Penn Center honored two people and one organization Saturday night at its 10th annual 1862 Circle Gala for their contributions to the center and to Gullah culture. The honorees were, from left, Joseph Opala and Ronald Daise and the Unitarian Universalists Fellowship of Beaufort, represented by the Rev. Nan White.
Penn Center honored two people and one organization Saturday night at its 10th annual 1862 Circle Gala for their contributions to the center and to Gullah culture. The honorees were, from left, Joseph Opala and Ronald Daise and the Unitarian Universalists Fellowship of Beaufort, represented by the Rev. Nan White.
Penn Center honored two people and one organization Saturday night at its 10th annual 1862 Circle Gala for their contributions to the center and to Gullah culture. The honorees were, from left, Joseph Opala and Ronald Daise and the Unitarian Universalists Fellowship of Beaufort, represented by the Rev. Nan White.

Penn Center honors local, cultural leaders during 10th annual gala

May 18, 2013 10:44 PM

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