The Red Cross needs financial donations AND they need volunteers, to help those in Florida that have been affected by Hurricane Ian.. Go to RedCross.org and click “donate” or “volunteer”, to help out.
The “Dads Are Making A Difference” Program from “First Things First” is having a cook-out, and you’re invited. It’s this Saturday October 1st from 3pm until 6pm, at Booker T. Washington State Park, off Champion Road and Highway 58. There will be food and music, and a lot of organizations on hand, to help teach men how to be a better Dad. All Dads and their kids are invited free of charge, Saturday afternoon. For more information, visit FirstThings.org
The “Three Sisters Bluegrass Festival” is this Friday and Saturday, September 30th and October 1st, at Ross’ Landing. Hear some of the very best bluegrass music, along the Tennessee River, and it’s FREE! Friday and Saturday, the “3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival”.
“Family Story Time” is this Thursday Sept. 29th at 10am, at the Eastgate Library. It’s free fun for kids ages 5 and younger, and of course their grown-ups are invited too. The fun includes stories and playtime and music, every Thursday morning at 10, at the Eastgate Library.
The next Chattanooga Red Wolves home soccer match is this Saturday night, October 1st, at 7:30pm. It will be held at C.H.I. Memorial Stadium in East Ridge, when the Red Wolves will host “The Charlotte Independence Soccer Club.” And after the match, stay for the free fireworks. Get tickets at ChattanoogaRedWolves-sc.com
Local Boy Scouts are raising money by teaming with Chattanooga’s own Moon Pies, for a campaign called “Shoot For The Moon”.. Over the next few weeks, Boy Scouts will be coming to your door with Moon Pies to sell, and you can also find them outside area Food City stores, Ace Hardware stores, and Tractor Supply locations. Plus, you’ll be able to purchase boxes of Moon Pies that will be sent to our troops overseas. It’s the “Shoot For The Moon” campaign, with Moon Pies and the local Boy Scouts.