Walker Valley High School will host the Battle of the Bands Saturday, from 6 to 9 p.m., to benefit the Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society.
Featured at this year’s competition will be three high school bands along with Christian Mann & the Guilty Pleasures and the Collins Brothers.
Tickets are $5 at the door.
Collegedale’s Relay for Life is Saturday
Collegedale’s Relay for Life Cancer benefit will be held Sunday, 2:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Veterans Memorial park.
The 2011 benefit will kick off with a celebration Survivors’ Lap around the park followed by a Luminaria Remembrance ceremony. The Fight Back Dance Party will follow.
The benefit will feature entertainment, food and activities for all ages.
This year’s musical performers will be the Robert Crabtree Jazz Trio with vocals by India Galyean, Barefoot Nellie & co., soul Survivor, Jordan McKee, Doc and the Remedies, and Message of Mercy with Tim Veazey.
BNI plans kick-off meetings Tuesday
The Business Network International, Bradley business Builders Chapter, plans a kick off meeting on Tuesday, 8 to 9:30 a.m., at St. Therese’s Catholic Church social room, 900 Clingan Ridge Drive N.W.
In 2010, the BNI generated more than 6.2 million referrals for member businesses, which resulted in $2.6 billion worth of new business. If your company is interested in increasing its referral business, this is the meeting to attend.
In East Tennessee, the member businesses generated 57,000 referrals, which resulted in $10 million in business.
For reservations, contact Ed Adams, BNI assistant regional director, at 8888-347-3796 extension 302 or email email@example.com.
Meigs County’s CARE plans spay/neuter day
A spay/neuter day will be held April 21 at the Meigs County fairgrounds.
The event is being sponsored by Citizens for Animal Rights and Education.
The cost is $50 for dogs and $40 for cats. Reservations are required.
Rabies shots are required unless you have proof of receiving it. Rabies shots are $10. Other services are available.
‘Treads and Threads’ antique auto show set
The Cherokee Valley Region’ Antique Automobile show “Treads and Threads” will open its season April 16 in the First Street Park in downtown Cleveland.
The show will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The “Treads” portion of the show will feature original and modified vehicles 25 years and older.
There will be no judging. A $5 entry fee will benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.
The “Threads” will feature antique quilts. Individuals are encouraged to bring their quilts for the Cherokee Blossom Quilt guild to look up patterns and help give approximate age.
For more information about the “Treads and Threads,” call Denise Bivens at 479-8031 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.