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Annual Original Gullah Festival held at TCL

By Lanier Laney

The 28th Annual Original Gullah Festival of South Carolina was held over this past Memorial Day weekend at Technical College of the Lowcountry. The event has grown since 1986 and attracts thousands of people to the area who see it as a time of reunion and fun with family and friends. There was a lot of wonderful food, music and a celebration of a great culture.

Photos by Bob Sofaly

 

The Red Horse Singers from Ocala, Fla., entertained an enthusiastic crowd during opening ceremonies for the annual Gullah Festival on Saturday at Technical College of the Lowcountry. The Native American singers are, clockwise from left, Calvin Conver, Mohawk; Daniel Reese, Lakota; Terrell Anguoe, Kiowa/Comanche; and Joseph Conver, Mohawk.
The Red Horse Singers from Ocala, Fla., entertained an enthusiastic crowd during opening ceremonies for the annual Gullah Festival on Saturday at Technical College of the Lowcountry. The Native American singers are, clockwise from left, Calvin Conver, Mohawk; Daniel Reese, Lakota; Terrell Anguoe, Kiowa/Comanche; and Joseph Conver, Mohawk.

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