Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Historical Society welcomes new members
Attention history lovers in Cross!
Join the efforts of the Berkeley County Historical Society today. Dues for 2013 are $25 for a single, $35 for a family and $100 for a business. Student dues are $15.
Mail memberships to Jean Crosby, Membership Chair, 2680 Hanford Mill Lane, North Charleston, SC 29406.
The group’s next general meeting will feature Goose Creek Mayor Michael Heitzler, and will be held at Goose Creek City Hall at 3:30 p.m. on March 10. Heitzler will be discussing his newest book, “The Goose Creek Bridge: Gateway to Sacred Places.”
Another interesting meeting will take place on March 17, centering on the findings of the paranormal investigations conducted late last year on Wampee House located in Pinopolis. The presentation will occur at 2 p.m. in the old Whitesville Schoolhouse.
Lowcountry Link is the newsletter of the American Red Cross and the Carolina Lowcountry Chapter of Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. This month begins the 40th year that RSVP has served the Lowcountry.
Many services of these two groups are listed in the recent newsletter.
Docents are requested for the CSOL Designer Showhouse for 2013 at 4 South Adgers Wharf in Charleston. From March 21 thru April 21 the old cotton warehouse, which was converted into a home more than one century ago, will be open to the public.
Only on Sunday, April 21 the Home and Garden and Art Tour will feature the 10 showcase homes. Volunteer for one shift and take the tour for free the opposite shift. To volunteer, contact Bobbie Puckett at email@example.com , or (843) 552-66535.
Congratulations to the Debate Team at St. John's Christian Academy for their recent win!
Congratulations to Steele Blackmon and wife for achieving the milestone of 50 years together! Also congratulations to friends Linda and Dennis Hill, who will celebrate 51 years in May. My, how time does fly!
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