Oyster roast due Saturday at Chesapeake Academy
For those who like to eat delicious roasted oysters, or raw, there is a way to get your fill and help support one of Irvington’s greater assets. Tickets are on sale for Chesapeake Academy’s 7th Annual Oyster Roast this Saturday, October 18, beginning at 5 p.m. in Irvington.
Chesapeake Academy Director of Development Jeff Curtis said, “There is no other event like Chesapeake Academy’s Oyster Roast. The fall atmosphere with friends and family gathering together to enjoy the evening along with all-you-can-eat oysters, sweet potato French fries, New England clam chowder, hot dogs with all the fixings, desserts and adult beverages are all included.”
Oyster Roast co-chair Dave Tambellini adds, “All you need to bring with you is your oyster knife. We’ll do the rest of the work while you enjoy the evening. But get your tickets now as last year’s event was sold out.”
Our early sponsors include: Tri-Star Supermarket Inc., an anonymous donor, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tambellini, Chesapeake Bank, Specials LTD, Bragg and Co., Coldwell Banker/Chesapeake Bay Properties-David Stinson Associate Broker, Coldwell Banker/Chesapeake Bay Properties-Beth Altaffer Realtor, River Birch Nursery, Florist and Gifts, One-Whay Sanitation, Rittenhouse Salon, Crowther Heating & Air Conditioning, Faber Orthodontics, Main Street Pharmacy, Capt. Billy’s Charters, GeoProducts-The Earth Store, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mihills, Kilmarnock Antique Gallery, Meridian Yacht Charters, The Hope and Glory Inn, Hudson-Blunt Insurance Agency, Robert W. Westbrook DDS, Rappahannock Rentals Inc., R&W Marine Construction, The Sports Center, Ransone’s Nursery and Maintenance Inc., Northern Neck Seamless Gutter, Lamberth Building Materials of White Stone Inc., Irvington Fence Company, Bay-Auto Service Inc., Mr. and Mrs. Eric F. Nost, Dozier’s Auto Parts, and Sandpiper Restaurant.
Call Catherine Emry at 438-6490 for tickets.