Brockington Employees Support the 3rd Annual Lowcounty American Indian Expo

The 3rd annual Lowcountry American Indian Expo, organized by the Morgan Allen Platt Foundation and held at Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site on November 1-2, 2012, gave 2,000+ elementary and middle school students an opportunity to learn about Native American culture and lifeways. During a 1-hour tour, students observe and participate in Native dancing and drumming, Indian hunting techniques, stone tool manufacture, Native foodways, archaeology, and an obstacle course/Native games. Brockington’s Eric Poplin serves on the Expo organizing committee, and presented the introduction to archaeology during the event. Josh Fletcher and Charlie Philips assisted with set-up and Josh served as photographer for a selected class as they toured this year’s Expo venues.

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