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Rotarians have a crackin’ good time

Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills President Coy Baugh and Interact volunteers Michelle Dutta, 17, and Sydney Simon, 16, left to right, pause for a photo before getting back to the important business of selling raffle tickets for Coy’s stylish Scratcher Hat at the club’s 21st annual Crab Feed & Dance Saturday night.  Village Life photo by Noel Stack
Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills President Coy Baugh and Interact volunteers Michelle Dutta, 17, and Sydney Simon, 16, left to right, pause for a photo before getting back to the important business of selling raffle tickets for Coy’s stylish Scratcher Hat at the club’s 21st annual Crab Feed & Dance Saturday night. Village Life photo by Noel Stack

El Dorado Hills Rotarians really know how to throw a party — just ask guests at Saturday night’s 21st annual Rotary Crab Feed & Dance.

Hundreds attended the crackin’ good time, enjoying a delicious meal prepared by Rotarians (and friends) and served by Oak Ridge Interact Club volunteers at the El Dorado Hills Community Services District gym. Proceeds from the event go toward Rotary project, both locally and internationally.

In addition to a great meal, guests enjoyed performances by El Dorado Dance Academy dancers, music played live by the Marina Village Jazz Band and a DJ who got everyone on the dance floor. They also had a great time shopping the silent auction, bidding on purses and winning prizes at the dessert table.

Up next, Rotary’s annual Wine and Town Center event in June.

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