OGEECHEE RIVERKEEPER HOST OYSTERS FOR THE OGEECHEEThe event features silent auction, raffle, and plenty of fun
Ogeechee Riverkeeper’s (ORK) annual oyster roast is back this fall! Oysters for the Ogeechee will be held Thursday, November 3, 6-9 p.m. at the Isle of Hope Marina. A ticket includes all-you-can-eat freshly steamed oysters, plus delicious barbecue and sides from Barnes Restaurant as well as unlimited beer and wine. Moon River Brewing is creating a special, exclusive Ogeechee River flavor.With fabulous tunes from DJ Jose Ray, amazing silent auction items, and the return of the popular Mystery ORCA Cooler raffle prize package, it’s going to be the best party of the season. And most importantly, it is in celebration of 50 years of the Clean Water Act, and it supports the crucial work of ORK.Event details and tickets: https://www.ogeecheeriverkeeper.org/events/oyster-roast/
Silent auction items include:
- Two nights at a mountain cabin in North Georgia – Donated by Don Stack
- Original art piece by Betsy Cain – Donated by Betsy Cain
- Two nights at a vintage Tybee beach bungalow – Donated by Matt Toole and Cindy Mullally
- One year family pass – Donated by Coastal Heritage Society
- P and N Sirius sea kayak, with paddle, skirt and life vest – Donated by Alan Bailey
- Outdoor kit with backpack, tent, and sleeping bag – Donated by Bass Pro Shops
- One night stay at the Hotel Clermont in Atlanta – Donated by Hotel Clermont
- Three nights at a Tybee bungalow – Donated by Mick & Dana Danielson
- And more!
Guests must be present to bid in the silent auction, but even if you can’t attend the event, click through to purchase raffle tickets and enter to win the ORCA cooler full of gift certificates and swag!
Event partners for the Oysters for the Ogeechee are: Barnes Catering, Moon River Brewing, Royal Restrooms, TPS Isle of Hope Marina
Annual Corporate Sponsors of ORK are: Green Truck Pub, Advanced Metal Components, Chatham Steel, Queensborough National Bank and Trust, Stack and Associates, Citizens Bank of the South, and Southern Environmental Law Center.
About Ogeechee Riverkeeper: Ogeechee Riverkeeper 501(c)(3) works to protect, preserve, and improve the water quality of the Ogeechee River basin, which includes all of the streams flowing out to Ossabaw Sound and St. Catherine’s Sound. The Canoochee River is about 108 miles long and the Ogeechee River itself is approximately 245 miles long. The Ogeechee River system drains more than 5,500 square miles across 21 counties in Georgia. More at ogeecheeriverkeeper.org.