It didn't take a trip to Louisiana to get a taste of Creole cooking today. Folks were stirring the pots in a Panama City park, and raising funds for a good cause.
It was the second annual Creole Festival, to benefit the Salvation Army. There were music and games, but the highlight of course was the food crawfish and gumbo, but the message behind the menu was awareness of domestic violence, and to let victims know where they can turn for help.
All proceeds from the Creole Festival will benefit the Salvation Army's Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Program.