Mark Your Calendars for the first amazing event of the new year!
We will be hosting a First Friday Bourbon Tasting on Friday, January 6, 2017 along with live music from local artist Brent Nultemeier.
Every First Friday of each month owners John & Sue Woolard host a two-part fundraiser at Rooster’s Southern Kitchen in Kill Devil Hills and this month’s beneficiary is Outer Banks Relief Foundation.
The event will include a Bourbon Tasting that will take place from 6:00 to 7:00 pm and is hosted by Republic National Distributing Ambassador Jason Bradley. The cost for the tasting is $25 and that includes appetizers and six different bourbon samplings. Outer Banks Relief will receive 100% of Bourbon Tasting ticket sales.
The second part of the fundraising event is that Outer Banks Relief Foundation will also receive 10% from meal sales on that day so celebrate the new year and dine with us on the sixth of January!
Please stop by to purchase your ticket(s) or call 252.441.4594 with your credit card ready—Be forewarned we have a limited number of tickets!
Thank you in advance for helping us support a wonderful foundation!
An excerpt on the history of the Outer Banks Relief Foundation from their website:
In 2004, a group of local citizens here on the Outer Banks decided to start an organization that would raise local funds to be used to assist people living or working in our Outer Banks community who are burdened with financial difficulties because of a debilitating disease or illness, or a personal tragedy with themselves or a family member. Since that time over 11 years ago, the Outer Banks Relief Foundation has provided over $1,350,000 to over 629 citizens in need. Financial assistance amounts range from $500 to $2,000. Some examples of those situations are individuals stricken with cancer, or with serious blood or nerve disorders, or spinal injuries, or MS. We work closely with the other charitable and helping organizations here in our Outer Banks community, in order to coordinate our support and services to the needy, to not duplicate our efforts, and to maximize our collective resources as much a possible, particularly in these challenging economic times. Dial 2-1-1 for available Health & Human Services in our area.