Tag: sullivan’s

Feb 13 2012

Heart-Smart for American Heart Month

By Meredith Nelson This February, organizations all across the nation are promoting education and awareness about taking care of your heart for American Heart Month. We at PrimeTime Fitness on Sullivan’s Island thought we would take advantage of American Heart Month to explain some common terms you’ve likely noticed in the gym, in group fitness …

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Feb 02 2012

SI Town Council in the Courtroom Before the Classroom

By Alexandra Stott When it comes to discussing the square-foot measurements of the new Sullivan’s Island Elementary School, keeping all those bricks in the wall isn’t building everyone’s support. The twenty-minute open-floor session of the January 17th Sullivan’s Island Town Council meeting turned into an unexpected fifty-minute session as citizens continued to express their concerns …

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Feb 02 2012

Schooled on the School

By Sullivan’s Island Town Council On Tuesday, January 17, Sullivan’s Island Town Council voted unanimously to ask a circuit court judge for a legal opinion indicating how the Town should respond to a petition from Island residents seeking a referendum that could require Charleston County School District to build a new elementary school on the …

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Feb 02 2012

Sullivan’s Island Park: Celebrating 20 Years of Community Action

By Susan Herlong   The Sullivan’s Island Park Foundation Board was established in 1991. Since its beginning, the mission of the park board has been fundraising for park development, improvements, maintenance, and the hosting of the July 4th fireworks celebration and community gathering in the park.   When the first board was established, the island …

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Apr 01 2011

Run for Adela: Race to be held this Saturday, April 9

Members of the Charleston community will come together on Saturday, April 9, for the second annual Run for Adela 5k Race, hosted by the family and friends of Adela Cook. Proceeds from the race will be donated to Camp Happy Days, a year round program for kids with cancer, specifically to fund the inaugural Adela’s …

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Aug 19 2010

Brooks Woodworks arrives on Sullivan’s Island

By Meredith Powell Brooks Custom Woodworks specializes in handcrafted, custom furniture and is conveniently located on Middle Street. Owner Eric Brooks chose Sullivan’s Island to start his own business in spring of this year after receiving a degree in fine and creative woodworking and spending ten years training and working in High Point, North Carolina. …

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Aug 03 2010

Sullivan’s sued: Rights to trimming in accreted land an issue for property owners

By Kristin Hackler Sullivan’s Island residents Nathan and Ettaleah Bluestein, and Theodore and Karen Albenesius have filed a lawsuit against the Town of Sullivan’s Island concerning the accreting land adjacent to their properties. The accreting land along the coast of Sullivan’s Island has been an issue for years, and while it began as an extra …

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Jun 23 2010

Red-Tailed Hawks at home on Sullivan’s

By Kristin Hackler & Sarah Dargan Harper If you happened to crane your neck upward as you arrived on the island from Station 22 ½, you might have noticed a significant pile of sticks in one of the pine trees next to Durst Medical. This twisted pile of twigs is actually a Red-Tailed Hawk’s nest …

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May 18 2010

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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Apr 05 2010

Bike-friendly Sullivan’s Island

By Kristin Hackler There are so many reasons to encourage bicycling in a community. From the growing size of American’s belts to the demand for cleaner air and water – not to mention the fact that 1/3 of the population can’t drive*- bicycling is a logical, economical, environmentally-friendly solution to a growing country’s transportation problems. …

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