Say No To The “Church of Rock”
• “Ever want to party with a classic rock legend?” No way. Too loud. Do they realize that people with young school children live in this neighborhood? I do not want my neighborhood to turn into the city’s nightlife entertainment district, thank you very much. Myself and a whole lot of other local residents will fight this to the ground. It will not happen.
Slipping Through The Cracks
• If our country can give billions in aid to countries that hate us, why not give it to genuine organizations that will use the aid in feeding, sheltering, and clothing people that truly and desperately need it?
Anti-Gay Bell Ringers?
• As Christmas shoppers flock to stores, the familiar sights and sounds of Salvation Army bell-ringers with red kettles will prompt many to toss in their coins and remember the less fortunate. But not everyone is in a giving mood. Some gay activists are urging people to ignore the bell-ringers because the Salvation Army holds Biblical views that the activists claim are bigoted. The Salvation Army adamantly denies that it discriminates against anyone, including LGBT, who seeks its services or programs. The boycott is yet another example of political correctness punishing those who seek to share God’s unconditional love with the hurting.
Pacific Justice Institute
Holiday Charity Gift Wrapping
• The rush of the upcoming holiday season is upon the community and with it a seasonal favorite will make its way back to Hamilton Place beginning December 8 at 10 a.m. The 28th Annual Holiday Gift Wrap at Hamilton Place Mall benefits Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block, a United Way Agency. Two locations of custom-made booths, providing the opportunity to service patrons more efficiently, will be located on the lower level near JCPenney and the upper level near the Tourist Information Booth. Both booths are open every day depending on the mall’s scheduled hours.
Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block