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Pictured are Becca Randall, in front, from left, Louise Calhoun, Ashley Myers, Nancy Kaufman, Amanda Duffy and Robyn Barnhard; and Helen Bowers, from left, Jan Auffenberg, Gayle Brady, Elaine Griffin, Staci Bennett, Amanda Brown and Amanda Johnson

Join Elaine Griffin and Amanda Johnson, co-chairs, and their committee for the upcoming Hunt Ball to benefit Habitat for Humanity Glynn County. Planned for 5-9 p.m. Oct. 6 at the Frederica Golf Club Boathouse, the ball’s mission is the help others in their hunt for a home.

A casual evening, with the suggested dress being jeans and hunting attire, the Hunt Ball will feature entertainment by Mason Waters and the Groove All Stars, antique hunting trucks, wildlife demonstrations with hawks, owls and hunting dogs and a live auction of unique hunting and fishing experiences. Guests will be able to experience classic Southern cuisine, including local oysters, wild game, barbecue, bourbon tastings, an open bar and other dishes to delight the senses.

The mission of Habitat for Humanity Glynn County is to collaborate with others in Brunswick and Glynn County to replace unsafe, substandard or overcrowded residences and vacant, abandoned lots with safe, basic and affordable homes for the low-income households who have no other hope for home ownership.

HFH Glynn County is in the process of building its 87th home in the community, and has recently purchased land in Brunswick to build a neighborhood of approximately 15 additional homes. This will will be a major milestone of 100 homes in 30 years for HFH Glynn County.