Peachy the Magazine June July 2014 - Page 133

screening was offered in addition to a jazz concert in the heart of Charleston’s Hampton Park—yet another one of the “fortunate convergences” of the Charleston Parks Conservancy. For Charleston residents, both natives and transplants alike, the contributions of the Conservancy have been invaluable. “The sheer joy and pleasure of strolling and admiring the beauty of one of Charleston’s parks is something one should not miss while visiting the Holy City,” said Conservancy supporter and Charleston native Lesa Watts. “The CPC is providing an incredible service to our city, its residents and visitors. Through the restoration and preservation from the Conservancy our parks will continue to be an oasis for future generations to enjoy.” n R EA S ONA B LE R EDES I G N The Wry Home SUMMER 2014 THEW RY HOM E. COM THE TABLE’S NOT SET UNTIL IT ’S POLISHED! | 843.718.1687 JUNE JULY 2014 131