It’s the most wonderful time of the year!”

Join Keep Slidell Beautiful on Friday, July 9 for their Christmas in July Holiday Light Fundraiser from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Slidell Municipal Auditorium. All proceeds benefit the Christmas on Front Holiday Light Displays.

Tickets are $80 each or two for $150 and include admission, food, open bar and entertainment by WITNESS. Tickets can be purchased online via EventBrite, but to avoid online service fees, tickets can be purchased directly from Trey Brownfield, Keep Slidell Beautiful Director, by emailing tbrownfield@cityofslidell.org or calling (985) 646-9564.

“Last Christmas, I was overwhelmed by the support that we received from our community coming together to support Keep Slidell Beautiful’s Christmas on Front Street initiative and bringing back holiday light displays that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina,” said Brownfield. “We have plans to go bigger and better this year by extending the lights further down Front Street and maybe into other parts of Slidell. But to do this, we need your continued support.”

Table Sponsorships are also available for $1,000 which includes a table for eight people, acknowledgment in event publicity, recognition during and after the event, and one full-scene light display sponsorship during Christmas on Front in November and December 2021.

In 2020, Keep Slidell Beautiful was able to raise over $20,000 in sponsorships and in-kind support from local businesses and organizations for Christmas on Front.

For more information, please contact Brownfield at tbrownfield@cityofslidell.org or (985) 646-9564.

Join Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser, Slidell Mayor Greg Cromer and Keep Slidell Beautiful on Saturday, April 24 for Keep Slidell Beautiful’s Great American Clean Up starting at 9 am in Heritage Park.

Gather your families, friends, school clubs, church groups and civic organizations and volunteer to help keep our community clean. Lt. Governor Nungesser is even providing lunch, with a generous donation from the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board. And a big thank you to Coastal Environmental Services for cooking lunch!

Keep Slidell Beautiful is a total community effort. We all have to work together to help keep our city clean.
Keep Slidell Beautiful and the Slidell Tree Board will host their annual Tree Giveaway on Saturday, May 23, starting at 8 a.m. at Fritchie Park.
 
“We have over 400 Cleveland Select Pear Trees to giveaway to the public,” said Trey Brownfield, director of Keep Slidell Beautiful. “The Tree Giveaway was postponed from earlier in the year due to COVID-19 concerns. We will be practicing social distancing, so we ask that the public remain in their vehicle at all times. Since March, the trees have grown considerably and they are now over 10 feet tall. You will definitely need a pickup truck or a vehicle with a trailer to bring these trees home. “
 
Trees will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Only one tree is allowed per vehicle. Because of the size of the trees, citizens in cars or SUVs will be asked to return with a truck or trailer. 
 
Sponsors for the Tree Giveaway include CLECO, Slidell Memorial Hospital, and Oschner, Coastal Environmental Services, Mike Rich CFP with Pontchartrain Investment Management, and the Keep Slidell Beautiful Board.
 
For more information, please contact Trey Brownfield by phone at 985-646-9564 or by e-mail at tbrownfield@cityofslidell.org. For information about City of Slidell news and upcoming events, you can sign up for our email news list on our website at www.myslidell.com or visit the  “City of Slidell, Louisiana” on Facebook. You can also follow Keep Slidell Beautiful on Facebook.
Keep Slidell Beautiful and the Slidell Tree Board will host their annual Tree Giveaway on Saturday, Jan. 16, starting at 8 a.m. at Fritchie Park.
 
“This year we have Louisiana Bald Cypress and River Birch trees for the giveaway,” said Trey Brownfield, director of Keep Slidell Beautiful. “Funds from the Keep Slidell Beautiful Golf Tournament were used to purchase 400 trees for the giveaway and we hope that the public enjoys them.”
Like last year’s event, this will be a drive-through giveaway due to COVID-19 restrictions. The public should remain in their vehicles at all times. Trees will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Only one tree is allowed per vehicle. 
For more information, please contact Trey Brownfield by phone at 985-646-9564 or by e-mail at tbrownfield@cityofslidell.org. For information about City of Slidell news and upcoming events, you can sign up for our email news list on our website at www.myslidell.com or visit the  “City of Slidell, Louisiana” on Facebook. You can also follow Keep Slidell Beautiful on Facebook.