Calling all shaggers and beach music lovers! Summer on Augusta’s tribute to our State Dance happens June 16. It’s also Meals on Wheels of Greenville‘s 50th Anniversary Celebration. Dance the night away with beach music by the The Shag Doctorz. Shag lessons will be from 5:30- 6:00 pm and band will play until 8:30 pm. At 7:00 the third annual Shaggin’ on Augusta Dance Contest, sponsored by Kenneth Rhodes&Associates Insurance Agency, will take place and four couples will be working with members of the Carolina Shag Club. Every contestant wins a prize and the first place winners instructors will receive a donation made in their names to Camp Courage. The crowd will choose the winners through virtual voting on smartphones. The contest will only take 30 minutes so everyone will enjoy the band the rest of the night! Food by Henry’s Smokehouse
and beer and wine sponsored by Empire Spirits. Remember to bring your lawn chairs to enjoy the music!
Special Thank you to the Shaggin’ on Augusta host businesses:
Carolina Shag-Club, Meals on Wheels of Greenville, Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey Law Firm, C. Dan Joyner Realtors, C. Dan Joyner Realtors – Augusta Road Office, Duncan’s Hardware, Frigid CryoTherapy, Palmetto Olive Oil Co., @Renita M. Owens, CPA, PFS Wealth Management and Scarlet Macaw on Augusta.
For more information about this week’s events, go to onlyonaugusta.com
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