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Boys & Girls Club to host Steak & Stake Dinner

AMERICUS, GA (WTVM) -

The Boys & Girls Club of Americus /Sumter County, Inc. will hold their 16th annual Steak & Stake Dinner on Tuesday, July 22.

This event will take place at the Student Success Center at Georgia Southwestern State University.

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Dan Reeves, legendary NFL head football coach and athlete, will be keynote speaker. There will also be a special appearance by Randolph Barksdale, GSW athletic director and head basketball coach.

A silent auction will begin at 5 p.m., and the program will start at 6 p.m., along with dinner.  Admission is $75 per person

For more information, contact Lori Gadson or Dr. Shirley Reese at (229) 942-5114, Susan Ruckman at (229) 942-6618 or Eric West at (229) 942-1602.

You can also visit their official website at this link to learn more about the organization.

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