Category Archives: kids

Energy and Involvement at the Camp House

If you open yourself up to meeting people in Chattanooga, you will get rewarded by meeting fascinating, dedicated people.  It happened again for me when I got together with Tiffany and Tim at the Camp House.  Some of you will … Continue reading

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Donyale at Rembrandt’s

When you sit down with Donyale, you’re going to have a wide-ranging discussion on interesting topics far and wide.  And when you add sitting outside on a sunny Spring day plus a cup of Rembrandt’s coffee, just relax and enjoy … Continue reading

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Adera Talks Children

We met with Adera at the Hunter Museum of American Art and the conversation quickly turned to children.  Besides her brilliant work with art education for the children of our city she is a passionate proponent for the Children’s Advocacy … Continue reading

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An Impromptu at Rembrandt’s

One of the great things about the whole CoffeeConnect idea is the adaptability of the concept.  I also like the fact that I can create opportunities for a Connect at the drop of a hat.  This happened today at Rembrandt’s … Continue reading

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Beth talks family

Beth, church secretary, talked family.  If you want to get connected join a community pool.  That’s where the locals hang out and relax during the Summer and a conversation is easy to strike up.  You can go to the City … Continue reading

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Hot Chocolate at the Camp House

Okay, CoffeeConnect is officially off and running.  Susanne and I met with Elena and Gina at the Camp House on Williams Street between Market and Main.  If you haven’t visited that part of town, you are missing out.  It’s one … Continue reading

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