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.
“We'll also have other non-seafood treats, such as hot dogs, chicken and pork chops,” Kathy Smyth, Relay for Life member, said. “And, 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 “under 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 “One 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.
“All of the proceeds go directly to Crenshaw County Relay for Life, and not to any particular team,” Smyth said. “This 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.