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.

Crabtree Farms

Fair Share Urban Growers is partnering with local agriculture experts to provide a series of 12 workshops for Urban Cultivators to be held at the Glenwood Recreation Center every Monday from 6 to 8 starting August 26th. 

The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors will hold their annual meeting at the Chattanooga Convention Center over Labor Day weekend.   

4 Paws Pantry

The grand opening at 4 Paws Pantry, a nonprofit food bank for dogs and cats, will be August 24, 2013. 

Jack Zielke

The first regional Geotourism Conference will be held at the Chattanooga Mariott on Thursday August 15th beginning at 9 am.  The guest speaker for the conference is National Geographic's John Campbell. 


The focus for this year's Technology Convergence Showcase is security with the keynote speaker presentation  Solving the Security Strategy Puzzle at noon on August 14th in the Chattanooga Convention Center. 

Chattanooga market

The annual FiveStar Food Fight is Sunday, August 11 at the Chattanooga Market

Habitat for Humanity

The 4th annual Chattanooga Mud Run is set for Saturday August 17th at Greenway Farms and this year the 5K race could be the muddiest ever. 

Glass House Collective

The Glass House Collective brought in neighborhood youth ages 12 and up to create their own space this summer through the Glass Street Design/Build Camp

Bessie Smith Cultural Center

The 6th annual Bessie Smith Heritage Festival in Chattanooga Tennessee is a celebration of jazz and soul music.  This year the festival will be held in the Bessie Smith Cultural Center in the heart of Chattanooga.

Girls Inc

The Build It Bolder summer camp program at Girls Inc spent some time at the SimCenter at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga building robot hands as part of NASA's Summer of Innovation curriculum activities. 


  The Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga is bringing former  National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Jim Hall to speak at the 7th annual First Amendment Dinner on Thursday July 25th at 6:00 PM in the Jewish Cultural Center.  The goal of the First Amendment Dinner is to educate, inform and open discussion on the First Amendment rights historically and in the present context.  The event also honors veterans for their service in protection of those rights. 


The Tennessee Parent Teacher Association is hosting a Summer Leadership Training session in Chattanooga on Wednesday, July 24th from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm at Tommie Brown International Academy

Chattanooga Zoo

Q n' Brew at the Chattanooga Zoo will be Saturday, July 27th  from 5:30 - 8:00 PM. 

United Way of Greater Chattanooga is beginning to gather school supplies in the 4th annual Stuff the Bus campaign to stock the Hamilton County PTA Teacher Supply Depot.

Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga

The Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga and the Chattanooga First  Church of the Nazarene will co-host Philanthropy Camp and Camp Tikkun Olam July 29 through August 2 to promote community giving in youth in grades 1 through 9.