Things to do with Visitors – Charleston County Parks and Recreation

Did you know that the Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission offers a diverse variety of activities, camps, festivals and events throughout the year.  Activities are for the young and not-so-young!  They host bird walks, teach kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing, archery and rock wall climbing, to name a few.  They offer first aid training, basketball clinics, adventure camps for kids and so much more.   Please go http://www.ccprc.com/calendar.aspx to view their calendar of activities and events or to http://www.ccprc.com/index.aspx?nid=1458 to request a catalog of the County’s Parks & Recreation programs.   This is a great source of activities if you have people visiting!

-Tidelines Editor

Streetlights

Berkeley Electric owns and maintains the street lights on Seabrook Island; if one needs attention for any reason, all you need to do is contact them at the link (below). They need the closest street address to the problem streetlight.
http://www.becsc.com/content/outdoor-light-repair-form

Submitted by Guy Gimson

2018 June Tidelines Workshop

Cropping and Resizing an image using Mac Preview

Video instructions:

Cropping an Image (0.41):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TBQmXRIOZY

Cropping an Image (1.58):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2qZ-bPtKf0

Resizing One Image (2:40):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gavmkmp_9E

Resizing Multiple images that are the same size (4:03):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWeYofqcsN0

Written Instructions:

WikiHow to do anything…  https://www.wikihow.com/Resize-Pictures-(for-Macs)

Multiple Images in WordPress

Thumbnail Grid – 4 Columns

Tiled Mosaic – Random Order

Square Tiles – 3 Columns

Circles – 3 Columns

Tiled Columns

Slide Show

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Word Document Exported as a pdf

Click here to see this weeks Turtle Patrol photos.

 

 

Backyard Buffers

As Seabrookers are preparing for the spring season and maintaining their yards they should be mindful of maintaining a buffer area between their yard and any adjacent water bodies. The attached piece of literature provides an informative set of guidelines and recommendations for maintaining backyard buffers. These guidelines were produced by SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (OCRM) as an educational tool for stormwater quality . Please keep them in mind during your planting and clearing activities this spring and make sure that your landscaper has a copy as well!

Link to  OCRM Backyard Buffer Guidelines

Submitted by Steve Hirsch, PE, PMP
Director of Engineering
Seabrook Island POA