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Support the future of fine music: Benefit for Wando Music Mentors at the IOP Exchange Club

Join Sam Evans and Zack Messick, juniors at Wando High School, in an entertaining and educational jazz-oriented benefit at the Isle of Palms Exchange Club on Monday, May 24, from 7 – 9 p.m. to help raise money for the Wando Music Mentor program, a program originally created by Evans and Messick. Entertainment during the …

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IOPNA: building community

By the Isle of Palms Neighborhood Association In the April 2010 edition of Uptown, a publication of the Municipal Association of South Carolina (MASC), an article entitled “Neighborhood Associations Support Strong Cities” recognized the importance of neighborhood associations in promoting the vitality of a city. The article begins with the following statement: “Neighborhood Associations are …

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Fish Fry at Isle of Palms Methodist

by Bob Lang First United Methodist Church at Isle of Palms will hold its much-anticipated Spring Fish Fry this year on Saturday, May 22. Plates will be served from 4:30 – 7 p.m. at the church, which is located at the intersection of 21st Avenue and Palm Boulevard. Meals may also be picked up via …

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Mayfest returns to Sullivan’s Island

Provided by the Battery Gadsden After a one year hiatus, Mayfest has returned to Sullivan’s Island! Everyone with a golf cart or bicycle on the island is invited to gather at the Fish Fry Shack (Station 14 ½) on Saturday, May 22, at 9:30 a.m. with their vehicle decorated in this year’s theme: Summer Dreams. …

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Keeping it clean

Ms. Meek’s 5th grade class celebrates Earth Day with a beach sweep!

Supporting child abuse prevention

by Pamela Marsh On April 22, the Isle of Palms Exchange Club gave $1000 each of the following organizations for the prevention of child abuse: The Dee Norton Lowcountry Children Center, which will utilize their donation for their program “Child Abuse is a Grown-up Problem”; Windwood Farms, which will use the funds toward their community …

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Sharing the sustainability of Dewees Island

By Anne Anderson Sustainability: we hear about it, read about and think about it on occasion, but on Dewees Island, there are a bunch of people who believe in it. On the afternoon of Sunday, April 25, with the wind howling and the tail end of a devastating storm from the southwest flinging raindrops all …

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Best cheeseburger on Sullivan’s Island

Congratulations to Home Team Barbeque for winning People’s Choice best cheeseburger contest on Sullivan’s Island! The contest was held on Tuesday, May 4, at High Thyme Restaurant. Judges Bunky Odom, Chris “Snuffy” McDaniel, Jerri England, Michelle Harris and Leo Fetter tasted cheeseburgers from Home Team, Sullivan’s Restaurant, Seel’s on Sullivan’s and Dunleavy’s. Chef’s choice was …

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Weaving Charlotte’s Web

The Crabpot Players are in full rehearsal swing at the Isle of Palms Recreation Center. Every week, Monday – Thursday from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., the acting troop of 40 practice for what is going to be one of the most spectacular performances put on by the Crabpot Players to date. “The rehearsals are really …

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Poe Book Club gearing up for glory

by Connie Darling We had a very successful book club discussion this past April 27. Those in attendance were Juliet Goldman, Gloria McDonald, Joan Whitbeck, Betty Driemeyer, Mary Bobo Elizabeth Apel, Suzanne Geraghty, Laura Beckstrom and Judy Reese. In May we will be discussing The Crowning Glory of Lily Ponder by Rebecca Wells. We will …

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