Friday, October 17, 2003
Service Center CFC Fair Set for Tuesday
The fair will include displays from more than 40 CFC-supported agencies. Agency representatives will be on hand to answer questions about the services they provide. The fair also will feature entertainment, refreshments for sale, childrens activities and door prizes.
Power Service Center employees and others are encouraged to come out and enjoy the fun and learn more about how their CFC contributions can make a difference. Anyone with questions can call RaSharon King at 876-6703.
Robert Hatcher, Distinguished Scientist & Professor of Geology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, will speak on the topic Volcanic Activity and Ancient Oceans in Tennessee. Hatcher will discuss the analysis of a mile-long drill core that was taken near Carthage, Tenn., and which was donated recently to UT.
Guests are welcome. Lunch is optional and is available to members and guests for $10, which includes free parking at the hotel.
For more information, call Peter Scheffler at 632-8040.
Bob Jaques, a Science Historian with NASAs Marshall Space Flight Center, will discuss some of the lessons learned since America put its first space station, Skylab, into orbit 30 years ago. Jaquess presentation will include the relevance of Skylab to todays International Space Station and the challenges of working in space. Click here http://www-pao.ksc.nasa.gov/kscpao/history/skylab/skylab.htm for a National Aeronautics & Space Administration site that includes information on Skylab.
A buffet lunch for $10 will be available for attendees beginning at 11:30 a.m. Free parking (for those who leave a notice on their dash indicating they are with the Chattanooga Engineers Club) is available for attendees at the Days Inn on Carter Street.
Click here http://www.ChattanoogaEngineersClub.org/ReadHouse.gif for a map to the Read House.
Reservations are not required, and guests are welcome. For more information, call Richard Smith at 751-7024 or Brad Baucom at 648-3582.
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