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Region 8 residents eat to help feed others

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT)-  Food, fun and fellowship took place in Jonesboro Thursday evening in order to help feed others.

Arkansas State University was the site for "Crawfish for a Cause".  All the proceeds for the event went to the Northeast Arkansas Food Bank.  The event's co-host, Chris Baugh says that he and others wanted to raise money to provide food for others.

Baugh says they anticipated about 100 people at Thursday's event at the ASU Pavilion.

"Crawfish for a Cause" was made possible by Haag Brown Commercial, Baugh Financial and the Jonesboro Leadership Team.

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