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May 08 2012

Recipe Of The Month: Beet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

By Helen Legare I’m not a beet fan but I’m a cake fan. This came to me from long time CSA member Pat Day. It’s a little more complicated than my normal recipes but well worth the effort. This beet cake recipe is similar to the one for carrot cake but with a bright red …

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May 08 2012

Fine Dining for your Dog

By Helen Legare Legare Farms has long been offering healthy meat choices with their antibiotic and hormone free beef, chicken, and pork. Now they are offering healthy choices for your four legged friends, too. Many experts consider commercial dog food unhealthy, leading many pet owners to make their own dog food. Dogs need a diet …

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May 08 2012

Fashion Show at Freshfields

Provided Calling all fashionistas and style mavens. It’s time for the Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center Fashion Show on Saturday, May 19, from 5 to 7 p.m. The event will feature a fashion show with over 50 complete, unique looks from Freshfields Village clothing retailers, accompanied by hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction. Rosanna Krekel …

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May 08 2012

Shark Washes Ashore on Kiawah

Charlotte resident Kevin Gill spotted the body of this shark, which appears to be a hammerhead, on Kiawah Island this morning as it was being removed for burial. No further information is available at this time.

May 07 2012

Be Sun-wise With Your Eyes

Provided The same sun rays that lead to skin cancer and premature aging of the skin are just as bad for your eyes, according to Dr. Brad Bodkin, optometric physician. The culprit is ultraviolet (UV) rays and because May is National UV Awareness Month, Dr. Bodkin encourages everyone to be “sun-wise with your eyes.” “Unprotected …

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May 07 2012

Cleaning Up Kiawah

Provided It was warm and muggy before 9 a.m. on the morning of Friday, April 27, but that didn’t stop a strong contingency of Kiawah Island residents from showing up at Town Hall for the Annual Great American Clean Up Day. Before heading out, each participant received trash bags, gloves, a reflective orange vest, and …

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May 07 2012

Thanks a Million

Provided The Roper St. Francis Foundation recently received a transformational commitment of $1 million from the Ronald H. Fielding family of Kiawah Island in honor of the late Donna M. Fielding. This generous, philanthropic gift will enable Roper St. Francis Healthcare (RSFH) to create a comprehensive cancer wellness program to better help patients and their …

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May 07 2012

Swinging Hammers at 2012 Habitat Women Build

Provided In the days leading up to Mother’s Day, construction crews of female volunteers raised their hammers at Sea Island Habitat for Humanity and other Habitat for Humanity construction sites across the country in recognition of National Women Build Week, an annual week-long project sponsored by Lowe’s. The mission of Women Build is to fund …

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May 04 2012

Healthy Choices

By Rodney Moore On April 24, The Citadel held the first ever Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Challenge. Angel Oak second graders worked diligently throughout the year to create a healthy choices advocacy campaign for the challenge. Mrs. Sterling deVries’ class of fifteen students and one clinical intern (Mr. Seagle, pictured with class) created …

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May 04 2012

Open Letter to the Residents of Seabrook Island from St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center

By The Rev. Robert S. Lawrence Dear Seabrookers, The relationship that St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center enjoys with the various entities of Seabrook Island, and most especially the residents, is one that from its inception has proven to be mutually beneficial. While St. Christopher sits tucked away at the far northwest end of the …

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