Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events June 19-22

Thursday, June 14, 2018

June 19, Red Bank/Signal Mountain Chamber Council Meeting

Noon to 1 p.m.

Check Red Bank Council Facebook page for location

Speaker: Signal Mountain Mayor Chris Howley and Red Bank Mayor John Roberts

$10

 

June 20, Business Workshop Series: How to Effectively Communicate Company Policy with Difficult Employees

8:30 a.m. to Noon

INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. (Please park across the street in the Republic Parking lot at Renaissance Park)

Don’t allow difficult employees to drain positive morale and productivity from your business. This training will help you develop a plan to manage employees by implementing and addressing the legal aspects of appropriate policies on disciplinary procedures. Learn techniques to manage employee misconduct, poor performance, poor attendance and tardiness.

Speaker(s): Instructors are experienced business consultants from Tyler Construction Engineers, P.C.

Co-Sponsors: These seminars are hosted by the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce courtesy of the Tennessee Department of Transportation Civil Rights Small Business Development Supportive Services Program.

Register at tsbdc.org/chscc.

No cost; breakfast included.

 

June 20, Ooltewah/Collegedale Chamber Council Meeting

9:15 to 10:30 a.m.

Collegedale City Hall: 4910 Swinyar Dr.

Program: Diversity Panel

No cost

 

June 20, Instagram Marketing Strategies—Intermediate

11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. (Please park across the street in the Republic Parking lot at Renaissance Park)

Over 80 million photos are uploaded to Instagram every day. Discover how to find your customers and grow your followers on Instagram utilizing hashtags and locations, engaging with influencers, content strategy tips, pre-scheduling posts and advertising.

Speaker: Lisa Brown, owner of 3E Social

Register at tsbdc.org/chscc.

$25

 

June 20, Hixson Chamber Council Meeting

11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

North River Civic Center: 1009 Executive Dr.

Program: Networking

$10

 

June 21, Pick the Brain of the CPA

11 a.m. to noon

INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd. (Please park across the street in the Republic Parking lot at Renaissance Park)

Business owners, let the CPA know your area of interest and become informed through this Q & A opportunity. Accounting topics to potentially be covered: financial literacy (What do the numbers mean? Record keeping basics: How do you keep up with the money?) and business planning basics.

Speaker: Adam Osborne, CPA, Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough

Register at tsbdc.org/chscc.

No cost

 

June 21, North Hamilton County Chamber Council Meeting

11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Budweiser: 200 Shearer St.

Speaker: Dr. Bryan Johnson, Hamilton County Superintendent

$10

 

June 21, Ribbon Cutting for Life Care Center of East Ridge

1 to 1:30 p.m.

Life Care Center of East Ridge: 1502 McDonald Rd.

Join the Chattanooga Chamber for a ribbon cutting event for Life Care Center of East Ridge.

 

June 21, Business After Hours Sponsored by Hawthorne at the Summit

5 to 7 p.m.

Hawthorne at the Summit: 8602 Summit Peak Way

Business After Hours brings an average of 100 business people together for networking and refreshments. Business After Hours in June is sponsored by Hawthorne at the Summit.

No cost

 

June 22, Ribbon Cutting for Partnership for Families, Children & Adults

11 to 11:30 a.m.

Partnership for Families, Children & Adults: 301 E MLK Blvd., Ste. D

Join the Chattanooga Chamber for a ribbon cutting event for Partnership for Families, Children & Adults.



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Senator Bell Receives Tennessee District Attorneys' Guardian Of Public Safety Award

The state’s 31 district attorneys have recognized state Sen. Mike Bell with the Guardian of Public Safety Award.   The Guardian of Public Safety Award is given to a legislator who recognizes the necessity of protecting our citizens and takes action to advance public safety.   “Senator Bell is keenly aware of the public safety issues faced by Tennesseans on a daily ... (click for more)

Funeral Service For John P. Franklin Will Be Friday; Public Memorial Service Is Thursday Night

Funeral services will be Friday for John P. Franklin, Chattanooga's first elected black official in the post Jim Crow era. Mr. Franklin died Thursday at the age of 96. He will lie in state in the chapel of John P. Franklin Funeral Home from noon until 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday,. Public viewing will resume at 11 a.m. on Thursday at Olivet Baptist Church, and a ... (click for more)

Woman, 20, Killed While Trying To Cross Highway 153 Early Sunday Morning

A woman, 20, was killed early Sunday morning while trying to cross Highway 153. The victim was identified as Ansleigh Kaylyn Harrison. At approximately 1:28 a.m. , Chattanooga Police officers responded to a pedestrian struck at 5256 Highway 153. A Toyota Sequoia driven by 31-year-old Asher Powers was traveling north on Highway 153 in the inside lane. The pedestrian ... (click for more)

John Porter Franklin, Sr.: A Community Gem

In 2016, It was   my honor to have been chosen to recognize African American History Month at the February HCDE board meeting.   Throughout my life, I’ve been taught and exposed to African American history both nationally and locally. In reflecting on what to share, I thought about all that was going on in our community and more importantly in our educational community ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: What’s 28% Of 2,500?

There is a strong likelihood, this based on new data obtained from the Hamilton County Department of Education, that only 700 of this year’s approximately 2,500 high school graduates can tell you what 28 percent of 2,500 is. The 2018 test scores, used to determine what percentage of students in public schools are “scoring on track,” averaged 28.4 percent in our 32 middle and high ... (click for more)