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Text and photos by Collin Breaux

The Shea Center BBQ isn’t happening as usual in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean clients, staff and volunteers are going unrecognized.

The annual fundraiser is a week-long celebration this year incorporating digital events. It began on Saturday, Sept. 12, with a drive-thru recognition for clients and volunteers.

Here are some photos from the recognition. Visit sheacenter.org/bbq for more information and to become a sponsor.

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