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A Spot of Tea and a Bit of Cainhoy History
A Spot of Tea and a Bit of Cainhoy History

Sat, May 21


Cainhoy Elementary School

A Spot of Tea and a Bit of Cainhoy History

Time & Location

May 21, 2022, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Cainhoy Elementary School, 2434 Cainhoy Rd, Huger, SC 29450, USA

About the event

Don't miss this special event - A discussion with Herb Frazier and Fred Lincoln, two of the most knowledgeable people about the Cainhoy peninsula including its history, residents, current issues and possible future. · Audience questions will be welcome


Saturday, May 21st 

3 to 5 pm

Where: Cainhoy Elementary School - NOTE LOCATION CHANGE

2434 Cainhoy Road


A casual gathering with tea, small sandwiches, etc.


Members of the community, and

Local Rotary Club members,

- Daniel Island

- Cainhoy Peninsula

Brief Background of the Featured Guests:

Herb Frazier

Born in Charleston, Herb is an award winning reporter and author with national and international experience. A member of the Congressionally established Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission, he has a great interest in the preservation of Gullah Geechee culture in the low country and has written and edited several books including “BEHIND GOD’S BACK: Gullah Memories from Cainhoy, Wando, Huger, Daniel Island and St. Thomas Island”. Most recently he co-edited “UKWELI: SEARCHING FOR HEALING TRUTH which presents “personal truths learned about race relations in this country”. (Signed books will be available for purchase.)

Fred Lincoln

Raised in the Jack Primus neighborhood before living in New York, Fred returned to Cainhoy to become one of its community leaders. He helped organize the Cainhoy Fire Department, is President of the Wando Huger Community Development Corporation and has shown a passion to protect his community in this time of transition.

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