Stephanie Stewart, right, of Jim 'N' Nick's Bar-B-Q, serves a pulled pork sandwich to Deniece Harris, the wife of a Marine who was attending Military Appreciation Day at the Atlantic Marine Corps Communities in Laurel Bay Welcome Center on Sept. 8, 2013, with her four children: Eastlan, Isaiah, Sarah and Evan. The free event, put on by the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce, is held to show appreciation to military members and their families. The event featured food and drink, fun and games, and music.
Stephanie Stewart, right, of Jim 'N' Nick's Bar-B-Q, serves a pulled pork sandwich to Deniece Harris, the wife of a Marine who was attending Military Appreciation Day at the Atlantic Marine Corps Communities in Laurel Bay Welcome Center on Sept. 8, 2013, with her four children: Eastlan, Isaiah, Sarah and Evan. The free event, put on by the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce, is held to show appreciation to military members and their families. The event featured food and drink, fun and games, and music. Staff photo
Stephanie Stewart, right, of Jim 'N' Nick's Bar-B-Q, serves a pulled pork sandwich to Deniece Harris, the wife of a Marine who was attending Military Appreciation Day at the Atlantic Marine Corps Communities in Laurel Bay Welcome Center on Sept. 8, 2013, with her four children: Eastlan, Isaiah, Sarah and Evan. The free event, put on by the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce, is held to show appreciation to military members and their families. The event featured food and drink, fun and games, and music. Staff photo

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