The Good Old Days Museum and the Centennial event was held on Saturday at the celebration of 100 years for the old Soddy Bank (1921-2020.) More than 500 people visited for the day and over 50 antique cars were on display including 1920s era Model Ts.
The Soddy, Daisy & Montlake Historical Association (SDMHA) thanks the community partners who helped pull together this special day. Board members Jacob Smith and Bill Shadwick worked with the Oak Street Baptist Church, Soddy Daisy Cruisers/ antique car owners, the City of Soddy Daisy, the United Methodist Church, and the Church of God to coordinate the car show and work out parking and shuttle logistics.
Building owners Scott and Rebecca Brogdon were excited to see so many folks come out and he was there in a top hat and waistcoat to welcome them. People had to wait in line for Plenty Burgers but over 270 burgers were served and sold out before the event ended.
Roger Downs and Pamela-White Glaser greeted folks as they toured the museum with Soddy-Daisy Mayor Rick Nunley helping with announcements and kicking off the ceremony.
SDMHA President Steve Smith said, "We want to thank our volunteers and all of the SDMHA members who donated their time to this festival. And I want to say thank you to everyone who attended and showed support at this fundraiser. It was a spectacular day!"