This profile was last updated on //
Is this you? Claim your profile.
Tamassee DAR School
P.O. Box 8
Tamassee DAR School is a private non-profit children's home and family service organization offering multi-faceted programs to serve children and families in crisis. Year round services are provided for up to 56 children in residence. Our programs and ser
Find other employees at this company (23)
(35 Total References)
Tamassee DAR Board Members - Tamassee DAR School
www.tdarschool.org, $reference.date [cached]
Dianne T. Culbertson, Chairman (SC)
Laurens County Chamber of Commerce | News & Events
www.laurenscounty.org, $reference.date [cached]
Historical Marker Dedication Dr. Rembert Owings, 102, assists Sarah Jane Armstrong and Dianne Culbertson of the Gray Court-Owings Historical Society at the unveiling of a historical marker at the Francis Rapley Owings home in the Owings Community on February 23.
Tickle and other residents have told ...
www.greenvilleonline.com, $reference.date [cached]
Tickle and other residents have told County Council the work is being done to create a "kayak trail" along the stretch of river that runs along property owned by Upstate Forever board member Dianne Culbertson that she leases to Upstate Forever.
bought the property with her
husband, who has since died.
husband approached the Department of Natural Resources at the time, and the agency agreed to stock the stream with trout.
"When we bought that property, we bought it for fishing," she
www.gcohistoricalsociety.org, $reference.date [cached]
Dianne Culbertson is a native ...
www.gsabusiness.com, $reference.date [cached]
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 Foreverâ€™s 2009 Land Conservation Champion in recognition of her remarkable achievements in the conservation field.