Beans and Cornbread Luncheon raises funds for Hospice of Lubbock

Beans and Cornbread Luncheon raises funds for Hospice of Lubbock

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Meredith Aldis and Megan Reyna volunteered as servers Meredith Aldis and Megan Reyna volunteered as servers
Kristin Carol and Megan Reyna volunteered as servers Kristin Carol and Megan Reyna volunteered as servers
Jeff Klotzman and Jim Douglass served as emcees Jeff Klotzman and Jim Douglass served as emcees
LUBBOCK, Texas -

Beans, cornbread and entertainment. It was all part of the event to benefit Hospice of Lubbock.

The 30th Annual Mayors' Beans and Cornbread Luncheon raised money to benefit patient care and services.

"We invite mayors from all over the South plains to come and help us raise money for unfunded hospice care," executive director Jeremy Brown said.

"Hospice of Lubbock has been here for 32 years. We're the only nonprofit [hospice] in this area, and so in that 32 years, we've never turned away anyone who needs hospice care based on their ability to pay."

Some of the money will also go toward a new music therapy program.

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