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May 04 2012

Seabrook Town Council – April 24, 2012

Financials Mayor Holtz reported on the Town’s budget, noting that revenues are $33,809.85 below budget for the month, but $9,068.04 over for the year-to-date. Expenditures are $3,384.54 less than budgeted, with excess of revenues over expenditures coming in at $37,194.39 less than budgeted for the month, but $6,984.29 over for the year-to-date. “The year is …

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Apr 27 2012

Johns Island Plant Swap and Sale

Provided by Charlotte Glover The Magnolia Garden Club of Johns Island bi-annual plant swap and sale will take place on Saturday, May 5, from 10-2 at Berkeley Electric at 3351 Maybank Highway. Bring plants to swap or come to shop! For more information, please visit http://magnoliagc.org

Apr 26 2012

Bio-Identical Hormones a Natural Remedy to Side Effects of Aging

By FitMed Partners Bright McConnell, MD, often hears from his patients at FitMed Partners that they worry that menopause or male androphase could destroy their marriages on top of their self esteem. In women, he sees weight gain, hot flashes, aging skin, and bone loss. He hears from men who are depressed, overweight, forgetful, or …

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Apr 25 2012

Computer Corner: Spring Cleaning!

By Bob Hooper, a.k.a. Rent-A-Bob  Spring is here and it’s time to do some cleaning on your computer. If you find it slowing down and not running the way it was when you bought it there are some tools you can use to increase your speed if you’re running Windows Xp/Vista/Windows 7. Over time, most …

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Apr 25 2012

What’s Hot!: Home Safety, a Seven Day Plan

By Captain James T. Ghi Safety is a top priority in our lives. According to the Home Safety Council, less than one-third of homeowners make any safety improvements. Some aren’t sure what actions to take and some state that they don’t have enough time to do the necessary improvements. If you aren’t sure what actions …

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Apr 24 2012

Boaters Urged Caution As Manatees Return To S.C.

Provided by SC DNR The first manatees of the season have been spotted along the coast of South Carolina, which means the S.C. Department of Natural Resources is again reminding boaters to be on the lookout to avoid collisions with the endangered animals. With an estimated population of only 3,000 animals in U.S. waters, manatees, …

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Apr 24 2012

Show Your Lawn Some Love

Provided by Sherry and Greg Tucker at All Seasons Mulch Market & Landscaping Supplies and resources at Clemson.edu/extension Whoever first uttered the idiom “Hey, why don’t you go watch the grass grow,” to indicate somebody with nothing better to do has never been in the Carolina Lowcountry in the spring. Our grass doesn’t just grow …

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Apr 24 2012

The Royal Touch

By Kristin Hackler “Like a breeze blowing through a Charleston garden.” That’s the way Helen Royal, mother of local potter Christian Royal, describes his work. Gently rippled edges accent many of his pieces, undulating organically around a central image of pressed leaves or an intricate pattern of Victorian lace. The colors vary from antique white …

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Apr 23 2012

Last of the Season

By Lisa Cermak The final meeting of the season for the Seabrook Island Garden Club will be held on Friday, May 11, at the Lake House beginning at 9 a.m. Members are invited to bring arrangements inspired by the unique creations demonstrated by Martha Lehane, nationally recognized flower show judge, at the April meeting. Projects …

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Apr 23 2012

Doing the Honors

By Sam Reed The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club awarded a $4,000 scholarship to Aaron Willis, a Charleston Collegiate senior headed to The Citadel who was also the Club’s 2012 Youth of the Year. Three other students – Deborah Frasier, Bridgette Smith, and Monique Smith – also received a $2,500 scholarship each on Youth Education evening. Administrators …

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