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The Port Royal Sound Foundation held its Maritime Center Exhibits Kick Off on November 9 at Lemon Island with almost 200 people in attendance.  Residents of Callawassie Island presented the Foundation a check for $75,000 to become the first community to reach a naming opportunity for the soon-to-be-renovated Maritime Center.  Pictured in the photo are (left to right):  Tom Cameron - major supporter from Callawassie Island who presented an additional check that evening; Judy Almand - Port Royal Sound Foundation Executive Director; Mike Long - Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Port Royal Sound Foundation; and Joe Tatarski - President of the Callawassie Island POA Board.
The Port Royal Sound Foundation held its Maritime Center Exhibits Kick Off on November 9 at Lemon Island with almost 200 people in attendance. Residents of Callawassie Island presented the Foundation a check for $75,000 to become the first community to reach a naming opportunity for the soon-to-be-renovated Maritime Center. Pictured in the photo are (left to right): Tom Cameron – major supporter from Callawassie Island who presented an additional check that evening; Judy Almand – Port Royal Sound Foundation Executive Director; Mike Long – Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Port Royal Sound Foundation; and Joe Tatarski – President of the Callawassie Island POA Board.
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