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It's time for the Oyster Roast!

The 4th Annual Oyster Roast and Pirate’s Treasure Chest Raffle will be presented by Waterworks Visual Arts Center and Bill and Shari Graham on Saturday, Jan. 24, from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the Waterworks Visual Arts Center and the F&M Trolley Barn.
Attendees are asked to enter through the WVAC. Dress is casual. The event is for adults only.
Food will be served 6:45-9:30 p.m. Tickets are $65 per person in advance and $75 per person at the door, if available.
The evening will include music, dancing, raffle prizes, and all the oysters, shrimp, and Brunswick stew you can eat.
Event sponsors include KMD Construction, Alan F. Burke, CPA, PA, Cloninger Ford-Toyota-Scion, Lynn and Fred Dula, Blake and Lynn Evans, Tracy and John McMillin, Luanne and Chip Short, Tina and Reid Acree, Bethany and Don Fortner, Lynn and Paul Weisler and Tim and Nancy Wyrick.
To purchase tickets, call Waterworks Visual Arts Center at 704-636-1882.
For directions, visit www. waterworks.org.

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