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Mar 04 2011

Celebrate spring with the Respite Care Golf Tournament: Respite Care Ministries’ 7th Annual Golf Tournament this March 21

This March 21, Respite Care Minstries will hold their 7th Annual Golf Tournament on Seabrook Island. All proceeds raised during the event will be used to offset the costs of providing care and support to families affected by Alzheimer’s disease or a related form of dementia. Tournament sponsorships are available from $100 to $2000, but …

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Mar 04 2011

No green eggs and ham at this dinner! Going Green for Habitat auction and dinner, March 13

Provided by Sea Islands Habitat for Humanity On Sunday, March 13, Cassique on Kiawah Island will be turned into a sea of green as friends and supporters of Sea Island Habitat for Humanity come together to raise funds and awareness for the affiliate’s green building projects. The St. Patrick ’s Day themed event will feature …

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Mar 04 2011

Freshfields festival kicks off spring: Spring package offered for a weekend on Kiawah

Freshfields Village will welcome the start of spring on Saturday, March 19, at the Spring Kickoff Festival. From noon until 4 p.m., guests can take part in a variety of nature-based activities, check out marine vendors, and enjoy live music and interactive activities for the whole family. Kiawah Island Golf Resort Nature Program will also …

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Mar 04 2011

Op-Ed: Johns Island Roads: Unsafe At Any Speed!

By Dr. Paul Roberts and Joe Croughwell One of the major arguments for building the Sea Islands Greenway is that the existing roads are unsafe. The best way to correct the problem is to build a new road to modern highway design standards on a protected alignment. The critics of this approach argue that problems …

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Mar 04 2011

Op-Ed: Questioning our councils

by Harry Polychron I’ve lived on Seabrook Island for 14 years and have yet to meet a single Seabrooker who arrived here because he fell off a turnip truck. I doubt there are too many Kiawah residents that fit that description either, but our town halls certainly treat us that way in regards to their …

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Mar 04 2011

Recipe for a fresh St. Patrick’s Day

By Louise Bennett, Rosebank Farms The rows stretching before me are appropriately green for March: brussel sprouts, collards and cabbage. Cabbage is an underappreciated vegetable, perhaps because it has been overcooked, boiled and/or “aged out”. Sidi and I enjoy cabbage both cooked and raw; however, cooked cabbage sautéed in olive oil is delicious. The cabbages …

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Feb 18 2011

Artist shows his WILD side

BY MEREDITH POWELL The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) begins today and lasts until Sunday, February 20, and this outdoor-orients arts and exhibitions weekend will be filled with artists similar to James “Jim” Nicholson. Along with being an avid outdoorsman and competitive shooter, Jim is a skilled artist and wildlife enthusiast; a passion which is clearly …

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Feb 18 2011

Kiawah Town Council – February 1, 2011

Special recognition of Leo and Carol Fishman “This is a fun and pleasurable thing we do, recognizing people who have served our community well over the past five, ten or fifteen years,” said Mayor Orban as he welcomed Carol and Leo Fishman to the front of the room. After more than twenty years combined service …

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Feb 18 2011

Johns Island Civic Club looking for successors

by Kristin Hackler While there weren’t enough members of the Johns Island Council present for an official meeting this past February 3, those in attendance welcomed Calvin Schuler, an 83-year-old resident of Johns Island, to speak about an interesting situation with the island Civic Club. Years ago, the old Johns Island Civic Club building was …

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Feb 18 2011

OP-ED: Why do we need safer roads on Johns Island?

By Sam Reed The issue of heavily traveled, yet unsafe and non-standard roads on Johns Island is not new. There has been lots of talk, but very little action. It is time to move forward or accept things as they are. Bohicket and River roads started out years ago as dirt lanes used by locals …

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