Sep 02 2017

Seabrook Island Artists Guild September 2017 Meeting

By Monique Boissier-Sporn for The Island Connection Charleston resident oil painter Hilarie Lambert will tell you she enjoys painting the familiar: vintage toys, notable architecture, or coastal scenes, but nothing about her work is “ordinary.” Through the filter of light in an egret’s wings in flight, or the way a newspaper crumbles under just caught …

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Sep 02 2017

League Of Women Voters Provides Info On Local Candidates

By Barbara Zia for The Island Connection Voting is the most powerful way to have citizens’ voices heard, and it is the core of our democracy. Voting’s a chance to stand up for what matters most to citizens and have an impact on the issues that affect them, their communities and their futures. Informed voters …

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Sep 01 2017

Seabrook Island Audit Report Presented

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Staff Writer Seabrook Island Town Council’s (SITC) August meeting began like so many others with the pledge and call to order. Complying with the Freedom of Information Act includes distribution of agendas in advance of council gatherings, and this month’s outline was brief and looked harmless enough, not appearing …

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Aug 30 2017

Deadline Approaching To Register For Seabrook Island Natural History Guild Fall Trips

By Norman Powers for The Island Connection Several of this fall’s SINHG expeditions still have openings for the curious and adventurous. The availabilities are for trips ranging from a backstage look at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center, a tour of the Primate Protection Sanctuary in Summerville, and a visit to Sweetbay Hydroponic Farm near …

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Aug 29 2017

5th Annual Kiawah Triathlon

By Jana Chanthabane for The Island Connection This year Kiawah Island Golf Resort is hosting the 5th annual Kiawah Island Triathlon on Sunday, Sept. 17. The action packed weekend kicks off on Saturday with packet pick-up and an all-day race expo held in Night Heron Park, featuring sponsors Blue Sky Endurance and special pre-race stretching …

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Aug 25 2017

Alligators Concern Kiawah Island Residents

By Meredith Poston for The Island Connection The Kiawah Island community is no stranger to alligator sightings. Island homeowners and visitors to Kiawah grow accustomed to seeing these magnificent, robust creatures sunning themselves alongside ponds and even on golf course sands. However, as familiar as these beasts may become, they remain animals to be regarded …

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Aug 25 2017

Judy Manzi

By Jennifer Meshanko for The Island Connection Long-time volunteer, Judy Manzi, has been serving in Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach’s food pantry and clothing room for over 10 years. She has touched so many lives over the years with her smile and kind words. Growing up in Stamford, Connecticut, Judy started volunteering at a …

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Aug 24 2017

Water Wellness Mission On Wadmalaw Island

By Paula S. Osborn for The Island Connection In 2017, given all the advances that have taken place in our country in travel, technology, and health care, it is hard to realize that many of our neighbors on Wadmalaw Island do not have well water that is suitable for drinking, cooking, or washing. When Seabrook …

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Aug 24 2017

Yappy Hour Series Continues In September

By Sarah Reynolds for The Island Connection Every dog’s favorite happy hour event is back this fall! Yappy Hour at the James Island County Park dog park returns with cooler weather on Thursday, Sept. 14. On select Thursdays each spring and fall, dogs and the owners who love them are invited to the dog park …

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Aug 22 2017

Mayor Tecklenburg Speaks At Kiawah Seabrook Exchange Club

By Lori Leary for The Island Connection Photos by Ed Leary Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg and his wife, Sandy, were welcomed to the Seabrook Island Club on Wednesday, Aug. 2 by the Kiawah- Seabrook Exchange Club. The Mayor highlighted critical issues facing Charleston and the Lowcountry and possible solutions to better manage these problems. Affordable …

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