Upcoming Cherokee Group Sierra Club activities announced:
April Program: last Monday, Apr. 29, 7:00 pm at
Outdoor Chattanooga, 200 River Street, Chattanooga TN 37405
Chattanooga’s 54 Trails : Randy Horton
Randy Whorton, Wild Trail Exec. Director, will be talking about all the hiking trails in the Chattanooga area, and will fill us in on the progress of our newest trail, to run from High Point on Lookout Mountain to Cloudland Canyon State Park. Randy, a passionate conservationist, quoted in the Times-Free Press, says, “We have 54 trailheads within 30 minutes of downtown Chattanooga. I’ll bet no other city on the planet can say that. I’ll bet no other has even 30 within 30 minutes. And those 54 lead to hundreds of miles of trails.” Come learn more about how easy it is to get out in the woods!
The public is very welcome and healthy snacks are served. Parking is free along the sidewalks in Coolidge Park, or there is paid parking in the Theatre lot. Invite your friends!! Be sure to let them know we’re meeting now on the Northshore.
Outdoor Chattanooga is in Coolidge Park, just south of the Walnut Street bridge, kind-of in the Theatre parking lot! There’s paid parking in the theatre lot, and free parking along the sidewalk in the park. Look for our banner!
Healthy snacks served, public is very welcome, bring your friends to our new home.
PHONE BANK: May 12, 5 – 7 pm
Bring your cell phone and come out for some fun. We’ll EAT at 5:00 while Megan Spooner offers some training and tips for the evening’s outreach activities – calling to invite people to the Concert for the Climate, cosponsored by Cherokee Sierra and the Chattanooga Climate Action Team. Where: Grace Episcopal Church, corner of Belvoir and Brainerd Road, in the Old Choir Room. Contact Megan at ToYourHead@hotmail.com for more information.
STRATEGY: May 13th 6:00 pm
Be a part of our conservation work, just show up here. YOU are invited. This is where we plan/coordinate our actions and positions on issues. Get involved! We meet downtown at 2nd Presbyterian Church, 700 Pine Street, free parking across from the church in their lot. To place an item on the agenda, contact Group Secretary Barbara Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org
Concert for the Climate: A Gathering of Sounds
May 19th 4:00 pm – Barking Legs Theatre
A serenade for a healthy climate, a tribute to climate protection. Our goal is energy efficiency! Join the coolest Local musicians performing original music. Express yourself – come to the stage and present YOUR public statement and hopes for a clean, energy-efficient Tennessee. Fun filled afternoon. FREE! Spread the word!
May Program: Caribbean S.E.A. (Student Environmental Alliance)
May 20 — Not our usual last Monday due to Memorial Day — put this on the calendar now — we’re meeting earlier in May!
About The Cherokee Group Sierra Club
You — and about 700 of your friends and neighbors here in SE Tennesse — are the Cherokee Group! Invite your friends to come to our meetings or participate in outings, enjoy and protect the Cherokee Forest and get cleaner air and lower electricity bills through energy efficiency!! We need YOU!
CHEROKEE GROUP WISH LIST:
SVGA DLP Projector – getting desperate!
People to do water testing @ old strip mines
Contact: Davis Mounger at email@example.com
Thanks to your collective action we continue to “speak for the trees.”
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408
The Cherokee Group Sierra Club