The inaugural drive will benefit the Sheriff's Office's Christmas Joy Program.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Justin Ove
Monday, December 10, 2012
The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office is joining forces with Sixes Tavern to help give local children a brighter holiday season. The tavern will play host to the first installment the Sheriff Roger Garrison Charities' toy drive on Dec. 11 at 6 p.m. The toy drive, which is planned to become an annual event, will benefit the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office Reserve Unit's Christmas Joy Program. Each year, the unit distributes toys, food and necessities to needy families in the county; last year, the unit served 113 elderly people, 193 children and over 100 families. Attendees of the toy drive are asked to bring an unwrapped toy worth $10 or more with them when coming to the event. In exchange, Sixes Tavern will be hosting a buffet and live …
If you live within a 5-mile radius of the Sixes Tavern and you've had too much to drink, a bus will transport you home.
Jim Torchia and Mark Celello opened the Sixes Tavern Bar & Grille on Nov. 12, but a ribbon cutting is planned for 10:30 a.m. today. Canton-Sixes Patch recently caught up with manager assistant/bartender Sharon Rodgers. Here's what she had to say. Patch: Tell us about Sixes Tavern. Tavern: I would say (it's) the newest hot spot for family, friends and tons of fun. Patch: From clientele to experience, what can patrons expect when they come here? Tavern: We actually cater to all age groups. We have a kid friendly menu. We have a lunch menu. We also have our dinner—a good selection of foods that includes salads, burgers, sandwiches and steaks from the grill. The menu is a full service menu. It's like a white tablecloth service. And then at 9 o…