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Dinner with 'Duck Dynasty' matron raises $65,000 for Boys & Girls Club
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"Miss Kay" Robertson, matriarch and chef of the colorful Louisiana family featured on A&E's "Duck Dynasty" shares her journey of faith during the Steak & Burger Dinner. The event Saturday drew more than 500 people and raised about $65,000 for the Boys & Girls Club of Bulloch County. - photo by Al Hackle/special
No decoy, but the real “Miss Kay” Robertson, matriarch of the family featured on A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” helped lure about 515 people to the eighth annual Steak & Burger Dinner benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Bulloch County. Before the crowd, seated restaurant-style in Statesboro First Baptist Church’s massive social hall, Robertson shared her Christian testimony and some rough-and-tumble family history that is not revealed on the popular reality show. But the real star of Saturday’s event was the Boys & Girls Club itself, which provides activities and learning after school and during the summer to more than 400 children and teens.
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