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On Feb.14th Patty Goduto and Ken Fisher will become husband and wife at RUTHIES FAMILY RESTAURANT. The wedding will be performed by Judge Jerry Vaughn. Ruthie's is having a Valentine Dinner and show that night. During the show the singers will take a short break from singing and Patty and Ken will exchange their wedding vows in front of the customer audiance at Ruthie's. Everyone will then recieve a piece of the huge wedding cake and reception foods. Then the show will continue.
Everyone is invited to come out to RUTHIE'S for a romantic evening of dinner and live music. The cost is $28.00 per couple or $15.00 for an individual. Dinner will be served at 6pm and will be a choice New York Strip Steak Dinner or a Grilled Chicken Dinner. The show will begin at 7pm.

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