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Philanthropic Pirates on the Panhandle

| Staff Reporters
Historically, pirates on the high seas boarded and seized ships in search of money and riches, selfishly stealing the booty for themselves. Today factions still roam the seas, overtaking lone vessels for their wares. However, in 2009, the Pirates on the Panhandle Social Club landed in Navarre, becoming more than 250 strong today. They are an anomaly though, demonstrating an altruistic penchant for performing good works, proving not all pirates are bad.
The Pirates on the Panhandle present a $5,500 check to Surf Brigade’s Kevin Laliberte (Center) from January’s Pirate Plunge proceeds.

 

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