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Sep 29 2010

Red’s brings Marina into the black: Bohicket Marina business booming with arrival of Red’s Ice House

by Kristin Hackler For years, the Bohicket Marina slept in a quiet little crook of the Bohicket Creek. Occasionally it would come alive with the visit of the annual Governor’s Cup Billfishing Tournament and Rockville Regatta, and some summers ago it danced a shag or two under the stars as local bands played beach music …

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Sep 29 2010

Local businesses show they care: Blackbaud, Second Presbyterian Church volunteer at Rural Mission for Day of Caring

By Chris Brooks September 14 was a special day for two needy families and two dedicated volunteer teams who came to help Rural Mission during the Trident United Way Day of Caring. Special thanks go to the Blackbaud Company of Daniel Island, and Second Presbyterian Church for their hard work. Both partners also provided the …

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Sep 29 2010

Gardens for gardeners: tour the gardens of historic Mazyck Wraggborrough

Provided by the Charleston Horticultural Society The Charleston Horticultural Society welcomes gardeners and garden enthusiasts alike to their annual fall Gardens for Gardeners Tour on Sunday, October 3, 2010. This year, the focus will be Charleston’s gorgeous Garden District, also known as Mazyck Wraggborrough. Located downtown, the area is off the beaten path and is …

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Sep 29 2010

Save a seed, save a Redbay: Seed collection help needed to preserve native Redbay trees

By Sarah Ernst In 2001, a few tiny beetles about the size of Lincoln’s nose on a penny arrived in a shipping crate in Savannah, Georgia, and these little tagalongs carried with them their own deadly hitchhiker: a fungal disease called Laurel Wilt. In 2007, the beetles and disease arrived on Kiawah Island and began …

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Sep 29 2010

Whines and wines at Dogtoberfest

By Jessica Richardson All dogs and their owners are invited to the fourth annual Dogtoberfest at the Freshfields Village green on Saturday, October 16, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. This event benefits the great cause of animal rescue and features: Wine and seasonal beer sampling Meet-and-greets with local rescue groups Information on choosing the …

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Sep 29 2010

What’s shakin’ at the Exchange Club?

By Sam Reed State representative and candidate for the U. S. congress Tim Scott was the featured speaker at the recent September meeting of the Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club. Scott spoke of the need to change the strong federal government influence in our lives, and his talk was followed by a lively question and answer session. …

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Sep 29 2010

Arts on the Islands: Free musical performances presented by the Kiawah Island Arts Council

Provided by Stephanie Braswell The Town of Kiawah Island and the Kiawah Island Arts Council are continuing their impressive lineup of exceptional artistic performances throughout the fall season. This October, enjoy both jazz and classical music from internationally acclaimed artists, including a special performance by Russian classical pianist, Konstantin Soukhovetski. All performances are free and …

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Sep 29 2010

Seabrooker represents Silver Haired Legislature

Provided by Sam Reed Seabrook Island resident Sam Reed, the only representative from the barrier islands, along with several other seniors (age 60 or older), recently met in the chambers of the South Carolina House of Representatives in Columbia to finalize recommended legislation for the up-coming session of the South Carolina General Assembly. This group, …

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Sep 17 2010

In remembrance

At 9:30 on the morning of Friday, September 10, the students of St. Johns High School filed into the school courtyard to pay tribute to those who died during the attack of September 11, 2001. As the students quietly stood in a semi-circle around the circular front drive, the St. Johns ROTC Alpha Company marched …

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Sep 17 2010

Johns Island Council – September 2, 2010

There was no quorum, but those in attendance discussed a few matters of importance to Johns Island. Financial report Council member Sam Brownlee reported that, after paying e$76 for the Council’s post office box , the balance for the Council stands at $565.31. Rezoning request for 3030 Maybank Highway: R-4 to commercial transitional Chairman Chris …

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