DAR Service Projects Benefit Community

Friday, October 11, 2019
Pictured, from left to right, are Mary Word, Chapter Regent Linda Crawford, Lori Cook, Pam McConnell and Christy Torok
Pictured, from left to right, are Mary Word, Chapter Regent Linda Crawford, Lori Cook, Pam McConnell and Christy Torok

The Nancy Ward Chapter, NSDAR, provides community service continually throughout the year honoring American history by educational support for schools, conservation projects, preservation of landmarks, responding to community aid requests and participating in events honoring veterans.

Mary Word, Chapter Regent Linda Crawford, Lori Cook, Pam McConnell and Christy Torok assembled dozens of feminine products and cosmetic bags for underprivileged women, and packaging more than 100 hand knitted patriotic winter hats for veterans, to be provided at the annual Christmas Party at the Chattanooga ‘Charles H. Coolidge’ Veterans Clinic.

"The Daughters of the American Revolution is the largest women’s service organization in the world, recently achieving a million members," officials said.  Prospective members are invited to contact the Nancy Ward Chapter at nancywardchapter@gmail.com.


New Dalton Police Officers Confirmed By Dalton Public Safety Commission

VA Expands Digital Capabilities Of Veterans Legacy Memorial

The Chattery Selected by GlobalGiving As Red Backpack Fund Recipient


Three new police officers were confirmed by the Dalton Public Safety Commission on Tuesday. Officers Nicholas Hill, Leslie O’Neal, and Jacqueline Perez were all unanimously confirmed. The commission ... (click for more)

The Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration announced Monday it has enhanced and expanded capabilities on the Veterans Legacy Memorial website, https://www.va.gov/remember, ... (click for more)

GlobalGiving announced on Monday that The Chattery has been selected to receive a $5,000 COVID-19 relief and recovery grant from The Red Backpack Fund, an opportunity for small businesses and ... (click for more)



Happenings

New Dalton Police Officers Confirmed By Dalton Public Safety Commission

Three new police officers were confirmed by the Dalton Public Safety Commission on Tuesday. Officers Nicholas Hill, Leslie O’Neal, and Jacqueline Perez were all unanimously confirmed. The commission was holding its first monthly meeting since February due to meeting cancellations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Officer Nicholas Hill is a 2019 graduate of Dalton State College ... (click for more)

VA Expands Digital Capabilities Of Veterans Legacy Memorial

The Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration announced Monday it has enhanced and expanded capabilities on the Veterans Legacy Memorial website, https://www.va.gov/remember, for family, friends and visitors to leave “Tributes” or comments on a Veteran’s memorial page. VLM is, by design, easy-to-use and navigate and is the country’s first digital platform dedicated ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Hamilton County Has 15th Coronavirus Death; Tennessee Deaths Rise By 5 To 343

Hamilton County’s positive COVID-19 case count ended last week with a meteoric rise, something that persisted through the extended Memorial Day weekend. Health Department administrator Becky Barnes says there have been 163 new cases since noon Friday. Also, Hamilton County has added a 15th death from coronavirus, the Hamilton County Health Department reported on Tuesday. “These ... (click for more)

Coppinger Presents Bare Bones Budget That Still Could Be Revised Down

County Mayor Jim Coppinger on Tuesday morning presented a bare bones budget that still could be revised downward by reductions from the state. The county mayor said he is confident with the county's revenue projections. However, if there are more cuts coming, he said the county enjoys a healthy rainy day fund. It stands at $110 million - the same as last year. The total county ... (click for more)

Opinion

Remembering Mendon John Price

It was sad to see that Mendon John Price had passed away. He was the wheelchair bound street musician that many of you saw outside of the Lookouts games and the Tivoli events. He would be playing his harmonica. He once was cited in front of me for panhandling and blocking traffic on the street or sidewalk down where the Lookouts play. Fortunately for him, he came in front ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A Child Of World War II

I am a child of World War II. Actually, I was born four years after the Japanese surrender – the 75 th anniversary of which will be celebrated this summer – but in my formative years I can very distinctly remember sitting on the floor of DeSales Harrison’s family room at the foot of Lookout Mountain’s East Brow Road and holding the Gendaito (a type of Samurai sword) that ‘Dee’ accepted ... (click for more)