NCBW Hosts Political Forum for Hamilton County School Board and State House of Representatives

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Chattanooga Chapter, Inc. (NCBW) is hosting a political forum for candidates vying for seats on the Hamilton County School Board and the Tennessee State House of Representatives.

The forum will take place on Monday, July 9, 2018 at Orchard Knob Missionary Baptist Church, 1734 E. Third Street, 37404 from 5PM until 7:30PM.

All qualified candidates have been invited to participate. The forum will be moderated by Chattanooga native Wade Hinton, who currently serves as the City Attorney.

Each candidate will be allowed to briefly share their platform. In addition, the public will be granted the opportunity to submit questions to the candidates. Questions will be screened in order to prevent duplication of questions asked.

NCBW is a 501©3 Organization. We do not endorse nor do we contribute to political campaigns. Our role is to provide a venue where the public can be educated on candidates’ platforms.

For more information about this event, please contact Debbie Jones-Ellis at 423-400-6875.PoliticalCandidateFlyer_Image

 

 

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My Sister’s Keeper Financial Literacy Workshop – June 16, 2018

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The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Chattanooga Chapter, Inc. is pleased to announce a financial literacy workshop for young ladies and women of all ages.

“My Sisters’ Keeper” Financial Literacy Workshop is scheduled for Saturday, June 16, from 9:00 A.M. until 1:00 P. M at the Family Justice Center.  A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Expect to hear from the experts about investment strategies, 401Ks, CDs and all the do’s and don’ts of sound financial living. Registration ends June 9th. Call us at 423-698-0029 to reserve your seat!

 

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NCBW Celebrates 2018 ‘Black Pioneer Women of Excellence’ Honorees

On Saturday, April 28, 2018, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Chattanooga Chapter, Inc. (NCBW) honored three community leaders at its’ 17th Annual Black Pioneer Women of Excellence Awards Ceremony at Hawkinsville Missionary Baptist Church.

This year’s honorees are Dorothy Lee Grisham for achievements in Entrepreneurship; Mildred Moreland for achievements in Health; and Grace Lay Ragland for achievements in Education. The theme for the event is “Beacons of Brilliance.”

These women are truly remarkable as each has been role models and mentors to young women and peers alike; they have been firm believers that with hard work, faith, perseverance, dignity and prayer goals can be achieved.

This year, we had the privilege of sitting down with each honoree to gain insight into their life, family, community involvement and spiritual walk.

Check out our FB page at https://www.facebook.com/NCBWChattanooga to hear their stories.

The Black Pioneer Women of Excellence Awards Ceremony honors Black women who have made accomplishments in the fields of health; education; entrepreneurship; community development; religion; politics; social services; government services; or community services/volunteerism.

 

 

 

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NCBW Hosts Political Forum for Hamilton County School Board and State House of Representatives

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Chattanooga Chapter, Inc. (NCBW) is hosting a political forum for candidates vying for seats on the Hamilton County School Board and the Tennessee State House of Representatives.

The forum will take place on Monday, July 9, 2018 at Orchard Knob Missionary Baptist Church, 1734 E. Third Street, 37404 from 5PM until 7:30PM.

All qualified candidates have been invited to participate. The forum will be moderated by Chattanooga native Wade Hinton, who currently serves as the City Attorney.

Each candidate will be allowed to briefly share their platform. In addition, the public will be granted the opportunity to submit questions to the candidates. Questions will be screened in order to prevent duplication of questions asked.

NCBW is a 501©3 Organization. We do not endorse nor do we contribute to political campaigns. Our role is to provide a venue where the public can be educated on candidates’ platforms.

For more information about this event, please contact Debbie Jones-Ellis at 423-400-6875.PoliticalCandidateFlyer_Image

 

 

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Looking for a Few Good Women

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The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Chattanooga Chapter, Inc. is looking for a few good women to help make a difference in our community. If you are THAT woman or know of someone who fits the criteria, please feel free to join us on March 10th to learn more about the organization and its mission. To RSVP, call 423-698-0029 by March 5th. The Chattanooga membership drive runs March 10, 2018 thru April 9, 2018.

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Mardi Gras Ball 2018

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Join the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Chattanooga Chapter, Inc. for a night of food, fun and live entertainment as we work to raise money for the organization’s “Reach to the Future” scholarship for local high school seniors.
When: Saturday, February 10, 2018 8:30PM-1:00AM
Where: Chattanooga Convention Center, Ballroom H

Tickets are $55 each and tax deductible. Tables of 8 are $440. The attire is formal and seating is limited. So, get your tickets today by calling 423-698-0029 or emailing us at info@ncbw-chattanooga.org

See you there!

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NCBW Swearing In Of New President

Mrs. Beverly Johnson, President NCBW Chattanooga Chapter

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