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The Imperative of the 2020 Election Is to VOTE!!

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Dear Club Members,  You must vote in this election if you have not already!  We have just lived through one of the most chaotic and turbulent summers in recent memory, much of it, if not all, have been created by a government that has not served the nation well.  It is not just the pandemic; it is […]

Felder to serve as S.C. State Homecoming parade marshal

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South Carolina State University alumnus Ned Edward Felder will serve as the parade marshal for this year’s Homecoming parade. A native of Charleston, Felder is the former president of the South Carolina State University National Alumni Association’s (SCSUNAA) Washington, D.C., chapter and a charter member of the association’s Military Alumni chapter. He is a life member […]

Meeting Minutes November 14, 2015

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The Charleston, SC Club of Washington, DC Meeting Minutes November 14, 2015 Attendees: Dolores Abrams Julia Harris Ralph McNeill Bobby Brown LaShanka Bennett Kenneth Brown Paula Edwards Clarence McNeill Ben Randall Lanard Geddings Mignon Clyburn Bernice Johnson Brenda Owens Carl White Denise Russell-Fleming Arnette White Velveeta Black Rosalie Randall Angela Martin Marvella Brown Bobby Brown […]

With Deep Sympathy

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The members of The Charleston South Carolina Club of Washington DC extends their sympathy and words of comfort to the families and friends of those lost in the tragedy at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church, Charleston, SC. We the members will continue to pray for your comfort, peace and strength through the love of […]

Fit for a Funeral Home

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By Elizabeth Pandolfi Herbert Fielding, 91-year-old, doesn’t look retired. When I meet him, he’s sitting in his dark-paneled office at the Fielding Home for Funerals, the family business where he’s spent the last 70 years or so working, dressed to the nines in a tan suit with a pale striped tie. The only hint that […]

Origin of the Gullah

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    The Gullah people are the descendants of the slaves who worked on the rice plantations in South Carolina and Georgia. They still live in rural communities in the coastal region and on the Sea islands of those two states, and they still retain many elements of African language and culture. Anyone interested in […]