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  1. Mount Pleasant Reading Patrol

    February 18, All Day

    The Reading Patrol is a new program that builds a foundation of knowledge and trust for our youth and strengthens their relationship with the police department. Reading and literacy are key factors in school retention and graduation rates and the department believes that it is never too early to develop a lifelong love of reading. Our talented officers are building bonds with the youth of our community one book at a time. We want to preserve and build on that positive sentiment.

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Planning & Development

  1. Black History Month

    February 18, 7:00 PM @ Multiple Locations

    The Town of Mount Pleasant's Historical Commission announces the 2017 Black History Month celebrations taking place every Saturday during February. All events start at 7PM and are free and open to the general public. The events kick off on February 4th with history professor Donald West and Lee Brockington, Senior Interpreter at Hobcaw Barony, speaking on the Restoration time period at Friendship AME Church. The following Saturday the Plantation Singers will be returning for their third year of spirituals singing and a talk on sweetgrass baskets at Christ Church. February 18th features Michael Moore with the International African American Museum hosted by Long Point Missionary Baptist Church and closing out the month will be the Lowcountry Voices performing music at St. Andrews Episcopal Church on February 25th. More information may be obtained by contacting Chris Luly at 843.884.1229 or cluly@tompsc.com.

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Police Youth Programs

  1. Mount Pleasant Reading Patrol

    February 18, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    The Mount Pleasant Reading Patrol meets on the third Saturday of each month at Barnes and Noble for an hour of reading, followed by craft and giveaways. It is a free program geared to children ages 5 to 11 that builds a foundation of knowledge and trust for our youth and strengthens their relationship with the police department. Reading and literacy are key factors in school retention and graduation rates and the department believes that it is never too early to develop a lifelong love of reading. For more information, contact Sgt. Les Mauldin at lmauldin@tompsc.com or (843) 881-8242 or contact Youth Specialist Tia Egnor at tegnor@tompsc.com or (843) 849-2838, ext. 26664.

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