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Dianne Culbertson T.

President

Gray Court-Owings Historical Society

Direct Phone: (864) ***-****       

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Gray Court-Owings Historical Society

Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Upstate Forever

Corresponding Secretary
Rosemont Preservation Society

Co-Founder
Culbertson Backcountry Settlement

Member, Advisory Board
Laurens County Department of Social Services

Board Member
Laurens County Community Foundation

Board Member
Conservation Voters

Education

Bauder College

Kennedy Western University

Web References (35 Total References)


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Dianne Culbertson 864-876-2667


Dianne Culbertson is a native ...

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Dianne Culbertson is a native of Gray Court. She has been an active volunteer in her community, schools, and scouting. A graduate of Bauder College and Kennedy Western University, Culbertson has worked in interior design, banking, juvenile justice and social services. For the past decade, she has been heavily involved in historic preservation and conservation. Culbertson is founder and president of the Gray Court-Owings Historical Society, state chaplain of the SC Daughters of the American Revolution and vice chair of the Tamassee DAR School Board. She has served on the boards of Laurens County Community Foundation, Laurens County First Steps, Laurens County Museum, Rosemont Preservation Society, Conservation Voters of South Carolina, and the Joe Adair Outdoor Education Foundation. She has worked on the Laurens County Land Trust Task Force and was named Upstate Forever’s 2009 Land Conservation Champion in recognition of her remarkable achievements in the conservation field.


Dianne Culbertson is a native ...

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Dianne Culbertson is a native of Gray Court. She has been an active volunteer in her community, schools, and scouting. A graduate of Bauder College and Kennedy Western University, Culbertson has worked in interior design, banking, juvenile justice and social services. For the past decade, she has been heavily involved in historic preservation and conservation. Culbertson is founder and president of the Gray Court-Owings Historical Society, state chaplain of the SC Daughters of the American Revolution and vice chair of the Tamassee DAR School Board. She has served on the boards of Laurens County Community Foundation, Laurens County First Steps, Laurens County Museum, Rosemont Preservation Society, Conservation Voters of South Carolina, and the Joe Adair Outdoor Education Foundation. She has worked on the Laurens County Land Trust Task Force and was named Upstate Forever’s 2009 Land Conservation Champion in recognition of her remarkable achievements in the conservation field.


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Parents and other interested persons are also invited to attend," said Dianne Culbertson, president, Gray Court-Owings Historical Society. "Dressed in period attire, story tellers will portray historical figures of Laurens County and tell stories of Upper S. C. The lively and thrilling characters will come alive as we step back in time."

Laurens County is rich in history and numerous men and women through the years have played important roles, not only in Laurens County, but also in S. C. and America.
"Story telling was once a form of entertainment for young people as they sat alongside their parents' chairs in front of an open fire on a winter's evening," said Culbertson. "This is an art form that is vanishing and the Gray Court -Owings Historical Society is striving to keep this skill alive for future generations."
The cost for the story telling is $5 per person and refreshments are included in the fee. Proceeds will be used to fund additional projects sponsored by the Gray Court-Owings Historical Society.
"The society is planning a special event for every month of 2010," said Culbertson.
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"Join the Gray Court-Owings Historical Society as we sit beside the fireplace, sip cider or hot chocolate, make memories and keep the past alive," said Culbertson.


Conservation Voters of South Carolina

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Dianne Culbertson: Dianne is Treasurer of the Joe Adair Outdoor Education Center Foundation in Laurens, President of the Gray Court-Owings Historical Society and a board member of the Laurens County Historical Society.She also serves on the advisory board of the Laurens County Department of Social Services.Dianne is a psychology graduate and has worked with juvenile justice and social services in Laurens County.She is active in her church, the local schools, and community affairs.She and Charles reside in Gray Court and are members of the Low-country Land Trust.

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