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Aug 31 2018

Tales Of Sullivan’s Island Past

By Susan Middaugh for The Island Eye News What was the government of Sullivan’s Island like before we had a Town Council and Mayor? When was Sullivan’s Island forced to prepare for a nuclear missile attack? Where did islanders go to enjoy an evening of roller skating? How did the IOP connector almost not get …

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May 22 2018

2nd Annual Maritime Expo At Battery Gadsden

By Rick Reed for The Island Eye News Photos by Jason Ogden On June 9, the Battery Gadsden Cultural Center will host a daylong Wooden Boat Exhibition at the BGCC Grounds and Maritime Museum Exposition on the National Park Service’s Coast Guard Station Grounds. The Battery Gadsden Cultural Center, the National Park Service at Fort …

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Jan 26 2018

Op-Ed: Building A Village, Part I

By Rick Reed for The Island Eye News With the small town feel, laid back lifestyles and many activities and needs within walking or biking distance; Sullivan’s Island has the opportunity to be what used to be connected neighborhoods and intergenerational community. Urban planning, sprawl, unfettered growth, isolation of age groups into silos (ghettos even) …

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Dec 14 2017

Eagle Scout Project On Isle Of Palms

By Mae Millicent Peterseim  for The Island Eye News Boy Scout Troop 502 chartered by the First United Methodist Church, IOP, (Etiwan District, Coastal Carolina Council) pressure washed and painted the Battery Gadsden Cultural Center over the Thanksgiving holiday. The work was completed under the direction of John Peterseim (Sullivan’s Islander and junior at SOA) …

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Oct 13 2017

Discover The History Of Your Lowcountry Property

By Susan Middaugh for The Island Eye News Titles to property in the Lowcountry date back to the 1600s, and South Carolina has a rich trove of land records that document ownership dating back to the original land grants. On Thursday, Oct. 19, in a joint program sponsored by the Battery Gadsden Cultural Center and …

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Sep 09 2017

Recollections Of Sullivan’s Island During World War II

By Susan Middaugh for The Island Eye News The personal and family stories of long-time residents are an essential part of the remarkable history of Sullivan’s Island. The Oral History Project of Battery Gadsden Cultural Center is designed to capture these stories as recounted by Island residents in interviews that are videotaped and edited according …

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Aug 09 2017

Maritime Expo 2017

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Photos by Rick Reed A good time was had at the first annual Sullivan’s Island Maritime Expo, sponsored by the Battery Gadsden Cultural Center. There was a wide variety of participating watercrafts on display. “Lots of folks bid on the silent auction to benefit the Battery Gadsden Cultural …

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Jul 14 2017

Sullivan’s Island First Annual Maritime Expo

By Rick Reed for The Island Eye News Battery Gadsden Cultural Center is sponsoring the Sullivan’s Island Maritime Expo on Saturday, July 29 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Contemporary and Late Classic Boats will be on display behind the new Sullivan’s Island Town Hall. Restored Simmon’s Sea Skiffs are featured but an array of …

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Jun 12 2017

Battery Gadsden Cultural Center Presents Mary Pringle

By Susan Middaugh for Island Eye News Guest speaker Mary Pringle is a resident of the Isle of Palms and, for the past 18 years, the Project Leader for the Island Turtle Team under the auspices of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Mary will talk about loggerhead nesting and biology, other species of …

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Feb 13 2017

Fort Moultrie To Co-Sponsor Battery Gadsden Cultural Center Event

By Dawn Davis for Island Eye News The National Park Service is co-sponsoring a Battery Gadsden Cultural Center event on “How the Spanish-American War Brought Sullivan’s Island Back to Life”. Join Sullivan’s Island Historian Roy Williams at the Fort Moultrie Visitor Center, on February 16, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. for a one-hour program on the …

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