The building where we lease office space in Knoxville is being sold and they are planning on turning it into a hotel so we need to move.
Please let us know if you know of any office space available (and feel free to forward this widely).
Currently we share space with the Appalachian Community Fund and we are open to finding a larger space together OR finding a space for CS only.
Here's what we need:
CS ALONE: 4 offices Storage space (small amount for office supplies but larger amount for Brewers Jam stuff. We are okay with having shared space in a basement or something like that) Break room/kitchen (open to sharing with rest of building or others) Meeting room (open to sharing with others) Free parking
CS AND ACF TOGETHER 7-8 offices Everything else above Please let us know if you know of anything available. ...
In addition to great people, great food and great beer,there is going to be some great music: Morgan Simmons, Darrel Acuff and Don Wood will be performing. Come on out and learn about some great groups while having fun. ...
Easiest, funnest way to support social justice in our backyard! Enjoy free food, music, and a chance to win a Brewers Jam ticket! 🍻😋💃
Come make new friends and celebrate all people at the annual Be a Friend Festival (BFF) where you will fly high in a bounce house, play ball blindfolded, and other fun games, activities, and entertainment.
There is no cost for admission and even the food is free. Let’s celebrate our differences together as we live, work and play in our world.
This year’s event will held on October 13 (on the Friday of Fall Break for schools) from 11:00am – 3:00pm at the Ashley Nicole Dream Playground, located at 620 Winona St. in Knoxville.
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SO COOL! Can't wait to have a state full of blueways!
One of our members, Tennessee Scenic Rivers Association (TSRA) just completed their 21st river access build and first river access site outside of Middle Tennessee. TSRA volunteers designed and built a river access point on the Big South Fork at Station Camp. These access points are part of a TSRA initiative to build a network of blueways with launch points for recreational paddling on rivers, streams and lakes in our state.