Missy Barrett is a fictional 9-year-old child who lives in real life Sevierville (TN) with her mother, Jenna, and her big brothers, Aaron and Josh and the family cats, Oreo Speedwagon and Sali Dali Cat. Grandma and Grandpa Barrett live here as well as Grandma and Grandpa Two Rivers.
In 2017, Sevierville proclaimed August 30th to be International Missy Barrett Day where everyone is encouraged to do a #GoodDeed and help spread the word that every good deed counts, no matter how big or how small that deed may be.
In 2018, Sevier County proclaimed August 30th to be International Missy Barrett Day where everyone is encouraged to #DareToCare and to do a #GoodDeed because #Kindness Counts.
Since then, a lot of people and locations have joined in this campaign to make the world a better place for everyone. Click here to see other locations that recognize August 30th as being A Day To Do Good Deeds.
You can help spread the word that every good deed counts, no matter how big or how small that deed may be, by doing good deeds every single day, but especially on August 30th because that’s International Missy Barrett Day: A Day To Do Good Deeds.
Missy Barrett is also a member of the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce, and loves writing about SCOC events, grand openings, ribbon cuttings, and more because she takes being a Chamber member seriously.
Updated: July 2020