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Updated Feb 20, 2019 at 11:19 AM The Fatz Cafe in Evans on North Belair Road abruptly closed on Tuesday. The Taylors, S.C.-based chain opened the location in early 2004. [AMANDA KING/THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE] ▲ The Fatz Cafe in Evans on North Belair Road abruptly closed on Tuesday. The Taylors, S.C.-based chain opened the location in early 2004. [SPECIAL] ▲ The Fatz Cafe restaurant in Evans has closed after 15 years in operation "Sorry y'all, this location has closed," a sign posted on the door as of Tuesday said. "We've enjoyed providing southern hospitality to our community over the years." The Taylors, S.C.-based chain, which has rebranded itself Fatz Southern Kitchen, did not immediately return phone…
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Annual Pie Auction & Barbecue raises $20,531 for junior fair
Olivia vanTol smashes a pie in her sister Kaylin’s face as part of the annual pie auction that raises money for the Ramona Junior Fair and Livestock Auction. Kaylin is the 4-H representative on the junior fair board Olivia vanTol smashes a pie in her sister Kaylin’s face as part of the annual pie auction that raises money for the Ramona Junior Fair and Livestock Auction. Kaylin is the 4-H representative on the junior fair board. (Maureen Robertson) A jar of chocolate cookies went for $2,000, a plate of cream puffs garnered $800, and two pies in the face netted $1,123 during the annual Ramona Junior Fair Pie Auction Saturday evening. Donations for the junior fair fundraiser totaled $20,531 from the barbecue dinner, pie auction, after auction food sales and individual donations. This…
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