Tag: sullivan’s

Dec 10 2018

Holiday Lights At Sullivan’s Island Fire & Rescue

Photos by Virginia Stith Sullivan’s Island hosted its annual lighting event at the Fire Station/Town Hall complex on Middle St., Friday evening Nov 30. The Wando High School Chorus performed and children got to visit with Santa.

Dec 06 2018

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: Tuesday, November 20, 2018

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Eye News Staff Writer The agenda for Town of Sullivan’s Island town council meetings is usually measured in hectares; both sides of an 8.5/14 sheet of paper. It was quite a bit shorter for the meeting at Town Hall on Nov. 20. However, the items on the smaller sheet were …

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Nov 30 2018

Letter To The Editor: Sullivan’s Island Town Council Likes Compromise – But How Much?

Dear Editor,  For years Sullivan’s Island Town Council has indeed successfully defended, in the South Carolina Courts, the Town’s right to protect and manage the Accreted Land Trust area – the Maritime Forest – for the benefit of all Sullivan’s Island residents. Now Town Council is bending over backwards in a compassionate attempt to implement …

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Nov 28 2018

East Cooper Community Outreach Benefits From Sullivan’s Island Charity

By Jessica Willis for The Island Eye News On the chilly morning of Nov. 3, in the spirit of this Thanksgiving season, volunteers and island residents from the Church of the Holy Cross headed around the island station by station to invite their neighbors to “give back and give hope.” Volunteers visited nearly every home …

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Nov 27 2018

Veterans Day At Sullivan’s Island Elementary

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Sullivan’s Island Elementary School celebrated Veteran’s Day by inviting local vets to attend breakfast with students. Veterans were welcomed by kindergarteners offering salutes and waving flags in their honor. Honorees were invited to tour the school following the feast. The inaugural event was organized by the SIES PTA, …

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Nov 26 2018

Veteran’s Day Wreath Laying On Sullivan’s Island

Staff Report for The Island Eye News Island residents celebrated Veterans Day by remembering former residents who gave their lives for our country. Honored by Boy Scouts, veterans and community members, the following remembrances were read aloud at the ceremony that took place on Sunday, Nov. 11. Alexander G. Izlar was working as an electrician …

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Nov 21 2018

Sullivan’s Island Mayors Message: November 2018

Dear Island Neighbors, I hope you and your family are having a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. We certainly have much to be thankful for on the island, every year, and this year in particular. Recently I wound up a business trip for my day job and as so often happens, I had a number of casual …

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Nov 15 2018

Letter To The Editor: Town Council Likes Winner Take All

For years Sullivan’s Island Town Council has vigorously defended the accreted land including their latest “success” at the State Supreme Court regarding the Town’s right to control the land. Now that it has clarified that the Town controls the land, how about leading with compassion instead of continuing to drive conflict and complexity? There should …

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Nov 09 2018

Sullivan’s Island Churches And The National Park Service To Commemorate The Armistice That Ended World War I

By Paula Ogden Muse for Island Eye News On Sunday, November 11, 2018 activities will be held on Sullivan’s Island to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the end of World War I. At the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice was signed in Compiegne, France to bring …

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Nov 03 2018

Letter To The Editor: Joe Cunningham For Congress

TO THE EDITOR: As we approach the election of our next Representative to the US Congress, it is important that the candidates understand the job for which they are applying. During her primary campaign, Ms. Arrington stated in a debate how she sees the role of our next Representative: “Our job is to support our …

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