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Beaufort History Museum announces Annual Meeting

Community-Beaufort History Museum

Museum members and the public are invited to attend the Annual Meeting of the Beaufort History Museum (BHM). The meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 9, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in the museum’s main hall, on the second floor of The Arsenal, located at 713 Craven St.

Current museum members will vote on a slate of new Board of Directors candidates. Individuals proposed by the Board of Directors are Donnie Ann Beer, Lorrie Burleyknowles, Carol Lauvray and Carla Marsh. BHM Members will also be able to suggest additional nominees.

Following the meeting, a dinner will be held at 7:00 p.m. at Southern Graces Bistro in the Beaufort Inn, 809 Port Republic St. The dinner will cost $25.00 per person. (Wine is not provided but guests may bring their own.) Reservations can be made by contacting BHM Board Member, Libby Holloway via email: libby@LibbyHollowayAppraisals.com, or by phone at: 843-379-0130.

The first 50 dinner reservations submitted will be accommodated. The deadline for making reservations for the dinner is Tuesday, February 3.

The Beaufort History Museum, which was founded in 1939, has evolved to focus specifically on the deep and rich history of the Beaufort District. It strives to manage and display artifacts and documents held by the City of Beaufort, telling the compelling stories of this area from the early 16th Century until modern times. The Beaufort History Museum maintains a website at www.beauforthistorymuseum.com.

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