Fidelity Bank’s Northshore Crawfish Boil To Benefit American Red Cross, Emergency Responders
HAMMOND, LA – Fidelity Bank of Louisiana is stepping up to help thousands of victims from Louisiana’s recent historic floods by hosting a crawfish boil on Thursday, April 7, 2016, at Fidelity Bank’s Hammond location at 500 CM Fagan Dr., from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
All proceeds to be dedicated to the American Red Cross of Southeast Louisiana.
Residents of Southeast Louisiana are urged to participate in the event where they can enjoy boiled crawfish for $10 a tray and live music by the Justin McCain project.
The crawfish boil is free to all emergency responders in Tangipahoa Parish to thank them for their bravery during the historic flooding that ravaged the Northshore in recent weeks.
Fidelity Bank, which has two branches in Tangipahoa Parish and another 16 throughout Southeast Louisiana, is asking the community to support the American Red Cross by attending the event and purchasing crawfish which can be enjoyed on-site or for takeout.
Tickets are available at Fidelity Bank’s Hammond location or at the event.
Founded in 1908, Fidelity Bank is a mutual financial institution chartered by the state of Louisiana with 18 branches throughout Southeast Louisiana providing a full array of banking services.