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Caney Folk Music and Arts Festival donates $3K
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Photo provided The DeKalb Prevention Coalition was recently presented $3,000 from the Caney Folk Music and Arts Festival. Pictured is Carl Massaro (Festival Co-Founder), Ashley Anderson (B Presents Marketing Director), Lisa Cripps (DeKalb Prevention Coalition-Coordinator), Norene Puckett (DeKalb Prevention Coalition- Community Outreach Liaison) and Stephen Mccord (Festival Co-Founder).
The Caney Folk Music and Arts Festival team has presented the DeKalb Prevention Coalition a check for $3,000 to help support their work here. The Caney Folk Music and Arts Festival was inspired by a shared love for music and the arts, the unspoiled beauty of Center Hill Lake, and the sheer majesty of the gorgeous Caney Fork River. Perched along the Smithville highway, Cherry Hill farm played host to this all day family-friendly event, celebrating excellence in American music and craft artisans.