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Jun 19 2019

Kiawah Island Town Council Meeting: June 3, 2019

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Sr. Staff Writer Mayor Weaver made only one comment during his remarks to open the June 3 council meeting for the Town of Kiawah Island (TOKI). His voice sounded positive, but there was also a note of lament as he observed this was probably the last council meeting staff …

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Jun 18 2019

Indigo On Johns Island

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Senior Staff Writer The United States Congress officially recognized the contributions of the Gullah/Geechee peoples to American history on October 12, 2006. Acting under the authority of the National Heritage Areas Act, the legislature designated 12,000 square miles across 4 states as the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor. Encompassing …

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Jun 14 2019

Letter To The Editor: Stolen Flag

For a number of years now, the Kiawah Seabrook Exchange Club has worked diligently to provide the beautiful islands where we are so blessed to live with a glorious periodic remembrance for several important annual holidays. That remembrance is presented in the form of multiple flags of our great country, the United States of America, …

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Jun 13 2019

Beach Cruisers Raise Awareness

By Elena Gaudino for The Island Connection Timbers Kiawah – Ocean Club & Residences, the newest luxury residential offering on Kiawah Island’s beachfront in over 30 years, and Peter Millar, one of the most sought-after brands in the lifestyle apparel market, have partnered to create a limited edition beach cruiser to raise awareness for the …

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Jun 12 2019

Creamy Deviled Eggs

By Marilyn Markel for The Island Connection Serves 6 Ingredients:  6 eggs ¼ cup mayonnaise  1 Tbsp Dijon mustard  ½ tsp Onion Obsession blend  ½ tsp (about 30 grinds) Herbal Garden blend  ½ tsp Pink Pepper Berries, crushed with a spoon Instructions: In a saucepan cover eggs with at least 1 inch of water and …

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Jun 12 2019

When There’s Too Much Fun In The Sun

Summer in the Lowcountry is perfect for beaching, boating and surfing – but if you’re not careful, you could end up needing medical attention. Before heading out on a summer day, learn when you should seek medical care for yourself or for loved ones who’ve enjoyed a little too much summer sun. Sunburns are a …

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Jun 11 2019

Financial Planner Kathy Landing Announces For Congress

By Michael Mule for Island Connection Conservative Republican Kathy Landing – businesswoman, financial planner, military wife, mother, and public servant – made her official announcement of candidacy for South Carolina’s First District today before a large crowd in Mount Pleasant. Landing stressed her experience as a financial professional as an extremely important need in Congress …

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Jun 11 2019

Nathalie Dupree Wins The Charleston Symphony Orchestra League Pursuit Of The Podium

By David Savard for The Island Connection Nathalie Dupree won Pursuit of the Podium. She conducted the “Thunder and Lightning Polka” by Johann Strauss during the Sunset Serenade Concert, Friday night, May 24 on the steps of the US Custom House, East Bay St.  Dupree authored fourteen cookbooks that began the New Southern Cooking movement. …

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Jun 11 2019

Prepare For Hurricane Season

  As the 2019 hurricane season officially begins, Atlantic Shield Insurance Group would like to provide you with some helpful tips to help your household prepare, organize and prioritize. One of the biggest challenges is knowing where to start and how to take some initial actionable steps. We believe the best preparation takes place well …

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Jun 10 2019

Seabrook Island Artist Guild June 2019 Artist Of The Month

By Sharon Peck for The Island Connection A Seabrook resident and member of the Seabrook Island Artist Guild for several years, Linda Bell has always been interested in creative endeavors from sewing to carpentry to gardening. Drawing and painting have always been on Bell’s “round tuit” list. She had sets of oil and acrylic but …

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