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Mar 05 2010

The Angel Oak needs clothes

Provided by Samantha Siegel Donations of cloths, textiles and scraps of fabric are needed for a new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry. Titled “Tree of Life”, this exhibit is part of the Museum’s new artist-in-residence program and will focus on teaching children about sustainable creativity. Created by artist Jennifer Van Winkle, The …

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Mar 04 2010

KI-SI Exchange Club meeting notice: KDP to speak at March 17 meeting

by Sam Reed Due to a scheduling glitch, the Exchange Club discussion about “Potential Development of Cap’n Sams Spit” only included a speaker from The Coastal Conservation League on Wednesday evening, March 3. The program will now be broken down into two segments, with the speaker from Kiawah Development Partners being at the Exchange Club …

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Feb 19 2010

Rise and shine with Sunrise Bistro

By Kristin Hackler It’s a quiet, unassuming place from the outside. Located in the little pewter-gray strip mall on the side of Maybank highway and Main road, there is a delicious new reason to stop and give this blossoming roadside complex another look. Sunrise Bistro is the product of a collaboration between two former chef’s …

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Feb 19 2010

Kiawah Town Council – February 2, 2010

Second reading: ordinance 2010-1, annexation of the roundabout The annexation of the Freshfields roundabout was approved unanimously. Boy Scouts of America proclamation Mayor Wert read a proclamation, declaring February 8, 2010, at Boy Scouts Centennial Celebration Day. “I encourage all citizens to recognize with me the contributions of the Boy Scouts to this great nation,” …

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Feb 19 2010

Johns Island Council meeting – February 4, 2010

Parris Williams, candidate for Charleston County Council, District 8 Parris Williams, James Island Councilman, Chair of the James Island Public Works Committee and fifth generation James Islander, announced during the Johns Island Council meeting that he will be running for Curtis Inabinett’s seat on Charleston County Council. “My great, great grandfather came onto James Island …

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Feb 19 2010

Stirring the imagination

By Kristin Hackler To look at these intricate pieces of art, one would never guess their trash to treasure origins: that is, unless you’re Paul Covert. A Seabrook Island resident and well-known inventor, Paul’s work has been seen all across the islands, often turning heads and in some cases, causing people to stop in their …

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Feb 19 2010

Excellent athletes and even better students

By Kristin Hackler On Wednesday, February 3, 24 students from across Charleston County spent National Signing Day signing their letters of intent to several colleges across the nation for a variety of sports. Almost overlooked among the heavy-hitting high schools of Charleston County were two students from St. Johns High School: seniors Edmond Robinson, Jr. …

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Feb 19 2010

Capturing solar energy for your home

If you’ve ever been interested in learning how to capture solar energy for use in your home, now is your chance! Dr. Pete Silveston, a member of the SC Solar Council’s Board of Directors, will be conducting two workshops on Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, with the first workshop scheduled for February 23 from 2 – …

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Feb 19 2010

Anne Rivers Siddons presents “The Heart of Southern Spirit and Culture”

On Tuesday, March 30, the Sophia Institute will host its first event on Kiawah Island with a conversation featuring renowned author, Anne River Siddons. Anne has written sixteen New York Times bestselling novels, including Sweetwater Creek, Islands, Nora Nora, Low Country, and Up Island. Her newest novel, due out this summer, is entitled Burnt Mountain. …

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Feb 19 2010

A veggie a day keeps those seasonal colds away

Hurry! Subscriptions for the Rosebank Farms CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) are running out quickly. Now in its second year, the farm’s program features a variety of fresh, local produce and fruits available in three 12-week seasons. The program is limited to 200 subscribers in order to ensure the freshness and quality of the produce, so …

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