FOLLY BEACH, SC (WCBD) - The Lowcountry's tallest lighthouse made the night a bit brighter Saturday. The Morris Island Lighthouse was re-lit for the first time in over a decade on what was also the 140th anniversary of its first beacon.
Hundreds flocked the northern edge of Folly by car and boat to watch the lighthouse shine from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Crews from SCE&G outfitted the top of the tower with LED panels to simulate the cupola that has long been out of use.
The ceremony was part of a continuing fundraising effort by Save the Light, a group that is trying to restore the lighthouse to what it once was.
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