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LEWISBURG, W. Va (WVVA)-- Saturday, February 16 marks the "Taters for TaTas" Baked Potato Dinner and Silent Auction at the Rhema Christian Center in Greenbrier County.

Guests can purchase a dinner ticket for a baked potato with unlimited toppings, a drink, and a dessert, as well as attend a silent auction and 50/50 drawing. 

The dinner will be at 12pm-7pm, but in the event of inclement weather, an alternate date will be considered.  Bidding will close at 7:30pm.

Ticket prices are as follows:
Advanced purchase: $5 Adult, $3 Child age 6 and under
At the door: $7 Adult, $5 Child age 6 and under

The organization said all proceeds of the benefit will go toward the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and 3-Day Walk in honor of Tina Pence and Jennifer Reed.

Robert C. Byrd Clinic will be set up during the event with complimentary breast cancer information and an inspirational power point video.

For any questions as well as advance ticket information, you are asked to contact one of the hosts of the event:
Kim Estep: 304.793.2505
Tina Pence: 419.345.0838
Joyce Martin:304.667.8244

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