Tuesday August 7, 2012
GIRL SCOUT RECRUITMENT
Laura Skonberg, Community Development Manager and, Kristi Stringfield, Recruitment Coordinator for the Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians
tallked about how the girls scout council has completely revamped its entire recruitment process for 2012 and is "bringing girls scouts to the streets"
where they used to just go to the schools and send information home with kids on how to sign up - first time ever the council has done this
they are celebrating their 100th anniversary so this is a great time to "keep up with the times"
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.---for more information www.girlscouts.org
FACEBOOK FRIEND OF THE DAY
Darlene Morgan Guinn from Cohutta---She is the proud mother of 3 kids, and also has one grandchild. Darlene enjoys playing computer games, baking, going to the movies and mowing the yard -
More than 10 years ago, the Hamilton County Department of Education began helping local students develop habits of the HEART, as well as the intellect. In other words, the Hamilton County Schools wanted not only to produce good STUDENTS but good PEOPLE, and so began Character Education, -for more information call 423- 209-8590
WARREN AND GRIFFIN LAW OFFICES
attorney scott wesson from the law offices of warren and griffin
Occupational Diseases and Workers' Compensation"
-An occupational disease is a chronic condition caused by the environment or activities at work or In an occupation. It is basically being exposed to something at work that makes you sick.
-Many Jurisdictions recognize occupational diseases under workers compensation including Tennessee and Georgia.
- Examples include diseases of the lungs like "Black Lung" in coal miners or asbestosis but can be other less common diseases as well for example occupational asthma.
--Other examples include diseases of the skin caused by exposure to chemicals or other environmental hazards.
--Even carpal tunnel is considered an occupational disease and is very common.
Warren and Griffin, PC
736 Georgia Avenue
Chattanooga, TN 37402
MR FOOD - for todays receipe go to www.mrfood.com
On Monday, August 20 WTCI public television station will be hosting a seated lunch, meet and greet, tour and preview screening aboard the American Queen. The largest steamboat built is going to be visiting Chattanooga and joining us today is Jennifer Crutchfield Director of Public Relations with WTCIExperience documentary series, along with a preview screening of the new documentary, Death and the Civil War.
The American Queen is the largest steamboat ever built. It is a recreation of a classic riverboat and participated in the Great Steamboat Race recently. Built in 1995 the American Queen is newly refurbished and has the ambiance of an antebellum mansion, the largest, grandest and most opulent steamboat ever built.
This lady of the river is home to passengers for 3-10 day journeys, the 222 staterooms occupied by Civil War and riverboat enthusiasts who are treated to elegant meals, calliope concerts and entertainment on the only authentic overnight paddlewheel, powered by both paddlewheel and z-drive, a set of diesel-electric propellors on either side of the sternwheel.
Tickets are a tax-deductible $250 donation to WTCI per couple and guests can RSVP to Debbie Thompson at (423) 702-7814 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boarding for the tour, meet and greet, seated lunch and screening begins at 11:00 am at Ross's Landing and guests disembark at 2:00 pm.
March 19, 2012 1:25 PM
SIDEROADS - part 2 with a visit to the chattanooga ...