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Magic City Parrot Head Club Hosting Buffett Event May 10th in Hoover

HOOVER (May 2, 2014) – The Magic City Parrot Head Club will host its 10th-Annual “Wastin’ Away in Margaritaham” Beach Party on Saturday, May 10, from noon till 6 p.m. at the Iron Horse Café (1694 Montgomery Highway, Hoover 35226).

Proceeds from the event will benefit ill and injured children treated at Children’s of Alabama, the state’s only freestanding pediatric medical facility.

Local musician Jeff Tyler will provide continuous Jimmy Buffett music throughout the event. Admission is free and guests are encouraged to wear their most colorful and crazy tropical attire. The event will also feature a silent auction and specials on drinks and food including barbecue. For more information visit Donations will be accepted to cover the cost of entertainment.

Children’s of Alabama has provided specialized medical care for ill and injured children across the state and throughout the southeastern U.S. since 1911. For the past four years, Children’s has been ranked among the best children’s hospital programs in the nation by US News & World Report. Last year, patients made more than 670,000 outpatient and nearly 14,000 inpatient visits to Children’s from every county in Alabama and from 45 other states and four foreign countries. With more than 2 million square feet, it is the third largest pediatric medical facility in the U.S. Children’s offers inpatient and outpatient services across its Russell Campus on Birmingham’s Southside with additional outpatient services provided at Children’s South and Children’s on 3rd. Primary care is provided at more than a dozen medical offices in communities across central Alabama. Children’s of Alabama is the only medical center in Alabama dedicated solely to the care and treatment of children. It is a private, not-for-profit medical center that serves as the primary site of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) pediatric medicine, surgery, research and residency programs. In 2012, Children’s moved much of its inpatient services into a new building named The Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children. More information is available at