The Citadel has a multitude of events coming up in September.
The South Carolina Business Development Center will hold a workshop on Sept. 6 at 1 p.m. entitled “Get Your Business Online” to help small businesses connect with online customers. Sept. 11 will feature a commemoration by the Citadel Republican Society to remember the people lost in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. On Sept. 13, the public is invited to hear Professor Jim Hutchisson speak about his new book entitled "Ernest Hemmingway: A New Life."
Starting on Sept. 16, The Soldiers’ Angels Mobile Pantry is partnering with The Citadel and the Lowcountry Food Bank to provide food for 200 at risk and homeless veteran families in the Charleston area but registration is required by calling 210-629-0020. Food pickup is at The Citadel’s stadium parking lot at 69 Hagood Ave.
A walk to support Alzheimer’s will take place on Sept. 17 at Riverfront Park. The First Lady of The Citadel, Donna Rosa, will be in attendance.
“The man I knew as my father simply faded away. Now John’s mother is struggling with Alzheimer’s Disease,” Rosa said when describing her father’s battle with Alzheimer’s before his death in 2009, “My sister and I started our team, Daddy’s Darlings, to hopefully play a small part in finding a cure. Now it has grown to become The Citadel’s team. I am just so thankful for the support our community shows for finding a solution for this horrible disease.”
Sept. 20 will feature an evening with Dean Bill Trumbull as he recounts his travels to Cuba and the impact it had on both his personal and professional life.
For other events and information, contact The Citadel.
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