Motorcycle club’s vet fundraiser featured crawfish
Big red mud bugs – or crawfish, or crayfish – were on the menu Saturday and were steaming in large cookers across the backyard of the Brotherhood Forever Motorcyle Club’s Clubhouse, to raise money for wounded veterans.
This was the Third Annual Mud Bugs for Wounded Heroes Crawfish Boil, with proceeds earmarked for the Mexia Peer Support Center, an organization that helps veterans in Limestone County with a variety of needs.
The group offered burger plates for the faint of heart, but assured those who bought the hamburgers – which were quite good – that they “didn’t know what they were missing.”
Another significant element of the event was live music, supplied by several groups consecutively on the back patio slab of the clubhouse, which is on LCR 2838, near the Mexia State Supported Living Center.
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