Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events Aug. 26-30

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Aug. 26, Introduction to Enneagram

6 to 7:30 p.m.

The Chattery at Chattanooga WorkSpace

302 W. 6th St.

This class will give you a broad overview of the nine Enneagram types and how they relate to one another, the patterns that each type exhibits and the opportunities to have more harmonious relationships with all types.  

Register at thechattery.org.

$20

 

Aug. 27, Mosaic Coffee + Conversation

9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

INCubator, Board Room

100 Cherokee Blvd. (Park across the street in the Republic lot)

Searching for your perfect intern? Mosaic will be at the INCubator to discuss the benefits of hiring a student with Autism. Help Mosaic students find their fit by stopping by the INCubator for great coffee and conversation.

Register at bit.ly/2ZcSK6w

No cost.

 

August 27, East Brainerd Chamber Council Meeting

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

The Chattanooga Event Center

2193 Park Dr.

Speaker: Molly Blankenship, Chattanooga 2.0

$12

 

August 27, Ooltewah Collegedale Chamber Council Monthly Mixer

5 to 7 p.m.

Springhill Suites

8876 Old Lee Hwy

Join the Ooltewah/Collegedale Council for their monthly mixer, held on the fourth Tuesday of every month. There will be complimentary light appetizers as well as drink specials.

No cost.

 

August 30, YPC + Lunch

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

First Things First

620 Lindsay St. Suite 100

Are there three or more generations in your office? Has there been friction once or twice between these different generations? Join YPC for lunch to learn about multi-generational communication in the workplace.

Speaker: Julie Baumgardner, First Things First

Register at chattanoogachamber.com/events

Members & Non-Members: $12

 


Rissie Woodward Named Hamilton County 4-H June Dairy Month Chairman

MESH Expands Team And Presence Throughout The South

New Hamilton County Business Licenses


Rissie Woodward has been named the 2020 June Dairy Month chairman for Hamilton County. Co-sponsored by The Dairy Alliance, 4-H and the Tennessee Farm Bureau, June Dairy Month activities ... (click for more)

MESH, an independent, award-winning creative and strategic agency with over 17 years in the business, on Monday announces it is expanding its presence to three new locations in the South, with ... (click for more)

Here are the new business licenses from the County Clerk's office: BACKYARD CALLZ SEAN GUINN 5907 NORTHWOODS DR HIXSON TN 37343 BLOOMPRINT STATIONERY SHAKERA T EDWARDS 4827 JERSEY PIKE ... (click for more)



Business

Rissie Woodward Named Hamilton County 4-H June Dairy Month Chairman

Rissie Woodward has been named the 2020 June Dairy Month chairman for Hamilton County. Co-sponsored by The Dairy Alliance, 4-H and the Tennessee Farm Bureau, June Dairy Month activities are designed to communicate the value of milk and other dairy products to Tennessee consumers. "Chairpersons play a vital role in spreading dairy’s message in their communities," officials ... (click for more)

MESH Expands Team And Presence Throughout The South

MESH, an independent, award-winning creative and strategic agency with over 17 years in the business, on Monday announces it is expanding its presence to three new locations in the South, with its headquarters remaining in Baton Rouge. Chief Strategist Hector Gonzalez is leading the firm’s expansion to Chattanooga, Will Jenkins has joined the firm as agency director in Austin, Tx., ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Tennessee Aquarium Announces Phased Reopening Plans

After standing empty for more than three months, the Tennessee Aquarium’s galleries will soon echo with the laughter and excited chatter of guests once again. The aquarium will begin a phased reopening to the public with exclusive opportunities for members beginning June 12-14. The Aquarium will then close for a few days to ensure new processes and safety protocols are operating ... (click for more)

County Courthouse Employees Go Home At Mid-Day Before Protestors Arrive

Employees at the Hamilton County Courthouse on Monday shut down at mid-day ahead of another wave of expected protestors. Trustee Bill Hullander said the action was taken after there was word that a protest would be held at 1:30 p.m. on the Courthouse grounds. He said, "We did not want to take a chance on something happening to one of our employees as they left to go home." ... (click for more)

Opinion

It's Anarchy Now

During the Russian Revolution thousands upon thousands were slaughtered. Famine brought about starvation and even cannibalism in the new Soviet Union. Between the World Wars hundreds were murdered in Germany with no reaction by the government. Food shortages and mass unemployment led to daily civil unrest. Communist revolutionaries routinely battled private armies openly in the ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: My Garden This June

On this, the first day of a new month, I pause during my monthly trip to the garden as I mourn for my country. The protests that morphed into ugly, race-fueled riots are worse than the COVID virus that continues to plague our nation. By this I mean we were helpless to the virus – there was no way to stop it and therefore we must endure. Criminal rioting is altogether different. ... (click for more)