Low Country Boil and Jam Session set for April 26 at Tom Harbin Ag Center

Published 12:00 am Saturday, April 14, 2007

The Crenshaw County Relay for Life has set Thursday, April 26, as a night filled with good food and good music, and it's all for a good cause.

A Low Country Boil will begin at 6 p.m. at the Tom Harbin Ag Center Pavilion, featuring a tasty menu of shrimp, sausages, potatoes and onions and corn, just for starters.

&#8220We'll also have other non-seafood treats, such as hot dogs, chicken and pork chops,” Kathy Smyth, Relay for Life member, said. &#8220And, of course, we'll have dessert for everyone, and it's an ‘all you can eat' night.”

Pepsi products will also be served.

In addition to great food, live entertainment will be performing &#8220under the stars” at the pavilion. The evening's festivities will begin around 6 p.m. and last until. Those who will be performing include Bobby Tomberlin, who won a Grammy Award for writing the song &#8220One More Day,” Scott Fowler and Soldiers for the Cross, J.B. Roberts, and Kyle Richburg and the Kandu Band. Smyth said the artists had been confirmed but were not guaranteed.

&#8220All of the proceeds go directly to Crenshaw County Relay for Life, and not to any particular team,” Smyth said. &#8220This is a county-wide fundraiser. It's a family night of fun for a good cause.”

Tickets for the Low Country Boil are $15 each and are tax-deductible.

For more information about the Low Country Boil and about obtaining tickets for the April 26 event, please contact Kathy Smyth at 406-6464.