Blues and barbecue a success … despite the weather

The barbecue committee, from left: Charlotte Clark, FCC executive director Georgia Vahue, Joe Hervey, FCC facilities coordinator Frances Hereford, and Deb Adams. Chere Simmons photo

The barbecue committee, from left: Charlotte Clark, FCC executive director Georgia Vahue, Joe Hervey, FCC facilities coordinator Frances Hereford, and Deb Adams. Chere Simmons photos

The Firehouse Cultural Center hosted its inaugural Blues and Barbecue fundraiser last Saturday despite the heavy rain that preceded the event. The late afternoon schedule gave the clouds a chance to roll back and welcome the crowd of supporters who came for barbecue and music. For more information about the FCC and its schedule of events, visit www.FirehouseCulturalCenter.org.

“Victoria Hawkes,” featuring Victoria Ginty and Mike Ivey, were the live entertainment during the Firehouse Cultural Center’s Blues and Barbecue fundraising event last Saturday in Ruskin. The  evening concluded with blues artist George Worthmore performing in the Firehouse Pub.

“Victoria Hawkes,” featuring Victoria Ginty and Mike Ivey, were the live entertainment during the Firehouse Cultural Center’s Blues and Barbecue fundraising event last Saturday in Ruskin. The evening concluded with blues artist George Worthmore performing in the Firehouse Pub.

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