"It's not a contrived social media subject for Davis, but one that she has lived. Her father was an addict, who did not survive the struggle that many face. "June 11th will be three years since my father took his life," and so it is more than a platform, "It's a labor of love," she says. "
Powell native and Miss Chattanooga Caty Davis wears a crown made of crystals to fulfill her duties, but her real mission for her year of service is addressing substance abuse and addiction problems....
Flashback Friday of Caty Davis Winning Miss Lexington
June 16, 2017
Today is #FlashbackFriday for the#CountdowntotheTNCrown challenge. Earlier this year, I was crowned Miss Lexington and became part of the BEST family in the state. I have felt supported and loved from Day 1! This picture highlights a particularly funny and special moment for @kaelinkinzer and me! The photos I have of my crowning moment are a bit blurry and do not hold a candle to this precious moment. Kaelin and I were accidentally crowned with the wrong crowns, but they were later switched back.
Exciting Announcement!!!! My #RiseUp and#MoveMountains fundraiser is COMPLETE! I traveled to Jackson to hand deliver Le Bonheur Children's Hospital's portion of the funds. Thanks to a local donor who matched my donation, I presented a check for $1,000 to Le Bonheur Foundation staff in Jackson to benefit the NAS babies born drug dependent in the neonatal intensive care unit. What an awesome day!
Caty Davis Is Ready for the Miss Tennessee Pageant
June 18, 2017
All checked in and ready for Miss Tennessee! What a wonderful feeling to receive a $3,300 check for my ad sales and ....SURPRISE!! I sold the most ad pages and was named the public relations award winner. This means I am starting the week off with a $1,000 scholarship! I am so thankful for this organization and the many volunteers who make this week happen.
Caty Davis Received over $17,000 in Scholarship Money
June 11, 2017
It is #ScholarshipSunday for the Miss Tennessee social media challenge! Wow, it feels like yesterday I walked across the stage at my commencement ceremony!! I am so thankful to have received over $17,000 in scholarship money from the Miss America Organization throughout my years competing that have allowed me to complete my degree and afford to go to school. I am proud to have graduated Magna cum Laude and now have a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration from The University of Tennessee. Education is a privilege, and I am excited to soon display my diploma proudly.