CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 – See you on June 5th, 2021!
To our loyal public, the Spartanburg Southside Lions Club would like to thank you for your support of our annual Rhythm & Ribs Festival these past four years. With a heavy heart I must inform you the festival has been cancelled for 2020. We will do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19 and adhere to Governor McMaster’s ordinance that prohibits 50 or more people from gathering. Your safety, the safety of our volunteers, and committee members comes first, but the needs of our community continue and have become more urgent than ever.
Can you help Sparkle City Rhythm and Ribs continue the work that we’ve done with you in the past? We kindly ask you to make a donation of any amount to help fund community needs including Backpack Buddies, Upstate Stand Down Veterans, Adult Learning Center, South Carolina School for the Blind and Miracle Hill Ministries.
– Visit http://rhythmandribs.org/donate/ then scroll down to find the DONATE button. –
If you love people and have a desire to help others, we invite you to become a member of the Spartanburg Southside Lions Club. Please go to our webpage for more information. www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/spartanburgss
As you navigate the days ahead, know that we stand with you. Our prayers are with you and your loved ones. Again, we thank you for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you on June 5, 2021 for our 5th Annual Sparkle City Rhythm & Ribs Festival where “The Original Drifters” will be our band headliner.
Love and Happiness,
Earlene Corrothers, President
Spartanburg Southside Lions Club
This event is hosted by Spartanburg Southside Lions Club. Our motto is WE SERVE! Thanks to our members and the proceeds raised by these events we are able to reinvest in and serve the Spartanburg community year-round.
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