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    Chattanooga Area Food Banks' 25th Annual Garden Tour Event Features
    Local Gardens In The Scenic City

    The Chattanooga Area Food Bank's Teaching Garden program will host its
    25th annual Garden Tour event on Saturday, June 2, and Sunday, June 3.
    Six public and private gardens in the Scenic City are featured this year
    in the self guided tour in and around Chattanooga. Tickets are $15 each
    and are available at any of the seven gardens during the tour or by
    calling 622 1800 for more information. Children under 12 are free.

    Each featured garden is a unique representation of the gardening
    possibilities here in the southeast Tennessee community. This year's
    gardens are located on Signal Mountain, East Brainerd, Downtown
    Chattanooga, at the Montessori World of Children School, and the Food
    Bank's own Evelyn Davenport Navarre Teaching Garden.

    This year, a special commemorative garden calendar featuring local
    gardens will be a gift to supporters who donate $20 or more to the
    Garden Program. The 18 month calendar features beautiful color photos of
    local gardens that have been north face down jacket black
    featured on the Garden Tour over the past twenty five years, as well as
    gardening tips and Teaching Garden event reminders. The commemorative
    calendar is generously presented by Holcomb Garden Center.

    Proceeds from ticket and calendar sales will support the Chattanooga
    Area Food Bank's Garden Program and help to sustain the growing of fresh
    produce for the hungry and educational outreach to the greater
    community. The Garden Program pavilion is host to educational workshops
    throughout the entire year on vegetable gardening, best gardening
    practices, conservation, cooking and preserving classes. In addition to
    the program's outreach efforts, the on site garden harvested more than
    2,000 pounds of fresh vegetables last year alone, and distributed this
    nutritious food to the hungry through the Chattanooga Food Bank.

    Special thanks to event sponsors Holcomb Garden Center, Master Gardener
    of Hamilton County, Scenic Cities Beautiful Commission and to calendar
    sponsors Holcomb Garden Center, National Print Group, Artistic Color
    Graphics, and Jane and George Diamantis.

    The Trail Of Tears And The Road To Civil War Hike Offered On north face jackets plus size
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    Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park invites the public to
    attend a special hike at Moccasin Bend National Archeological District
    on Saturday, Sept. Participants should take the Manufacturer's Road exit
    off Highway 27 and drive west, following the "Special Event" signs to
    the Brown's Ferry Federal Road trailhead off Moccasin Bend Road. .
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    East Tennessee Dove Season Opens With A Bang

    With shotguns in hand and hats shading heads, over 1,000 East Tennessee
    hunters harvested nearly 5,000 doves on fields leased or owned by TWRA
    during Tuesday's opening of the mourning dove hunting season. Dove
    hunting on opening day is a longstanding tradition in the state as
    hunters brave the dust and heat with hopes of filling their bags with a
    limit of 15 birds. . (click for more)

    Outdoor Chattanooga News And Events

    Claire Henley: Adventures West (The Trip Before The Trip)

    Claire Henley: Adventures West (Time To Get Going)

    TWRA To Host Benefit Trap Shoot For Officer Battling Cancer

    Hutcheson Medical Center May Get Bankruptcy Trustee Who Would Focus On
    Sale Of Fort Oglethorpe Hospital

    Hutcheson Medical Center may be headed for appointment of a bankruptcy
    trustee, who would focus on the sale of the financially strapped Fort
    Oglethorpe hospital. An attorney told a bankruptcy court judge in Rome,
    Ga., on Wednesday afternoon that a buyer is discussing paying over $20
    million for all the assets of the community hospital. Attorney Rob
    Williamson . Trustee Guy Gebhardt for a bankruptcy judge to dismiss the
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    financially ailing Fort Oglethorpe hospital. Instead, the group is
    asking Judge Paul Bonapfel to appoint a trustee to oversee the Hutcheson
    finances. In a 16 page motion, the committee said if the bankruptcy .
    Supreme Court Ruling On Gay Marriage; Atherton Hits "Judi idiocracy"
    With Its "Iron Fist and Limp Wrist"

    Former DHS Worker Accused Of Trading Sex For Food Assistance Funds

    Rep. Womick Stands Alongside Defiant Kentucky Court Clerk

    Peter Macrellis, 21, Arrested On Multiple Charges Stemming From April 17
    Accident On Cherry Street

    Who's Responsible For East Ridge's Stadium? North Face Outlet Locations
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    There just can be no excuse for East Ridge High School's stadium being
    in such dangerous condition that it has been condemned. Where is
    responsible for this? I know there are a few other stadiums like this as
    well. And there is no excuse for this. Building new and beautiful
    schools, state of the art technology. Top athletic facilities as well.
    Yet, East Ridge . (click for more)

    Roy Exum: Five Straight Days Of Football

    If I covered my first high school football game as a fledging sports
    when I was 16 years old, and I am now 66, I figure that's darn near
    about a half century of passes and punts. The mystifying part is that I
    still get as big of a kick hovering around the game as I did on my very
    first time so as we usher in the start of the college season with five
    straight days of games, here . (click for more)