Ray Curtis, otherwise known as "Rib King, Jr.", of Hilton Head Island, flips racks of ribs in their smoker on Saturday afternoon during the 18th Annual Rib Burnoff at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn Plantation on Hilton Head Island.  The event is sponsored by The Kiwanis Club of Hilton Head Island and all net proceeds from the event go to benefit local children's charities.
Ray Curtis, otherwise known as "Rib King, Jr.", of Hilton Head Island, flips racks of ribs in their smoker on Saturday afternoon during the 18th Annual Rib Burnoff at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn Plantation on Hilton Head Island. The event is sponsored by The Kiwanis Club of Hilton Head Island and all net proceeds from the event go to benefit local children's charities. Delayna Earley
Ray Curtis, otherwise known as "Rib King, Jr.", of Hilton Head Island, flips racks of ribs in their smoker on Saturday afternoon during the 18th Annual Rib Burnoff at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn Plantation on Hilton Head Island. The event is sponsored by The Kiwanis Club of Hilton Head Island and all net proceeds from the event go to benefit local children's charities. Delayna Earley

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