1.Neeses Town Hall
6357 Savannah Hwy
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2.Norway Town Hall
8438 Savannah Hwy
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3.Salley Town Hall
161 Railroad Ave N
Chitlin Strut Salley, SC. You can't get from one side of town to the other during this event. We were stuck in traffic for an hour.
4.Springfield Town Hall
1505 Georgia St
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5.Springfield Town Hall
811 Springfield Rd
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6.Swansea Town Hall
300 W 3rd St
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7.Blackville Town Hall
213 Lartigue St N
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