DCCRC hosts ‘History Speaks’

Founded in 1972 by Darlingtonian and Community Leader Mrs. Wilhelmina Johnson, the DCCRC is still going strong today, after over 50 years. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The Darlington County Cultural Realism Complex, Inc. (DCCRC) will host ‘History Speaks’ event on Saturday, March 11th at 2:00 pm at 302 Pearl Street.

‘History Speaks’ is a metaphorical “walk” down memory lane with a panel of Darlingtonians who will talk about growing up in Darlington and attending the old Bethel AME Church when it was housed at 112 Coker Street. (The building later became DCCRC’s Performing Arts Theater.)

We can’t know where we’re going until we know where we’ve been. The DCCRC Board looks forward to seeing you at 302 Pearl Street on Saturday, March 11th. If you have questions about this event, call 803-470-5870  or email  TheCRCCenter@gmail.com

Author: Stephan Drew

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