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Aug 20 2018

Jellyfish Stings Concern Beachgoers

By Katy Calloway for The Island Eye News Jellyfish season is in full swing and IOP County Parks continues to report higher than normal stings among beachgoers. Saturday, Aug. 11 saw 213 stings reported by the County Park, Sunday saw another 42. Park officials clarify that it’s relative to the number of people frequenting the …

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Aug 20 2018

Dessert Crepes

By Marilyn Markel for The Island Eye News Dessert crepes are perfect to have on hand for summer desserts. You can make a batch and refrigerate the cooked crepes for several days or for several months in the freezer. If freezing freeze wrapped in smaller amounts such as 4 crepes on a wrapped package so …

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Aug 17 2018

Isle Of Palms Garden Club

By John Murray for Island Eye News The Isle of Palms Garden Club held it’s first board meeting on August 9th.  Before the meeting, some of the club members met at Memory Park for a picture of the refurbished Isle of Palms Garden Club of South Carolina sign.  (The sign is located at the base …

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Aug 17 2018

Big Win At The Mount Pleasant Charity Open

By Khyra Walker for The Island Eye News The 6th annual Mt. Pleasant Charity Open took place July 27-29 at Patriots Points Links on Charleston Harbor. Despite the weather, the charity event played host to nearly 100 golfers and surpassed last year’s raised amount for the chosen beneficiary. This year the Pro/Am raised $6,500 for …

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Aug 16 2018

Sullivan’s Island Mayor’s Message: August 2018

Dear Island Neighbors, Well, here we are on the downhill side of summer, with school back in session and college football right around the corner. Note I said nothing about the end of the heat. Do we get a “cool week of August” this year? There’s still time. And re. college football: As always, not …

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Aug 15 2018

Katie Arrington Returns To Campaign Trail

By Gregg Bragg for the Island Eye News Katie Arrington surprised a minority of voters in South Carolina’s first congressional district (SC1) republican primary on June 12. The first term state representative and veteran defense industry consultant ran straight at incumbent Mark Sanford’s nearly forgotten infidelity, mocking her opponent’s trip to Argentina/Appalachian Trail with a …

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Aug 14 2018

First Responders Water Safety To Be Featured At Isle Of Palms Marina Festival

Staff Report for The Island Eye News The IOP Marina Festival is gearing up for Nov.4 and promises to be a unique and exciting event for residents and visitors. The festival will be an opportunity for families, friends and our veterans to enjoy out door recreational activities, games and fellowship. Sponsored by the IOP Marina …

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Aug 10 2018

Leonard Goldberg Releases Second Novel In Series

By Marci Shore for The Island Eye News  The game is afoot once again for Joanna Blalock, the daughter of Sherlock Holmes, in A Study in Treason. The book is the second in the series by Sullivan’s Island’ s own, USA Today best-selling author, Leonard Goldberg. Goldberg is a native of Charleston, who spent summers …

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Aug 09 2018

Dolphins Finish Season Strong

By Susan Hill Smith for The Island Eye News Photos by Mic Smith Photography LLC Wild Dunes Dolphins Swim Team made notable gains with the 2018 season, which ended with the team taking fourth place at the East Cooper Swim League Championships the weekend of July 20-21. “This year, we won three out of five …

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Aug 08 2018

Wild Dunes Yacht Club Swears In 2018-19 Officers

By Pamela Marsh for The Island Eye News The Wild Dunes Yacht Club conducted its annual Change of Command on July 14 at the Wild Dunes Property Owners Beach House. The 2018-19 Fleet Officers are: Commodore – Pamela Marsh, Vice Commodore – Mike McCall, Rear Commodore – Bob Smith, Past Commodore – Jack Leber, Membership …

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