Hilton Head Islander Cooper Brock, 11, concentrates as he works to pry open an oyster at Saturday's roast held in front of Casey's Sports Bar and Grill. The roast benefited the Hilton Head Humane Association and featured food, drink, games and music by Low Country Boil.
Hilton Head Islander Cooper Brock, 11, concentrates as he works to pry open an oyster at Saturday's roast held in front of Casey's Sports Bar and Grill. The roast benefited the Hilton Head Humane Association and featured food, drink, games and music by Low Country Boil. Jay Karr, staff photo
Hilton Head Islander Cooper Brock, 11, concentrates as he works to pry open an oyster at Saturday's roast held in front of Casey's Sports Bar and Grill. The roast benefited the Hilton Head Humane Association and featured food, drink, games and music by Low Country Boil. Jay Karr, staff photo

PHOTO: Oyster roast benefits island Humane Association

January 12, 2013 7:50 PM

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