David Lauderdale

April 13, 2013 7:28 PM

Lowcountry book club celebrates 100 years of page-turners

The book was closed Wednesday on a remarkable chapter of Lowcountry lore. The Estill Book Club ended its 100th year with a sprightly discussion of books, notable quotes and current events. And they had brunch served on china, silver and linen at the home of Anne McLaurin Lawton.

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