Tag: Hannah

Sep 04 2018

Flying High

By Mimi Wood, The Island Eye News Staff Writer Photos by Laura Togami Two years of pole vaulting; fourth in the nation in his age group. Not bad for Jonathan Togami, third-generation Sullivan’s Islander. Not bad at all, except Hannah, his little sister, can one-up him. She can’t quite beat his personal best of 14’ …

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Dec 12 2017

New York City Ballet Dancer Opens Conservatory

By Hannah Nuccio for The Island Eye News When Lindy Mandradjieff opened the Dance Conservatory of Charleston in June 2017, she set out to raise the bar for dance curriculum in the Lowcountry. Today, Mandradjieff is attracting world-famous industry names to her studio for hands-on training to connect students of all ages and skill levels …

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Apr 07 2016

Beachlovers’ Bookclub Explore ‘The Nightingale’

Come to the Edgar Allan Poe Branch Library on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. for a lively discussion of “The Nightingale” by Kristin Hannah. Coffee and light refreshments will be served. Email darlingc@ccpl.org or call 843.883.3914 for more details. “In the quiet village of Carriveau, Vianne Mauriac says goodbye to her husband, Antoine, …

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Feb 19 2016

Letter To The Editor: Fairness In The Maritime Forest

Dear Editor, In the ongoing discussion by the Sullivan’s Island Town Council about the accreted land, I think one aspect of this debate has not been presented adequately. The accreted land was placed under a conservation easement in 1991. It was placed in this Trust for the benefit and enjoyment of all of the residents …

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Sep 01 2015

Charleston County Lifeguards Place 11th In National Championship

By Sarah Reynolds for Island Eye News Lifeguards from Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission recently competed in the United States Lifesaving Association National Lifeguard Championships and made their mark as one of the top lifeguard teams in the country. The event took place in Daytona Beach Aug. 6-8. Overall, CCPRC’s team placed 11th in …

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Jul 21 2014

SweetWater Brewery Aims To “Save Our Water” One Brew At A Time

  By Hannah Danahey for Island Eye News Although water is one of the most vital resources on the planet, waterways continue to decline in quality and quantity in virtually every part of the world. Earth is home to one billion cubic kilometers of water, yet only 2.5 percent is fresh water. Of that, less …

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Jun 05 2014

Charleston Waterkeeper Begins Testing Recreational Waterways

  By Hannah Danahey for Island Eye News Charleston Waterkeeper is pleased to announce the start of the 2014 water quality sampling season and share results from the 2013 season. The 2013 Recreational Water Quality Scorecard assesses the quality of many local waterways for safe water-based recreational activity, and encourages readers to take action while …

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Feb 18 2014

Jackson Crowned Best In Show

Staff Report for Island Eye News The Isle of Palm’s 8th Annual Doggie Day took place at the Isle of Palms’ Recreation Department on Saturday, February 1. The highlight of the event was the Dog Show. Here are the results: Best In Show: Jackson, owner Emily Farrow Cutest Puppy: Bell, owner Victoria Kasberg Most Attractive: …

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Oct 02 2013

It’s All in the Family

By Hannah Dockery Sullivan’s Restaurant, situated on the last block of the Middle Street business district, celebrates their 25th anniversary this year. What’s the secret ingredient to their success? Family. The brother and sister duo of Sammy Rhodes and Donna Hyatt-Rhodes make quite the team themselves. When Sammy first opened the doors of Sullivan’s in …

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Sep 25 2013

The New Face of First United

By Hannah Dockery The Little White Church in the Bend has a new pastor. Known for its unwavering mission to give back go the local community, First United Methodist Church on the Isle of Palms recently welcomed a new face to steer the direction of the congregation. Reverend Thomas Smith joined the FUMC family towards …

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