Chattanooga Frag Swap July 23

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    2nd Bi-annual Chattanooga Frag Swap
    Jointly hosted by the SE TN & N. GA and East Tennessee Reef Clubs

    July 23 from 12-4:00 pm

    Chattanooga State Technical Community College​

    Join fellow reefers from around the region for the 2nd installment of this event. As before, admission is free and everyone is encouraged to bring frags for trading and/or selling. Gently used equipment is also allowed. Label all equipment with your name and phone number. As with the last event, there will be a raffle held to help offset cost, and everyone is encouraged to bring donations to be raffled off. We also plan on having some donations from regional businesses for the raffle as well. Also, as an added bonus, we will be offering a fragging mini-workship for a nominal fee. Participants will leave the workshop with a frag of one of the colonies to be donated by LFS. Hope to see everyone there, old friends and new faces all!

    If any commercial vendors are interested in setting up booths at this event or providing some form of sponsorship, please contact Dave Anderson at commiphora@comcast.net or Angela Scuck at Twoschucks@msn.com.

    Location: Chattanooga State Technical Community College - 4501 Amnicola Highway

    From Highway 75, take the Highway 153 Chickamauga Dam/Airport exit. Follow Hwy. 153 to Amnicola Highway, and turn left at the top of the ramp. CSTCC will be about one mile on your right. Go past the first guard station, and the road curves to the right. Turn into the first left at the 2nd guard station to the main parking lot. Follow the signs on the main entrance door. There are only 3 steps and is handicap accessible. Additional directions and maps can be found at mapquest or randmcnalley.com.
     
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