The Annual Meeting of the Friends of Charles Towne Landing on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 took place in Founders Hall, and featured on address by Dr. Richard Porcher, The Citadel Professor Emeritus of Biology. The title of Dr. Porcher’s illustrated lecture was “A Lowcountry Botanical Potpourri.”
Dear Friends of Charlee Towne Landing:
The Annual Meeting of the Friends will on Tuesday, September 9, 2014, in Founders Hall. The meeting will begin at 5:30 pm, with reports by Rob Powell, Park Manager, and by the chairs of the standing committees of the Board of
Race the Landing races are going GREAT!! Healthy Charleston Challenge and Roper Saint Frances Hospital has joined the fun! Our timing company has joined the fun by offering $200 to any Male or Female that
In this issue of the snail-mail Newsletter, you will find articles by Board of Directors members Sarah Stuhr, Betty White, Haywood Titchener and Lisa Deaton; Park Manager Rob Powell, and Animal Forest Curator Jillian DeJorge-Davis. Their articles cover the broad spectrum of activities and programs at
The first annual Volunteer-Staff Appreciation Dinner, following many years of honoring volunteers only was hosted by the Friends of Charles Towne Landing on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. The Friends wanted to honor
During the month of May the Animal Forest highlighted Bear Awareness Month. This week long event informed participants on the proper way to camp in bear country.
For example, never stash snacks inside your tent. Always keep them 200 feet away from your campsite. Food preparation areas
It had never, ever occurred to me during the four years since becoming an almost daily walker in Charles Towne Landing and proudly wearing my “self-dubbed” title, #1 Rainbow Chaser, that I would NOT be able to rainbow chase regularly. But my regular rainbow chasing on
The Semi-Annual Belk Charity Event was held on May 3rd, 2014. The Sale was a private, four-hour sale was dedicated to supporting local non-profit organizations. Participating charities sold $5 tickets to this event. Charles Towne Landing kept 100% of the proceeds from every ticket sold at
Thank you to the Charleston Trees Committee of the Charleston Horticultural Society for awarding Charles Towne Landing The Outstanding Tree Award for the Allee of Oaks. The Allee is located in front of the Legare Waring House.
It was three years ago in mid-May 2010 when my serious love affair with Charles Towne Landing began. I decided that walking regularly would be a key to my longevity. How much walking? 10,000 steps per day seems to be the magic number from those who