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Toni Cochran-Hughes, president of the board of directors of Polk County Cares (PCC), recently spoke to the Livingston Lions Club. The organization hosts an annual crawfish and shrimp boil fundraiser. This year they cooked 1,500 pounds of crawfish, 475 pounds of shrimp and served 560 people, raising a total of $129,664. Funds raised from this year’s event were split three ways between F.A.I.T.H. Military Support Group, Center of Hope Cancer Ministry and PCC board-approved non-profit organizations. Next year’s event is slated for Feb. 10. PCC will hold its annual fish fry on July 1 at 125 Indian Hills Blvd. in Livingston. Follow their Facebook page for more information. (l-r) Lion Joseph Pedigo, Hughes and Lion President Kim Jernigan. Courtesy photo

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