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Jeremy Schreifels

The Cove Pub and Grub in Inverness has recently joined the growing list of businesses, organizations and individuals helping to raise money for Jeremy Schreifels, the 18-year-old with severe Tourette syndrome who needs an experimental brain surgery that’s not covered by his health insurance.

Beginning at noon on Tuesday, June 15, The Cove Pub and Grub is offering “Smoke Feast at the Cove,” featuring smoked meat from M&B Dairy and the Cove, and six COPP Brewery beers on tap: Blood Orange Creamsicle Ale, Old Florida English Ale, Mutiny Choc Stout, Southern Grit Cream Ale, Kings Bay IPA and Double Black Stout.

On the menu: Pork spare ribs, beef brisket, smoked wings, pulled pork, plus sides, while supplies last.

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The Cove will donate $7 from each meal, $4 from each Copp draft and will match all donated tips up to $4,000.

The Cove Pub and Grub is at 1242 S. Cove Camp Point, Inverness, located off State Road 44 east heading toward Wildwood. Turn at the Dollar General store.

For information, call the Cove at 352-344-5894.

Contact Chronicle reporter Nancy Kennedy at 352-564-2927 or nkennedy@chronicleonline.com. Read more of Nancy's stories at tinyurl.com/yxt69grh