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Oct 31 2009

Dr. Jean visits Mt. Zion

By Sue Holloman The cafeteria at Mt Zion School was full of excitement as a large group of four, five and six year olds tried to contain themselves as they waited for a visit from Dr. Jean. They had listened to her CDs, sung along with her Silly Songs, learned how to Kiss Their Brains …

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Oct 31 2009

Cleaning for a Reason

For women undergoing cancer treatment, there are suddenly hundreds of little day-to-day activities which, after attending chemotherapy treatments, become incredibly difficult to handle. One of these is simply keeping their house in order. In response to this need, Deborah Sardone, a 26 year veteran of the residential cleaning industry, began Cleaning for a Reason. Through …

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Oct 31 2009

12th Annual Kiawah Tour of Homes

On Saturday, November 7, 2009, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League will be hosting its 12th Annual Symphony Tour of Homes on Kiawah Island. Highlighted on this year’s Symphony House Tour will be six exquisite homes. All of them feature the finest architecture and interior design. Proceeds from the Symphony House Tour benefit the Charleston Symphony …

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Oct 31 2009

Seabrookers dominate LCTA Championship

On October 17, Seabrook Island resident Warren Kimball let his tennis team to win the LCTA 3.5 Super Senior 70 Flight Championship, earning them a berth in the Super Senior State Championships to be held at Wild Dunes on the Isle of Palms on November 5-8. And Seabrook Islander Mary Jane Zuccaro’s team will be …

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Oct 31 2009

As Ives Sees It: The Great Late Night Cookie Mystery

by Dwight S. Ives My parents were scientifically trained. My Mom is a retired registered nurse who taught us to read prescription directions three times before dispensing. My Dad majored in chemistry – first becoming a pharmaceutical salesman before dedicating his life to the family business of education. He introduced us to the use of …

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Oct 28 2009

Capt’n Sams Sheet Pile project SWPPP approved

According to a letter send from Greg Wahl, Stormwater Project Manager for DHEC, and Shannon Hicks, DHEC Stormwater Permitting and Certification Manager, to Ray Pantlik of Kiawah Development Partners on October 27, 2009, the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for the .6 acre Kiawah Sheet Pile Project has been approved and granted coverage under the …

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Oct 26 2009

Fall kayak trip to see the dolphins at Capt. Sam’s Inlet

Date: Sunday, November 1, 2009 Time: Arrive by 11:00 AM for departure at 11:30 AM. Place: Mingo Point, just outside of the main gate to Kiawah Island Please join us for our final 2009 season kayak trip on the Kiawah River to Captain Sam’s Spit. We are planning to view the entire length of the …

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Oct 21 2009

Oil spill in Charleston Harbor

If you’ve noticed a strange sheen on the ocean water over the past several hours, the reason is an unknown oil spill on Tuesday in the mouth of Charleston Harbor which has washed on to several nearby beaches. Mariners have reported tar balls, emulsified petroleum products and a ubiquitous oil sheen on the water, particularly …

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Oct 21 2009

Comp Plan survey

provided by Christopher Morgan The City of Charleston invites anyone who lives, works, or frequents the City to take a few minutes to respond to a quick on-line survey to help plan Charleston’s future. The Department of Planning, Preservation, and Sustainability is updating our City’s comprehensive plan (the backbone of all City plans), and we …

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Oct 17 2009

Charleston County to consider becoming a designated wastewater provider

Provided by the Coastal Conservation League Charleston County Council wants to hear from the public on Tuesday, October 20, whether or not the County should become a designated wastewater provider. What does that mean? If the County becomes a designated wastewater provider, they have the ability to review wastewater (sewer/septic) needs and requests in the …

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