WLPG's Chris Haggerty Will Be on By The Glass Show Tonight To Discuss Charity Event at Mickey Byrne's Irish Pub

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WLPG's Chris Haggerty will be making an appearance on By The Glass Show tonight to talk about the St. Baldrick's Foundation event happening at Mickey Byrne's Irish Pub in Hollywood.

The St. Baldrick's Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity that funds childhood cancer research and provides more research grants than any other organization except for the U.S. Government. It raises money primarily through head-shaving events. From 6 to 6:30 p.m., Haggerty will discuss the charity event on tonight's show.

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There will be a silent auction to raise money for the charity. Beer fans will be delighted to know that there will be several beer-related items from Due South, Funky Buddha and Wynwood breweries. Sports fans will be pleased to know there are several sports-related items. Here is a complete list of items as listed on the event's website:

  • An autographed Mario Chalmers plaque
  • An autographed Dwayne Wayne jersey
  • A VIP beer class at Due South Brewing plus tour and tasting for you and seven friends
  • A round of golf for four at Crandon Golf at Key Biscayne
  • A round of golf for four at Country Club of Miami
  • A limited edition autographed Dan Marino lithograph
  • A Colombian national team jersey autographed by Falcao
  • An autographed Chelsea jersey From Drogba
  • An autographed Norris Cole basketball

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There will also be a raffle that includes these items and more:

By The Glass Show is a South Florida spirits blog hosted by Brett Hubbard and broadcasted every Thursday night starting at 6 p.m. at www.bytheglassshow.com.

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