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The Ashley-Alexander House -- built in 1835 in Scott -- was the setting for Scott Connection's Annual Spring Dinner on June 2.

The dinner -- benefiting the Scott Plantation Settlement -- was held on the grounds of the antebellum home owned by Bitsy Davis, and began with cocktails and a silent auction.

Dinner was catered by Woods Place of Camden and guests dined at round tables covered in navy tablecloths and centered with a variety of arrangements including candelabra, large vases of greenery, magnolia and green apples.

Scott Connections is a nonprofit that supports the Scott Settlement which has preserved historic buildings and items from the Scott area.

Gallery: Scott Connection’s Annual Spring Dinner

High Profile on 06/16/2019

Print Headline: Preserving history

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