The 2018 Guinea Jubilee, like those of prior years, offered the delightful opportunity to enjoy the company of friends, live music and seafood. However, this year there was a noticeable void.
Arriving Friday evening at dinnertime, there was little doubt of where my first stop would be—the First Morning Star Church booth. After making a couple trips past the line of food carts, I grew concerned that my current optical prescription or cognitive perception may need a checkup. Several individuals recommended that I look behind the food carts or in the far corner near the entrance, which I did to no avail.
Each year that I have the good fortune to attend the event, First Morning Star is my choice for food vendor. From the crab cakes to baked goods, we have always been delighted. Not to mention, the event coincides with a family birthday, and I am happy to take advantage of the cake selection. Last year I left with two!
Recently, I learned of the Sept. 26 l...
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