Come boil with us on the bluffPublished 12:02am Friday, April 27, 2012
Four years ago, the Natchez Young Professionals began as an effort by the Natchez-Adams County Chamber of Commerce to help facilitate networking and camaraderie among the growing number of young professionals who called Natchez home.
Through the efforts of many individuals, this organization has grown to be more than 100 members who meet monthly and increasingly are becoming more involved in the community in which they reside.
The group hopes to serve as an organization that brings together a wide range of young businessmen and women that together range from educators to those in the corporate world.
The Natchez Children’s Home is the oldest child-caring agency in the state of Mississippi and has been involved in the community since it began operations in 1816 under a former name.
The organization was originally founded in order to fund a charity school for the underprivileged children in the area, and it continues to serve children who have been neglected, displaced or who are at risk.
Currently, the Natchez Children’s Home is the only Children’s Advocacy Center in the Miss-Lou.
This year, the Young Professionals of the Natchez Chamber of Commerce and the Natchez Children’s Home have joined their efforts and will host the fourth annual Boiling on the Bluff crawfish boil from 5 to 8 p.m. today on the bluff in front of Bowie’s Tavern.
We would like to invite all of Natchez out for food, music, and fellowship.
A ticket for $5 includes a flat of crawfish with all the trimmings. Beer will be available on site.
You can buy tickets at the door or in advance.
Tickets are available at the Chamber of Commerce office on Main Street and at the Natchez Children’s Home as well as at the gate the day of the event.
This event is a community event, and so we encourage everyone to come out and enjoy a good time and great crawfish!
Scott McLemore is the chairman of the Natchez Young Professionals.