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Kick-Off to Civic Season District 4 Fish Fry

2 hours

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Stanley United Methodist Church

Cost

4 – 15

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We’re kicking off Civic Season in Chattanooga with a neighborhood Fish Fry at the Stanley United Methodist Church! This event is open to the public and intended to get District 4 residents ready for the upcoming August and November elections, while highlighting the history of African Americans’ struggle for the vote and their civil rights. Come learn about local elections, your voting rights, and celebrate Chattanooga’s history of civic activism with us!

Adults: $10 per plate
Youth: $5 per plate
Children 4 and Under: Free

5:00 – 8:00 PM

Activity Type:

Social Activity, In Person, Outdoor

Level:

intermediate

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