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John Paige’s Annual ‘Beast Feast’ Fundraiser Set for May 25

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The event raises money for the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida.

| April 24, 2014

Dr. John Paige III, senior scientist and field development representative, Bayer CropScience, and his wife Lisa, announced the 29th Annual Paige Family Beast Feast.

This year’s event is scheduled for, May 25, 2014 from 4 p.m. until midnight. This is a combination Beast Feast and fund-raising dinner for the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida. All donations to EFOF are completely voluntary, and 100% of the money collected goes to that organization.

This year’s event takes place at Bethel Creek House across from Jaycee Park on A1A.
•Bring a side dish such as salad, beans or dessert and whatever you like to drink (alcohol is permitted in the Bethel Creek House)
•There will be dove, duck, snipe, quail, wild hog, deer, pheasant, fish, alligator, bear and more.

 For more information click here or  contact John Paige at 772/633-8883.

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