Eagle Anglers - All students in the Rhea County School system that enjoy fishing are encouraged to see what the Eagle Anglers are all about. This is their third season and there are 34 student anglers already to fish when the season started on Feb. 23 at Chickamauga Lake, out of Blue Water RV Resort and Marina in Dayton. Weigh-in will be promptly at 3 p.m. each week. The entire community is encouraged to come out and support what the Eagle Anglers of Rhea County High School are all about. For more information contact the sponsor and coach Brian Derlak at email@example.com The next Eagle Angler event is scheduled for Saturday, March 9, as they will be fishing out of the Rhea Springs boat ramp in Spring City. Safelight take off is between 6:30 and 7 p.m. Weigh-in will be at 3 p.m.
Professional Great South Championship Wrestling is coming to the National Guard Armory in Dayton, located at 222 Manufacturers Road in Dayton. The bell time on Saturday, March 9, will be at 7 p.m. and gates will open at 6:30 p.m. Admission for adults is $7 and $5 for kids. Kids five and under get in free. Individual matches include: Darrel Fargo versus Jake Fargo; Pyro vs. The Moondog; Robert Blade vs. Night Train. The tag team match includes Robbie Lee Jordan and Platinum versus Noah Richards and Tate Fugate. The big main event, where falls count anywhere, will feature Johnny Deacon versus Josh Frozt.
Dayton City School teacher Trish Newsom will be running in the 2013 Boston Marathon with Team Hoyt of the Hoyt Foundation. Since Team Hoyt is a charity, a requirement for her to join the team is to raise $5,000. A year ago, she raised over $8,000 for the cause through several fundraisers. Newsom and her supporters held a 5K fundraiser in February and will have several more before the Boston Marathon. To learn more about Newsom’s fundraising goal please visit www.crowdrise.com/trishnewsom and the event website is http://runwithtrish5kforteamhoyt.wordpress.com/. To learn more about Newsom’s journey please visit www.thenextmailboxboston.com and to learn more about the Hoyt Foundation, visit www.teamhoyt.com