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Wine auction at Halls to benefit Debi's Kids

A special luncheon benefiting Debi's Kids is being held this week at Halls Chophouse.

The luncheon, featuring Live 5 News' longtime Anchor Debi Chard and Live 5 News' Chief Meteorologist Bill Walsh, will be held this Thursday.

The event will feature a silent and live auction of autographed wine bottles from the Robert Maguire collection of legendary celebrities in music, sports, entertainment, business and politics. Proceeds from the autograph auction will benefit Debi's Kids.

Tickets are $30 per person, with an imaginative three-course meal prepared by Halls Chophouse Executive Chef Matthew Niessner. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and lunch is served promptly at noon. Limited seating provides an intimate experience with each speaker.

Click here to register.

Debi is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Debi's Kids, WCSC's community outreach project to provide holiday gifts for children at Christmas. Last year Debi's Kids helped provide Christmas gifts for over 5,000 children in the Tri-County.

This year, Debi's Kids is focusing on active toys, gifts, and sporting goods to keep Lowcountry children physically fit.

Thursday's Autograph Auction
Bob Newhart, Cale Yarborough, Peggy Flemming*, Tom Weiskopf, Doris Day*, Lauren Bacall*, Carl Perkins*, Buck Owens*, Patti Page*, Lionel Hampton, Pete Fountain*, The Van Halen Band, Jerry Lee Lewis*, Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis*, Peter Faulk*, Walter Matthau*, Joanne Woodward, Bo Derrick, Vanessa Williams, Lily Tomlin, Eddie Murphy, Liza Minnelli, Barbara Walters*, Payne Stewart, Tommy Lasorda, Phil Collins, Luciano Pavarotti*, Woody Allen, Farrah Fawcett*, Burt Reynolds, Jerry Lewis, Ed Bradley*, Dick Clark, Tom Landry*, Martina Navratilova, Naomi Judd, Astronaut Jim Lovell*, President Gerald Ford*, Jack Nicklaus*, Bill Cosby, Etta James*, Warren Buffett, Pele, Robin Williams, Bob Hope, Lou Holtz, Richard Petty, Johnny Bench

* Includes Signed Photo

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