100 Salvation Army Angels To Be Adopted In Large-Scale Shopping Event During 4th Annual Run With Reason

Thursday, December 2, 2021

Chattanooga Echelon, a service organization of young professionals who promote and support The Salvation Army, is hosting their annual Run with Reason event to support recipients of the Angel Tree Program.

Run with Reason, presented by HHM CPAs, is sponsored by local businesses, churches and other organizations who contribute monetary donations based on a group jog-a-thon.

This year, as Echelon members and Salvation Army volunteers and personnel ran a total of 125 miles, community partners have provided enough funding to purchase Christmas gifts and other necessities for roughly 100 Angels.

On Friday afternoon, Echelon will use this money to adopt those Angels at the Signal Mountain Walmart.

Since its inception in 2018, Run with Reason has raised over $50,000 for those in need.
 
Additionally, 96 Angels in the Chattanooga region still need to be adopted. The deadline to adopt at Hamilton Place and Northgate malls is this Saturday, and adoptions close online at https://www.csarmy.org/ this Sunday.

Although Angel Trees will be up in Walmart Supercenters until mid-December, community members are highly encouraged to adopt by this Sunday.



Weekly Road Construction Report

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Weekly Road Construction Report

Here is the weekly road construction report for District 29: BRADLEY COUNTY SR-60 widening from the 4-lane north of I-75 (LM 17.2) to SR-306 (LM19.9): During this reporting period, the contractor will be mobilizing equipment to the project site and will being clearing operations and installation of erosion control measures. Crews will also be working on foundations for a new ... (click for more)

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The Friends of Hixson honored this year’s Community Impact Award recipients, Mayor Jim Coppinger and Front Runner Athletics Owner Chad Varga. Community Impact Awards are given to individuals and businesses each year that have exhibited outstanding services and leadership in the Hixson Community. The Friends of Hixson’s Community Coffee Meetings are on the third Wednesday ... (click for more)

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