VOL. 117 | NO. 153 | Thursday, August 28, 2003
Collierville Chamber of Commerce hosts the third annual Willard Ewing
Golf Classic at 1 p
The Collierville Chamber of Commerce hosts the third annual
Willard Ewing Golf Classic at 1 p.m. today at Windyke Country Club, 8535
Winchester Road. Lunch and registration begin at 11 a.m.
Cost is $125 per person or $500 per foursome. Proceeds
benefit Collierville Alzheimers Day Care Center.
The Mid-South Interfaith Network for Economic Justice and
Memphis Labor Council sponsor the Faith and Labor Picnic from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Monday at Mt. Olive Cathedral C.M.E. Church at Linden and Lauderdale roads.
Speakers include distribution center workers organizing at
Freds warehouse, nurses organizing at The Regional Medical Center at Memphis
and members of the Memphis Living Wage Coalition.
Cost is $8 for adults, $4 for children ages 5-12 and $25 for
families. Proceeds benefit the Mid-South Interfaith Network for Economic
The Collierville Chamber of Commerce hosts an
Ambassador-Diplomat Meeting at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Halle Room of the
Collierville Burch Branch Library, 501 Poplar View Parkway.
Call 853-1949 or visit www.colliervillechamber.com.
The Tennessee Arts Commission presents Arts on the Move:
The Governors Regional Conference on the Arts for the West Tennessee region
Sept. 9 at Pickwick Landing State Park in Savannah, Tenn.
The conference features sessions on business, organization,
technology and arts in education.
Accompanying arts conferences with different courses will be
held throughout the state this fall, including one in East Tennessee Sept. 25
and one in Middle Tennessee Oct. 8.
Each conference is $30, or $20 for attendees who
pre-register two weeks in advance. Call (615) 741-2093 or visit
The Mid-South Peace and Justice Center hosts Beyond
Capitalism: What would a more just society look like? at 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at the
MSPJC meeting room in First Congregational Church, 1000 S. Cooper St.
Speakers are Steve Tammelleo, doctoral candidate at the
University of Memphis; Harriet Boone, retired history teacher with Memphis City
Schools; and Franklin Dmitryev, activist and writer.