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2010 

  Relocation information for Boeing Employees and Boeing Suppliers relocating to Charleston, SC So the good news is confirmed, you are a Boeing employee or Boeing supplier and you are relocating to Charleston, SC !!  You will love the area.  It's no problem to find entertaining things to do here....
03/22/2010
Dock St Theatre in Charleston, SC Today was another historical day in Charleston, SC.  The unveiling of the renovated Dock St Theatre in Charleston, SC.  Pictures say it all :                                              Dock Street Theatre, Charleston, SC
03/19/2010
                               Charleston, SC  First and Oldest of The Holy City             1700:   America's first public library, located on St. Philips Street      1706:  Oldest Surviving church, Old St. Andrew's Parish Church      1707:  America's first woman artist, Henrietta Johnson, portr...
03/17/2010
Happy St. Patrick's Day from Charleston, South Carolina - The Coburg Cow It's a tradition.....The Coburg Cow and her holiday fashions.  Today it happens to be St Patricks Day....next comes 4th of July, then Halloween, Thanksgiving, then Christmas.  Stay tuned for more to come.             St Patr...
03/16/2010
Proposed construction on Johns Island (near Charleston, SC) Harefield Ln off Brownswood Rd WOW....Live in a new home AND on 1.71 acres on Johns Island for $193,250 !!  3Br/2BA 1494 SF What more could you want....new home, lots of land, private and corner lot...customize options for your liking......
03/14/2010
Excitement is in the air in Charleston, SC, as we have waited three years for the unveiling of a $19 Million renovation at Dock Street Theatre.  Originally built in 1736, it is the first building in America to be built as a theatre.  The building is located at the corner of Church and Queen Stree...
03/14/2010
The Angel Oak Tree, located on John's Island, near Charleston, SC is said to be the oldest oak tree east of the Mississippi River.  The tree is believed to be over 1400 years old and is owned by the City of Charleston.  The park is open daily for visitors, and its' FREE. 
03/07/2010
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