Willard Outlaw, one of the founders of the Beaufort Water Festival, reminisces Monday about water skiing during the early years of the festival. He is one of the contributors to an exhibit in the Beaufort History Museum of memorabilia from past festivals. The museum is in City Hall.
Willard Outlaw, one of the founders of the Beaufort Water Festival, reminisces Monday about water skiing during the early years of the festival. He is one of the contributors to an exhibit in the Beaufort History Museum of memorabilia from past festivals. The museum is in City Hall. Jay Karr
Willard Outlaw, one of the founders of the Beaufort Water Festival, reminisces Monday about water skiing during the early years of the festival. He is one of the contributors to an exhibit in the Beaufort History Museum of memorabilia from past festivals. The museum is in City Hall. Jay Karr

New exhibit tells story of Beaufort Water Festival's past

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