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Feb 20 2019

New Hire At Cummings Wealth Management

By Mary Chapman for The Island Eye News Matthew P. Whipple, CFP®, MBA, has joined Cummings Wealth Management Group in Mt Pleasant. The Cummings Wealth Management Group 401(k) division currently serves 36 companies as financial advisors to their 401(k) retirement plan. As Director of Participant Services, Whipple proactively engages with well over 1000 participants through …

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Feb 20 2019

Volvo Car Open Adds 3 Americans To Field

By Arielle Alpino  for The Island Eye News Photos courtesy WTATennis.com. The Volvo Car Open has added three young American tennis players to its 2019 field – Danielle Collins, Sofia Kenin and Amanda Anisimova. They join a strong international player field featuring Sloane Stephens, Caroline Wozniacki, Kiki Bertens, Madison Keys, Julia Goerges, Elise Mertens and …

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Feb 19 2019

Sullivan’s Island Oyster Roast

Photos by Penny Lanigan 

Feb 19 2019

Rotisserie Chicken Salad

By Marilyn Markel for The Island Eye News This is a great dish to use up that leftover rotisserie chicken. Festive enough for a luncheon and the chicken skin chips make it a true southern indulgence. Ingredients: 4 cups diced, cooked chicken  6 small red, yellow and orange mini bell peppers chopped 6 green onions, …

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Feb 18 2019

Doggie Day At The Rec

Photos by Penny Lanigan

Feb 15 2019

Isle of Palms City Council Meeting: January 23

By Katy Calloway, The Island Eye News Managing Editor Mayor Jimmy Carroll enthusiastically welcomed the crowd to the first City Council meeting of 2019 and was off to a positive and optimistic start with a heartfelt prayer followed by the pledge of allegiance. The first order of business was to elect a Mayor Pro Tem. …

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Feb 15 2019

Shared Future Project Addresses Inequality

By Erica Taylor for The Island Eye News What might our education system and our community look like in 2035? For the past four months, a 30-member team from across Charleston County came together as part of the Shared Future project to co-create a set of four scenarios to answer that question. This diverse group …

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Feb 14 2019

Sullivan’s Island Mayor’s Message: February 2019

Dear Island Neighbors,  A variety of items for you this month… RUNNING IN HIGH GEAR AND HEAVY GEAR Those of you who ran in the Charlie Post Road Race last month, or who watched the runners, may have seen one participant who was definitely not dressed for speed. Our Fire Department’s Battalion Chief Amanda Hawver …

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Feb 13 2019

Reading Hits Home Run

By Mimi Wood, The Island Eye News Staff Writer The Sullivan’s Island second graders were as composed as you’d expect seven-year-olds to be, given the fact that Charlie, beloved mascot of the Charleston RiverDogs, was in the house. Charlie made a guest appearance at Sullivan’s Island Elementary School on Tuesday, Jan. 29, in conjunction with …

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Feb 13 2019

Hope Takes Flight

By Nicole Garcia for The Island Eye News After the death of a loved one, hope can sometimes seem hard to find. Fortunately, since 1989 Lowcountry children and youth have had Shannon’s Hope Camp, the nation’s third oldest bereavement camp for kids. On Saturday, Mar. 2 from 4-7 p.m., Hope Takes Flight will celebrate 30 …

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