Historic church gutted to repair termite damage

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If you've been through Harleston Village and down Pitt Street, you've likely noticed all the scaffolding in front of Bethel United Methodist Church. Well, things are much crazier inside: The 1852 church has been almost entirely gutted and a maze of scaffolding erected to repair damage done by years of termites.

Head over to The Post and Courier for the story and be sure to check out their photo gallery of the work.

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