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Anne Pamela Cunningham's grave
Anne Pamela Cunningham was responsible for saving George Washington's Mount Vernon. Her work is carried on by the Moun Vernon Ladies Association of the Union. She is buried in the graveyard at the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia. Her grave is decorated with ivy from Mount Vernon.
Mary MacLeod Bethune
Mary MacLeod Bethune was an educator and Civil Rights leader. A native of Mayesville, she was the founder of Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Eartha Kitt was a native of North, S.C. and found her fame in the entertainment world. She is perhaps best known for playing Catwoman on the 1960s TV show, "Batman", and for that perennial holiday favorite, "Santa Baby."
Andie MacDowell, a native of Gaffney, is an actress that is perhaps best known for "Groundhog Day" and "Four Weddings and a Funeral" . After dropping out of Winthrop University after two semesters, she had been told, she "wouldn't go too far in acting;" She was awarded Winthrop's Gold Medal in 2004.
Vanna White, a native of North Myrtle Beach, has been turning letters on Wheel of Fortune since 1986. She also is an avid crocheter and has her own line of yarn, "Vanna's Choice."