Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon Takes Place Friday

Thursday, May 17, 2018

The American Heart Association's 2018 Go Red For Women Luncheon will be held this Friday at The Chattanoogan Hotel, 1201 Broad St. Guests may arrive at 10 a.m.  The program begins at 11:30 a.m.

The luncheon program will feature:
VIP Area sponsored by Mark Hite Team at Keller Williams
Fashion Show Sponsored by Frankie & Julian’s Boutique
Heart Healthy Experiences sponsored by the following
1. Cancer Treatment Centers of America
2. Vascular Institute of Chattanooga
3. Cempa
Chance to Win sponsored by Southern Surgical Arts
CPR Demonstration by We R CPR
Ruby Falls Million Steps March Activation
Honoree Story
Survivor Walk 
 


 



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Living Well

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Breaking News

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A driver sped off from Collegedale Police on Tuesday afternoon, then ran over a passenger who tried to get out of the speeding car, and finally was captured near Shepherd Road. The driver was identified as David Lee Stevens, 25, and the passenger as Joshua Lee Davis, 37. Stevens is facing multiple charges. The car chase started out on Little Debbie Parkway as a traffic stop ... (click for more)

Opinion

The Culture Of Policing In Chattanooga - And Response (3)

I totally agree with the sentiments expressed by Brenda Washington. Over the years, I have noticed that people tend to ignore or dismiss what she says, or attack her. This is unfortunate, because she is alerting people of the problems within the culture of policing in Chattanooga, whether it is in Hamilton County or the city of Chattanooga. There are good, honest police officers ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Best Olympics Story Ever

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