Good morning

Dunlap, TN

#1 Feb 11, 2011
Just this week in Dunlap,

Did you hear? Today someone already late for work stopped to help and elderly person change a flat tire. Then, he did the unthinkable. He wouldn't take any money for helping her.

Elsewhere in Dunlap 27 women immobilized to make food for a family whose loved one had passed away.

Down the road a very busy woman lost sleep and time to help her friend. Just because. No questions asked, she was needed so she was there.

Also in Dunlap, nineteen women of different denominations gathered to pray for a young lady who left his world too soon.

Real hellhole we call home huh? I know bad things happen here. But just once, once, I would like to see someone post somthing positive that happened here. The above mentioned good deeds may not seem like much to some of you. But these are just the things I know about. These acts of kindness are happening everywhere and are to often overshadowed by all the bad.
Dunlapian

AOL

#2 Feb 11, 2011
love it!
friends

Charlotte, NC

#3 Feb 11, 2011
We live in a great community. Where people love to help others, take time to listen & be there for those who need us. Their will always be a few bad apples in every bunch but that don't mean the rest of them aren't full of sweetness. Have a great weekend everyone. God Bless our little home town.
anonymous

Chattanooga, TN

#4 Feb 11, 2011
There was something amazing that happened at signal mountain high school last week. The kids I used to think were always getting in fight, cussing, drinking, and putting each other down all the time organized a prayer group to pray for the family of Sara Catherine Jolley, one of my very good friends who took her own life at the age of 16. It was a beautiful sight seeing them. And it didn't end there, the school wouldn't let them put up memorial posters because it was a public school and they didn't want to "encourage suicide", but the kids got shirts made in memory of her. When asked to change shirts, the students refused. The kids of signal mountain do have hearts, they just come out at the hardest times.
I agree

Dunlap, TN

#5 Feb 11, 2011
Two weeks ago my friend's home burned to the ground. She was only about to get her family and dogs out before the house was consumed. She lost the home she grew up in, her birds and cat. Within 5 days she has a home, clothes for the four of them, toys for their daughter and a renewed since of faith in others.
I agree

Dunlap, TN

#6 Feb 11, 2011
I meant to say only able to get her family out. Sorry for the typo.
Fan of the School System

Chattanooga, TN

#7 Feb 11, 2011
If Mr. Layne is removed or resigns from his position that would be a good post for this forum. Let's hope we can put that on here in the next week.
We have an awesome school system with awesome school teachers who go above and beyond every day.
Great

United States

#8 Feb 12, 2011
We have a great community but anyone from out of town going on this website wouldnt think so... its embarrassing to have people read the garbage on here
anon

Loganville, GA

#9 Aug 14, 2011
anonymous wrote:
There was something amazing that happened at signal mountain high school last week. The kids I used to think were always getting in fight, cussing, drinking, and putting each other down all the time organized a prayer group to pray for the family of Sara Catherine Jolley, one of my very good friends who took her own life at the age of 16. It was a beautiful sight seeing them. And it didn't end there, the school wouldn't let them put up memorial posters because it was a public school and they didn't want to "encourage suicide", but the kids got shirts made in memory of her. When asked to change shirts, the students refused. The kids of signal mountain do have hearts, they just come out at the hardest times.
me and sara were best friends! she helped me get through so much last year. without her i dont think i would be here myself
stoney

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Aug 14, 2011
All great stories and testament to a great community. Why though do people feel compelled to try to ruin the lives of others on this site?
proud

Dayton, TN

#11 Aug 14, 2011
People do great deeds everyday and we should celebrate them! Awesome.
Reality

Dunlap, TN

#12 Aug 14, 2011
Good morning wrote:
Just this week in Dunlap,
Did you hear? Today someone already late for work stopped to help and elderly person change a flat tire. Then, he did the unthinkable. He wouldn't take any money for helping her.
Elsewhere in Dunlap 27 women immobilized to make food for a family whose loved one had passed away.
Down the road a very busy woman lost sleep and time to help her friend. Just because. No questions asked, she was needed so she was there.
Also in Dunlap, nineteen women of different denominations gathered to pray for a young lady who left his world too soon.
Real hellhole we call home huh? I know bad things happen here. But just once, once, I would like to see someone post somthing positive that happened here. The above mentioned good deeds may not seem like much to some of you. But these are just the things I know about. These acts of kindness are happening everywhere and are to often overshadowed by all the bad.
The man wouldn't take money because he was afraid the woman would notice he purse was missing. The 27 women cackled and gossiped about the family and how bad they raised their children. Then they got up in church and announced what a glorious deed they had done. One of them even boasted about it on Topix. Well done, NOT.
Tacky

Dunlap, TN

#13 Aug 14, 2011
Number one, I posted that back in Feb when someone helped my grandmother. No her purse was not missing.

Number two, I was not one of the twenty-seven women, and since half are pagan, I doubt very seriously they stood up in a church and boasted.

Number three who are you to judge how people help one another. You need prayer, or chants, or a swift kick in the butt.
DUNLAP MAN

Spartanburg, SC

#14 Aug 14, 2011
Dunlap can be great again. It use to be a wonderful town
Ronnie Adams-Adamski Adam

United States

#15 Aug 14, 2011
Are there Pagans in Dunlap?

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