Extension to hold history camp in city
Clemson Extension 4-H History Explorers Camp will give youths ages 8-12 a chance to explore some of Charleston’s most famous historical sites and learn what life was like for Colonial Charlestonians.
Activities include a walking tour to the Aiken-Rhett House, Provost Dungeon and St. Michael’s Church; a boat ride to Fort Moultrie; visit to the Charleston Museum; and an opportunity to learn authentic weaving techniques used to make a sweetgrass basket and much more. The camp will be held 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. July 15-19 and costs $125. To register, contact Jennifer Schlette at jschlet@clemson. edu or go to http://bit.ly/ 16qYlJo.
Clemson program selling rain barrels
Clemson’s Carolina Clear Program is offering rain barrels for sale until May 27.
Barrels may be purchased for $63 each online and will be available for pickup from 9 a.m.-noon June 1 at the Charleston County Public Services Center on Leeds Avenue.See www.rainbarrel program.org/ashleycooper.
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