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Liberty Square, Concord Street, Charleston, SC
Friday, May 10, 2019, 10am – 2pm

“Who: The Federal Executive Association of the Greater Charleston Area

What: The FEA of Greater Charleston is hosting the Fifth Annual Government Agencies Expo where various federal and state agencies will educate the public about the many ways the government serves the community and makes life better for Lowcountry citizens.

More than 30 federal and state agencies and military organizations will have displays highlighting their missions, programs and initiatives, as well as have employees available to interact with and answer questions about their organization. Some of the agencies scheduled to attend are the South Carolina State Parks, U.S. Coast Guard, Department of Veterans Affairs, Social Security Administration, Customs Border and Protection, and SPAWAR, and displays will include a mini C-17 airplane, law enforcement dogs, survey boats, robots, fire suit, transport vehicles, and much more. Also, the Passport Center will be processing expedited passport applications with proper identification.

When: Friday, May 10, from 10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., with a kickoff ceremony at 9:30 a.m. featuring opening remarks from Mount Pleasant Mayor Will Haynie and a dog demonstration from the 628th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog Section.

Where: Fort Sumter National Monument at Liberty Square, Concord Street, Charleston, SC

Why: This powerful public outreach opportunity will provide an excellent platform to educate the public about agency missions while promoting the organizations’ value to the public. The government workforce keeps us safe, cares for our citizens and veterans, protects our borders, defends our nation and repairs aging infrastructure. Together they make our community stronger and enrich our lives.”

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