Young Life area director Eric Campbell, right, takes over the job of top-holder while Jamie Toomer, center, and Jenna McQuillen dish up a healthy helping of cole slaw, corn, potatoes, kielbasa sausage and shrimp Friday evening during the Lowcountry boil dinner at the Bluffton Oyster Co. Dinners were sold for $15 a plate and benefited local high school students attending Young Life camp this summer.
Young Life area director Eric Campbell, right, takes over the job of top-holder while Jamie Toomer, center, and Jenna McQuillen dish up a healthy helping of cole slaw, corn, potatoes, kielbasa sausage and shrimp Friday evening during the Lowcountry boil dinner at the Bluffton Oyster Co. Dinners were sold for $15 a plate and benefited local high school students attending Young Life camp this summer.
Young Life area director Eric Campbell, right, takes over the job of top-holder while Jamie Toomer, center, and Jenna McQuillen dish up a healthy helping of cole slaw, corn, potatoes, kielbasa sausage and shrimp Friday evening during the Lowcountry boil dinner at the Bluffton Oyster Co. Dinners were sold for $15 a plate and benefited local high school students attending Young Life camp this summer.

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