Sam Carpenter, right, is shown here on his boat Mistress with Paul Mitchell Wednesday afternoon moored near Marsh Harbour Boat Yard in Lady's Island. Carpenter along with Mitchell and his wife will be leaving for Haiti this week to help build a multi-purpose building and a rain catcher to collect drinking water.
Sam Carpenter, right, is shown here on his boat Mistress with Paul Mitchell Wednesday afternoon moored near Marsh Harbour Boat Yard in Lady's Island. Carpenter along with Mitchell and his wife will be leaving for Haiti this week to help build a multi-purpose building and a rain catcher to collect drinking water. Sarah Welliver
Sam Carpenter, right, is shown here on his boat Mistress with Paul Mitchell Wednesday afternoon moored near Marsh Harbour Boat Yard in Lady's Island. Carpenter along with Mitchell and his wife will be leaving for Haiti this week to help build a multi-purpose building and a rain catcher to collect drinking water. Sarah Welliver

Lady's Island, Charleston residents to sail from Beaufort to Haiti for humanitarian work

November 01, 2012 06:59 PM

UPDATED November 01, 2012 08:11 PM

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