On Display February 22- March 25, 2018
In 2008, the Spartanburg Regional History Museum, in partnership with the City of Spartanburg, began to recognize individuals who go above and beyond in helping to make the best possible community in Spartanburg. Many volunteer in established organizations while others create new ways to serve. In whatever positive manner they have chosen to make Spartanburg a better place to live, work, and play, SCHA recognizes them as “Community Weavers”.
This year, we are honor all former recipients in an exhibit displaying their contributions to Spartanburg.
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