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Oct 28 2019

Finding Magic On Dewees Island

By Carey Sullivan for Island Eye News  Dewees Island is an inspirational place.  When you are here, you see possibilities, promise and potential.  This summer, children from Jake’s Music visited Dewees.  It was a day full of inspiration for both children and adults. Jake’s Music brings free after-school music lessons and instruments to inner city children …

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Oct 25 2019

Roasting At The Shed

Provided for Island Eye News  Friends of the Hunley’s annual fundraiser is celebrating a milestone as it enters its 15th year.  The Hunley Oyster Roast and Silent Auction will be held Nov. 1 from 7 – 10 p.m. at the Visitors Bus Shed in Downtown Charleston.  The event has become a local favorite offering an …

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Oct 24 2019

Questions And Answers With Candidates For Isle Of Palms Council

By Laura Fogarty, Island Eye News Managing Editor Thanks to a wonderful response from our readers, we are happy to be able to present the questions we asked the five candidates vying for seats on the Isle of Palms City Council. Below are the second three in a series of six questions (compiled to represent …

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Oct 24 2019

Isle Of Palms Council Candidates

By Laura Fogarty, Island Eye News Managing Editor The Island Eye news asked our readers to submit their questions for the five candidates running for City Council. The response was an overwhelming abundance of input and for that, we thank you. Below are the first three in a series of six questions (compiled to represent …

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Oct 24 2019

When Given Lemons

Staff Report for Island Eye News  William Swinney recently offered to share his lemonade proceeds with the Exchange Club to help with its waterfront improvements so they may serve not for profit organizations in the area. At age 12, William has been taught the value of giving to others by his parents.  This is a …

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Oct 23 2019

The Golden Age Of Veterans

Provided for Island Eye News  The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. is proud to announce VFW Post 3137 on Isle of Palms will be celebrating 50 years of serving the needs of local veterans and their families on Nov. 25. The Golden Anniversary Award Citation is presented to the Post in recognition of …

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Oct 15 2019

Loggerheads Are Finished For The Season

By Mary Pringle for Island Eye News  A great nesting season has come to an end. The Island Turtle Team celebrated with an end of the season party on Oct. 1, where the season was recapped with food, drinks, slides and videos as well as a silent auction to benefit sea turtle conservation efforts were enjoyed …

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Oct 15 2019

Island Resident Celebrates 100 Years

By Laura Fogarty, Island Eye News Managing Editor Born in Siler City North Carolina on Sept. 26, 1919, IOP resident Kathryn Marley Magruder celebrates 100 years of living young and offers some advice to the rest of us on how to do the same. Kathryn says, “Minimize stress. Live in moderation. Listen to what others say. …

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Oct 11 2019

Land Use And Natural Resource Committee Meets To Address Accreted Land Management Plan

By Rob Byko for Island Eye News  At 8:30 a.m., Chauncey Clark gaveled in the Land Use and Natural Resource (LUNR) meeting in the SI Town Council Chambers, welcoming fellow committee members Kaye Smith and Mayor Pat O’Neil and an eager crowd in attendance to hear discussions of the “team selection for review of the accreted …

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Oct 10 2019

Sullivan’s Island Mayor’s Message: October 2019

Dear Island Neighbors, First, a few quick items, and then a recap of Hurricane Dorian. MUST-SEE TV  Or maybe not. But you no longer have an excuse for not observing the meetings of Town Council and our Committees. With our new website (https://sullivansisland.sc.gov)  we now can live-stream them and archive them for later down-loading.  Please …

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