Woodmore Neighborhood Fun Fair To Be Held Saturday

Monday, June 19, 2017

The Woodmore Neighborhood Fun Fair will be held this Saturday from noon-2 p.m. at the New Covenant Fellowship Church, 1326 N. Moore Road in Chattanooga, to benefit and support the Woodmore Neighborhood.

The Woodmore Neighborhood Fun Fair will provide information on resources available to children, families, and residents of the Woodmore Neighborhood. The Fair will encourage participants to meet and to interact with organizations and individuals, and to provide a fun space and time for kids, officials said.  

Each attendee will receive a Scavenger Hunt card to complete --- once the card is completed the person’s name will be entered into the door prize drawing.


CONFIRMED (yes/no)


Erlanger SSDA CHCs


Health Screenings

Mental Health Providers


Mental Health Coop






Wellness Screenings



Tortoise & Animal Education

Kids On The Block


Puppet & Art Project









Information table



Information on free neuter program, etc. (may bring a dog)



Adult Reconnect Program information

City Neighborhood Services


Information about neighborhood services

Christian Women’s Job Corp


Job training/placement information

Read 20


Bookmobile and free books for kids who attend



HIV testing and information about programs/services

Tara Phillips


Free trauma sensitive yoga demonstrations



Information and contact sheet for follow-up for the July event

Door prizes include:

Aquarium Tickets
Discovery Museum Tickets
Zoo Tickets
Gift cards for Walmart or Food City (pending)
Gift baskets from the City, Chatt State (pending)

For more information, contact Bill Hicks at 423-667-6990 or whhicks@comcast.net.

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