Lowcountry boil to benefit Lowcountry Legal Volunteers 

From staff reports

A Lowcountry boil featuring live music at the Community Beer Garden at The Sands in Port Royal will support a local nonprofit that provides free legal representation to those in need.

Lowcountry Legal Volunteers (LLV) will host the Lowcountry boil from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24. Tickets are $50 and include all-you-can eat Lowcountry boil catered by Sea Eagle Market and live music provided by The Cluster Shucks, a Beaufort-based bluegrass-rock band comprised of Jason Ward, Ben Coppage and Worth Liipfert.

“Supporting and attending events like the Lowcountry Boil helps us achieve our mission of ensuring no resident of Beaufort, Jasper or Hampton County is denied the right to equal justice because of their income,” LLV Executive Director and attorney Anne Caywood said in a release.

In 2021, Lowcountry Legal Volunteers provided the value of more than $2 million dollars in legal services to the community, held 16 free legal clinics and closed out 144 cases in civil and family courts.

Lowcountry Legal Volunteers assists with family law matters like child custody, visitation, divorce, birth certificate changes and people leaving abusive situations to protect themselves and their family. LCLV also represents people with simple consumer matters, who are facing eviction actions, or who need a simple will and health care power of attorney.

To learn more about LLV or to buy a ticket, visit lowcountrylegalvolunteers.org.

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