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Pretty Place
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Pretty Place” , aka the Fred W. Symmes Chapel is one of the many buildings that make up YMCA Camp Greenville. The current chapel was constructed in 1941. Camp Greenville has been in existence since 1912 and covers 1600 acres. It is a year-round operation serving as a Summer Camp, Environmental Education Center, Group & Conference Center, and facility for weddings.
Copyright: Mike moody
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Uploaded: 28/04/2011
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: symmes; ymca; south carolina; chapel; camp
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