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State Park celebrates Huntingtons with annual 3-in-1 Day

  • Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Anita Crone/For Inlet Outlook Local artist Barnie Slice paints in the Atalaya courtyard.

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About 100 people gathered at Atalaya, the South Carolina home of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington, on Monday to celebrate the birthdays and anniversary of the couple.

Warren Umstead led a tour of the Moorish-style house, while volunteers with the Friends of Huntington Beach State Park laid out the tea service for the tea party, complete with sweets, that let modern-day visitors shared in the celebration.

Sandra Barnes was on hand with her photographs, Peter F. Warren offered his latest book, “The Horry County Murders,” and local artist Barnie Slice painted in the Atalaya courtyard.

This is the first year that the Friends sponsored a tea party to celebrate the occasions.

Previously, the organization sponsored a birthday party.

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