Lions Club BBQ going on now

More than 175 of 300 plates pre-sold

By Kevin Spradlin
PeeDeePost.com

ROCKINGHAM — There’s plenty more work to do on the Rockingham Lions Club baseball and softball field, said Thayer Cook.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com Rockingham Lions Club President Thayer Cook suits up for the barbecue sale today until 2 p.m.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com
Rockingham Lions Club President Thayer Cook suits up for the barbecue sale today until 2 p.m.

Cook, club president, said two dugouts still need to be finished and a temporary outfield fence that shows signs of being adversely impacted by weather needs to be replaced with permanent chainlink fencing.

To do that, the club needs to sell barbecue. Nearly 175 plates were pre-sold, Cook said, and club volunteers expect to sell around 300 plates.

That’s exactly what’s on the menu Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rockingham Lions Club headquarters, located just north of Rockingham on U.S. Route 220.

Plates or one-pound containers are $7 each. Eat-in with a view of the picturesque pond or carryout. Volunteers will deliver orders of five or more plates.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com Volunteer Kristen Cook gets the rolls ready.

Kevin Spradlin | PeeDeePost.com
Volunteer Kristen Cook gets the rolls ready.

Call 910-895-1112 or 910-331-7191, or fax your request to 910-410-0294.

Upcoming: Club officials are preparing for the annual golf ball drop in May. Stay tuned to PeeDeePost.com in the coming weeks for additional information.

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