From left, Julius Scott, Lynn White-Ramos and Joe Ramos, all of Hilton Head Island, read the collection of posters describing the history and current mission of The Deep Well Project during The Deep Well Project's 40th anniversary celebration on Sunday afternoon at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head.  The celebration was sponsored by supporters of The Deep Well Project to say "Thanks" to the community.
From left, Julius Scott, Lynn White-Ramos and Joe Ramos, all of Hilton Head Island, read the collection of posters describing the history and current mission of The Deep Well Project during The Deep Well Project's 40th anniversary celebration on Sunday afternoon at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head. The celebration was sponsored by supporters of The Deep Well Project to say "Thanks" to the community. Delayna Earley
From left, Julius Scott, Lynn White-Ramos and Joe Ramos, all of Hilton Head Island, read the collection of posters describing the history and current mission of The Deep Well Project during The Deep Well Project's 40th anniversary celebration on Sunday afternoon at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head. The celebration was sponsored by supporters of The Deep Well Project to say "Thanks" to the community. Delayna Earley

Deep Well celebrates 40 years of helping those in need

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