Chattanooga Chamber Calendar Of Events Aug. 8-12

Thursday, August 4, 2022

Aug. 9, Hixson Council Coffee

8-9 a.m.

Everlan by Dominion: 2760 Northpoint Blvd.

Join the Hixson Council for their monthly coffee and networking event.

No cost.

 

Aug. 9, Ambassadors 

noon-1 p.m.

Jonathan’s – East Ridge: 631 Camp Jordan Pkwy.

Come join the Chattanooga Chamber Ambassadors for lunch to learn more about how to volunteer to better engage with member businesses. 

Please RSVP to Meredith Rivers, mrivers@chattanoogachamber.com.

 

Aug. 10, ONLINE: Ask an Attorney (Q&A)

11 a.m.-noon

In this one-hour Q&A session, you have access to an attorney and can ask your business-related legal questions at no cost.

Register here.

No cost.

 

Aug. 10, MidTown Council Meeting & Luncheon

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. 

Chattanooga Zoo – Education Room: 301 N. Holtzclaw Ave. 

Join the MidTown Council as we welcome our featured speakers, Keri Randolph and Jennifer Andrews from Chattanooga 2.0.  Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy networking and lunch from Greg's Sandwich Works beginning at 11:30 a.m., with the program beginning at noon.

Register here.  

$15

 

August 11, Southside Council August Luncheon

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

green|spaces: 63 E. Main St.

Join us to connect with the Southside community through networking and to learn about the new ChattAcademy Community School, the recently HCS approved bilingual 6-12 charter school opening in August of 2023. CACS will be the only public, dual-language school in East Tennessee. This event is sponsored by Chattanooga School of Language

$15 for Chamber members; $17 for non-members.

 

 

 

 

 


TVFCU Announces Expansion Of Service Area To 4 New North Georgia Counties

Ryan Byford Selected As Interim Director Of Collegedale Municipal Airport

Cody Sims: What You Need To Know During This Year’s "Open Enrollment" Period


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Business

TVFCU Announces Expansion Of Service Area To 4 New North Georgia Counties

Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union on Monday announced that its service area is growing from 13 to 17 counties in Southeast Tennessee and North Georgia with the addition of Chattooga, Gordon, Murray and Whitfield counties. Anyone who lives, works, worships, attends school or volunteers within TVFCU’s 17-county service community is eligible to join the credit union. “We are ... (click for more)

Ryan Byford Selected As Interim Director Of Collegedale Municipal Airport

Officials with the City of Collegedale selected Ryan Byford as interim director of the Collegedale Municipal Airport. He replaces Chris Swain, who retired in July after 16 years of service. Born and raised in the Greater Chattanooga area, Mr. Byford developed his passion for aviation at a young age. After expressing enthusiasm to watch airplanes when he was a child, his parents ... (click for more)

Breaking News

City Council Gives Final Approval For Stadium Deal; Council Adds Provisions For "Transparency" On $80 Million Project

The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the $80 million Southside Stadium project. The action puts in motion the ability for a new city/county Sports Authority to convene and issue $80 million in bonds for the "community" facility on nine acres at the U.S. Pipe/Wheland Foundry site. Councilman Chip Henderson added several provisions that he said would add "transparency" ... (click for more)

CHA Planning 1,783 Housing Units At Re-Envisioned Westside

Officials of the Chattanooga Housing Authority said the plan to re-envision the Westside includes building 1,783 new housing units. Betsy McCright, CHA executive director, said the College Hill Courts and the Gateway Tower will be taken down, but she said residents in those 629 have been promised a spot in some of the new housing. She said the demolition will be in stages ... (click for more)

Opinion

Rest In Peace, Larry Wallace

Athens and Tennessee lost a great friend and a long-time public servant when Larry Wallace passed away Saturday afternoon. The 1962 McMinn County High School graduate started his lifetime law enforcement career with the Athens Police Department in 1964. He joined the Tennessee Highway Patrol in 1967 and was appointed as a special agent with the Tennessee Bureau of ... (click for more)

Election Day Observations - And Response

Congratulations to all the winners in Thursday's election. And also thanks to all who ran, it takes a lot of courage to enter the arena of politics. I didn't vote for Weston in the primary but I certainly did in the general election. I think he will do a wonderful job. Sabrena, I voted for you but I would imagine your career is over after one of the dumbest political stunts I ... (click for more)