Angela Folds Special to Nashville Tennessean / USA TODAY NETWORK — TENNESSEE Published 3:35 p.m. UTC May 25, 2018 700 pounds of crawfish recently hopped a flight from Louisiana to Tennessee then made its way to Leiper’s Fork for the annual Leiper’s Fork Crawfish Boil (LFCB). The event took place May 19 at the picturesque barn and property of Jim and Roxanne Sanders. More: Ms. Cheap’s Guide to Summer 2018: 94 free things to do around Nashville Jim Sanders, a Nashville native, first experienced the crawfish boil tradition while residing in Baton Rouge, La., in the early 1990s. “I started having crawfish boils for family and friends back in 1991 and I’ve kept the tradition alive. We’ve hosted them here (in Leiper’s Fork) for the past 12 or 13 years,” Sanders said. More: Franklin Classical School grad started chicken egg business to raise money for college Last year LFCB was opened to the public, acquired a sponsor (Efficiency Home Improvements Windows and Doors) and established itself as a fundraiser benefiting local charitable causes. This year’s proceeds from the sale of tickets, T-shirts and silent auction items will be donated to Nashville’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s and Snooty Giggles Dog Rescue.