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Chandra Dillard named City History and Heritage Advisor

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State Representative Chandra Dillard is also director of community relations at Furman University.

State Representative Chandra Dillard, director of community relations at Furman University and a former member of Greenville City Council, has stepped up to assist the City of Greenville in preserving its storied and complex history through her appointment as History and Heritage Advisor. In her volunteer advisory capacity, Dillard will guide City Council on steps it can take to preserve, protect and promote a comprehensive and inclusive depiction of the city’s legacy.

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