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PJ Ryan's Hosting Key West Night to Benefit Phoenixville Police Athletic League

On Thursday, January 8th, PJ Ryan's will be hosting a 'Key West' night to raise money for the Phoenixville Police Athletic League.

From today's Phoenix:
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According to Schuylkill Township Police Officer and PAL Executive Director Jim Deoria Jr., the pub, 231 Bridge Street, will donate 20 percent of all of their customer's food bills to the PAL organization.

"We're pleased that PJ Ryan's is willing to donate to PAL a portion of their food sales," said Deoria. "We're hoping that it'll be a busy night for them."

The pub is anticipating a busy night, as they will be showing the BCS National Championship college football game between No. 1 Oklahoma and No. 2 Florida on all of their televisions.

Along with the college football game, the pub is offering drink specials, such as $5 Hurricanes, $2.50 Red Stripe, and $3 Landshark, Captain Morgan drinks and Stella drafts.

Food specials include jerk chicken, pineapple shrimp over red beans and rice, and island BBQ pork sliders.

The pub is also holding a Hawaiian shirt contest, as there will be prizes awarded for the best and worst Hawaiian shirt that evening.
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Source: The Phoenix

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