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HMH Foundation hosting Boots, Band and BBQ Saturday

The Howard Memorial Hospital Foundation invites everyone to attend their Boots, Band and BBQ Fundraiser Saturday, October 26 to be held at the Nashville Country Club in Nashville.

The event kicks off Saturday at 12 p.m. with live music by local music legends The Bear Creek Boys. 

A cornhole tournament will begin at 12 p.m. as well. There is a $40 per team entry fee for the tournament with the winning team taking home half the money collected in entry fees.

The menu for the afternoon features some of the best brisket and pulled pork in Southwest Arkansas. the meal includes baked beans, potato salad, a roll and dessert. Plates are $15 per child and $25 per adult.

Fundraising proceeds will benefit the new HMH Foundation Medical Office Building.

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