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Pillows of Hope to hold Annual Thanksgiving Drive Nov 15

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Pillows of Hope will hold its Annual Thanksgiving Drive on Wednesday, November 15 at Elsido's Zydeco & Blues Club located at 1523 St. Antoine Street in Lafayette. The event begins at 6:00 pm and will last until about 1:30 am.

Several bands will be playing during the fundraiser and admission is $12 with or without canned goods.

  • Patrick Henry & the Liberation Band
  • Leroy Thomas & the Zydeco Road Runners
  • Reggie & Sont Parti Band
  • Kenne Wayne
  • Mojo & the Bayou Gypsies
  • Corey & the Zydeco Hot Peppers
  • Horrance Trahan
  • Nathan Williams Sr. & Nathan Williams Jr.
  • Major Handy & his Soul Review Band
  • Lil Buck
  • Gillie Wiltz
  • Wayne Singleton & the Same Old 2 Step

Pillows of Hope is a non-profit organization made of a group of women that work in local communities to raise money for families facing crises such as utilities, food, medication(s), clothing and other needs. All proceeds and canned goods collected from the Thanksgiving Drive will be turned into Thanksgiving care baskets for families who are most in need this holiday season.

For more information on the event contact Mary Chevalier at (337) 280-3735 or Clem Joseph at (337) 962- 5808. Those interested can also email mary.chevalier@cox.net

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