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Prudential Myrtle Beach Real Estate is holding our first annual Charity Chili Cook-off at Broadway at the Beach on April 14th, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. ALL proceeds will go to Wounded Warriors at Camp LeJeune and CASA (Citizens Against Spousal Abuse)in Myrtle Beach. Please join us and help support a worthy cause in our community. Whether you are a top notch chili chef or a fan of a good bowl of chili, we want to see you there! Entry Fee is $20.00 per entry. Cash prizes will be awarded for Best Overall Chili, People's Choice and Most Creative Table. Tickets will be available for purchase on the day of the event for $1.00 per ticket or 10 tickets for $7.00. Each sample will be 1 ticket. Bottled water will also be available for $1.00. A complete list of rules and regulations will be provided upon entry.
"CASA is a private, nonprofit agency which has been serving people affected by domestic abuse for over 30 years, and they affirm the right of every person to live a life free of violence. CASA provides quality safety and shelter to battered women and their children through crisis intervention and short term crisis therapeutics and to reduce the occurrence of violence against women and children in the greater Horry County area. They provide a variety of support services, including a shelter for women, counseling, advocacy, education, referrals and a 24-hour hotline for woman affected by domestic violence. They recognize that violence against women & children is a widespread and deep-seated societal problem. They actively advocate social change and educate the community about the impact of domestic & sexual violence. They support a coordinated community response to family violence, which holds abusers accountable. They are here to help you break the cycle of domestic violence by providing you tools which allow you to make positive choices and lead self-sufficient lives."
To learn more about CASA, please visit their website at www.citizensagainstspouseabuse.com
The battalion's headquarters and barracks at Camp Lejeune, N.C. "The focus of effort for WWBn-E is taking care of wounded, ill and injured Marines and their families as they proceed through the Integrated Disability Evaluation System process. With a full-time staff of more than 200 Marines, Sailors and civilian professionals, we are dedicated to ensuring care of our Wounded Warriors throughout the recovery and transition process."
Here is a great article showing what they do for our soldiers and how determined and amazing these soldiers are. WOUNDED WARRIORS RECOVER THROUGH USE OF BICYCLES!
We hope to see you there on Saturday!