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“Dining Out For Life” - Back To In Person - In Chattanooga

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Cempa Community Care

Nearly two dozen restaurants in Chattanooga will open their doors on Thursday for this year’s “Dining Out for Life” - which supports Cempa Community Care’s HIV services across the Tennessee Valley.

Miles Huff is with Cempa.

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