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Boss Hawg among musicians to play at Woodlands Benefit PDF Print
Thursday, 10 January 2008 19:00

Boss Hawg, Phil Stinson, and Klee Lyles are among musicians set to play at a Woodlands Barbeque benefit to honor and remember accident victim Terri Whitt.




Whitt was killed in a two-car collision last month and her former employer, Woodlands, is opening on January 21 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Woodlands will be donating a portion of its sales that day to a fund for Whitt’s two young children. Wait staff will be donating time and tips. Event planner and Whitt family friend Cassandra Reed hopes the community will come out to support the family during this tragic time.


“This is very important. Terri was a friend and an employee of Woodlands for over 15 years.”


Whitt’s death came as a shock to Woodlands owner Jim Houston. He says it’s not just her friends, family and fellow employees who miss her.


“The customers. I mean, I’m seeing so many customers in town that are just going, ‘oh gosh.’”


The Woodlands Crew hopes to see those faithful customers back in the restaurant on January 21.

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