Monday: Increasing Clouds and warm with highs in the upper 70s to around 80. Winds out of the south at 5-10mph.
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there is a Critical shortage at blood assurance--Blood donations continue to be sparce in the region, as the area's only provider of blood components for more than 50 hospitals and healthcare facilities faces a continued critical shortage of blood.
Blood Assurance is in critical need of all blood types at this time, in particular O negative and B negative donations.
To verify your eligibility, to give blood please call 1-800-962-0628 go to www.bloodassurance.org.
OPEN ARMS CARE BIKE RIDE
Open Arms Care is a non-profit in TN that provides services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
having a bike ride on saturday September 8 at 8:00 am to benefit the OAC Foundation.
The ride offers a 26 and 62 mile ride, leaving the Ooltewah, TN office.
Open arms care---6711 Mountain View Rd, ---Ste 11100Ooltewah, TN -----423.238.9636
SOUTHEASTERN SPINE CENTER
dr jay jolley with the southeastern spine center
located 2707 citico avenue (across from memorial doctors bldg)
provides specialty care in adolescent scoliosis, artificial disc replacement and cervical spine surgery.
DAY OF CARING WITH UNITED WAY
calling all volunteers for a day of caring
United Way's Volunteer Center, a HandsOn Affiliate Center, is working to recruit group of volunteers for six projects for the 23nd Annual Day of Caring on Thursday, Sept. 13. The Day of Caring is an annual event celebrated by United Ways and Volunteer Centers nationwide.
This year's event also ties in with the nationwide "9/11 Day of Remembrance and Service," an event focused on turning tragedy into triumph by honoring the victims of the 9/11 tragedy and their families by voluntarily engaging in charitable service in observance of the anniversary.
On Thursday, September 13, hundreds of volunteers from local businesses and communities will partner with United Way's Volunteer Center to serve our local neighborhoods through work on community-based projects. The Volunteer Center has been recruiting volunteers for 35 different projects to take place in the Tennessee Valley on this day.
The Volunteer Center still needs the community's help to find groups of volunteers for six of these projects, where willing volunteers can create impact in just one day. These projects include:
-------landscaping and planting gardens at the College Hill Courts and the Houston Museum;
--------renovations and construction at Heartland/Spirit Horse Therapeutic Riding Center for children and returning veterans with disabilities in Flintstone, Georgia;
-------reading to children at Sequatchie Valley Head Start in South Pittsburg, Tennessee;
-------painting at the Samaritan Center; and
-------continuing tornado clean-up at the Boy Scout meeting hall in Trenton, Georgia.
You can volunteer your corporate, church, or civic team to work by calling Windy Brooks at United Way's Volunteer Center at 423-752-0316.
Or visit www.uwchatt.org or on twitter or facebook
MR FOOD - for todays receipe - rice pudding - go to www.mrfood.com
This Sunday, Chattanooga Market along with Erlanger Healthcare Systems will host a health fair for the community.Chattanooga Market customers will also have a vast array of local produce and products to choose from to enhance their healthy lifestyle, and they will also have the opportunity to meet Erlanger staff and specialists who make it their priority to provide the best medical and healthcare needs to residents in our region.
Representatives from multiple Erlanger facilities throughout Hamilton County will be available to discuss their services and provide health screenings such as memory and sleep disorders assessments, body mass index measurements, blood pressure checks and bone density tests. The following departments will participate in the Sunday, August 26 at the Chattanooga Market from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the First Tennessee Pavilion.
Live music on the EPB stage for Sunday will be Jeff Talmadge at 12:30 and Steve Brehm at 2:00.
Chattanooga market---first tenn pavillion----sundays----11am-4p----www.chattanoogamarket.com