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Feb 24 2021

Alan Fleming Tennis Tournament Returns This Fall

By Dale and Patti Leibach for The Island Connection After being canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19, the 37th annual Alan Fleming Senior Clay Court Tennis Tournament will be held Columbus Day weekend at the Seabrook Island Racquet Club. The tournament for players 35 and older will be held Oct. 7-10. The tournament has been …

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Feb 24 2021

A Common Voice

By Brian Sherman For The Island Connection Every beach along the South Carolina coast is unique, but each of them is blessed with the same natural beauty and in many ways burdened by similar natural and man-made issues. This symbiotic relationship was a major reason South Carolina Beach Advocates (SCBA) was formed in 2014, and …

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Feb 23 2021

2021 PGA Championship To Be Played With Limited Number Of Spectators On-site

By Arielle Alpino for Island Connection The PGA of America today announced that the 2021 PGA Championship will be contested with a limited number of spectators on-site, May 17-23, at The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island (S.C.) Golf Resort. Collin Morikawa will defend the 2020 PGA Championship he won with no spectators present last August …

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Feb 19 2021

Kiawah Spirits Announces Expansion To New Location

By Loren Beadle for Island Connection Island Sport, LLC is excited to announce the expansion of Kiawah Spirits into a new location in Freshfields Village on Kiawah Island.  As of Jan. 11, Kiawah Spirits is now located at 615 Freshfields Drive on Kiawah Island. This new retail space is located between SeaCoast Sports and Outfitters …

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Feb 19 2021

Volvo Car Open To Be Conducted Without Fans

By Arielle Alpino for The Island Connection The Volvo Car Open, the premier women’s only professional tennis tournament in North America, will be held as scheduled, April 3-11, 2021, in Charleston without fans. With public health and safety as the event’s top priority, the tournament will forgo its traditional on site fan environment to create …

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Feb 18 2021

The Citadel Unveils Bastin Hall, A New Way To Do Business

By Kimberly Keelor for The Island Connection That statement is even truer than it sounds. Bastin Hall, The Citadel’s first academic building to be constructed in three decades – is the gleaming new home for the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business (BSB). With the finishing touches being put in place as the spring …

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Feb 17 2021

Early Bird: America’s Beloved Purple Martins Return To South Carolina

By Purple Martin Conservation Association for The Island Connection In a sure sign that spring is not far behind, the first Purple Martins of the year have been spotted in South Carolina. The birds were seen on Jan. 25 in the small town of New Zion by a Purple Martin enthusiast – one of many …

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Feb 16 2021

Kiawah Island House Tour Hosts 20th Annual Showcase

By Kiawah Women Supporting the Arts for The Island Connection The board of Arts, etc. is happy to announce that the 20th annual House Tour will take place this spring on May 7. All COVID-19 protocol will be in place and they feel sure that a safe event can take place. There will be five …

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Feb 15 2021

Seabrook Island Artist Guild: Angela Trotta Thomas

By Seabrook Island Artist Guild for The Island Connection Angela Trotta Thomas is the premier toy train artist in America and one of the few women painters of classic automobile fine art. She is the only artist ever licensed by Lionel Trains LLC. She has been a realist painter since receiving a Master’s degree in …

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Feb 15 2021

Hands Of Christ Supports More Than 50,000 Lowcountry Students

By Hands of Christ for The Island Connection Since 2003, Hands of Christ has provided school uniforms and school supplies to over 57,000 children in Charleston, Berkley, Dorchester and Colleton Counties and other areas throughout South Carolina. Thirteen churches served as distribution sites in 2019 where plans were in place to serve 4,800 children, grades …

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