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To Benefit The Boys & Girls Club: 'Smokin' On The River' To Offer Tasty Treats And Music


Last updated 4/16/2018 at 1:43pm

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Bryan Grosvenor, of the Key Falls Inn, is hoping to make the Smokin' on the River barbecue festival one of the biggest fundraisers for the Boys & Girls Club. It will run April 27 and 28. (Photo courtesy of Ray Tuers)

The outdoor cookout season will get off to a savory and musical start this month when the Key Falls Inn next to the French Broad River will host its third annual "Smokin' on the River" barbecue festival.

The two-day event, April 27 and 28, will begin a new tradition this year in that ticket proceeds will benefit the largest youth organization in the county, the Cindy Platt Boys & Girls Club.

"We're just delighted to have this great festival join our annual parade of special events," said Candice Walsh, the club's executive director. "Community support such as this is what allows us to...

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