Mary Kremkau 847-712-6357 email@example.com
Kate deBarros 910-477-9099 firstname.lastname@example.org
A think tank committee will come up with the ideas for the programs. Each program will have a designated program coordinator.
Judy McCune 910-253-0470 email@example.com
Susan Harman 910-620-4897 firstname.lastname@example.org
Marion Gunther 910-253-7033 Richardandmarion3307@gmail.com
HOSPITALITY AND SUNSHINE
Sandy Ringenhbach 910-253-9484 email@example.com
Southport historian, Mussett Steck, took the Jackies on an historic slide tour presentation of the Trinity Methodist Church on Nash Street. This 1888 Church still contains its beautiful original woodwork and much of its original architecture. Mussett also led us through stories and recollections of Southport’s culture, both African Americans and Caucasians, working cooperatively. She and another historian, Donnie, physically toured us through the Mount Carmel AME Church (1814) on Lord Street, the oldest church in Southport, and the original location of the Trinity Methodist Church. The AME Church is currently undergoing renovation from damage sustained from hurricanes Florence and Dorian. Its original floor was able to be saved and restored. The Jackies were also able to celebrate Mussett’s contributions, and relocation to the Durham area, with coffee and cake. We wish Mussett the best.
Thanks to Bett Lewis and Mercedes Evans for organizing this wonderful event. they are.
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