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Date registered: June 12, 2009

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  1. Respite Care Charleston Raises $25,000 At Annual Event — November 18, 2017
  2. Letter To The Editor: Charleston Deserves National Cemetery — November 18, 2017
  3. Carol Preisinger Receives 2017 LPGA National Teacher Of The Year Award — November 17, 2017
  4. Charleston Coastal Choir Auditioning New Members — November 15, 2017
  5. Seabrook Island Artist Guild Holiday Art Show And Sale Features Original Works — November 14, 2017

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  4. Local café finds new home on the Stono: Stono Café opens at St. Johns Yacht Harbor — 4 comments
  5. James Island officially opposes I-526 extension — 3 comments

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Nov 11 2017

Calling All Hoosiers

By Valerie Doane for The Island Connection Seabrook Island residents are preparing for the 7th Annual Indiana Day on Dec. 4 to celebrate the 201st anniversary of the state’s admittance into the Union on Dec. 11, 1816. The gathering has become an annual event which includes food, drinks, games, prizes, and singing all with a …

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Nov 11 2017

DHEC Holds Public Hearing Over Jurisdictional Lines

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Sr. Staff Writer Blair Williams, Manager of Wetland Permitting with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control division of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management opened the public hearing on SC’s new shoreline development regulations in the usual manner. He called for a four-minute time limit on comments …

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Nov 09 2017

Sweetgrass Garden Growing Goodness

By Paula S. Osborne for The Island Connection If you have ever traveled along Plow Ground Road as you head into Charleston, you have passed by Sweetgrass Garden Co-op. You cannot tell from the road, however, that this modest two-acre parcel produces thousands of pounds of food each year to feed under-resourced residents of Johns …

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Nov 03 2017

Mayland’s “Petite Paintings” At Lake House

By Monique Sporn for The Island Connection Tina Mayland will be the featured artist at the Seabrook Island Lake House during the month of November. Her “Petite Paintings” exhibit will offer art lovers a selection of smaller works just in time for the holidays. Mayland, a well-known and respected member of the art scene in …

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Nov 02 2017

Katriel Srebnik Presents Painting Clothed Figures Program For Seabrook Island Artist Guild

By Monique Sporn for The Island Connection Katriel Srebnik’s artwork has earned thirty-one national awards, including three Awards of Excellence from the Oil Painters of America; the President’s Award from the American Impressionist Society; Best of Show from the Academic Artists Association and Texas Art Museum; First Place from the National Society of Artists and …

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Nov 01 2017

Seabrook Island Winter Dog Rules Begin November 1

The Island Connection Staff Report The Town of Seabrook Island is responsible for the rules regarding dogs on the beaches. As a reminder, dogs must be on leash above the high water line at all times.  Below the high water mark, there is a designated area of 550 yards to the east of Boardwalk #1 where …

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Nov 01 2017

Mother Nature Shined On Garden Tour

By Wendy Sang for The Island Connection When it comes to the challenges of gardening on a barrier island, local gardening expert Patti McGee summed it up this way: “Well, in the two short years since we’ve had this property, we’ve gone through one hurricane and two major floods.” Fittingly, the theme of Charleston Horticulture …

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Oct 31 2017

Public Input Sought For Seismic Testing

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Sr. Staff Writer The Obama administration surprised conservationists and coastal communities alike early in 2015, floating the concept of allowing oil drilling in the Atlantic. Reaction from the South Carolina Environmental Law Project was immediate. SCELP, with help from grass roots organizations like No Drill SC, mobilized with the …

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Oct 31 2017

Dr. Edna DePaul

By Jennifer Meshanko for The Island Connection Dr. Edna DePaul had a successful dental practice in Mount Pleasant for 27 years. She is now sharing her talents and experience with those in need on the Sea Islands. Dr. DePaul was born in Pittsburgh, PA, where she lived until the age of 25. She met her …

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Oct 30 2017

Golden Bear Realty Hosts Art Reception

By Mike McManus for The Island Connection Golden Bear Realty will host an artist reception and exhibit of the work of Colleen Parker of Kiawah Island on Wednesday, Nov. 1 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. All local residents and friends are invited! This is the real estate office’s second event in their Local Art Initiative …

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