 22
 
Chamber Offices Closed- Memorial Day
Monday, May 26
 
Top of GA Employer Comm.

Meeting
Wednesday, May 28



Chattanooga Chamber Business Calendar For April 20-27

April 24, Leadership Chattanooga Alumni Association (LCAA) AM Regathering 7:30-9 a.m. The Camp House: 149 East M.L. King Blvd. Join Leadership Chattanooga graduates at the monthly “regathering” for coffee and conversation.   April 24, East Brainerd Chamber Council Meeting 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Car Barn: 6721 Heritage Business Ct. Speaker: Alexa LeBoeuf of UnifiEd ... (click for more)

Tennessee Society Of CPAs Hosts Client Financial Advisors Panel Thursday

The Tennessee Society of CPAs is meeting Thursday with a guest panel to talk about the growing trend of CPAs working directly with their client’s financial advisors to help families save as much as possible. The meeting will be held from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Chattanooga Convention Center. (click for more)

Federal Jury Finds Gillispie Guilty Of 6 Counts In Sex Trafficking Case

A federal jury on Wednesday morning found Corrie Gillispie guilty of six counts in his sex trafficking trial. Gillispie was ruled guilty of two counts of sex trafficking, two counts of kidnapping, one count of transporting a person across state lines for prostitution, and one count of money laundering.  The panel found him not guilty of another charge of transporting ... (click for more)

Attorney Says There Was No Valid Reason To Euthanize Monteagle Family's Pet Raccoon Boomer

A Chattanooga attorney who specializes in wildlife cases says there was no valid reason for health officials to have euthanized a pet raccoon belonging to a family in Monteagle. Candace Bone said the family had owned "Boomer" for three years after getting her from an approved raccoon farm. She said, "We are all devastated. He was just like a baby to us. Boomer slept between ... (click for more)

A Tribute For My Brother – Sgt. Jonathan Gardner, U.S. Army

Seven years ago today, my family and I found out that my brother, Sgt. Jonathan D. Gardner, was seriously injured by a roadside bomb, (explosively formed penetrator - EFP), while on a mission in Kuwait. The EFP went through the bottom of his seat and put a softball size hole in his upper thigh. The doctors said that if the bomb had entered the Humvee an inch to the right, he ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Our Teacher's Pay Cut

The Hamilton County School Board will hold a “working session” Thursday afternoon as steps continue to formulate the FY2019 budget and it is a frightening process in a badly-broken system. Everybody knows it is equally embarrassing and after watching teachers who “have had enough” go on strikes in Oklahoma, West Virginia and Kentucky this spring, I guarantee you that Tennessee is ... (click for more)