The Central High School Band will have car washes on Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. at Auto Zone and Advance Auto locations on Highway 58. Please show your support by stopping in to have your vehicles washed or just to make a donation. Many people don't realize how much money it takes to keep the band functioning, and most expenses are not covered by the school system. The band really needs the support of the community.
The Central High School classes of 1950 and 1951 will celebrate their 59th and 60th reunions together on Oct. 8-9 at the Chattanooga Choo Choo. For more information, contact Glen Jones at 344-1019 or email@example.com.
The Lake Hills Neighborhood Association is announcing its Annual Neighborhood Yard Sale to be held on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lake Hills is bordered by Highway 58, Bonny Oaks Drive and Jersey Pike. There will be more than 30 households participating in the sale, and items available are too numerous to list. Signs will be posted at entrances into the neighborhood. Rain date is June 12.
Ralph Dill, one of Harrison’s oldest residents, turned 100 on April 10. For many years, Mr. Dill had been an active member of the Harrison community, involved in the Ruritan Club, Harrison First Baptist Church and coaching sports. As the family gathered to celebrate his birthday, it sadly became a quite different occasion. Just one day after his birthday, Mr. Dill passed away. Our sympathy goes out to his family.
Harrison Elementary School is planning a special reunion for former students, teachers and staff to be held on Sunday, May 2, from 2-4 p.m. Members of the community are also welcome to attend. More details about the event will be announced as soon as they become available. Anyone with photos or memorabilia they’d like to share can contact the school at 344-1428.
Katie Hawkins, a seventh-grade science teacher at Brown Middle School, has brought Chattanooga sculptor John McLeod to work in her classroom. Funded by an Allied Arts grant, Mr. McLeod’s expertise is working with a variety of materials to help students better understand the makeup of solid forms and to develop a deeper appreciation of color. He is challenging the students to create three pieces and discover a way to connect them as a whole. Mr. McLeod’s work has been shown throughout the Southeast as well as in New York. A collection of his work can be viewed on his Web site at www.johnmcleod.net.