Hilton Head Island's Taylor Rozek, 11, watches from beneath his costume as visitors chow down on boiled crawfish left over from the eating contest Saturday afternoon during the Island Recreation Association's Cajun Festival at Shelter Cove Community Park. The event featured Cajun cooking from several local restaurants with live music and a kids zone. Proceeds from the festival benefited the Island Recreation Association's Scholarship Fund.
Hilton Head Island's Taylor Rozek, 11, watches from beneath his costume as visitors chow down on boiled crawfish left over from the eating contest Saturday afternoon during the Island Recreation Association's Cajun Festival at Shelter Cove Community Park. The event featured Cajun cooking from several local restaurants with live music and a kids zone. Proceeds from the festival benefited the Island Recreation Association's Scholarship Fund. Sarah Welliver/ The Island Packet
Hilton Head Island's Taylor Rozek, 11, watches from beneath his costume as visitors chow down on boiled crawfish left over from the eating contest Saturday afternoon during the Island Recreation Association's Cajun Festival at Shelter Cove Community Park. The event featured Cajun cooking from several local restaurants with live music and a kids zone. Proceeds from the festival benefited the Island Recreation Association's Scholarship Fund. Sarah Welliver/ The Island Packet

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