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4th Of July Cruise
The Beat Goes On
Mid-Week Escape
Pineapple Upside Down French Toast
July 4th
Fireworks Cruise
Forth Of July
Celebrate our nation's independence on the Savannah River Queen and the Georgia Queen! On this 1 1/2 hour cruise
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Savannah Theater
The new hit musical that covers all of your favorite songs from the 60's, 70's and 80's! Now running at the Savannah Theater

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Mid-Week Escape
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2 Tickets for a 2 day unlimited On/Off Historic Trolley Tour

90 minute Haunted Savannah Trolley Tour

2 Ticket to Davenport House Museum
Soho South Café $25.00 Gift Certificate
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June 2009
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This year Savannah celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Johnny Mercer. Born in 1909, Mercer grew up in Savannah before moving on to New York and Hollywood where he is credited with writing the lyrics for more than 1700 songs. Mercer wrote songs for performers such as Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. With four Academy Awards and over 100 hits, Mercer is considered by many to be the greatest American songwriter ever.

During this centennial Savannah will pay tribute to its favorite son with various festivals and celebrations throughout the city. For more information you can visit the Johnny Mercer Centennial website.
Pineapple Upside Down French Toast

* 6 eggs
* 2 cups of milk
*1 teaspoon vanilla
* 1 stick butter
* ½ cup packed brown sugar
* 1 (16-ounce) can crushed pineapple in juice

* Unsliced loaf English muffin bread, or other firm white bread

Night before: Cut crusts from bread, slice into 8 thick slices. (you may not need to use the whole loaf - slices should be about twice as thick as regular slices).
Combine eggs, milk and vanilla. Place slices of bread in a large pan, 11 x 13-inches. Pour eggs and milk mixture carefully over bread, making sure each bread slice is covered. Cover pan with plastic wrap and refrigerate.
Next morning: In a clean, 11 x 13-inch pan, melt butter. Add brown sugar and pineapple, including juice. Mix well. Remove bread from refrigerator and using  spatula, carefully remove bread slices from pan and place over pineapple mixture.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, until puffed and golden. To serve, turn entire pan out onto a large platter, or remove individual servings, turning them upside down onto plates.

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Have a safe and happy summer.
Allisen & Grant Rogers
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