“Waveland” Picture Perfect Setting for Annual Cocktail Fete
Mr. & Mrs. George Thompson hosted the Goose Creek Association’s annual cocktail party on Friday, April 5 at “Waveland,” their beautiful, historic home built in 1833 by Henry Loughborough and later purchased by John Augustine Washington III, the great nephew of George Washington.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, “Waveland” looked stunning as the sun set on this Greek Revival mansion with over 120 members and guests enjoying its gracious, welcoming rooms. The setting was picture perfect for the wonderful country fete. The very special Golden Goose Award was given to three exceptional awardees this year: Dr. Rae Stone and Dolphin Quest, Dr. Emily Southgate, and Ms. Andrea Rosse for their consistent and prolific contributions to environmental conservation in the Goose Creek watershed.