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April 17, 2007

Thomasville-- At Tuesday night's fourth annual steak and burger dinner 300 community members will join 100 boys and girls from the club for dinner.

Individuals or companies sponsor each table that seats six adults and two kids. The twist is, the adults eat hamburgers and the children get steaks.

"It's just a great evening where they can exchange information about one another, get to know one another. The kids love to share with the public about what goes on here at the club," said Lee Wagner, executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Thomas County.

The evening will also feature a speech by Tommy Williams, a contributer to the boys and girls club. They hope the event will raise around $48,000.

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