Nov 27 2018

Veterans Day At Sullivan’s Island Elementary

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Sullivan’s Island Elementary School celebrated Veteran’s Day by inviting local vets to attend breakfast with students. Veterans were welcomed by kindergarteners offering salutes and waving flags in their honor. Honorees were invited to tour the school following the feast. The inaugural event was organized by the SIES PTA, …

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Nov 27 2018

Fashion Forward Thinking

By Sara Campbell for The Island Eye News Since fall and holiday fashion shows happen more than six months before the first autumn leaf turns yellow, it’s easy to forget which motifs graced runways in multiples during Fashion Week. When fall apparel trickles into stores in July, Charlestonians are certainly more concerned with taming frizz …

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Nov 26 2018

Veteran’s Day Wreath Laying On Sullivan’s Island

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Island residents celebrated Veterans Day by remembering former residents who gave their lives for our country. Honored by Boy Scouts, veterans and community members, the following remembrances were read aloud at the ceremony that took place on Sunday, Nov. 11. Alexander G. Izlar was working as an electrician …

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Nov 26 2018

Seabrook Island Club Wins Annual Three Island Challenge

By Colin McCandless for The Island Eye News The annual Three Island Challenge golf event, which pitted teams from Wild Dunes Resort, Seabrook Island Club and Kiawah Island Golf Resort against each other in a game called “Nines,” produced a new winner this year. Defending champs Team Wild Dunes won the first leg on their …

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Nov 23 2018

Isle Of Palms Holiday Street Festival

By Weston Smith for The Island Eye News Head down to Front Beach on Isle of Palms and help bring in the holiday season island style. The 7th Annual Isle of Palms Holiday Street Festival will be held on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 2-7 p.m. on Ocean Blvd. This free event will have live music, …

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Nov 22 2018

Beach Parking Signs, Just In Time

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Just in time for the holidays, IOP has installed signs clarifying the new parking rules that were approved by City Council in June through Ordinance 2018.5 and Ordinance 2018.10 of the Managed Beach Parking Plan. Beach parking, which will be free to the public, with no permit required, …

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Nov 21 2018

Sullivan’s Island Mayors Message: November 2018

Dear Island Neighbors, I hope you and your family are having a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. We certainly have much to be thankful for on the island, every year, and this year in particular. Recently I wound up a business trip for my day job and as so often happens, I had a number of casual …

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Nov 20 2018

Two Arrested In Connection With Isle Of Palms Thefts

By Mimi Wood, The Island Eye News Staff Writer Photos courtesy of IOPPD. About six weeks ago, two arrests were made in conjunction with property crimes committed on Isle of Palms. Neither arrest was made on the island and police have yet to formally link the incidents, three in all. However, police do believe there …

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Nov 16 2018

Letter To The Editor: Thanks For Marina Fest Success

Dear Editor, It might rain. It might be cold. Maybe nobody shows up. It will take too many volunteers. All the things this IOP Exchange Club skeptic worried about….. and is glad he was wrong! It did rain, but the event was almost over. It was chilly with the wind off the water. But 500 …

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Nov 15 2018

Letter To The Editor: Town Council Likes Winner Take All

For years Sullivan’s Island Town Council has vigorously defended the accreted land including their latest “success” at the State Supreme Court regarding the Town’s right to control the land. Now that it has clarified that the Town controls the land, how about leading with compassion instead of continuing to drive conflict and complexity? There should …

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