Taste of Jackson and West Tennessee Pleases Palates

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JACKSON, Tenn.- Thursday night, hundreds of West Tennesseans are full and happy after attending this year’s Taste of Jackson and West Tennessee. 45 different vendors filled The Conservatory at Dutch Gardens Center in Three Way in north Madison County. At least half of them were food vendors who served samples of their menus. Proceeds from the 3-hour food fest benefits the March of Dimes and its mission to improve the health of babies. “We like supporting it, it’s a great organization,” said Ray Washington with the Taste of Jackson and West Tennessee. “We have babies born to the NICU every day and the research that the March of Dimes does helps support making them better, faster.” If you would like to learn more the efforts of the March of Dimes here in West Tennessee, check out the ‘Seen on 7″ section of www.wbbjtv.com.

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