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Groundbreaking for new visitors center Tuesday
Visitors Center Model (Web)
A model of the Revolutionary War Visitors Center at Camden, to be built on city-owned property near Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. Broad Street runs along the left edge of the model. The building closest to Broad Street will serve as a visitors and exhibit center; the small building at far right is planned as an open-air market; and the larger building (back left) will be used by Central Carolina Technical College. Groundbreaking is set for 2 p.m. Tuesday. (C-I file photo)
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Revolutionary War Visitors Center at Camden -- formerly referred to as the Camden-Kershaw County Visitors Center -- will take place at 2 p.m. Tuesday on a portion of land deeded to the city of Camden in 2018 by the Historic Camden Foundation on South Broad Street.