Tag: 11

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 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 07 2018

Veterans Day Affair

By Paula Ogden-Muse for The Island Eye News On Sunday, Nov. 11 activities will be held on Sullivan’s Island to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the end of World War I. At the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice was signed in Compiegne, France to bring an …

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Aug 24 2018

Isle Of Palms Exchange Club Fundraiser

Photos provided by the IOP Exchange Club The IOP Exchange Club hosted its Chicken and Pig BBQ fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 11 at the Exchange Clubhouse. Meals, lovingly prepared by dedicated Exchange Club volunteers, were available for dine in or take out. Funds raised will be used towards the Exchange Club’s waterfront enhancement project that …

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May 15 2018

Summer Camps At The Citadel

Staff Report for Island Eye News Middle school STEAM camps The Citadel will host three weeks of science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) camps in June. The camps, which are for children in grades 4-8, will focus on a different STEAM-related topic each week. Citadel faculty, staff, cadets and volunteers staff the all-day camps. …

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Feb 23 2018

Lucky Dog Club: Buddy, Bonzo, and Hendrix Crider

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Ages: 9 yrs, 4 yrs, & 11 months Hometown: IOP/Johns Island Owner: Elizabeth Crider Food: no-grain dry food & some canned food Favorite Treat: These three prefer any toy to a treat Vet:  Johns Island Animal Hospital & Animal Med Center of Mt. Pleasant Our Story: We love …

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Jan 09 2018

East Cooper Community Outreach Selected As Whole Foods Market 5% Day Community Giving Recipient

By Alana Morrall for Island Eye News East Cooper Community Outreach, also known as ECCO, proudly invites the public to support the organization by shopping at Whole Foods Market in Mount Pleasant this Thursday, January 11. Whole Foods Market, located at 923 Houston Northcutt Boulevard, will donate five percent of the store’s net sales for the day …

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Dec 27 2017

Museum Mile Pass Available Online Through December

By Dana Clayton for The Island Eye News In January, Charleston’s Museum Mile offers a month long pass to 11 historical sites located within a one mile walking distance. The astonishing price is $25 adults/$10 children 12 and under, a savings of $98. The headliner is America’s first museum, The Charleston Museum, founded in 1773. …

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Oct 11 2017

Isle Of Palms City Council Candidates In Their Own Words

By Katy Calloway, The Island Eye News Editor The Island Eye News reached out to the 11 candidates for City Council and asked them six questions compiled by our editorial staff. The candidate’s unedited answers to three questions are reprinted below in their entirety, in alphabetical order by candidate’s last name. The answers to the …

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Oct 03 2017

Isle Of Palms Election Cycle Full Of Potential

By Katy Calloway, Island Eye News Editor What has prompted 11 Isle of Palms citizens to step up and offer to serve their local government? Considering the last council election was uncontested, it could be current issues and a discontent with how things are being run that has stirred so many to heed the call …

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