The ECHS Alumni-Evans County Community Center will hold a celebration on August 31 emphasizing “The Rock,” the former ECH school, now Community Center and the establishment of an archive/museum exhibiting pictures, artifacts and more that tell the story of Evans County’s African American history and culture.
The artifacts can now be safely displayed thanks to an incredible $468,000 donation by the George W. “Jack” Strickland, Jr. Foundation.
For details about the all day activities beginning at 8:30 a.m. on August 31, pick up a copy of this week’s edition of The Claxton Enterprise. You can also subscribe by calling us at 912-739-2132 or set up your online account at www.claxtonenterprise.com. All subscriptions include access to our archives dating back to 1915!
By Rose Beasley, Staff Writer