Volunteers P.J. Kopenhaver, center, and friend Mike Heinemann dump fresh oysters onto a table Saturday evening during the 14th annual Oyster Roast at Live Oaks Park in Port Royal. The Zonta Club of Beaufort presented the event. Proceeds benefited local programs and charities. Zonta is an international organization dedicated to improving the lives of women.
Volunteers P.J. Kopenhaver, center, and friend Mike Heinemann dump fresh oysters onto a table Saturday evening during the 14th annual Oyster Roast at Live Oaks Park in Port Royal. The Zonta Club of Beaufort presented the event. Proceeds benefited local programs and charities. Zonta is an international organization dedicated to improving the lives of women. Sarah Welliver, staff photo
Volunteers P.J. Kopenhaver, center, and friend Mike Heinemann dump fresh oysters onto a table Saturday evening during the 14th annual Oyster Roast at Live Oaks Park in Port Royal. The Zonta Club of Beaufort presented the event. Proceeds benefited local programs and charities. Zonta is an international organization dedicated to improving the lives of women. Sarah Welliver, staff photo

PHOTO: Zonta Club Oyster Roast feeds a good cause

November 17, 2012 08:36 PM

UPDATED November 17, 2012 08:48 PM

More Videos

  • Here's how Laurel Bay residents reacted to Amanda Whatley's viral video

    After Amanda Whatley's video discussing her daughter's leukemia and the possible connection to contamination at the Laurel Bay military housing community near Beaufort, Marine officials held a town hall meeting to explain the Laurel Bay Health Study to residents. Here's how residents reacted.