Tee Times Set For 2014 Chattanooga Women's City Championship

Friday, July 11, 2014

Tee times have been set for the 2014 Chattanooga Women's City Championship.

2014 Chattanooga Women's City Championship

Round: 1 -- Monday, July 14, 2014
Council Fire Golf Club
Tee: 1
8:00 AM Carlene Ryon Nancy Logue
8:09 AM Samantha Griffith Haley Davidson Natalie Javadie
8:18 AM Debbie Durham Rachel Rebne Kathy Vaughn
8:27 AM Hazel Davis Pam Austin Karen Burns
8:36 AM Phyllis Loftsgard Carol Burns Patty Donnahoo
8:45 AM Barb Monaghan Linda Carter Karen Martin
8:54 AM Haley Chalker Patty Jones Sharon Powell
9:03 AM Lynn McGee Kate Gerbitz Rosalie Basten
9:12 AM Lesley Dunn Casandra Godbold Lynn Heck
9:21 AM Judy Mabe Jeanie Reedy Brittany Marcum
9:30 AM Nancy Hora Diane Rachel Jamie Flegal
9:39 AM Pam Potter Vicki Dolan Edwina Montgomery
9:48 AM Evelyn Williams Leatha Eaves Lynn Graham 

2014 Chattanooga Women's City Senior Championship
Round: 1 -- Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Council Fire Golf Club
Tee: 10
8:00 AM Susan Thurman Pat Wilson Anna Cunningham
8:09 AM Lynn Holland Diane Dycus Kandy Berke
8:18 AM Susan Kaplan Joyce Heathcoat DeeDee Raulston
8:27 AM Bonnie Blevins Bonnie Hamilton Eleanor Mitchell

8:36 AM Judi Pressman Pam Schulman Maggie Massey


 


John Shearer: Watching Some UNC Tar Heel Basketball – Again

Several days ago, I headed over to Chapel Hill, N.C., to watch the University of North Carolina men’s and women’s basketball teams play for the second December in a row.   While I generally pull for the Tar Heel men’s team, they are only about my third or fourth favorite college basketball team. In fact, I actually pulled hard for Indiana, my favorite team along with my ... (click for more)

CCS, Signal Mountain Split In District 7-AA Matchup

The Chattanooga Christian School basketball teams split with Signal Mountain in a district 7-AA matchup at CCS.  The Lady Eagles of Signal Mountain held CCS to just 19 points, winning 32-19.  The Charger boys improved their district record to 2-0 with a 54-45 win.  In the low scoring girls game, Signal Mountain led 10-6 at the half.  Signal would score 14 ... (click for more)

Tennessee Members Of Congress Urge President To Approve Federal Disaster Assistance For Tennessee Counties

Members of Tennessee’s Congressional delegation on Saturday urged President Obama to quickly approve Governor Haslam’s request for a major disaster declaration for the State of Tennessee to help five Tennessee counties impacted by wildfires and severe weather in November rebuild and recover. “Governor Bill Haslam has submitted a request for Public Assistance and Individual ... (click for more)

1 Person Injured In Drive-by Shooting On North Germantown Road Friday Afternoon

A person was shot early Friday afternoon on North Germantown Road.  The Chattanooga Police Department responded at 1:45 p.m. to the 700 block of North Germantown Road on a person shot.   The victim was suffering from a non-life threatening gunshot wound, and  was transported to a local hospital by HCEMS.   The victim was shot from a suspect ... (click for more)

New School Funding Ideas

After reading the article “County Schools Prepare To Set Priorities For Next Round Of School Building Funding,” I could not help but think about how helpful it would be to have the millions of taxpayer dollars given the owners of Walnut Common apartments to build some new schools.   In case you did not know, since 2008 our elected officials have given away millions in taxpayer ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Facebook Starlet

The Pants Store, a toney women’s boutique in Birmingham’s Mountain Book community, held its annual Holiday Open House about a week or so and, as usual, the popular store was full of customers and holiday cheer. It was a festive gathering, fun for all, but as store employees cleaned up for the next day, they happened across an empty designer-shoe box and a brassiere somebody had ... (click for more)