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The Chesapeake Roller Derby team members Danielle "Dani Ocean" Kally, left, of Phoenix;, Stacey "Blood Beth & Beyond" Duvall, of Phoenix;, Jim "James Bondage" Doran, of Reisterstown; Jeanne "Maiden China" Graham, of Phoenix, and Sharon "Shea Legs" Stahl, right, of Phoenix, will be featured at a pirate-themed fundraiser on Feb. 22 at Chops Restaurant, in the Manor Shopping Center in Jacksonville.
The Chesapeake Roller Derby team members Danielle "Dani Ocean" Kally, left, of Phoenix;, Stacey "Blood Beth & Beyond" Duvall, of Phoenix;, Jim "James Bondage" Doran, of Reisterstown; Jeanne "Maiden China" Graham, of Phoenix, and Sharon "Shea Legs" Stahl, right, of Phoenix, will be featured at a pirate-themed fundraiser on Feb. 22 at Chops Restaurant, in the Manor Shopping Center in Jacksonville. (Staff photo by Jen Rynda)

Chesapeake Roller Derby is holding a Pirate Invasion fundraiser at Chops Restaurant in the Manor Shopping Center, in Jacksonville, on Feb. 22 from 5 p.m. until the last pirate drops.

The evening includes food, drinks, a silent auction, a Basket o' Grog to be raffled off, two 50/50 raffles and plenty of giveaways.

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Chesapeake Roller Derby is a nonprofit, pirate-themed co-ed roller derby team. Its members donate their time to help various charities and a portion of the money raised will be given to a local charity during its first bout on March 17 at the Carroll County Agricultural Center.

The pirates will come dressed in appropriate attire, including skates and invite those attending to come dressed up, too.

Pirates who live in Phoenix include Jeanne Graham as Maiden China, Stacey Duvall as Blood Beth and Beyond, Sharon Stahl as Shea Legs, Danielle Kally as Dani Ocean and Dulaney Graham as China Doll.

For more information, go to http://www.CheasapeakeRollerDerby.com.

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