McClellanville Middle School

The former McClellanville Middle School is a historic property that sits in the center of Town. In effect, it is the anchor tenant that will shape the way forward for our community. It is one of the few signature facilities historically, culturally, and aesthetically that has the power to define our community. MCF has been […]

Preservation of the Working Waterfront

The McClellanville Community Foundation, in partnership with the McClellanville Watermen’s Association, is working together to preserve McClellanville’s working waterfront and local seafood industry. For the watermen this is not only their livelihood but it is also a way of life that is steeped in the Town’s history handed down from generation to generation. Preserving this […]

Old Bethel AME Restoration

Tucked away on Drayton Street in the village of McClellanville, South Carolina is a Historical Gothic Revival Church known as Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church. The first sanctuary for Bethel AME Church was built in 1872 by Mr. Paul Drayton, an African American architect and builder. Bethel AME Church became the first House of Worship […]