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3:49pm

Tue July 22, 2014
Happenings

Blood Assurance is Looking for the Top Tomato

Blood Assurance has been providing a safe blood supply in Chattanooga and 47 other counties since 1973. Prior to that time, people in need of blood had to rely on friends and relatives. In addition to ensuring a plentiful supply of whole blood, Blood Assurance also distributes plasma and blood platelets, primarily to cancer patients. It was the parents of a cancer patient who established the Blood Assurance Foundation. The foundation gives scholarships to local high school seniors every year.

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10:05am

Tue July 22, 2014
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Something is Buzzing During the Honey Harvest at the Creative Discovery Museum

Credit Rabbit Zielke

The annual Honey Harvest at the Creative Discovery Museum is July 26th and 27th from noon to 4 pm. 

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3:22pm

Fri July 11, 2014
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Signal Mountain Playhouse Presents 'The King and I' Throughout July

For the next three weekends, The Signal Mountain Playhouse is mounting a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King & I. The two leads in the musical are both opera- trained singers, which is increasingly common in musical theater.  Seth Carico  plays the king and Jennifer Arbogast) is Anna, the English teacher whose relationship with the King of Siam and his children is the core of the story on which the musical is based.

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10:06am

Thu July 10, 2014
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Summer Chess Camp Ready to Prepare Future Chess Champs

Rabbit Zielke is joined by Signal Mountain Chess Association members Nicholas Barrett, Daniel Miranda, Adrian Andreescu, Coach Bill Cheal, and camp counselor George Andreescu to talk about Summer Chess Camp with the Mountain Education Foundation July 14 - 18.
Credit Stacy Miranda

If you want to keep your game sharp, you have to keep practicing it.  That is part of the idea behind the Summer Chess Camp that is being offered by the Mountain Education Foundation

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10:05am

Wed July 9, 2014
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United Way of Greater Chattanooga is Going to Stuff the Bus

Credit United Way of Greater Chattanooga

The United Way of Greater Chattanooga is collecting school supplies for the annual Stuff the Bus Campaign. 

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10:49am

Tue July 8, 2014
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What's In Store For New LEED Certification?

LEED certification is a standard for sustainable building set by the United States Green Building Council for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and green|spaces is offering a chance to learn more about the latest LEED standards LEED IV.

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10:00am

Mon July 7, 2014
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UnifiEd is Hosting Debates With the District 5 and District 9 School Board Candidates

A local grass roots organization is working to encourage involvement in Hamilton County Public Schools.  UnifiEd  is hosting debates between the candidates for school board seats  in District 5 and District 9.

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10:08am

Wed July 2, 2014
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Zoe's Rainbow Dash Adds Color to a Charity 5K

Zoe McDonough reminds us all that Life Is Sweet.

Zoe’s Rainbow Dash is coming up on the 4th of July at the Hamilton Place Mall starting at 8:00 am. 

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4:03pm

Tue July 1, 2014
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Chattanooga Symphony & Chattanooga Theatre Centre Collaborate to Celebrate Independence Day

The Chattanooga Symphony’s Independence Day Celebration is set for Thursday, July 3rd in Coolidge Park starting at 8 o’clock. In addition to the music, there’ll be food available from vendors in the park, or people can stop at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre for their Star Spangled BBQ event. Kim Jackson from the Chattanooga Theatre Centre and Molly Sasse from the CSO discuss it in this interview segment.

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1:02pm

Fri June 27, 2014
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The Sequatchie Valley Institute's Food for Life

The Sequatchie Valley Institute is hosting the 16th annual Food For Life Conference on June 27th through the 29th. 

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12:16pm

Wed June 25, 2014
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Tennessee’s New Breast Density Law Effective July 1, 2014

From a media release:

Memorial Health Care System’s new technology improves lesions and mass detection in women with dense breast.

Dense breast tissue can make cancer harder to detect on a traditional mammogram, which increases the risk of a late-stage diagnosis in many women, according to the American Cancer Society. The new Tennessee state law effective Tuesday, July 1, 2014, will require mammography radiologists to notify women of their breast density and offer other screening options in addition to their routine mammograms.

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12:14pm

Wed June 25, 2014
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WTCI To Host Republican Primary Congressional Debate 7/2

From a media release:

WTCI-PBS and the Chattanooga Times Free Press will host a Republican primary Congressional debate for the citizens of the 3rd Congressional District.  Congressman Chuck Fleischmann and the Republican primary challenger, Weston Wamp, have agreed to participate in a debate on July 2nd, 2014 at the WTCI studio at 7540 Bonnyshire Drive.  Dave Flessner, Chattanooga Times Free Press Business Editor, will moderate the debate.

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12:10pm

Wed June 25, 2014
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'Constant Motion' Exhibit Opens at River Gallery July 1st

From a media release:

July Exhibit  

 

Constant Motion      

July1 to July 31, 2014

  

Who:

Clara Blalock (GA)
Cal Breed (AL)
edie Maney (TN)
Pat Snyder (TN)   

     

When: 

OPENING RECEPTION:

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9:25am

Tue June 24, 2014
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Picking Your Best Color

Darin Wright with her color swatches.
Credit Darin Wright

In Tuesday June 24th from 6:00 to 7:00 PM color consultant Darin Wright will be the guest speaker at Life Care Center of Hixson as part of the Live Well Speaker Series. 

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10:54am

Tue June 17, 2014
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Shakespeare Chattanooga's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Opens 6/20

Shakespeare Chattanooga has a new production opening this weekend in the Ripple Theatre on Brainerd Road. As they have in the past, Janis Hashe and her company have taken some liberties with the setting for the play. It was set in Athens, Greece by Shakespeare, but Shakespeare Chattanooga’s version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is set in Athens, Georgia.

Janis Hashe, Stephanie Smith and Steve Disbrow discuss the play in this interview.

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