Palmetto tree sunset

The South Carolina Palmetto, or sabal palmetto, was made the official state tree in 1939. It was incorporated into the state flag 78 years earlier to represent Col. William Moultrie's victory over the British fleet in 1776 at the Sullivan's Island fort later named after him, which was made of palmetto logs and sand. File/Matthew Fortner/Staff

As we move into August, summer is winding down and we're trying to cling to what's left of it as much as we can.

In a couple weeks people will start trading the beaches and parks for classrooms and offices. As vacation season comes to a close, take some time this week to relive some of your summer memories with classic hits from over the years.

This week's trivia is all about the hottest hits of the season. See how well you remember the summers of years gone by in music.

 Check Charleston Scene each Thursday for new trivia quizzes.

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Matthew Clough is The Post and Courier's digital news producer. He joined the team in 2017 after graduating from the University of Kansas with degrees in journalism and English. He previously worked as an editor at The Kansas City Star.