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Can the culinary arts serve up more than healthy food to the community? Chattanooga-based Chef Andrea Cagle was invited to participate in the inaugural festivities for President Barack Obama. After cooking for the First Family, Chef Cagle brought some flavor to Glass Street for a live cooking demonstration and tasting. Cagle shared her audience with local entrepreneurs and community service providers, including:

Wee Care Diaper Disposal*, LSMB Business Solutions*, A.C.E. Net Cafe*, Smart Cushion, New U Fitness*, KT Images Photo Booth, Pamela Moss Jewelry, Mary Kay, My Sisters House, TN Development District, First Things First, The Partnership, Tennessee American Water Company, East Chattanooga Improvement Wellness Program.
*Indicates graduates from the Launch Business Planning Course (www.launchchattanooga.org).

Outcomes:
125+ attendees
14 business & service provider booths

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East Chattanooga Improvement
Chef Andrea Cagle
Nori Moss
LAUNCH
Community of Christ Church
Virginia College