Shannon Nelms Speaks At Chattanooga Area Historical Association May 15

  • Monday, May 8, 2023

Shannon Nelms will share with the Chattanooga Area Historical Association the history of the Lodge Cast Iron Company on Monday, May 15.

How do you know you are in a home in the South? There will be a least one piece of Lodge
cookware. How do you know you are in a true southern home? The Lodge cookware will have been passed down at least two generations and maybe three.

One of the CAHA board members toured its museum and highly recommends this program.

CAHA meets at First Presbyterian Church, 554 McCallie Ave., at the corner of McCallie Avenue and Douglas Street with parking in the rear. For those who are not familiar with the area, the sanctuary is on the corner; next to the church is a tall building and between It and the larger building which is now owned by UTC is a small driveway. Enter the church from the parking lot; the group meets in the chapel. (No steps involved).

If you cannot find it, call 595-4468; we will get you to the meeting.

All meetings are free of charge and open to the public. Meetings are usually held on Mondays unless noted, and all meetings begin at 6 p.m.

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