O'Charley's To Deliver Free Meals To Local Police Officers For National Police Week

Friday, May 13, 2022

Chattanooga-area O’Charley’s teams will be showing their appreciation to police officers by delivering free meals to the Collegedale and Fort Oglethorpe Police Departments as well as the Bradley County 911 Dispatch Center on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday. 

National Police Week is May 11- 17 and O’Charley’s teams will be celebrating special events and meal deliveries to these Heroes across their communities. To further say thank you, all police officers can also get a free dessert with purchase of an entrée from May 15-21, dine-in only.

The celebration is part of O’Charley’s larger Hometown Heroes campaign which honors those heroes in our communities who work tirelessly to keep us all safe. As part of Hometown Heroes, O’Charley’s team members have held appreciation events and delivered thousands of free meals to first responders, healthcare workers and other deserving heroes over the years.

Free meals will be delivered to the Collegedale Police Department, Bradley County 911 Dispatch Center and Ft. Oglethorpe Police Department.


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The Northside Neighborhood House’s Coffee Community Collective, located in Soddy-Daisy, is celebrating three years of bringing resources and support to the Soddy-Daisy community. The event ... (click for more)

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Dining

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Chipotle Mexican Grill Opens First Cleveland Location Tuesday

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Breaking News

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Opinion

Reaching Across The Aisle

What comes to mind when I hear the outcry of sore losers in a mayoral race in Hamilton County in 2022? What comes to my mind is we have had elected officials in this county dating back years who were applauded for being able to bring Republicans and Democrats together in a race for mayor, sheriff, commissioner, council person, Senator, or State Representative. So why now does ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: No It Is Not OK

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