Kathie Scobee Fulgham To Be Interim Executive Director Of Sculpture Fields

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Catherine Clifford has resigned from the position of executive director of Sculpture Fields at Montague Park.  Ms Clifford has accepted a position with the Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy.  Kathie Scobee Fulgham as been named as interim executive director of Sculpture Fields at Montague Park.

"Cathy has served Sculpture Fields extremely well during the critical period leading up to our opening, as well as the subsequent year and a half of the Park’s existence," said John Henry, chairperson of the board.  "Her hard work and leadership have insured the parks sustainability and the place in the community it now occupies.

"On behalf of the Board of Directors of Sculpture Fields at Montague Park, I want to thank Cathy for her contribution and to wish her great success in her new position." 

Ms. Fulgham has, from the beginning, been involved with the park and has worked with Ms. Clifford on many of the events and initiatives. Ms. Fulgham will work with the board to sustain present objectives and assist in the national search for a new executive director.  

"We are excited to welcome Kathie Scobee Fulgham to Sculpture Fields and look forward to this new chapter in the further development of our story," said Mr. Henry.


McKamey Animal Center Offers $500 Reward

McKamey Animal Center is seeking information regarding three seriously neglected dogs abandoned in the 3400 block of Lightfoot Mill Road in Chattanooga sometime around or before Oct. 12. The dogs were found by the railroad tracks, which is a common location for abandoned animals, officials said.   According to McKamey Animal Service’s Officer Rebecca Ross, “All three ... (click for more)

Former Hamilton County Commissioner Joe Graham Helps Honoring The Sacrifice Foundation

Honoring the Sacrifice Foundation received a $20,000 gift from the discretionary funds account of departing Hamilton County Commissioner Joe Graham. Honoring the Sacrifice Foundation is a Chattanooga based public benefit charity whose mission is to meet the unique needs of post-9/11 severely wounded veterans. The donated funds will be used to purchase a custom wheel chair for ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Police Investigating Shooting That Victim Says Happened A Week Ago

Chattanooga Police responded to a local hospital on Friday evening after a person arrived with a gunshot wound.   The injured man told police he was shot on Thursday, Oct. 11. He said he was shot while on the dance floor of a club somewhere along Brainerd Road.   If you have any information about the incident, call Chattanooga Police at 423-698-2525. You ... (click for more)

Charles Pipkens, Lajeromeney Brown Arrested In Series Of Violent Home Invasions In Which Robbers Posed As Police

Chattanooga Police have arrested Charles Dijon Pipkens and Lajeromeney Brown in connection with a series of violent home invasions in which the suspects told their victims they were Chattanooga Police officers.. Pipkens, 27, was charged in an Aug. 11 case and Brown, 40, in an incident on Sept. 19. Pipkens, of 434 N. Hickory St., is charged with two counts of aggravated kidnapping, ... (click for more)

Teach For America Raises Concerns

For the last several years, many groups, individuals and parties interested in preserving public education for our children have stood firm as a rampantly growing privatization movement has descended upon our local educational landscape.  We saw last year the Department of Education push a plan that would form a partnership zone which could potentially lead to schools in the ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Inequality & The Left

The story is told about a liberal politician who was getting a room full of snowflakes all heated up over equity and equality, which is big with the political Left right now. One of his handlers finally got the chance and whispered in his ear, “Use ‘fairness’ instead! That’s what sells … “ Afterwards a newspaper column read, “The liberals love fairness because it cannot be measured. ... (click for more)