The Janice Mason Art Museum in Cadiz just hosted its annual community feast along Main Street in front of City Hall, a fundraiser that featured delicious dishes from the city's local restaurants, and live music from members of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Band.
Paul Fourshee is the current president of the museum. “This is our second year for this event,” Fourshee said. “And, I'm proud to say we are within three tickets of selling out.”
Fourshee says a committee worked hard to put this year's feast together.
“I would say, all together there were about 25 people working on this event, including a team from the museum,” Fourshee said. “They arranged, with each of the restaurants here in town, a coordinated menu. Each restaurant generously donated 100 servings of a single dish, and it will all be served buffet style.
“The menu came together with potato soup, grilled pork chops, an assortment of vegetables, and much more, this is going to be a great event.”
Fourshee also announced that since this is the museum's 20th anniversary, he and his team are planning a big to-do in June to celebrate the occasion.