Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events Nov. 6-10

Friday, December 3, 2021

Dec, 7, ONLINE: Member Orientation

8:30-9:30 a.m.

Chattanooga Chamber, (Zoom)

Whether you just joined the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce or have been a member for years, join us via Zoom to learn more about your member benefits, ways to engage with the community, and what's going on at the Chamber!

Register here.

No cost.

 

Dec, 7, IN-PERSON: North Chattanooga Council Meeting

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

Outdoor Chattanooga: 200 River St.

Join us on the first Tuesday of the month for networking and a great program.

Register here.

No cost.

 

Dec. 8, ONLINE: DEI Forum On Inclusive Culture

10-11 a.m.

Join us Wednesday, Dec. 8th from 10 to 11a.m. as UTC's Vice Chancellor For Diversity and Engagement, Stacy Lightfoot moderates the conversation around inclusive culture.

Register here.

No cost.

 

Dec. 8, IN-PERSON: Southside Council After Hours

5:30-7 p.m.

Wanderlinger Brewing Company: 1208 King St.

The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce’s Southside Council is committed to keeping businesses connected. Join us for a fun event at Wanderlinger Brewing Company to network and connect to other local businesses.

Register here.

No cost.

 

Dec. 9, IN-PERSON: YPC AH + Forgotten Child Fund

5:30-7:30 p.m.

Gate 11 Distillery: 1400 Market St., Ste. 108

Join your YPC friends for a Holiday Gathering at Gate 11 Distillery on Thurs, Dec. 9 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for drinks, laughter and connections as we celebrate the holiday season and support the Forgotten Child Fund.

Register here.

No cost.


62 Communities To Receive Community Development Block Grants

Chattanooga Office Of Elliott Davis Firm Featured On Newest Release Of The Moving Business Forward Podcast

New Hamilton County Business Licenses


Governor Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe approved $28.5 million in Community Development Block Grants, which will assist communities with ... (click for more)

The start of the countdown to the deadline for filing annual tax returns served as the inspiration for the sixth episode of the Moving Business Forward podcast series from PodTopics. Moving Business ... (click for more)

Here are the new business licenses from the County Clerk's office: AF FLOORING COMPANY EDILMAR A FIGUEROA ALVA 3017 DODDS AVE CHATTANOOGA TN 37407 ALICE IN WONDERLAND LEARNING CENTER ... (click for more)



Business

62 Communities To Receive Community Development Block Grants

Governor Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe approved $28.5 million in Community Development Block Grants, which will assist communities with infrastructure improvements, housing rehabilitations and health and safety initiatives. “Investing in local infrastructure is one of our top priorities, and these funds will play a vital ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Office Of Elliott Davis Firm Featured On Newest Release Of The Moving Business Forward Podcast

The start of the countdown to the deadline for filing annual tax returns served as the inspiration for the sixth episode of the Moving Business Forward podcast series from PodTopics. Moving Business Forward made an onsite visit to the Chattanooga office Elliott Davis, which has more than 100 years of history as a leading accounting, audit, tax and business advisory firm with offices ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Girl Stabbed Multiple Times At East Hamilton High School

A ninth grade female student at East Hamilton High School was stabbed multiple times in the lunch room Wednesday morning by a fellow ninth grade female, sources said. The student with the knife was arrested and transported to the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention Center. EMTs were called for the the student who was injured. She was taken to a local hospital. The incident ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Could Get Millions In Lawsuit Settlement With Opioids Firms

Hamilton County is set to possibly receive millions of dollars in a settlement with three manufacturers and distributors of opioids, attorney Ronnie Berke told members of the County Commission on Wednesday. In late December, a federal judge rejected a proposed $4.5 billion settlement with Purdue Pharma that would have given the Sackler family a full release from any liability. ... (click for more)

Opinion

Earl Freudenberg: Johnny Haynes Overcame His Disability To Become A Police Department Fixture

Johnny Haynes was a special person. Under almost clear skies and 45 degree temperatures, he was buried Saturday afternoon when a small group of his friends gathered at Greenwood Cemetery off Wilcox Boulevard for the committal service. The retired Chattanooga Police Department employee has been my friend since 1962. The Central High School graduate was born with polio but was ... (click for more)

Employers Broke The Social Contract - And Response (2)

Along with our trust, most employers are going to need to give those who participated in the great resignation something to hold onto. The cliché during the pandemic is that we’re all in the same storm, not the same boat. Some of you are in yachts while the rest of us are drowning, grasping at driftwood. For some it’s being deep in medical debt, for others they suffer from burnout ... (click for more)