Mount Pleasant was recently featured in the Griffon, a quarterly publication distributed directly to their military members and families with additional distribution at bases and command centers around the country. Here’s a short snippet from the article. For the full article, visit the link below.
“Those seeking less of a buzz and more of a sugar remedy need look no further than the town’s Historic Old Village, where the Pitt Street Pharmacy has been serving up sensational milkshakes and malts since 1937. More history exists just outside the drug store’s doors, where a series of stately 19th century homes adorn the neighborhood. Fans of the movie, The Notebook, might recognize the Old Village as one of the settings for the movie’s fictional town, Seabrook.
Where Past Meets Present
More of Mount Pleasant’s deep-rooted history can be discovered at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, the state’s number one heritage attraction and the fourth largest naval museum in the country. Here, you’ll find the USS Yorktown, a decommissioned World War II vessel which has become a landmark fixture on the Charleston Harbor since its relocation to Patriots Point in 1975.”
Link to the PDF page flip version of the article: https://issuu.com/moorecreative/docs/griffon_spring_2017/46
Link to the article on the Griffon website: http://www.thegriffon108.com/Articles/Article-Detail/ArticleId/6241/Spring-in-the-Lowcountry