Dillon Centennial

106 Richard Temple BLVD

Dillon, SC 29536

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Phone: (843) 775-8551

City: Dillon

Region: Midlands

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Dillon Centennial

The Dillon County Historical Society and the Dillon County Chamber of Commerce host "Celebrate the Dillon County Centennial" at the Lake View Community Center in Lake View, SC. There will be antiques crafts and an antiques appraiser on site.

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