Dec 12 2018

Audubon South Carolina Receives $700,000 Grant

By Angelina Ricci Eisenhauer for The Island Eye News Audubon South Carolina is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $700,000 grant through the National Coastal Resilience Fund, a partnership between National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Shell Oil Company, and TransRe. Audubon will direct the funds toward …

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Dec 12 2018

Bridgepointe Therapy To Help Adopted Children And Teens

Staff Report for The Island Eye News A new counseling office, Bridgepointe Therapy, recently opened in Charleston to specialize in working with adoptive and foster families. This is Charleston’s only counseling center exclusively for adoptive families. Based in West Ashley, Bridgepointe Therapy serves families from throughout the tri-county area. “ After talking to over 20 …

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Dec 11 2018

Holiday Street Festival On Isle Of Palms

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Photos courtesy IOP Rec Center staff Isle of Palms ushered the holidays in, island style at its annual Front Beach Holiday Street Festival, which featured local entertainment, restaurants, carnival rides, holiday shopping and a visit from the Jolly Old Elf himself. The free event, sponsored by the City …

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Dec 11 2018

Basket Brigade Provides Holiday Cheer

Staff Report for The Island Eye News On Nov. 20 volunteers from the tri-county assembled at the Charleston Area Convention Hall to assemble and deliver Thanksgiving meals to over 3,500 Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester county residents. More than 300 volunteers assisted. The Charleston Basket Brigade is a 501-(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to bring the …

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Dec 10 2018

Holiday Lights At Sullivan’s Island Fire & Rescue

Photos by Virginia Stith Sullivan’s Island hosted its annual lighting event at the Fire Station/Town Hall complex on Middle St., Friday evening Nov 30. The Wando High School Chorus performed and children got to visit with Santa.

Dec 07 2018

Isle Of Palms Mayor’s Message: December 2018

It is the most wonderful time of the year. It’s the season of celebrations and the season of giving. The City experienced unprecedented tidal flooding Thanksgiving holiday weekend due to a combination of a king tide, a nor’easter and a full moon. Unfortunately, the experts say that tidal flooding will happen more frequently due to …

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Dec 06 2018

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: Tuesday, November 20, 2018

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Eye News Staff Writer The agenda for Town of Sullivan’s Island town council meetings is usually measured in hectares; both sides of an 8.5/14 sheet of paper. It was quite a bit shorter for the meeting at Town Hall on Nov. 20. However, the items on the smaller sheet were …

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Dec 05 2018

Moultrie Middle School Asks Community To ‘Choose Kind’

By Moultrie Middle School PTO for The Island Eye News Moultrie Middle School Principal Ryan Cumback says one of the many reasons his school is an amazing place to learn and work is the kind-hearted nature of the students.  “It seems like every other day a group of students is asking for permission to raise …

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Dec 05 2018

Deepwater Church Calling Isle Of Palms Home

By Mimi Wood, The Island Eye News Staff Writer Paul Coleman wasn’t looking to start a new church. As one of the founding pastors of The Church at LifePark in north Mount Pleasant he thought he’d be there forever. “LifePark was growing, says Paul. “As the Next Generation Pastor I oversaw 10 employees, and nearly …

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Nov 30 2018

First Responders Blessed By Pastor Clark

Staff Report for The Island Eye News The First Responders Department and Equipment Blessing took place at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church on Sunday, Nov. 11. Performed by Pastor Phil Clark, the annual event marks the beginning of the holiday season and begs the good Lord’s protection for those who serve in and receive services from …

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