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KRIS MANNING AND OSCEOLA’S MUSE


Posted By on Aug 20, 2019

Our kickoff program September 17 is going to be truly special. Not only will we get a sneak preview of the program Osceola’s Muse but we’ll have a discussion taking us behind the scenes of the creative effort. We’ve already profiled one of our participants, artist Jonathon Green…this time we’re taking a look at Kris Manning. Kris Manning Many of you know Kris…Daniel Island resident, wife and Mom,...

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AUGUST NEWSLETTER


Posted By on Aug 18, 2019

In case you didn’t get it……https://mailchi.mp/abe64e8bb214/new-faces-and-new-programs?e=[UNIQID] Lots of great information about new programs, new faces and more!

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A MESSAGE FROM CHRIS FRISBY


Posted By on Aug 18, 2019

Dear Friends,  As much as we are about honoring our collective local and regional history, and preserving instructive remnants of the past, Daniel Island Historical Society is also very much about the future. Our new season of lectures and programming kicks off this September 17, Constitution Day, with a fantastic event you won’t dare miss, “Osceola Muse Preview.”  See below for lots more details. Along with a new season...

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MEET OUR NEW VICE PRESIDENT


Posted By on Aug 17, 2019

Our new Vice President is Jamie Monahan. A graduate of University of South Carolina and College of Charleston, Jamie has worked at BenefitFocus in a variety of roles since 2006. Blog

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We’ve told you how excited we are about our September 17 program “Osceola’s Muse Preview.” If you missed earlier posts, we’ll have a panel discussion and preview vignettes of this exciting production that will debut at Battery Gadsden (1917 I’On Ave on Sullivan’s Island) for four performances October 11, 12, 18 and 19, 2019 at 7:30. Check out their Facebook page. Our DIHS preview event will be at...

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MEET THE NEW DIHS SECRETARY


Posted By on Aug 12, 2019

Our new Secretary for DIHS is Kim Sermersheim. Here’s a brief bio: Originally from Southern Indiana Kim graduated from Purdue University with Bachelor of Science Degrees in Industrial Management and Civil Engineering.  He later earned an MBA at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.    Over a period of 30 years Kim lived in South America and Europe and worked as an Engineering and Management Consultant...

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