Beaufort: The Next 300 Years
Chronicling the area's history is an important function of the Beaufort Three-Century Project, but it isn't the organization's only function, or even its most important.
Beaufort's tricentennial is also the perfect time to embark on a clear roadmap for the future. From the project's beginning in January 2008 through its conclusion in January 2011, by looking back at our history, the Beaufort Three-Century Project will strive to help the community answer questions about what is important to Beaufort, what defines her, who we are as Beaufortonians, who we aspire to be as ancestors to future generations, what we value, and what we can do to ensure that this legacy and sense of place — this place — endures long into the future.
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