Clay County pigs out to support Vineyard Transitional Center

Posted 11/22/22

GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Pastor John Sanders laughed when he said he likes pork butts, and he could not lie. Apparently, so does Clay County. Along with a dozen volunteers – including the Awesome …

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Clay County pigs out to support Vineyard Transitional Center

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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Pastor John Sanders laughed when he said he likes pork butts, and he could not lie. Apparently, so does Clay County. Along with a dozen volunteers – including the Awesome Boston Butts Dynasty Team, Carter Q Competition BBS and Catering, Premier Specialty Service, Highway 17 Motors, Worldwide Automotive, Van Royal, Teresa Scott, Sheriff Michelle Cook, Nancy Keating and Donna Newdiger – Sanders sold 600 Boston butts last Friday and Saturday to help his Vineyard Transitional Center, which helps men who’ve just been released from jail learn the skills to adjust and succeed in public. Sanders usually prepared 300 full butts during his annual cookoff, but he decided to double that order. He reached the 600 ceiling in advanced sales long before the grill was lit at the future home for Vineyard at 518 Pine St. And one of the happiest customers was Green Cove Springs Mayor Matt Johnson.

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