Celebrating another successful southern tradition

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Photo above: Rotarians brave the rain to start steaming fresh oysters Saturday night at Live Oak Park in Port Royal. Photo by Bob Sofaly.

By Bob Sofaly

It’s a good thing oysters, and those that love them, aren’t bothered by a little rain. Because rain it did on Saturday night which gave a soggy start for the annual Rotary Club of The Lowcountry Oyster Roast at Live Oak Park in Port Royal.

Heavy rain prior the start had event organizers worried about participation as one Rotarian said, “another line of rain is coming based on a recent weather check.” based on a weather check he did. But, the party gods were nice and after the initial downpour, the weather cooperated and good time was had by all.

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