A fundraiser to help stop child trafficking in Cambodia brought in $10,000 in Fondren today. According to area coordinator Drew Mellon, the Traffick Jam walk-a-thon had nearly 60 participants who walked and ran 10 miles each to support Hard Places Community. The organization is working to build a boys’ aftercare facility for abused children.

Tonight at Sneaky Beans, Jonezetta plays a reunion show at 7pm for $7 to also benefit Hard Places Community. Johnny Bertram and the Golden Bicycles and Room 25 open the evening. Mellon added, “we want folks to come out, eat something from one of our great area restaurants, and then come over for the show.”

Photos from the event are on our Facebook page.

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