by Beth Burnsed, Jekyll Island Authority
On February 27, Adoptive and Foster Parents of Georgia is hosting a Low Country Boil Benefit Dinner at the Jekyll Island Convention Center featuring celebrity guest “Uncle Bubba” Heirs. Uncle Bubba is a restaurant owner and brother of Paula Deen. The public is invited to enjoy Uncle Bubba’s charismatic personality as he prepares his favorite Low Country Boil, giving tips and information as he cooks. Bubba also plans to share family stories about him and Paula as children. The event will include a question and answer session with the celebrity chef. Uncle Bubba will remain after the event for pictures, autographs and cookbook signing. Proceeds from the dinner benefit Adoptive and Foster Parents Association of Georgia.
“We appreciate Uncle Bubba’s participation in the event,” said Vala Peyton, Secretary of the Adoptive and Foster Parents Association of Georgia. “We hope that the public will attend this event and support our foster children and families.”
Ticket are $35 per person and must be purchased by February 19. Tickets include Low Country Boil Dinner, entertainment, and gratuity. For more information and to purchase tickets, contact Vala Peyton at 404-428-2104 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets can also be purchased at the Jekyll Island Visitor Information Center.
About Adoptive and Foster Parents Association of Georgia
Adoptive and Foster Parents Association of Georgia (AFPAG), established in 1973, is a fully accredited nonprofit organization with a 501(c)3. The main goal of the Adoptive and Foster Parent Association of Georgia (AFPAG) is to unify all foster parents, agency representatives and community partners to benefit children who have been abused, neglected or abandoned and must come into the foster care system for safe and loving environments. AFPAG also concentrates on support and training of foster and adoptive parents across GA.