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St. Martin’s Second Annual Auto Show

The Men of St. Martin’s Club is excited to invite you to the Second Annual Auto Show and Festival at St Martin Episcopal Church in Ellisville, MO on May 7, 2023, from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM. This year, we are thrilled to be hosting the St Louis BBQ Society Backyard BBQ Contest and the Corvette Club of Greater St Louis. In addition to the BBQ contest, we have planned a fun-filled day for everyone to enjoy, with family games, children's crafts, attendance prizes, auction items, and delicious food and beverages. We are also offering BBQ pork steak and chicken dinners for sale, as well as hot dogs. A portion of all proceeds and donations will be donated to the Episcopal Relief and Development Ukraine Crisis Response Relief Fund. It's a great opportunity to have fun and support a worthy cause. If you are interested in participating in the BBQ contest, registration is open now, and the fee is $75.00. The prize per category for ribs and chicken is $150 for first place and $75 for second place. Please contact Mike Kelly or register online for more information. Advanced orders for dinners are accepted, and we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity. The pork steak or chicken dinner includes potato salad and corn on the cob and costs $9.00 per plate. You may place orders now through our website or by visiting the info booth each Sunday in the Narthex. We look forward to seeing you at the Second Annual Auto Show and Festival! If you are interested in getting email reminders prior to the event, please see our webpage and click “Get reminders”. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like to learn more about the event. We welcome and encourage you to share our flyer below with your family, friends, and colleagues who might be interested in joining us at the Second Annual Auto Show and Festival. Thank you for helping us spread the word about this exciting event!

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