RICHMOND HILL, GA – January 17, 2017 – Area Super Bowl parties just might boast more delectable culinary offerings than usual this year, thanks to St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church in Richmond Hill. The parish is currently holding its annual Boston butt fundraiser, and orders will be smoked to perfection and ready for pickup on Saturday, Feb. 4 – just in time for the big game.
The choice cuts of pork cost $25 each and can be reserved and pre-paid for by calling Sarah Menard at 912-856-1815. According to St. Elizabeth’s pastor, Father C. Clark Hubbard, they’ll sell and prepare about 200 Boston butts, and they’re expected to go quickly.
Parishioners will begin smoking the meat on Friday, Feb. 3 and will rally through the night to ensure orders are wrapped and ready to go on Saturday. Smoking and pickup will be at the church, located at 16491 GA-144 in Richmond Hill. Hubbard said congregants who help with the fundraiser donate their time and energy to guarantee its success.
“The Boston butt sale is a big fundraiser for St. Elizabeth’s, and it always seems to be well-received by the community. We try to make it easy and convenient for area residents to pick up their orders ahead of Super Bowl festivities, and we’re grateful for the parishioners who volunteer to a lot of hours to make it happen,” Hubbard said.
For more information or to place a Boston butt order, please call 912-856-1815, visit http://www.stelizabethsrichmondhill.com or follow St. Elizabeth’s on Facebook.
St. Elizabeth’s is a Bible-believing church, where Jesus is Lord and Savior and all are welcomed and loved. Hubbard and his team have worked to build a church community for the community, where area residents can live within the Spirit, today and tomorrow, to build the Kingdom of God. In addition to providing Christian education programs for children, youth, and adults, St. Elizabeth’s also operates an acclaimed pre-school and an on-site thrift store, dubbed St. Elizabeth’s Attic. St. Elizabeth’s strives to educate children to know Jesus and to develop their potential, intellectually, individually, and corporately in order to prepare them to use their God-given talents for personal satisfaction and for contribution to their community.
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