Crawfest 2021 brings crawfish, shrimp fans downtown in fundraiser for Scarlet Rope project

JACKSON, Tenn. — If you were near downtown Jackson Saturday and caught a whiff of what you thought was crawfish and shrimp cooking, well, you were right.

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The 4th Annual Crawfest was held at Hub City Brewing on West Main Street to raise money for the Scarlet Rope Project,
a faith-based non-profit providing a safe place of healing and restoration to female survivors of sex trafficking.

“It’s for a good cause and I enjoy doing it, I like meeting new people,” said participant Keenan Luckey. “Last year I missed it because of the Coronavirus and I’m back this year and I look forward to a good crowd tonight,” he said.

There was plenty of fun and of course food, including a crawfish boiling competition and live music from Jackson’s very own, Lolo.

Crawfest 2021 was presented by Town and Country Realtors.

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