SILER CITY, N.C. — Pig Out for JMArts, the second-annual barbecue fundraiser for arts students at Jordan-Matthews High School, will be held on Friday, September 7.
Plates are $8 each and include chopped pork barbecue by chef Gary Lamach, slaw, bread, drink and dessert. Plates will be served from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. for “eat-in” at the JM Cafeteria or “take out” in a drive-through line beginning near the school’s main entrance.
Anyone attending the home football game with Chatham Central may take plates into the stadium.
All proceeds are used by JMArts, the nonprofit Jordan-Matthews Arts Foundation, for projects that include scholarships for student artists to study on university campuses during the summer, funding for the school’s November production of “The Little Mermaid,” tickets for students to attend professional performances and supplies for visual artists.
Tickets are now on sale now at the school’s front office and plates may be purchased the night of the barbecue. Cash and checks made payable to JMArts will be accepted in the school office. Credit cards also will be accepted the night of the barbecue.
JMArts is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. More about the foundation, including how to become a member, is available online at JMArts.org.
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