13th Annual Southeastern Regional Trip

13th Annual Southeastern Regional Trip"A Historical Legacy:  Celebrating African Traditions in America"
Friday, March 30 - Monday, April 2, 2018 | Charleston, SC

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  • Explore Charleston's ubiquitous African American History & Gullah Geechee
    Culture via guided bus tour of downtown Charleston, the Charleston
    peninsula - James & Johns Islands. 
  • Experience an inclusive look at one of America’s premier destinations with
    emphasis on area African American history & culture. 
  • Visit Mother Emanuel AME Church
  • See the majestic Avenue of the Oaks at Boone Plantation
  • Visit original slave cabins on one of the country’s oldest plantations. Each cabin
    present different themes in telling of the Black history story. We will get a first-hand
    look of different aspects of daily life and how African Americans worked and
    lived on a plantation.
  • Learn about the rich history of Gullah history, culture, dialect and cuisine
  • Amazing Jack and Jill Race exploring the city of Charleston
  • Exciting activities for tots through teens
  • Special Jack and Jill Easter service and brunch
  • Enjoy recreational activities on beautiful isles of Palms Wild Dunes Resort
    (kayaking, golf, biking, and other beach activities)
  • Jack and Jill impacts and give backs with hands-on community service