Put on your boots and cowboy hat, it's time for the Valdosta-Lowndes County Habitat for Humanity's Hoedown at 7 p.m. Saturday.
The Hoedown is at Creekside, in Remerton. The cost is $30 per single and $60 per couple. The proceeds will fund the dinner provided by Austin's Steak House and two beverage tickets. The rest of the money benefits Habitat for Humanity projects.
People should dress up in their country finery -- cowboy boots, jeans, etc.
The night's entertainment will be provided by the band Skannyardle. Between dinner and dancing, a silent auction and raffle will be held. Prizes include two gas grills donated by Lowe's and a pair of diamond earrings donated by Steele's jewelry. A cutsaw, which will be used by Jimmy Carter on his work project this summer, will also be a prize.
Habitat for Humanity plans on about 250 people attending. People can buy tickets to the event at the door or call Habitat at 245-1330 for information.
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