Mar 20 2010

Sullivan’s Council discusses Commercial District recommendations

Staff Report During the Sullivan’s Island Committees of Council meeting on March 1, the Council read through a list of recommendations for the Community Commercial District Plan. The recommendations were made by the project’s design team, which consists of Urban Edge Studio, LS3P Associates Ltd., SeamonWhitesides + Associates, and Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., and are …

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Mar 20 2010

The Lucky Dog has been found!

C ongratulations to Sullivan’s Island resident Lilly Conley (9), a fourth grader at Sullivan’s Island Elementary, for figuring out the clues in the last edition of The Island Eye News and discovering Lucky the Lucky Dog at Dunleavy’s Pub. Lilly won a Dunleavy’s hat and got to take Lucky home with her. Hopefully he won’t …

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Mar 20 2010

SIES students branch out into National Arbor Day contest

By Margaret Skinner A beautifully designed poster created by fifth grade student Chloe Stapleton was selected out of 56 submissions to represent Sullivan’s Island Elementary School in the South Carolina National Arbor Day Poster Contest. In a special ceremony held on school grounds this past Friday, March 5, Sullivan’s Island mayor Carl Smith presented Chloe …

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Mar 20 2010

Saving the forest for the school

On Thursday, March 11, the Sullivan’s Islanders Group gathered at Sullivan’s Island Elementary School for the sixth presentation in their ongoing series directed to the promotion of island heritage and the protection of the island’s unique way of life. The presentation, given by coastal ecologist Billy McCord, was held shortly after the school’s PTA meeting. …

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Mar 20 2010

Students reach out to a soldier at war

On March 9, Skylar Taylor, a third grade student at Sullivan’s Island Elementary, received a much-anticipated letter from her step-brother, Derek Lescord. Not long ago, Skylar and her classmates sent letters to Derek, who is serving in the Air Force in Afghanistan. The students asked Derek several questions about his service and what it was …

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Mar 20 2010

Recognizing the Daughters of Charleston

by Kristin Hackler Isle of Palms native Colette Harrington is one of those beautifully bright people that you always remember. Whether you were talking with her over cocktails or standing behind her in line at the grocery, you could probably recall her face and personality before you could remember the last show you saw on …

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Mar 20 2010

SIES students + state math competition = some really smart kids!

By Deborah Palmer Congratulations to the thirty 4th and 5th graders from Sullivan’s Island Elementary who traveled to Blythewood High School in Columbia on Saturday, February 27, to compete in the statewide MathFest competition. MathFest, which featured both individual and team competitions, brought in hundreds of students at each grade level and covered all aspects …

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Mar 20 2010

2010 IOP Homerun Derby Champions

The 2010 IOP Homerun Derby took place on Monday, March 8 at the Isle of Palms Recreation Department. 22 children participated in the event, with Derek Sireci winning champion status in the 9/12 year old division, and Dylan Gregory coming in close as the runner-up. Congratulations, champs!

Mar 20 2010

Goat Island giddy with success

By Diann Clark Held on March 6, Hope on Goat for Haiti took place on Goat Island at Goat Island Gatherings. The weather was perfect for folks to gather and enjoy oysters, good food, music and help the good folks of Haiti. Proceeds for the event went directly to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief …

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Mar 20 2010

Scouting out the Isle of Palms Police Station

Provided by Carol Killough Bear Scouts from Stella Maris Cub Scout Pack 59 visited the Isle of Palms Police Department on February 11 to learn about law enforcement and crime prevention. Detective Sergeant Dawn Caldwell and Detective Diane Tarr led the boys in a mock crime scene investigation while Sergeant Patrick Morris and Deputy Robert …

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