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Around Town: Emergency workers to eat oysters for charity in H.B.

Area first responders will go shell to shell Saturday in the third annual Shuck-It Competition, a charity oyster-eating contest at Ways & Means Oyster House in Huntington Beach.

Local lifeguards and personnel from the Huntington Beach police and fire departments will be given 60 seconds to eat as many oysters as they can while spectators cheer on their favorite teams.

The event begins at 10 a.m., and $3 from every oyster eaten by the winning team will be donated to the team’s charity of choice. Charities the event has benefited in the past include Colette’s Children’s Home, the McKennaClaire Foundation and the Huntington Beach Lifeguard Foundation.

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