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The 4th Annual Peninsula Pig Party
The 4th Annual Peninsula Pig Party
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/14/2013
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille

All you can eat pig roast with all of the fixings 4pm – 10pm

Live Music from 6p-10p Brandon Wilson Band

Games, raffles, prizes & cash bar.

Tickets $15 for Adult/ $10 Active-Duty-Military/ $7 Kids 12 & Under / Kids under 5 eat free.

Proceeds benefit the Mike Johnson Scholarship Foundation
Mike was killed in action in the Kunar province of Afghanistan on September 8, 2009. Although Mike was only twenty-five years old, we are amazed at the number of people he touched in such a positive way.  Through this Foundation, and your generosity, he will continue to touch people’s lives for years to come.

Where
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille
Clarion Hotel
351 York Street
Williamsburg VA 23185
757-229-4100

Special room rates of only $25 at the Clarion Hotel for this event!

More Info Here

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