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Richmond Hill, Georgia – Mark your calendars for a remarkable evening as The Dolphin Project commemorates its 34th anniversary at Debellation Brewery on September 30th, 2023, from 6:30 pm to 10 pm. The festivities will take place at 822 Longwood Drive in Richmond Hill, Georgia.

This event promises to be an unforgettable evening of celebration and support for a cause that resonates deeply with our community. The Dolphin Project has dedicated over three decades to the conservation and protection of these majestic marine creatures, and their relentless efforts deserve our appreciation and encouragement.

The anniversary celebration will feature an array of activities to engage and delight attendees. There will be live music and a bounty of food trucks. Guests will have the opportunity to participate in a silent auction, where items will be up for bid, allowing you to acquire wonderful treasures while contributing to a noble cause.

Adding to the excitement, there will be a drawing with enticing prizes that are sure to captivate the crowd. It’s a chance for everyone to win while joining hands to support The Dolphin Project’s mission.

As a highlight of the evening, Debellation Brewery will proudly introduce the “Bottlenose Brew.” This brand-new and specially crafted brew holds a meaningful purpose – all proceeds from its sales will be directed to The Dolphin Project, reinforcing the commitment to preserving the ocean’s wonders.

So, gather your friends and family, and come celebrate The Dolphin Project’s 34th anniversary at Debellation Brewery. Let’s raise our glasses to a remarkable journey of conservation, education, and community engagement. Your presence and support will make a significant impact on the continued success of The Dolphin Project’s vital work.

Date: September 30th, 2023
Time: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Location: Debellation Brewery, 822 Longwood Drive, Richmond Hill, Georgia

For more information about The Dolphin Project and their noble mission, visit their website at https://thedolphinproject.wildapricot.org/

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