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The impeding rain did not hinder the success of the Magee Chamber of Commerce sponsored Lawn Chair Luau!  Lloyd “Hurricane” Munn and the Forecasters kept the crowd entertained. Lloyd describes his band as “Buffett to Blues.”

As clouds threatened in late afternoon, the chamber Board of Directors kept the faith and the event happened.

Under the leadership of President Nancy Brown, Ural Everett Park was transformed into a “Parrot Heads” paradise!  Everyone participated in dressing for the luau.  Upon arrival, guest were draped with a colorful lay and offered a virgin strawberry or Pina colada.  The drink was compete with an umbrella and festive straw.

Magee Police Chief Shane Little and his wife Brooke

As the sun went down, the party continued.  

Pat Jones, Randell Leggett, Grace Parham, and Dottie Luckey

Thanks to the Magee Chamber of Commerce and especially the Board of Directors and Executive Director Doris Adcox.

Mayor Dale Berry and one of his former players Tim Gray.

Let’s keep Main Street rocking and folks visiting!

Doris Adcox and son Mike Adcox who is the manager at the Magee Co-Op
Alderman Mark Grubbs and wife Suzanne
Loree Luckey Clark, Paula Colson, Marie Phillips, and Gail Cockrell
The decorations were great for the Friday night Lawn Chair Luau
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