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What a day for an oyster roast!

By Wendy Nilsen Pollitzer

The St. Peter’s Oyster Roast and Microbrew Festival was held Saturday, March 2 at the Live Oaks Park in Port Royal. The cold weather didn’t deter a large crowd from attending, and many gathered by the large bonfire in the center of all the activity. Patrons enjoyed music by The Steppin’ Stones, a buffet of oysters and a tasting of more than 50 microbrews, beer and wine courtesy of Bill’s Liquors and Fine Wines. Both a live and a silent auction featured vacation packages, chartered fishing trips, hunting rifles, original artwork, wine tasting parties, catered dinners, rounds of golf and more. Children enjoyed a fun court with face painting, inflatable rides, games and other activities. The family friendly event raised money to benefit St. Peter’s Catholic School on Lady’s Island.

Betty and John Huntley

Emily Trumps and Syd Lubkin
Emily Trumps and Syd Lubkin
Chris Jones, Sen. Larry Grooms and Billy Shuman
Chris Jones, Sen. Larry Grooms and Billy Shuman

 

 

 

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