DeMoulin Museum Olympic Display


DeMoulin in Greenville manufactured the uniforms for the 1996 Olympic Band in Atlanta, Georgia.

Saturday, a special display to honor the company, the band and its members was unveiled at the DeMoulin Museum. Approximately 40 people attended.

The band existed from 1992 until the Summer Olympics in 1996.

In attendance at Saturday’s ceremony were three members of that band, Lynne Snyder, Christy Cox Casher and Jill Womack Sewell, in addition to Jill’s parents, Claudia and Dennis Womack, who served as band chaperones and performed other duties at the Olympics.

All members of the Olympic band had to live in Georgia or attend college in that state.
The five visitors to Greenville were impressed with the DeMoulin Museum display.
Snyder was asked for her comments.

Sewell said she didn’t expect the display to be so massive.

The DeMoulin Museum, at 205 South Prairie Street in Greenville, is open now through August on Fridays from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m.

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