Our speaker this month will be Tom Spangler, Knox County’s new Sheriff. Spangler started at the Knox County Sheriff’s Office as a jailer in 1980 and climbed the ranks to become the chief deputy under Sheriff Tim Hutchison and then under JJ Jones. He has worked as a patrol supervisor, headed the narcotics division, started the aviation unit, was a SWAT team member for 14 years and more. Come out and meet Sheriff Spangler and learn what’s new in the Knox County Sheriff’s Office.
We have started a new feature for our Business Spotlight, this month it is Old North Knoxville and they have been asked to do a radio interview on Fulton Radio. Listen live at 91.1 FM or tune in there are a variety of ways to listen, check it out here.
UPDATE: Our location has changed from Habitat to the Boys & Girls Club on Irwin.
Our speaker this month will be Eve Thomas, Knoxville’s new police chief. She began her career with the Knoxville Police Department in 1993. She most recently served as deputy chief over the Criminal Investigation Division.
Thank you to Boys & Girls Club for hosting our meeting on September 14th at 7:45 am. Our breakfast sponsor is Broadway Carpets, thank Garry Tener when you see him.
As we focus on what’s going on in our city and our zip code, this meeting you won’t want to miss!
So come to meet the new police chief and thank her for taking the time to meet with us.
Jeff Jarnigan, will be our speaker. You have heard his voice on the radio for years, he is a radio legend here in Knoxville and a Fulton High Alumni! He is the voice that gives you the low-down at UT Football and Basketball games as the University of Tennessee PA Announcer, he is also currently operations manager for Cumulus Media here in Knoxville, which includes WIVK’s country station, News-Talk WOKI, and Sports-Talk WNML. That makes him a busy guy, with some great stories. This will be a fun meeting you won’t want to miss!
Oh, and be sure to thank Jeff for taking the time to meet with us.
This month promises to be fun and different. For the hot summer months we thought we would shine a spotlight on our nonprofit members, so drumroll please for…NONPROFIT JULY. We will have a series of short nonprofit member spotlights showcasing our community of those who pour their hearts into our city for the good of others. Come learn about what they are doing and see if there is a place you would like to do some community good.
Nonprofits were asked to sign up at the last meeting. Due to the overwhelming response sign-ups are closed.
Each group will get 3.5 minutes to tell about their nonprofit, they can hand out information. Since time will be limited links to each participating nonprofit are above: Each participant must be respectful of the other nonprofits time.
Helpful tip for our speakers, pick one topic and highlight it. Things like: