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Jan 08 2021

Letter To The Editor: A Devastating Problem For Dogs

Pythium is a water mold that has damaged some areas on one of the golf courses on Seabrook Island, but what our family discovered was that this mold can also cause devastating health problems for dogs. Our daughter’s family was staying at our house on Seabrook this past summer while their house was being renovated. …

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Jan 08 2021

Oyster Festival Won’t Go On As Scheduled

By Tori Beth Black for The Island Connection The Lowcountry Oyster Festival, slated for Jan. 31, will not go on as scheduled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “After monitoring recent coronavirus developments, the Charleston Restaurant Foundation board made the difficult decision to postpone the Lowcountry Oyster Festival,” said CRF President Jonathan Kish. “The health and …

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Jan 07 2021

A True Inspiration

By Sarah Reynolds for The Island Connection The Charleston County Parks Foundation was recently named a recipient of one of the 2021 True Inspiration Awards from Chick-fil-A. The award includes a grant of $125,000. The True Inspiration Awards were founded in 2015 to honor Chickfil-A founder S. Truett Cathy. The awards honor and support community …

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Jan 07 2021

Winter Painting Classes Start January 12

By Pat Huff for The Island Connection Winter 2021 painting classes at the Patricia Reno Huff Gallery & Art Center at Freshfield Village will begin Jan. 12, Jan. 13 and Jan. 14 and will meet from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on each day. Tuesday’s class will be a beginning oil class, the focus Wednesday …

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Jan 07 2021

Get Ready For Tax Season

From the South Carolina Department of Revenue for The Island Connection It may seem like a long way off, but the tax season begins this month. Organizing and preparing now can save you time, headaches and even money. The South Carolina Department of Revenue offers these tips to help individuals get ready: Organize your records …

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Jan 05 2021

Mount Zion Thank You

By Marilyn Armstrong for The Island Connection The Mt. Zion Holiday Fund Committee would like to say thank you to each person who made a donation to provide clothing, books, toys and food gift certificates to the children at Mt. Zion Elementary School. This year, with your generous contributions, we were able to help 97 …

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Jan 05 2021

South Carolina Ports Posts Record Numbers In November

By Liz Crumley for The Island Connection South Carolina Ports handled 207,066 20-foot equivalent container units at Wando Welch and North Charleston container terminals in November, up 12% year-over-year. SC Ports has handled more than 1 million TEUs thus far in fiscal year 2021, which began July 1. SC Ports moved 114,899 pier containers – …

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Jan 05 2021

Seabrook Island Artist Guild: Laurie Meyer

By Sharon Peck for The Island Connection Laurie Meyer will present a workshop for the Seabrook Island Artist Guild Jan. 25 and Jan. 26 at the Oyster Catcher Community Center. Meyer has lived and painted in Charleston for more than 30 years. A lover of light and color effects in oil paint and watercolor, she …

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Jan 05 2021

Partners Announced For Daniel Island Waterfront Restaurant

By Kelsey Donnelly for The Island Connection Developer East West Partners has announced the operational and interior design teams selected for Kingstide, a new waterfront restaurant and rooftop bar slated to open at The Waterfront, a luxury mixed-use community on Daniel Island. The Indigo Road Hospitality Group, a Charleston-based dining and consulting company, will oversee the …

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Jan 01 2021

Charleston County Parks Host Second Virtual Inclusive Dance Party

By Sarah Reynolds for The Island Connection After a successful inaugural event in November, the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission is bringing the party back to your living room during its second Virtual Inclusive Dance Party Jan. 9. As part of CCPRC’s goal to offer social and recreational opportunities for all members of the …

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