Beaufort County Council issued a proclamation Thursday recognizing Jodie and Ed Dupuis, the founders of the May River Theatre Co., for the energy and creativity they have devoted to the arts over the years. Above, council chairman Weston Newton, center, presents the proclamation to the Dupuis. The presentation was made at council's meeting at the Bluffton Library.
Beaufort County Council issued a proclamation Thursday recognizing Jodie and Ed Dupuis, the founders of the May River Theatre Co., for the energy and creativity they have devoted to the arts over the years. Above, council chairman Weston Newton, center, presents the proclamation to the Dupuis. The presentation was made at council's meeting at the Bluffton Library. Jay Karr, Staff photo
Beaufort County Council issued a proclamation Thursday recognizing Jodie and Ed Dupuis, the founders of the May River Theatre Co., for the energy and creativity they have devoted to the arts over the years. Above, council chairman Weston Newton, center, presents the proclamation to the Dupuis. The presentation was made at council's meeting at the Bluffton Library. Jay Karr, Staff photo

PHOTO: May River Theatre founders receive proclamation from Beaufort County Council

November 15, 2012 08:21 PM

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