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A great event for great cause

By Staff
If anyone ever needs anything organized or has an event to be handled, they would only be so lucky to have the services of Red Bay's Shea Lowery.
No, she does not want your calls asking her to work for you.
Shea is executive director of the Quinn's Ranch boys home in Red Bay.
Thursday night she organized as good of a banquet as anyone could hope to attend. I would say it's one of the best, but it's hard to separate anything that Quinn's Ranch does because they are all so good.
It was the second time in the past month that she has lured a first-year head football coach from a major university to Franklin County.
She earlier hosted a banquet in Red Bay with Mississippi State's Dan Mullen.
This week it was Clemson's Dabo Swinney.
And it's not just the guest speakers that she attracts. There is always a host of alumni, particularly former Alabama players, at all of Quinn's Ranch's events.
Seeing those former gridiron stars is always exciting. But the best part comes a little later down the road.
When the money is collected and funds are available for the boys' home, that's what it's all about.
However good Shea and the Quinn's Ranch board are at attracting big names and organizing great events, they are even better at preparing a Christian home for boys from our county.