Chattanooga Chamber Of Commerce Events Sept. 13-17

Friday, September 10, 2021

Here are the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce events for Sept. 13-17.

Sept. 13, [ONLINE] NEWtrepreneur Bookkeeping
Noon to 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. Topics include: how to classify workers, receipt requirements, meal expenses, personal car expenses and more. Hosted by TSBDC and HR Business Solutions.
Register here.
No cost.

Sept.

15, [IN-PERSON] Ooltewah/Collegedale Council Meeting
8:15 -9:45 a.m.
Collegedale Commons: Swinyar Dr.
The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce’s Ooltewah/Collegedale Council is committed to keeping the businesses informed. We ask speakers to come to these monthly meetings and share how they impact and serve the community.
Register here.
No cost.
 
Sept. 15, [ONLINE] Hixson Council Meeting
Noon to 1 p.m.
Zoom
Join us as we hear from Justin Groenert, VP of Public Policy, with the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce.
Register here.
No cost.
 
Sept. 15, [IN-PERSON] September ChattaNewbies at Wanderlinger Brewing Co.
5:30-7 p.m.
Wanderlinger Brewing Company: 1208 King St.
Come mingle with ChattaNewbies + Chattanooga locals to learn about what's going on in #CHA. ChattaNewbies is a casual happy hour that serves as an opportunity to get to know one another and share what we know about this amazing community.
Register here.
No cost.

Sept. 16, [IN-PERSON] East Ridge Council Coffee
8-9 a.m.
Local Coffee of East Ridge (Salvation Army Surpurplus): 4104 Ringgold Rd.
Join us for our first in-person council coffee in over a year. We will be meeting at the new location of Local Coffee in East Ridge.
Register here.
No cost.
 
Sept. 16, [IN-PERSON] East Brainerd Council Coffee
8-9 a.m.
Jason's Deli: 2115 Gunbarrel Rd.
Join us for coffee and connections with the Mid-Town Council.
See updates here.
No cost.

Sept. 16, [IN-PERSON] North Hamilton County Council Meeting
8-9 a.m.
Scramble Alley Park: 9835 Dayton Pike
We are so excited to be hosting our first luncheon of the year outside at one of the beautiful parks here in Soddy-Daisy! Make sure you RSVP for the luncheon so we can reserve some delicious Mike's Tavern for you.
Register here.
$10

Sept. 24, [IN-PERSON] Scenic City Summit: Last Week for Regular Ticket Prices
ChaTech presents Scenic City Summit! Scenic City Summit is Chattanooga's largest local IT professional development conference for developers and other IT professionals. Join ChaTech as it connects professionals across industries, platforms and businesses to share new methodologies, emerging technologies and practical knowledge on unique and engaging topics. Get all of Scenic City Summit for 1/2 the price: 6 Content-Specific Tracks, 36 Sessions, 20 Speakers, and 2 Key Notes.
Tickets here.
See website for cost details.



Alchemy Spice Company Adds Marketing And Culinary Director; Products To Be Sold Nationally

Tennesseans Invited To “Rate The Plates” And Choose New License Plate Design

Association Of Fundraising Professionals Tn. Announces National Philanthropy Day Award Recipients


Alchemy Spice Company on Wednesday announced that following an extensive brand refresh earlier this year, it has hired Amanda Nelson Varnell as its new Marketing and Culinary director, and it ... (click for more)

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee on Wednesday invited Tennesseans to “Rate the Plates” and help choose the state’s next standard license plate by selecting their favorite design at tn.gov/ratetheplates ... (click for more)

National Philanthropy Day hosted by the Southeastern Tennessee AFP Chapter will be held on Nov. 3. Organized in the 1980s, National Philanthropy Day, sponsored by First Horizon Bank, Morning ... (click for more)



Business

Alchemy Spice Company Adds Marketing And Culinary Director; Products To Be Sold Nationally

Alchemy Spice Company on Wednesday announced that following an extensive brand refresh earlier this year, it has hired Amanda Nelson Varnell as its new Marketing and Culinary director, and it is also preparing to sell its handcrafted spice blends to restaurants across the country through US Foods’ Direct Program and to consumers across Tennessee through Publix grocery stores. ... (click for more)

Tennesseans Invited To “Rate The Plates” And Choose New License Plate Design

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee on Wednesday invited Tennesseans to “Rate the Plates” and help choose the state’s next standard license plate by selecting their favorite design at tn.gov/ratetheplates . Under state law, the license plate is redesigned every eight years if funds are approved in the General Assembly’s annual budget. “As Tennessee celebrates 225 years of statehood, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Prosecution Says Janet Hinds Solely Responsible For Death Of Officer Galinger; Defense Says She Was Made A Scapegoat; Deliberations Start Friday

Prosecutor Neal Pinkston told a Criminal Court jury that Janet Hinds is solely responsible for her role in officer Nicholas Galinger’s death during Thursday’s closing arguments. Ms. Hinds is charged with vehicular homicide in the death of the rookie officer in a February 2019 hit and run. Officer Galinger was inspecting an overflowing manhole on a rainy night when a car ran into ... (click for more)

6 Chattanooga Juveniles Charged With Shooting K9 Joker In The Head In Bradley County; Joker In Very Serious Condition

Six juveniles from Chattanooga have been charged with shooting a Bradley County K9 in the head. The K9, Joker, is listed in "very serious condition." At approximately 1:40 a.m. on Wednesday, the Cleveland Police Department responded to an auto burglary in progress at Park Oaks Apartments on Harrison Pike. Upon their arrival, units made entry on both sides of the apartment ... (click for more)

Opinion

Why Is All The New Building Not Saving Us From A 40-Cent City Property Tax Increase?

With the number of homes, apartments and condos built downtown, why is a 40 percent property tax increase necessary? Are these new structures on the paying property tax role? I need to know what’s going on downtown and why isn’t that money benefiting the city? Georgia Vaughn (click for more)

Roy Exum: Yes, I’ve Been There

The email comes my way from a nurse at Erlanger Hospital: “I wanted to thank you for the columns you have written recently regarding the need to get vaccinated. If people could see the COVID-affected patients that I see every day in the hospital I believe they would run to the nearest health department to get the vaccine. It is the worst thing I have ever seen. Watching young, previously ... (click for more)