Oyster roast and chili cook-off to benefit Florence Crittenton

  • Sunday, January 19, 2014

Florence Crittenton Programs will host their annual Oyster Roast and Chili Cook-off. The family-friendly event will be held Sunday, Feb. 23 from 2 to 5 p.m at Goldbug Island. Tickets include all can eat oysters provided by Sticky Fingers, a chili cook-off and an open bar with wine and beer. There will also be hot dogs, face-painting, and a jump castle for the kids.

100 percent of the proceeds from the event will benefit Florence Crittenton Programs of South Carolina, which provides education, counseling, medical care, social support, and a safe haven for young pregnant women and young mothers in need. Tickets to the event are $30 until Feb. 1 and $35 after that. Tickets for youth ages 7-20 are $15 ($20 after Feb. 1st), and children under six are admitted free. Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.FlorenceCrittentonSC.org or by e-mailing Events@florencecrittentonsc.org.

For more information about the Oyster Roast and Chili Cook-off, please visit www.FlorenceCrittentonSC.org.


About Florence Crittenton Programs of SC

Located in downtown Charleston, SC, Florence Crittenton Programs of South Carolina has been serving the entire state of South Carolina since 1897. Florence Crittenton’s mission is to provide young pregnant and parenting women comprehensive services to them become self-sufficient and responsible mothers. Florence Crittenton values the right of every child and pregnant young woman to obtain the education, skills, and support needed to have a healthy start in life – for both herself and her child.

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