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Support softball by ordering Boston butts by Nov. 14

AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Augusta University softball team will be pre-selling tickets until Nov. 14 to purchase Boston butts as part of their season-long fundraising efforts to support the Jaguar softball program. Fans can buy tickets up until Saturday, Nov. 14 and the pickup day will be Saturday, Nov. 21.

The Jaguar softball team is selling tickets to the public. One ticket costs $30 and is good for one Boston Butt (pork). Fans can purchase as many tickets as they like. The meat is being smoked and prepared in Jefferson County and then delivered to four different locations.

Tickets will be sold until Nov. 14. Pick up is on Saturday, Nov. 21 between 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Get your Boston butt just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday!

PICKUP LOCATIONS

Jaguar Softball Field – 3109 Wrightsboro Rd., Augusta, Ga., 30909

Harlem High School – 1070 Appling Harlem Rd, Harlem, Ga., 30814

Jefferson County High School – 1157 Warrior Trail, Louisville, Ga., 30434

Oconee County High School – 2721 Hog Mountain Rd, Watkinsville, Ga., 30677

For contact information see the Jaguar softball team or contact Head Coach Melissa Brocato or Assistant Coach Evan Smith.

 

 

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