Seafood Festival Manahawkin

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SEAFOOD FESTIVAL IN THE PINES...Manahawkin


SEAFOOD FESTIVAL IN THE PINES

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Saturday, June 17, 2017 join Stafford Chamber of Commerce Member The Maximilian Foundation for their Seafood Festival in the Pines. Enjoy Crabs, clams, fish fry, fish tacos, scallops, hot dogs and more! Live Entertainment starts at 1:00pm. 100% of the donations raised will benefit the Maximilian Foundation and will be utilized to fund local prevention programs including the Southern Regional School District (SRSD) STYLE (Student Team Building Youth Leadership & Experience) program for the 2017/18 school year. For Tickets and more information visit the foundation website.

Event will be held at the Manahawkin Elks Lodge



Info courtesy of the Stafford Township Chamber of Commerce

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Alyson Cinquemani

I was born and raised in Staten Island, New York, I enjoyed raising my kids in the town I grew up in and visiting the Jersey Shore in the summer. As soon as my youngest graduated high school and we....

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