Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events Sept. 24-28

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Sept. 24, Excel at Excel: Beginner Excel Training

10 to 11:30 a.m.

The Edney Innovation Center: 1100 Market St., Floor Five

Attend this session to learn about setting print parameters, formatting spreadsheets, sorting information, filtering information, splitting cells, simple formulas, PivotTables (they’re easier than you think!) and other features of Microsoft Excel. 

Register at thechattery.org.

$22

 

Sept. 25, LCAA AM Regathering

7:30 to 9 a.m.

The Camp House: 149 E. M.L. King Blvd.

Leadership Chattanooga graduates are encouraged to attend this morning networking event at The Camp House.

 

Sept. 25, East Brainerd Chamber Council Meeting

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

Car Barn: 6721 Heritage Business Ct.

Speaker: Jennifer Parris, Parent Volunteer Coordinator/Admissions Coordinator at Chattanooga School for the Liberal Arts (CSLA)

$12

 

Sept. 25, Ribbon Cutting for Physicians Care - Northshore

2 to 2:30 p.m.

Physicians Care – Northshore: 419 N. Market St., Ste. 100

Join the Chattanooga Chamber for a ribbon cutting event for Physicians Care – Northshore.

 

Sept. 25, Ooltewah Collegedale Chamber Council Monthly Mixer

5 to 7 p.m.

Puléo's Grille: 6108 Artesian Cir.

Join the Ooltewah/Collegedale Council for their monthly mixer at Puleo's Grille, held on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Complimentary light appetizers as well as drink specials.

 

Sept. 27, Enterprise Gateway Chamber Council Meeting

8:15 to 9:30 a.m.

Hospice of Chattanooga: 4411 Oakwood Dr.

Speaker: Christy Gillenwater, President & CEO, Chattanooga Chamber

$10

 

Sept. 27, Brand and Beyond Series: Creating Consistent Communication 

12 to 1 p.m.

The Edney Innovation Center: 1100 Market St., Floor Five

In this class we will learn how to establish a consistent content creation process that keeps your brand top of mind of your ideal market.

Register at thechattery.org.

$15

 

Sept. 28, Reality Check at Central High School

7:30 to 11 a.m.

Central High School: 5728 Hwy. 58

Reality Check teaches ninth graders budgeting and emphasizes the connection between education and income by allowing students to role-play as heads of household on a budget. Community volunteers are needed to assist with this event. To volunteer for this Chattanooga Chamber career readiness program, please contact Cathy Humble at 423.763.4321 or chumble@chattanoogachamber.com.

 

Sept. 28, YPC Lunch

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

The Edney Innovation Center: 1100 Market Street, Floor Five

Join YPC for their monthly lunch at The Edney Innovation Center, Floor Five Community Space.

Speaker: Kyle Miller, Head of Brand and Communications at Bellhops

Register at ypchattanooga.org

Members: $5

Non-Members: $15

 

Find more information about local business events at chattanoogachamber.com.


NRC Schedules Open House To Discuss Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant Performance

Application Open For 2019 Department Of Public Works Summer Program

New Hamilton County Business Licenses


The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has scheduled an open house for May 9 to provide information and answer questions regarding the safety performance of the Watts Bar nuclear power plant, ... (click for more)

The City of Chattanooga Department of Public Works announces the applications for the Public Works Summer Program are open now through Monday, April 29. The Public Works Summer Program provides ... (click for more)

Here are the new business licenses from the County Clerk's office: 1ST CLASS FLOORING LLC ANTHONY VECCHIO 4 FLOORING CONTRACTOR 705 MCCARTER RD LAFAYETTE GA 30728 A-Z INVESTMENTS,LLC ... (click for more)


Business

NRC Schedules Open House To Discuss Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant Performance

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has scheduled an open house for May 9 to provide information and answer questions regarding the safety performance of the Watts Bar nuclear power plant, including the recent annual assessment letter covering all of 2018. The open house will run from 5-6 p.m. in the Spring City Municipal Building, 229 Front St., Spring City, Tn. NRC employees ... (click for more)

Application Open For 2019 Department Of Public Works Summer Program

The City of Chattanooga Department of Public Works announces the applications for the Public Works Summer Program are open now through Monday, April 29. The Public Works Summer Program provides employment opportunities for area high school seniors and recent high school graduates (within three years) who are interested in learning trades and gaining experience during the summer ... (click for more)

Breaking News

SoCon Freshman Of The Year Who Left UTC Will Play For TCU

Kevin Easley, who announced he was leaving UTC after being named the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year, said he will be transferring to Texas Christian University. Easley will be eligible to play in the 2020-2021 season. He made the announcement on his personal Twitter account. Easley, at 6'6" and 223 pounds, was the first Chattanooga men's basketball student-athlete ... (click for more)

Dalton Police Department Seeks Suspects In Car Break-Ins

The Dalton Police Department is seeking help from the public to identify two men who broke into three vehicles parked at the Planet Fitness gym on Walnut Avenue. There have been several car break-ins in this parking lot over the past year because people using the gym often leave valuables inside of their cars instead of taking them inside. The suspects in these three break-ins ... (click for more)

Opinion

Why Does Walden Need A Large Grocery Store? - And Response (2)

The town of Walden has a population of 2,118 people. What do those citizens need with a 49,000 square foot grocery store? Or with 10,000 square feet of commercial office space? Or a fuel island? Or increased tractor trailer traffic with proportional damage to the road up and down the mountain? Or multiple traffic lights at the “W” Road intersection and at Timesville Road? When ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: This Ain’t Gonna’ Work

When Governor Bill Lee talks about education, or the lack of it, I’ll listen. He’s the guy who, when he found his newly-hired employees were wanting, his thriving Lee Company in Nashville started its own vocational school and paid them to learn. The investment was brilliant and the outcome obvious. But now comes the bigger gamble, vouchers for some and, for others, charter schools ... (click for more)