Dr. Graham's volunteer community involvement:

1890s day - Memorial Day Weekend

Dr. Ronal Graham coordinates a hometown street festival that's been running for more than 35 years. It's called the 1890's Day Jamboree and it happens every Memorial Day weekend. The event features over 100 food specialties, arts and crafts vendors, live music on multiple stages, music and dance contests, beauty pageants, a parade, classic car show, and a fireworks finale on Saturday night. The event admission is free and all events are family friendly.

Haunted Depot - 3 weekends in October

Dr. Ronal Graham coordinates the volunteers and setup of a fall Halloween festival that happens over the course of three weekends every October. The event takes place in downtown Ringgold, GA at the Historic Ringgold Depot. There is a haunted house set up inside the Ringgold Depot. There is a hayride, bonfire, and "ghost walks around the historic downtown.

Christmas parade - 1st week of December

During the first week of December Dr. Ronal Graham coordinates an annual hometown family Christmas parade in Ringgold, GA. The parade includes floats, marching bands and color guard, entries from businesses, choral groups singing, and of course Santa Claus. Approximately 6000-7000 people attend this 3 hour event on a Friday evening.

Interesting Stuff about Dr. Graham

Dr. Graham plays the many musical instruments including the accordion, piano, organ, as well as the string bass.  He enjoys riding motorcycles in his spare time and has ridden dirt bikes in enduro races for years. He has been in practice in Ringgold for over 36 years.