Rabbit Zielke

Membership & Volunteer Coordinator, Celtic Harvest Host, Around & About Producer

Rabbit has been on the air at WUTC since 1993.  Originally a music host on the weekends and the producer/host of Celtic Harvest, she began producing news segments for Around and About Chattanooga in 2006.  Rabbit is an alumna of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga obtaining a BS in Exceptional Education and MPA with a concentration in Nonprofit Management.  Her background includes teaching, technical writing, IT, electronics technician, US Navy veteran and roller derby announcer.  Rabbit and her husband Jack live in Harrison Tennessee.

Jack Zielke

Lookout Mountain Hang Gliding is hosting a competition September 25 - 27 for beginner hang gliders. 

The documentary Jerusalem 3D is currently showing at the IMax Theater through September 27th and will return November 27th through December 31st. 

On July 16, 2015 five lives were ended by a lone gunman at a military facility near the Tennessee River Park in Chattanooga.  This is the story of what happened from the prospective of a mother visiting the park with her children.

Hunter Museum of American Art

The  next speaker in the Art Wise Distinguished Speaker Series  at the Hunter Museum of American Art is art historian and scholar Sarah Burns, Professor Emeritus at Indiana University. 

Sword and Pen is a creative writing group at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga that offers military veterans and their dependents a chance to get together and write. 

Rabbit Zielke

The Southeast Conservation Corps partnered with the National Park Service to rebuild the historic Blue Blazes Trail at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park this summer. 

Hunter Museum of American Art

Monet and American Impressionism at the Hunter Museum of American Art will be on display until September 20th.  Dulce Roman, the curator for the exhibit and chief curator for the Harn Museum of Art, was in Chattanooga for the ArtWise speaker series at the Hunter. 

Mike Wann

After the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina photographer Mike Wann sifted through more than 20 years worth of photographs and mementos from his career as a press photographer.  What could be salvaged now resides in a few storage boxes which he brought to Studio Space Junk for display during AVA's Gallery Hop on September 12th from 2 to 8 PM. 

Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga

The annual First Amendment Dinner hosted by the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga featured guest speaker Morris Dees from the Southern Poverty Law Center

The Creative Discovery Museum is hosting the annual AmuseUm fundraiser Saturday August 29, 2015 with fun and games provided by Two Bit Circus

Honoring the Fallen

Aug 18, 2015
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Justin Wolpert

On August 15, 2015 the community gathered for a Memorial Service to honor the service men killed on July 16, 2015 at the Navy Operational Support Center Chattanooga. 

The Notable Trees Program encourages property owners to register trees of distinction with Take Root and the Chattanooga Tree Commission. 

Rabbit Zielke

The Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga participates in an exchange experience with their partner city in Israel, Hadera Eiron. 

The stage at the Mountain Arts Community Center became the home of Fat Shirley's Trailer Park, a small community with very close ties. 

Michael Edward Miller

Shock continues to ripple through Chattanooga, Tenn., as residents try to cope with Thursday's attack. Rabbit Zielke of WUTC reports on the community's reaction.