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  The Home Opener for the Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club will be March 25th, and later in the season they will host a “U.S. Open Club Match”, for the first time in team history. Find out more online at ChattanoogaRedWolves-sc.com


   All 5 Chattanooga Public Library locations offer tickets to some great area attractions, when you get your Library Card. So double up with free passes to the Zoo or Reflection Riding, or other great places. PLUS your Library card gives you access to books, music, and more. Find out more at ChattLibrary.org


   2,416 animals found new homes last year, through the Humane Society, and another 2,733 were fostered for a few weeks, and then given to their forever families. If you would like to foster or adopt, start with the Humane Society. Their website is HESchatt.org.  That’s HESchatt.org


   The annual “Rump Run” to help fight colon cancer will be held March 25th at Enterprise South. Money raised will provide awareness and prevention, against  this potentially deadly form of cancer. Register today at RumpRun.com


   The East Ridge Citizens Police Academy begins March 6th. It goes for 10 weeks and you will learn about all agencies within the Police Department. Find out more online at EastRidgeTN.gov, click “Departments”, and then click “Police”. You’ll find an application there, online.


   Chattanooga’s newest non-profit, Improv Chattanooga, has a fun day planned for the KIDS!  This Sunday the 26th at 3, head to the Mountain Arts Community Center on Signal Mountain. The show is called “That Would Be Silly”, where kids might be getting up on stage to be a part of the show! All kids 10 and under are free, Sunday afternoon.  Visit  ImprovChattanooga.com for all the details. For Kids!

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