Shrimp Feast kicks off Jubilee weekend
For 31 years, the Kiwanis Club of Chesapeake has organized the much-anticipated official opening of the Chesapeake Jubilee with its annual Shrimp Feast. This year, the club provided a selection of bar-b-que, cole slaw, baked beans, hushpuppies and ice cream in addition to some pretty terrific shrimp. The annual event is a must for good food, entertainment and fellowship prior to all that the Jubilee has to offer.
David Harper with his wife and Office Manager at The Shopper, Julie Burley Harper
The Shopper's General Manager, Nikki Young and Client Relations Manager, Jeff Barnard.
Musical entertainment was provided by the band The River Boyz.
From left: Mary Jones, Donna Watkins, and Lisa Williams enjoyed the music and libations.
Karen and Jim Schrader shared a special moment during a break from preparing food.
Berkley Gibbs of the Chesapeake Kiwanis Club cooking the shrimp.
Kayla Hayes and Bryan Leahey
Sheriff John Newhart paused for a photo op with one of The Shopper's Graphic Designers, Eva Harrison (L) and Production Manager, Karah Angeli (R)
Attorney Kevin Hubbard and his wife Missy enjoyed the music and festivities.
Kiwanis Club of Chesapeake members Berkley Gibbs, Jim Schrader, Richard Pippin, and Jeff Creekmore did a great job preparing the food and making sure a good time was had by all.
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