The fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation purchased a new EKG machine for the hospital using proceeds from the Annual BBQ benefit and a grant from SCE&G.
“Join us for an evening of eating the best BBQ, toe-tapping music and great auction deals,” says Randy Kelley, event chair.“ If you missed last year's event, you have another chance this year to eat barbeque from our pit master George King of “Can't Quit Smokin’.” While you are savoring some sumptuous barbecue and fixings you can quench your thirst with your favorite beverage as you move to the bluegrass music of Susan D. Taylor and the Twang Bombers.
If it is your lucky night you may go home with a door prize, as well deals from the auction.“ All are included in the ticket price.
The event takes place in the newly expanded barn located on 128 acres at The Farm at Ridgeway, just north of Blythewood, 3248 US Hwy 21 South, Ridgeway, S.C., Oct. 10 from 6-9 p.m.
Be sure to bring your checkbook to take advantage of auction items: autographed sports memorabilia from Clemson and USC, BMW Performance Driving School, B & B stays, an Edisto beach condo weekend, Jim Harrison framed prints and a 40-inch TV. You can even take home an adorable miniature jack (donkey) – if your bid wins.
Tickets: $30 per person or $50 per couple (kids 10 and under - $10,under 6 free). Tickets may be purchased at First Citizen bank branches in Winnsboro, Ridgeway, Blythewood; Summer Day Gifts; lobby of Fairfield Memorial Hospital in Winnsboro; and Blythewood Visitor's Center (Tues-Sat).