Frontline workers shown appreciation at drive-thru lunch

Posted at 6:04 PM, Oct 29, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-29 19:04:28-04

Frontline workers enjoyed a free lunch and a little live music thanks to the Limb Salvage Club in Lafayette.

The event was held to honor those in hospice/home health/nursing homes. The non-profit contacted all facilities in Acadiana for the opportunity to receive a free lunch.

Event organizers say it's necessary to continue praising frontline workers for their sacrifices and hard work during this pandemic.

"We're just celebrating the community and all of those that give so much of themselves sacrificially in our community just want to give them a little love," explained Linda Peters, Community Outreach Coordinator for CLI & Limb Salvage Club.

Live music was performed by Keith Frank.

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