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Tiny's annual Fish Fry in support of the Southampton Rotary Club was a popular lunch stop for many, including bikers out enjoying the weather May 4.

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The sun was out and shone down on hungry guests at Tiny's Motorcycle & ATV Repair's Fish Fry, May 4, as they tucked in to a plate of Lake Huron perch and fresh cut fries, raising $1,200 for the Southampton Rotary Club.

“The first one was in 2010,” said Tiny's owner, Chris Steingart (Tiny) who explained that he purchases the food as a fundraiser for the Southampton Club, whose members then cook and serve it.

Those in attendance, including many bikers out for a ride, came to Tiny's in a steady stream over the two hour lunch event, relaxing and enjoying a meal while being entertained by local blues duo and Memphis International Blues Challenge finalists, Shakey Trill.


Pat O'Connor and Sara Dolbeck were two of many Southampton Rotarians working to serve fish and chips to hungry guests.

Sylvia Tiny

Southampton Rotary President Sylvia Sheard and and Tiny's Chris Steingart (Tiny) at the 2019 Fish Fry.


Tiny's Motorcycle & ATV Repair was a popular lunch time stop for hungry guests, May 4.

Shakey Trill

Memphis International Blues Challenge finalists and local blues duo Shakey Trill, Tyler Pantlin (left) and Mike MacDonald, entertained those in attendance.


Southampton Rotarians had a busy two hours as they cooked the Lake Huron perch and fresh cut fries for hungry guests.