Members Excited About Charleston

EMLF asked members who have been to Charleston, SC some favorite things they plan to do when they visit Charleston for the Annual Institute, June 18-20.

LSU professor Keith Hall, a member of the newsletter committee, has been encouraging his students to take advantage of the Schetroma Travel Grant so they can attend, too.

“I like walking around the Historic District and seeing the colorful houses along Rainbow Row. A walk or jog along the waterfront is fun, too. Some of my friends really enjoy the horse-drawn carriage tours,” Hall said. “If you have a couple of hours, I suggest taking the tour of Fort Sumter. A ferry will take you out into the harbor and let you out on the island where Fort Sumter sits. It is neat to see where the first shots of the Civil War were fired over 160 years ago. And if you work up an appetite touring and walking, I suggest trying the she-crab soup and one of the steaks at Hall’s Chophouse. While you are there, it won’t hurt to try one (or two) of their cocktails!”

Erin Magee is looking forward to seeing old friends, the shops on King Street and taking in South of Broad, a district dating to 1721 known for its antebellum mansions, cobblestone streets and ancient oaks.

David Morrison can’t wait to see his daughter, son-in-law, and grandson, eat the “best seafood on the east coast,” especially the shrimp and grits, go the open-air market, and do some dolphin watching in Charleston Harbor (pictured above).

Make your own great memories by registering for the Annual Institute here, early bird rates have been extended through June 1!

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