Progress is being made on the hallway at the MACC memorializing Sarah Montgomery Lewis Wilhite.
Amy Graves, who spent more than a decade as a senior educator at the Tennessee Aquarium, is offering several mommy-and-me workshops at the MACC Thursday, Oct. 16.
Signal Mountain resident Steve Wixson doesn’t strum the guitar, craft beautiful medleys on the piano or play the trombone. He plays bones.
Alexian’s Fall Festival will be bigger and better than usual this year, said activities co-director Samantha Parker. Alexian did not hold its annual Bluegrass Festival this past June, so its budget was combined with the Fall Festival, she said.
When the seasons change, so does the Clothes House, a thrift store that raises money for Signal Mountain Social Services.
City documents are now much easier to find in Lakesite, which recently purchased ClerkBase, an online records program. Every word in the documents is indexed and fully searchable, said City Recorder Jodi LaCroix.
White Oak United Methodist Church is holding its 87th Homecoming event Sunday, Sept. 28. The worship service will begin at 10:45 a.m., though attendees are welcome to come earlier for Sunday school and breakfast goodies. Everyone is invited.
Rivermont Elementary holds a celebration in honor of the bicentennial of the writing of “The Star Spangled Banner.” Principal Marthel Young gave the students a history of the anthem, and students waved American flags as they stood to sing it together.
As an avid reader, an English teacher at Baylor School for more than 30 years and the father of two boys, North Chattanooga resident Jim Stover has collected a massive amount of books over the years.
The city of Soddy-Daisy and Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 942 are holding the annual Soddy-Daisy Punkin Festival and Great Punkin Chase 5k and fun run at Soddy-Daisy North Park Saturday, Oct. 4. The run and walk will start at 10 a.m., along with the festival, which will last all day.