Rabbit Zielke

Rabbit has been on the air at WUTC since 1993.

Originally a music host on the weekends and the producer / host of Celtic Harvest, she began producing news segments for Around and About Chattanooga in 2006.  In the fall of 2015, she assumed the duties of Membership Manager and Volunteer Coordinator at the station. 

Rabbit is an alumna of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, obtaining a BS in Exceptional Education and MPA with a concentration in Nonprofit Management.   Her background includes teaching, technical writing, IT, electronics technician, U.S. Navy veteran and roller derby announcer. 

Rabbit and her husband Jack live in Harrison, Tennessee.

Ways to Connect

Lodge Manufacturing held a ground breaking ceremony last month to celebrate the development of a new foundry and distribution warehouse. 

The Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker is coming to the Tivoli December 21st and for many young ballet dancers in the area this could be their big break. 

Wacker Chemical Corporation

Wacker Chemie recently celebrated the opening of their newest polysilicon plant in Charleston, Tennessee.

The Safety Coalition was established by the Mayor's Office in Chattanooga to offer opportunities for people to get involved for a positive change in our communities. 

The 9th annual Chocolate Fling is on Sunday April 24, 2016 at the Chattanoogan Hotel.

American Heart Association

February is National Heart Month and Friday February 5th is National Wear Red Day. 

CHI Memorial Foundation

The eleventh annual Pink! Gala will be hosted by the CHI Memorial Foundation at the Chattanooga Convention Center, Saturday, January 30th 2016.

Chickamauga & Chattanooga Military Park

The 13th Amendment abolished slavery 150 years ago, and the National Park Service is presenting "The Death Blow is Final:  The 13th Amendment Becomes Official" on Saturday December 19th at 2:00.

Hunter Museum of American Art

Seeking the Spiritual: The Visionary Art of Elliott Daingerfield is the special exhibition at the Hunter Museum of American Art on display through February 21, 2016. 

South East Conservation Corps

Trips for Kids gave out a mountain bicycle, helmet and bike lock to each student that completed the program for Fall 2015.