Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events June 14-18

Thursday, June 10, 2021

June 14, ONLINE: New-trepreneur Bookkeeping

noon-1 p.m.

New to being an entrepreneur? This information-packed class covers 10 of the most common bookkeeping mistakes and practical, efficient solutions to overcome them. Hosted by TSBDC and HR Business Solutions.

Register here.

No cost.

 

June 15, ONLINE: Red Bank/Signal Mountain Council Meeting

noon-1 p.m.

Join us for some great networking and to hear from guest speakers.

Register here.

No cost.

 

June 16, IN-PERSON: Southside Community Coffee

8-9 a.m.

Join the Southside Council’s first in-person coffee networking in over a year.

Hurry & sign-up as space is limited! The location will be announced after registering.

Register here.

No cost. 

 

June16, ONLINE: Ooltewah/Collegedale Council Meeting

8:30-9:30 a.m.

Join us as we hear from Girls Inc. and how they are helping to get girls involved with workforce initiatives, particularly with regards to the technical field.

Register here.

No cost.

 

June 16, ONLINE:  ChaTech Startups

11 a.m.-noon

ChaTech Startups is for founders and principals of early-stage tech-oriented startups in the Chattanooga area.  This session will focus on practical things the community and individual companies can do to attract and develop talent to meet the needs of tech startups.  This group is sponsored by the Chattanooga Technology Council.

Register here.

No cost

 

June 16, ONLINE: Hixson Council Meeting

noon-1 p.m.

Come and join the Hixson Council as we hear from Alexis Willis with the Chattanooga Chamber’s Business INCubator. She will be speaking on the great programs and opportunities that exist for small businesses and entrepreneurs. She might even bring guests to share about their experiences and growth.

Register here.

No cost.

 

June 18, ONLINE: DIVERSIFY 2021

10 a.m.-noon

Zoom

The dual crises of COVID-19 and the unrest that swept our country, last year, put a spotlight on the high cost of racial and economic inequality. The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce continues its commitment to creating a business community that includes everyone, by hosting its second Diversify Virtual Summit on June 18, highlighting diversity, equity and inclusion in the 21st century workplace. Diversify will feature breakout sessions led by industry professionals and a keynote presentation by Rick C. Wade, senior vice president of Strategic Alliances and Outreach at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee.

Register here.

$15

 

June 20, IN-PERSON: Chattanooga Makers Market

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

INCubator: 100 Cherokee Blvd.

Welcome Chattanooga to a Makers Market in the Northshore. The INCubator + Chatt*Lab team up to support local makers at the Hamilton County Business Development Center. Find handmade, handcrafted art, treats, jewelry and so much more. 

Learn more here.

No cost.


New Car Wash Planned At East Main And Holtzclaw

Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events June 14-18

Chattanooga Bar Associations Seeks Nominations For Liberty Bell Award


A new car wash is planned at the corner of E. Main Street and Holtzclaw Avenue. Jeffery Nation owns the 1.9-acre site. A request before the Planning Commission is for a setback deviation ... (click for more)

June 14, ONLINE: New-trepreneur Bookkeeping noon-1 p.m. New to being an entrepreneur? This information-packed class covers 10 of the most common bookkeeping mistakes and practical, efficient ... (click for more)

Each year, the Chattanooga Bar Association honors an outstanding citizen in the Chattanooga area with the “Liberty Bell Award” for public service. Nominations are currently being solicited for ... (click for more)



Business

New Car Wash Planned At East Main And Holtzclaw

A new car wash is planned at the corner of E. Main Street and Holtzclaw Avenue. Jeffery Nation owns the 1.9-acre site. A request before the Planning Commission is for a setback deviation to allow for the required space for cars to exit the car wash. Berry Engineers is handling the project. (click for more)

Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events June 14-18

June 14, ONLINE: New-trepreneur Bookkeeping noon-1 p.m. New to being an entrepreneur? This information-packed class covers 10 of the most common bookkeeping mistakes and practical, efficient solutions to overcome them. Hosted by TSBDC and HR Business Solutions. Register here . No cost. June 15, ONLINE: Red Bank/Signal Mountain Council Meeting noon-1 p.m. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Greg Vital, Hoyt Samples, D'Angelo Jelks Pick Up For House District 29 Race

Businessman Greg Vital, who lost a squeaker of a race to Todd Gardenhire for state Senate in 2012, has picked up papers to run as a Republican for House District 29. Attorney Hoyt Samples also picked up to run on the GOP side. D'Angelo Jelks is a Democratic candidate. The County Commission has appointed Joan Carter to serve until the election. She is the widow of Mike Carter, ... (click for more)

National Cemetery Director Says 6 Potential Sites Picked For Expansion Of Cemetery; Veteran Services To Move Back To Cemetery

Chattanooga VA National Cemetery Director Deborah Kendrick said the VA has identified six possible sites for cemetery expansion in Chattanooga. She said those locations have not been made public. Ms. Kendrick said the VA hopes to break ground for a new cemetery in 2027 or 2028. The federal government said last year that it was running out of ground at the cemetery and was ... (click for more)

Opinion

Marsha Blackburn Should Focus On Finding Compromise On The Infrastructure Bill - And Response (2)

Marsha seems obsessed with Dr. Fauci. Does it always have to be about her? I wish it was more about us. If it was more about us, instead of Marsha, she would be hard at work finding compromise on the federal infrastructure bill. No other city in the nation would benefit more from the infrastructure bill than Chattanooga. But Marsha has never read the bill and does not ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: How Can Any Forget?

It was noted by the national media – and me – earlier this week when President Joe Biden failed to salute one the greatest days in America’s history. D-Day, the June 6th attack at Normandy, France, was celebrated on Sunday and what I believe was the first time in about 80 years the hard-fought triumph over evil was ignored by The White House. As I watch more and more of the ‘woke’ ... (click for more)