Seven couples will be competing tonight at R. A. Long High School, as the annual “Mr. and Mrs. Lumberjack Pageant” is held. The pageant is held each year at R. A. Long, usually working to raise money for a specific charity, but this year, the contestants have decided to devote this year’s proceeds to the family of Korbin Clark of Longview. The four year-old is suffering from a rare form of brain cancer, and recently had surgery to remove a large tumor from inside his skull. The students of R. A. Long High School are now committed to raising money to help Korbin’s family pay for medical and traveling expenses connected to his treatment and recovery. The Mr. and Mrs. Lumberjack Pageant is set to start at 7 pm in the Dana Brown Auditorium at R. A. Long High School. Admission is $4 per person, with all proceeds going to the Clark family. Voluntary donations are also being accepted at the door, in the ASB office and at businesses around town.