Signal Centers is one of 25 teams competing on Saturday, September 13th in the Greater Race: A GeoCASH Adventure! The Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga is hosting a 50th Anniversary Celebration on September 13. In keeping with the true spirit of the foundation's history of giving, the CFGC is giving $35,000 to local organizations participating in and winning the first ever Greater Race: A GeoCASH Adventure. Each of the 25 teams will consist of four team members. The teams will be traversing the downtown Chattanooga area, geocaching-style, competing for the prize money. The first place finisher will win $20,000, second place will win $10,000, and third place will win $5,000. A party celebrating the teams' accomplishments, the nonprofits' causes, and CFGC will take place at the First Tennessee Pavilion during and after the race, starting at 10 a.m. Come cheer on Signal Centers! As a bonus, the public will have the opportunity to enter a nonprofit into a drawing for a $1,000 donation from CFGC.
Friends of Special Children will be hosting the 9th annual All aBout Children (ABC) dinner and auction on Thursday, September 18, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. under the tent at Signal Centers. For more information, contact Debby Frederes at 423-698-8528, Ext. 265.
It's Go!Fest time! Visitors of all abilities will go wild for a free day at the Chattanooga Zoo at Warner Park during the 10th Annual Go!Fest Celebration Saturday, September 27 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Animal attractions and interactions abound, but breaking boundaries and increasing disability awareness are at the heart of Go!Fest, which also will showcase activities, entertainment and information from various social service agencies and other civic-minded groups, businesses and institutions. Go!Fest is part of an initiative created to help make Chattanooga more accessible to everyone, regardless of their ability. - See more at: http://www.chattanooga.gov/gofest#sthash.K0JvbTUl.dpuf
To strengthen children, adults and families through services focusing on disabilities, early childhood education and self-sufficiency.
A community that fosters lifelong independence for children, adults and families.
Signal Centers is comprised of four programs – Adult Services, Assistive Technology Services, Children’s Services and the Child Care Resource & Referral Network.