FOX 34 Your Health: 25th Annual Ragin' Cajun

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Updated: 4/11/2014 10:15 am
Ragin' Cajun is set for Saturday evening with all you-can-eat Cajun food and auctions benefiting Special Olympics Texas.

April Benavidez from the organization went over all the details during an interview on Good Day Lubbock. Click on the related video to hear the full interview.

Here is the event information:

With your purchase of a Ragin' Cajun ticket, you can get into the Tech baseball game for $1. The game starts at 3 pm and a Special Olympics athlete will be throwing out the first pitch.
 
Then you can head across the street to have your fill of shrimp, crawfish and all the fixin's. Gator's Bayou will be selling authentic Kings Cake for dessert. A Cajun Kids Corner will be set up with face painting, a balloon artist, coloring contests and various arts and crafts. A kid's menu of chicken strips and french fries will be served.

Here is the entertainment lineup: 

4-5:30 Jenni Dale Lord 
5:30-6:00 Special Olympic Athletes
6:00-7:00  Live Auction
7:00-8:30 Lost Dogs
8:30-10:00 Texas Gray

It all starts at 4 p.m. at the City Bank Coliseum. Tickets are $40 at the door.

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