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Oct 04 2019

Osceola’s Muse

By Carol Antman for The Island Connection Artwork by Kris Manning On Sullivan’s Island where Osceola is buried, his spirit still looms. The overgrown remnants of Fort Moultrie batteries give an inkling of the conditions he and his tribe endured while prisoners there. Street names like Osceola and Thompson Avenues remind us of the island’s …

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Oct 03 2019

Helping Neighbors In Need

By Jeannie Colson for The Island Connection Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach Services Inc. (OLMCOS), a nonprofit that has become a staple in the Sea Islands and downtown Charleston communities, is celebrating its 30-year anniversary in September. Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy, OLMCOS has been an anchor in …

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Oct 03 2019

Edward Jones Adds Financial Advisor

Provided for Island Connection  Kurt Denner. Edward Jones Financial Advisor Dimi Matouchev announced that a second financial advisor, Kurt Denner, has joined his office in Isle of Palms.  Before coming to Edward Jones, Kurt worked in finance for several multinational companies.  He lives in Mount Pleasant. Edward Jones, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in St. …

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Oct 02 2019

Osceola’s Muse Opening Night With Jonathan Green & Kris Manning Pop Up Show At Sandpiper Gallery

By Julie Cooke for Island Connection Osceola’s Muse, Costume Sketch 13, Original Acrylic on Matboard by Jonathan Green Renowned artist Jonathan Green, designer of the costumes and scenery for the immersive theater production of Osceola’s Muse will have design sketches available during the opening night reception at Sandpiper Gallery prior to the first showing of …

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Oct 02 2019

Lifelong Learning

By Caroline Morris for The Island Connection The South Carolina Aquarium kicked off its 2019-2020 Holland Lifelong Learning Program series Sept. 25 with “The Other TSA: Keeping Turtle Species Safe,” and five more installments will follow from October 2019 through March 2020. Now it its fifth season, the Aquarium’s Holland Lifelong Learning Program is a …

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Oct 01 2019

What The Hemp Is That?

By Alberta Barron for The Island Connection What a great turnout at our first Garden Club meeting of the 2019-2020 season! Energized by new faces and 10 new enrollments, the buzz over refreshments at the September meeting was, not surprisingly, mostly about Hurricane Dorian and the recovery in progress. Did you miss the September meeting? …

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Sep 30 2019

Loggerhead Project In Danger

From the Town of Kiawah Island for The Island Connection The Town of Kiawah Island has announced a partnership with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, the Kiawah Island Community Association and the Kiawah Conservancy to support the Northern Recovery Unit Loggerhead DNA Project – which could be shut down if private funds are …

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Sep 27 2019

The Town Of Kiawah Arts And Cultural Events Council: October 2019

By Keely Laughlin For The Island Connection The Town of Kiawah Arts and Cultural Events Council works to enhance community appreciation and involvement in the performing arts by providing a diversity of programs. All events are open to the public, and tickets are available two weeks prior to the event date. Kiawah property owners have …

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Sep 26 2019

Town Of Kiawah Island Council Meeting: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

By Gregg Bragg or The Island Connection The Town of Kiawah Island wasn’t about to cancel a second Town Council meeting so close to its July recess. Marked safe from the hurricane for only a couple of days, the town hastily swapped its Sept. 3 meeting for one on the 10th. Residents were still returning …

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Sep 25 2019

Tennis Time On Seabrook Island

By Dale Leibach for The Island Connection With summer over and fall upon us, it’s tennis time on Seabrook Island. The 36th annual Alan Fleming Senior Open Clay Court State Championship Tennis Tournament is just around the corner. Players come from across the country to compete in the popular tournament, scheduled for Oct. 2 through …

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