Welcome the New Year with a low country boil hosted by the Hilton Head Chapter of the UGA Alumni Association on Thursday, January 12. All alumni and friends are invited to the Crazy Crab on Jarvis Creek at 6:00 p.m.
Join us as Dr. Matthew Sanger, assistant professor and co-director of public archaeology at Binghamton University in New York, discusses the oldest Native American sites on Hilton Head Island. Dr. Sanger is an expert on the ancient history of the South Carolina and Georgia coasts and will provide the history of Archaic Shell Rings, including the Sea Pines Shell Ring, where research is ongoing.This event costs $25 per person and includes a buffet of low country boil, oyster roast, sides, a beverage ticket and a $5 gift to the Women of UGA Scholarship Fund. Non-seafood items, such as sliders and chicken wings, will be available. All family and friends are invited, so feel free to bring a guest or two. Please register below to secure your spot.
The chapter looks forward to seeing you there for good food and good times. Don’t forget to wear your red and black. Go Dawgs!