The Ringgold Playhouse celebrated its first year-plus in existence on Friday, Nov. 14, with its first annual awards show held at the city’s historic Depot.
Rock City’s annual Enchanted Garden of Lights prepares to shine bright for its 20th anniversary season beginning Friday, Nov. 21. Beautiful enhancements and new characters await guests nightly from 6-9 p.m. through Saturday, Jan. 3.
Friday, Nov. 21
The Ringgold Down Home Christmas Parade will be returning to downtown Ringgold on Friday, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m.
To celebrate the season of joy and giving, the Catoosa County library will be participating in the “Stockings of Love” program hosted by the Catoosa County sheriff’s department. Visitors will get a chance to help local families during the Christmas season as well as lower any account fines.
The Fort Oglethorpe Christmas parade is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m. The theme is “Under the Christmas Tree.”
Please join United Way’s Volunteer Center on Saturday, Nov. 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Hamilton Place Mall to celebrate National Family Volunteer Day.
Catoosa Citizens for Literacy held its 15th annual appreciation luncheon at the Learning Center in Ringgold. Shirley Smith, executive director, recognized and thanked the community leaders, corporate and individual sponsors, collaborative partners, staff and volunteers for their support of literacy efforts in Catoosa County.
Casper inducted into honor society at University of North Georgia
Wednesday, Nov. 19
Everyone is invited to visit United Way’s Volunteer Center on Nov. 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Hamilton Place Mall in Chattanooga to join in celebrating National Family Volunteer Day.
Fort Oglethorpe’s 6th Cavalry Museum is seeking to bring more of the city’s rich history to life with a tour of World War II battlefields in Europe.
Tuesday, Nov. 18
Monday, Nov. 17
Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School’s RESPECT group is helping paint Catoosa County Habitat for Humanity’s most recent house.
Saturday, Nov. 15
Friday, Nov. 14
Thursday, Nov. 13
Wednesday, Nov. 12
The Emma Grace benefit held at the Max Stoker Recreation Department in LaFayette raised $7,225.75 on Saturday to go towards helping the family pay for the infant’s mounting medical bills.
Modern Woodmen of America has a Hometown Hero Program that recognizes local citizens for their hard work and dedication to their community. Recently, MWA honored Mary Lynn Huff of Chickamauga. She has dedicated countless hours of time, service and support to her local hospital, Hutcheson Medical Center, for years. As a small token of appreciation and on behalf of Modern Woodmen of America, Bob Wilson presented Huff with the Hometown Hero Award and a $100 check to the charity of her choice, which she donated to the Gordon Lee Middle School 4-H club because of her fond memories of the club when she was growing up.