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“Bless Your Heart” Chubb Benefit to be held Saturday

 

All proceeds from the BYH Benefit are going to help fund the reconstruction of Flo’s Diner, located at 16804 ACE Basin Parkway in Jacksonboro, which was heavily damaged in an early morning structure fire on June 9, 2015. Photo source sconfire.com

The “Bless Your Heart” Benefit Motorcycle Ride, along with a Car and Truck Show, will be held this upcoming Saturday, October 3, at Colleton County High School. All proceeds from the benefit are going to help fund the reconstruction of Flo’s Diner, located at 16804 ACE Basin Parkway in Jacksonboro, which was heavily damaged in an early morning structure fire on June 9, 2015.
Flo’s Diner, owned by Tony and Danette Chubb, was much-loved by locals. According to Pat Catterton, who is helping organize Saturday’s benefit event, the Chubbs have been heavily involved with supporting the community and The Band of Blue.
“Tony Chubb is a one-of-a-kind person,” said Pat Catterton. “He will do without in order to help someone in need. Mr. Chubb has helped many people in our community, and has been a very generous supporter of The Band of Blue. He donated a tractor trailer and a big truck to help transport band equipment. He has supplied meals for the entire band on many occasions, and has given from his heart like no other person I have ever met.”
According to Catterton, Chubb donated three tractor trailers filled with necessities to people affected by Hurricane Katrina, and helps people throughout the community in many different ways. “The Bless Your Heart group got together and said it was time to give back to Mr. Chubb,” said Catterton. “To know him is to love him. He is a man of God and it’s our turn to do for him.”
Registration for Saturday’s motorcycle ride will begin at 8:30 a.m. and continue until 10:00 a.m., with kick-stands up at 10:00. The cost is $15 for the bike/rider, with an additional $10 for the passenger. The $15 registration fee includes one meal, with additional tickets available on site.
The Car and Truck Show registration begins at 10:00 a.m., with trophies being awarded at 2:00 p.m. The cost for registration is $25.00 per entry, and includes one meal, with additional tickets also available on site. Trophies will be awarded to the top 3 cars and top 3 trucks, along with best overall entry.
There will be food vendors, a silent auction, a 50/50 drawing, and a DJ will be playing for entertainment.
For more information regarding the motorcycle ride, contact Pat Catterton at 843-908-1197, or for information about the car and truck show, contact Debbie Jones at 843-909-1602.

Cindy Crosby (1008 Posts)