Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County To Host District 1 School Board Debate Monday

Friday, June 26, 2020
The Pachyderm Club of Hamilton County will host a debate between Rhonda Thurman and Stephen Vickers at noon on Monday, June 28 at The Feed Co. Table and Tavern, 201 W Main St. in Chattanooga.

Ms. Thurman, incumbent, and Mr. Vickers are candidates for the Hamilton County School Board District 1 seat. The election is to occur Aug. 6.

The Club continues to abide by CDC guidelines and state and local health requirements. Meals are plated and served by The Feed Co. staff.

Lunch is $15; non-eating attendees $5.
Parking is available in the lot at the corner of Cowart and W. Main; be sure to bring your ticket to be validated by the The Feed Co. The restaurant cannot validate tickets from other lots.

"Help the organization by becoming an annual national member, local membership is $20 and national is an additional $25," officials said.






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