Today: Very warm with partly cloudy skies. Isolated afternoon and evening storms. High near 90. Bill Race.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with a low in the mid 60s.
Wednesday: Scattered storms with mostly cloudy skies. ... More...
Dr. Loyd W. Witherspoon, Jr. D.P.M. is committed to giving each of his patients or all ages the most attentive and professional foot care available. He has the expertise needed to diagnose and treat almost any ailment related to the ankle or foot, including diabetes and circulation problems .
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Dr. Witherspoon's offices are located at 1510 Gunbarrel Road, Suite 300 and their phone number is 499-6488
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Keri Frith who graduated in 2009 from UTC. And is now a student at Western Kentucky University. -
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RIVERFRONT NIGHTS/GROW CHATTANOOGA
riverfront nights---- free concert each saturday night for the next few weeks and new this year down at the waterfront is a green space tent and joining us is Ruth Kerr with Gaining Ground
----Pig Roast-----Stop by our table at Riverfront Nights for a chance to win 2 tickets to Crabtree Farms Pig Roast!
----Local Food Recipe Challenge--visit growchattanooga.org for details to enter
winner will be in upcoming Gaining Ground cookbook--deadline is August 31
for more information go to---www.growchattanooga.org
entertainment is yellow dubmarine and also under the pup tent is wally friends
MR FOOD - for todays receipe - baked stuff peppers - go to www.mrfood.com
this Sunday market-goers will get an opportunity to support the United Way by bringing in school supplies for their annual Stuff The Bus drive. Last year, approximately $6,000 in school supplies was collected at the Market. All supplies and proceeds donated benefit the Hamilton County PTA's Teacher Supply Depot. This year's goal is to increase Market donations to $10,000 in supplies. This year's Stuff the Bus Drive ends October 31 and the collection goal for 2012 is $40,000 in supplies.
The day will be a great, kid-friendly event for the entire family. Approximately 14 United Way partners will have booths set up throughout the Market with children's games, arts, crafts and healthy activities for children and their families to enjoy. Parents can also sign their toddlers up for free books and learning check-ups. Every child who completes a learning check up at the market that day will receive a free family pass for six to the Creative Discovery Museum.
Live music featured on the EPB Stage will be 12:30 Lynn and Lou Wamp and 2:00 The Vibe Dials.
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