MAY 20th 2017


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Crawfish Festival

The Crawfish Kings are proudly presenting the 4th Annual Obion County Crawfish Festival & Kids Day in the Park May 20, 2017

This venture has been an ongoing idea of ours for years. We have partnered with the Obion County Fairgrounds for use of their facilities, and they will be heavily involved in various aspects of the daily activities. Obion County has been in desperate need of events like this for the citizens to enjoy, and we are making this a reality.







Events

The day's events are numerous and will start early on May 20, 2017. Please visit the individual links on the left for more information on the following events: a 5K run and 5K Obstacle Run, Mud Volleyball Tournament. There will also be live bands performing throughout the day. We have also partnered with Pope Concessions, LLC in Greenfield, Tennessee to bring other food options, as well as kid's carnival rides. We will have face painting for the kids this year! The event list is still multiplying and will ensure everyone has something fun and exciting to do throughout the day.


Information

May 20, 2017

Gate Admission $5 11a.m.-10p.m.Free Parking All Day
Kids 10 and under FREE! Kid Friendly Food Available
Live Music Noon-8P.M.

LOUISIANA CRAWFISH The Way You Like 'EM
Sold by the pound and served 11a.m. - 7p.m.(or until they're all gone!)


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Dalton Owens

Dalton OwensDalton Owens, son of Amy Owens & Ronnie Owens of Troy, TN, was diagnosed with ALL or Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia on May 20, 2016. He was finishing up his freshman year of high school. He also had a compression fracture in his neck of the 5th cervical vertebrae, plus an abscess in his throat that came back again the following June. He is currently undergoing treatment at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, TN. To date he has had: 16 units of blood, 3 units of platelets, 12 different chemos, 9 hospital stays, 5 surgical procedures, 12 bone marrow aspirations, and 13 spinal taps. His total treatment plan is 2.5 - 3 years. He is in the last 120 week phase of treatment. Right now he is in remission and doing great. Dalton Owens