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Jan 05 2011

Middleton Place Restaurant Announces First Annual Braise and Brew Event

Chef Garrison of Middleton Place Restaurant will host the first annual Braise and Brew event in the Pavilion on Saturday, January 15 from 6 – 9:00 p.m. The National Historic Landmark will be the site for an evening of braised meats and vegetables specially paired with seasonal beers and microbrews. Participants will be coached in …

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Dec 16 2010

Locals may lose Rosebank Farms

By Kristin Hackler The reason, the main reason, so many people have moved to Kiawah and Seabrook Islands over the past twenty-odd years is the environment. Coming from major metropolitan cities and centers of business and bustle, the islands are a place of peace, where birds as tall as teenagers strut through pristine marshlands, and …

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Dec 16 2010

Orban new Mayor of Kiawah by write-in vote

by Kristin Hackler It may not have been a surprise to some Kiawah Islanders, but as 7:30 rolled around on the evening of Tuesday, December 7, former Kiawah Councilman Steven Orban was amazed to see that he had received more than 300 write-in votes, making him the new Mayor of Kiawah Island. “I thought I …

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Dec 16 2010

Kiawah Town Council – December 7, 2010

Second town biologist to stay with Town Although the issue of whether or not to continue to employ a second town biologist was not originally included on the day’s agenda, a motion was made to add it soon after discussions began. Mayor William Wert gave a brief history on the issue, noting that the cost …

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Dec 16 2010

The original thread junkies: It’s A Stitch offers all you need for needle work and knitting

By Kristin Hackler Although it’s located not too far away from the Maybank/Main intersection on Maybank Highway, It’s A Stitch is a little hard to find for first time visitors. “We tell them to look for the smile,” said co-owner Linda Juchatz, referring to the “Smile” dentist sign which tops the list of shop names …

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Dec 16 2010

Warm up winter with locally roasted coffee

by Kristin Hackler Billows of sweetly-scented steam can often been seen cascading from the roof of Charleston Coffee Exchange; so much so that passerby will occasionally drop in, brows furrowed and eyes wide with concern, and ask if, perhaps, the employees know that their roof is on fire. “It happens almost every time we roast,” …

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Dec 16 2010

Running the island

Congratulations to all 3,457 runners who competed in the 33rd Annual Kiawah Island Marathon on Saturday, December 11. Despite the chilly weather and damp conditions, racers finished with great times with Charleston resident Brian Johnson taking home first place with a time of 2 hours, 39 minutes and 7 seconds. The first Kiawah resident to …

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Dec 16 2010

Santa swings by the sea islands

provided by Habitat for Humanity Santa Claus is coming to town early this year for the boys and girls living in Sea Island Habitat for Humanity homes. On December 16, 2010, SIHH staff and volunteers will welcome Santa and Habitat children to the SIHH office as part of their 2nd annual Christmas party. “We are …

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Dec 16 2010

Giving out Thanksgiving

by Kristin Hackler When Hurricane Hugo blasted its way through the Lowcountry in September of 1989, it left thousands of residents displaced and many of them homeless. As the holidays arrived, families were less concerned about a Thanksgiving dinner than they were about simply having a roof over their heads. Then, two days before Thanksgiving …

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Dec 16 2010

November spills over with artistic talent: St. Johns HS students place in numerous art competitions

By Dona Dowling The month of November has been great for the St. John’s High School Art Department. St. Johns was recently awarded First Place in the James Island County Park Holiday Festival of Lights Giant Greeting Card Project, and the school has also placed in several regional art competitions. Students participating in the Greeting …

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