Wine Over Water benefits historic preservation
What: More than 2,750 ticket were sold to the annual wine-tasting benefit Wine Over Water held on the Walnut Street Bridge.
Benefits: Raised $170,000 for Cornerstones Inc.’s historic preservation efforts
Carpenters draw hundreds to First Things banquet
What: Nearly 1,000 guests came to hear Kim and Krickitt Carpenter, the couple whose story was the inspiration for the movie, “The Vow,” at at the Chattanooga Convention Center.
Benefits: First Things First.
Run Wild benefits zoo
What: Thrive Studio presented a $3,273 donation to Chattanooga Zoo raised through proceeds of its Run Wild 5K race. The donation will benefit the zoo's expansion efforts.
Scottish Rite donates to Children’s Hospital
What: The Chattanooga Scottish Rite Foundation recently presented a check for $3,000 to T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. Since 2001, the chapter has donated more than $86,000 for medical services and programs at Children’s Hospital.
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