Supporters of President Barack Obama have announced they will gather tonight at 6:30 at the Urban League to make posters in preparation for a visit by Obama to Chattanooga on Tuesday.
They said the meeting tonight is open to the public.
Additionally, the supporters said they plan to be on Shepherd Road near the airport Tuesday and then at the Redoubt soccer complex on Bonny Oaks as they seek to welcome the President to Chattanooga.
Live coverage of the president's visit will be available at TimesFreePress.com Tuesday.
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At least one group has already announced plans to protest President Barack Obama's upcoming visit to Chattanooga.