Joshua Paticha, left, owner of Bricks on Boundary, is hoping to raise enough money to go to Afghanistan and cook for the troops. Paticha cooked bratwurst and chicken Thursday at Elliot's Beach on Parris Island to help  the Marines kick off their Fourth of July holiday. At right is Jason Tibbetts, also of Bricks.
Joshua Paticha, left, owner of Bricks on Boundary, is hoping to raise enough money to go to Afghanistan and cook for the troops. Paticha cooked bratwurst and chicken Thursday at Elliot's Beach on Parris Island to help the Marines kick off their Fourth of July holiday. At right is Jason Tibbetts, also of Bricks. BOB SOFALY ¥ The Beaufort Gazette
Joshua Paticha, left, owner of Bricks on Boundary, is hoping to raise enough money to go to Afghanistan and cook for the troops. Paticha cooked bratwurst and chicken Thursday at Elliot's Beach on Parris Island to help the Marines kick off their Fourth of July holiday. At right is Jason Tibbetts, also of Bricks. BOB SOFALY ¥ The Beaufort Gazette

Restaurateur wants to cook in Afghanistan for 'his' Marines

July 02, 2009 12:00 AM

UPDATED July 02, 2009 05:50 PM

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