The St. Susan Center helps countless people in the Jamestown area.
On Sunday it was time for the community to give back to the center.
Southern Tier Brewing Company held the fifth annual Oktobenefest on Sunday. The event, which ran from noon to 3 p.m. at the brewery, has become a fundraiser that St. Susan Center officials depend on to help cover the increasing costs associated with running the charity. Hundreds of peopled turned out to the benefit with cars lined up from the parking lot all the way to the entrance of the property still further beyond that. Visitors were able to purchase tickets that could be redeemed for everything from beer to bratwurst, chips and other drinks.
Southern Tier Brewery played host to its fifth annual Oktobenefest for the St. Susan Center on Sunday.
Live music was provided by Red Letter Blues, formerly known as Grandpa Snazzy. The group, which has been playing throughout the region for several years, provided their own mix of blues, R&B and original material to keep the crowd entertained. Bill Ward and Amanda Barton also made special guest appearances with the group.
For more information about the St. Susan Center, including information on how to volunteer, visit stsusancenter.org.