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Grilling for a good cause

Covington Lions Club hosts annual barbecue chicken lunch

Jack Treadwell, left, and Max Mayfield, right, flip the chicken breasts and wings in order to grill the other side. While the two aren’t Lions Club members, they volunteered to help cook for the annual barbecue chicken lunch in Covington. (Staff photo: Jessicah Peters)

Jack Treadwell, left, and Max Mayfield, right, flip the chicken breasts and wings in order to grill the other side. While the two aren’t Lions Club members, they volunteered to help cook for the annual barbecue chicken lunch in Covington. (Staff photo: Jessicah Peters)

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Covington Lions Club member Joe Courchaine lathers grilled chicken with a special barbecue sauce. The club prepared more than 3,000 chicken breasts and wings for its annual barbecue lunch, which helps raise money for children and adults who are sight and hearing impaired with eye exams, eyeglasses and hearing aids. (Staff photo: Jessicah Peters)

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Jack Treadwell, left, and Max Mayfield, right, flip the chicken breasts and wings in order to grill the other side. While the two aren’t Lions Club members, they volunteered to help cook for the annual barbecue chicken lunch in Covington. (Staff photo: Jessicah Peters)

Covington Lions Club member Joe Courchaine lathers grilled chicken with a special barbecue sauce. The club prepared more than 3,000 chicken breasts and wings for its annual barbecue lunch, which helps raise money for children and adults who are sight and hearing impaired with eye exams, eyeglasses and hearing aids. (Staff photo: Jessicah Peters)

Jack Treadwell, left, and Max Mayfield, right, flip the chicken breasts and wings in order to grill the other side. While the two aren’t Lions Club members, they volunteered to help cook for the annual barbecue chicken lunch in Covington. (Staff photo: Jessicah Peters)

By Jessicah Peters