Free Weekly Senior Taiji Class Begins July 7

Wednesday, June 29, 2022
A free weekly Senior Taiji (tai chi) class will begin on Thursday, July 7 at 4 p.m. at the Everlan Senior Living Community, 2760 Northpoint Blvd. in Hixson.

This class series will focus on strengthening balance and agility, while helping relax and release tensions in the body and mind. 

Lead by Chris Campbell, a master teacher with 35 years of experience, this course will provide and teach essential Taiji & qigong forms with the philosophy behind them to have participants confidently practicing on their own. 

Links to free practice video library and a written study guide are included.  

Contact Chris with any questions at 423-821-8947 or chris@timefortaiji.com.

Tennessee State Veterans Home Announces Courtney B. Washington As Administrator

"All Abroad” Gallery Opens At Erlanger

Erlanger Announces Believe Bash Gala Fundraiser, Set For April, 2023


Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board announces the appointment of Courtney Bledsoe Washington as administrator of the new Tennessee State Veterans’ Home in Cleveland. "In this role, Courtney ... (click for more)

Arts at Erlanger announces the “All Abroad” gallery opening at Erlanger Baroness Hospital in the gallery corridor. The juried gallery consists of a multitude of different mediums including ... (click for more)

Erlanger Health System Foundation announced plans are underway to roll out the red carpet for the 2023 “Believe Bash” gala. The annual fundraiser gala will admire the glitz and glamour of ... (click for more)



Living Well

Tennessee State Veterans Home Announces Courtney B. Washington As Administrator

Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board announces the appointment of Courtney Bledsoe Washington as administrator of the new Tennessee State Veterans’ Home in Cleveland. "In this role, Courtney will lead the opening of the new Cleveland facility and oversee the daily operations of the Home," officials said. "She will direct the hiring and training of employees as well as oversee ... (click for more)

"All Abroad” Gallery Opens At Erlanger

Arts at Erlanger announces the “All Abroad” gallery opening at Erlanger Baroness Hospital in the gallery corridor. The juried gallery consists of a multitude of different mediums including paintings and photographs inspired by the beauty and mystique of travel beyond the United States. Artists include Gay Arthur, Anne Bordash, Donna Bourdon, Lydia Bradley, Thomas Cory, Steven ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Couple Shot In Hixson As They Lay In Bed Early Thursday Morning

Chattanooga Police said two people were shot early Thursday morning as they lay in bed at their residence in Hixson. At 1:30 a.m., Chattanooga Police responded to a shooting at 4900 Lavender Trail. Police were advised that two people suffering from non-life threatening injuries had driven themselves to a local hospital for treatment. They were a man 22 and a woman 26. ... (click for more)

Biden Administration Announces $25 Million for Wilcox Bridge, $14.6 Milllion To Dunlap For Highway 127 Intersection Improvement

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg on Thursday announced that the Biden-Harris Administration has awarded $63 million to support three projects in Tennessee from the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) program to help move forward on projects that modernize roads, bridges, transit, rail, ports, and intermodal transportation and ... (click for more)

Opinion

A City In Search Of A Symbol - And Response

Assurances have been given of a much larger and varied utilization of the 141-acre former Wheland Foundry/U.S. Pipe site, not merely a new stadium for the Chattanooga Lookouts. Discussion of the proposed new stadium for Chattanooga has dominated the use of the dormant site. Additional usages of the property itself as well as “ripple effects” of the development intentionally move ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Freaks Of College Football

It has been almost 20 years since Bruce Feldman, a marvelous sportswriter for theathletic.com and Fox Sports, came up with the idea of identifying the “Freaks” of college football. Wait, being called a freak is a good thing, a very good thing, on a football team. It means you are so strong or so fast or so “athletic” that your own teammates and coaches stand in awe, be it in the ... (click for more)