Hall of Fame

  • Monday, March 24, 2014

  • Updated Thursday, March 27, 2014 11:57 pm

Chris Sokoloski/Times Members of Mabel Mercer Hamilton’s family gathered to see her inducted into the Georgetown County Women’s Hall of Fame last week.


Mabel Mercer Hamilton, a beloved former teacher at Winyah High School and founder of Georgetown County’s Hospice, was inducted into the Georgetown County Women’s Hall of Fame last week. Members of her family, Georgetown County Museum staff and volunteers, and Winyah High graduates gathered at DeBordieu Clubhouse last week for the induction luncheon. Hamilton daughter’s Molly Mercer, spoke, and Brenda Stroup, the former executive director of Tidelands Community Hospice, gave the keynote address.


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