Back in June, the opening weekend of Summer 2019 was a busy one on Clark Lake. Dozens of pontoons and watercraft of every description were traversing the crystal clear water with the sunlight dancing off the shimmering blue ripples. This was the backdrop for one of the communities’ favorite charity events; Crawfest.
The annual old fashioned craw-fish broil serves as a fundraiser for the Jackson Rotary Club. Assisting to help fund their community activities, such as dis
Connections residential ramp building program which provides free labor to construct wheelchair ramps for people with mobility challenges in our community. Long-time Rotarian Monya Otis kept the party going selling 50/50 tickets along with keeping a great comic banter going with musician Cat Canyon. Canyon's blend of classic pop tunes and good time music was the perfect complement to the beautiful day.
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Connections Lesia Pikaart and Rotary's Laura Mobley-Corn, attended to work hard and enjoy the day. 12 year old Rubenn Lamphear stayed busy giving lessons how to peel and consume Craw-Fish, or as they are known in Louisiana, “Water Bugs”. The Jackson Rotary would like to thank everyone that supported this year's event and the Pointe Bar and Grill for hosting the gathering at their beautiful facility.