Hospice of Lubbock hosts 29th Annual Beans and Cornbread Luncheo

Hospice of Lubbock hosts 29th Annual Beans and Cornbread Luncheon

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Mayors, beans and cornbread. All for a good cause.

The Hospice of Lubbock hosted the 29th Annual Beans and Cornbread Luncheon with mayors from all over the region. 

Jeremy Brown, executive director for the Hospice of Lubbock, says it's about benefiting patients and their families.

"Beans and cornbread represent every man's meal and so we've been doing this for 29 years to help raise money to help support Lubbock and the surrounding communities provide hospice care," Brown said. 

The Hospice of Lubbock has been the region's pediatric hospice since 1987. 

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