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DAR honors historic signage project group
The Hobkirk Hill Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution recently honored several people for their efforts in developing interpretive signage for several important historic sites in Camden. In addition, Sen. Vincent Sheheen and Rep. Laurie Slade Funderburk presented a framed resolution honoring the group. Shown from left are Camden Mayor Tony Scully, Joanna Craig, Rob McCaskill, Charles Baxley, Rep. Laurie Funderburk, Project Chairman Willard Polk, Sen. Vincent Sheheen, Jim Piecuh, Peggy Ogburn, and Kershaw County Council Chairman Julian Burns.
The Hobkirk Hill Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored several people instrumental in developing interpretive signage at several important historic sites around Camden. The honorees included Willard Polk, Project Chair, Charles Baxley, Historian, Joanna Craig, Director, Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site, Rob McCaskill, Graphic Design, Johnny Miller, Kershaw County Historical Society, Peggy Ogburn, Kershaw County Historical Society, Jim Piecuch, Primary Historian, and author David Reuwer, Historian. Chapter Regent Paddy Bell and Historic Preservation Chair Joy Scully presented the awards during the April 9 meeting of the chapter.