When: February 25th, 2023 at 11AM Where: Little Soddy Creek Event Hosted By: Keep Soddy-Daisy Beautiful Supporting Organizations: What to bring: Parking Instruction: Parking is very limited at this site, please carpool when possible. Drive all the way to the top of the mountain on Hotwater Rd,… Read More »Little Soddy Creek Cleanup
Our first Arbor Day Celebration was held on March 5, 2022. Students from Ivy Academy and volunteers from the community planted 16 large trees at “Pine Tree Park” on Dayton Pike. Encouraged by this success, KSDB is planning a larger tree planting for 2023. With… Read More »Keep Soddy-Daisy Beautiful Arbor Day 2023
Last year, the Tennessee Department of Transportation launched a new program called No Trash November to educate Tennesseans about litter and to organize a statewide volunteer force to assist in cleaning up our state before the holiday season, so our out-of-town guests can be welcomed… Read More »NO TRASH NOVEMBER – Event Info
Thank you Randy & Betty Ware & Mary Jane Fish of the Photographic Society of Chattanooga for taking these wonderful family photos at the festival. Please click on the link below to see and download your photos: https://stevenware.passgallery.com/MObyLWAHu9pW9
Address: 190 Depot St, Soddy-Daisy, TN 37379 Volunteers must check in and check out at Volunteer Booth (located next to Welcome Booth). All Volunteers need to fill out the volunteer waiver form: https://airtable.com/shr4nZtcmI8lrgtEh Verify Your Volunteer Shifts Here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c44aba722a6f9c25-5kfall If you are loaning us stuff… Read More »Soddy-Daisy Fall Festival Volunteer Information
PRESS RELEASE – KEEP SODDY-DAISY BEAUTIFUL ANNOUNCES FALL FESTIVAL BRINGING FOOD, FUN, AND ENTERTAINMENT TO SODDY-DAISY
Soddy-Daisy, TN is being transformed into the newest event destination thanks to an event being announced by Cindi Sanden, President of Keep-Soddy Daisy Beautiful. Cindi Sanden shared information about the Soddy-Daisy Fall Festival, a one-day festival with food, fun, and music. Family-friendly, this event is scheduled for Saturday, October 15th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and celebrates the changing of seasons and the spirit of the community.