Lake House Shuttle Bus – Cooper River Bridge Run

April 1st, 2017 * 8:00 AM

Lake House Shuttle Bus
Cost: $25.00

Shuttle Registration Information and Itinerary

5:45 AM – Check In at Seabrook Island Real Estate Parking Lot
5:50 AM – Shuttle bus will LEAVE Seabrook Island
8:00 AM – Cooper River Bridge Run begins
10:30 AM – Return to Shuttle bus (located behind the Aquarium Parking Garage) for departure back to Seabrook Island

Due to the traffic of the race and the bridge closing, the bus MUST leave promptly at 5:50 AM to ensure that we arrive at the race in enough time to get everyone to their respective spots at the start line.

The plan is to leave downtown Charleston from just behind the Aquarium Garage. We ask participants to return to the bus at 10:30AM. Please note, the return time is dependent upon when our last racers finish.

Charging Policy:
Charges for the Cooper River Bridge Run Bus will be billed to the Property Owner or Club Member account.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR
THE LAKE HOUSE COOPER RIVER BRIDGE RUN BUS
IS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17th.  Registration forms are located on the information table below the Lobby TV at The Lake House.

If you have any questions, please contact The Lake House
at (843) 725-1580 or email jmogus@sipoa.org

REGISTRATION FOR THE COOPER RIVER BRIDGE RUN
IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARTICIPANT.

Registration for the bus ride DOES NOT REGISTER PARTICIPANTS FOR THE RACE. To register for the Cooper River Bridge Run, please visit bridgerun.com.

PLEASE NOTE: There are NO REFUNDS for bus registration.

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The Lake House

A Gourmet Holiday SINHG Outing!

On the 9th of December, 10 eager and very hungry SINHG members ventured downtown to visit world-renowned chef, Bob Waggoner, at his spectacular cooking/dining venue. Below is a photo of the group and one taken with Chef Waggoner.

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An array of high-end cooking stations and well-thought-out prep areas enhanced our entire experience.

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Seared shrimp in a cream sauce served with penne was the 1st lesson.  Filet mignon topped with a wine/beef stock reduction was our 2nd treat!  Dessert—a puffed pastry with sliced pears and ice cream completed the feast!

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All of this was served with appropriate wine pairings at a glorious table dressed with fine china and flowers—while the ebony, grand player-piano played on! What a fantastic experience!  Feast your eyes and sign up for this unforgettable experience when offered again.

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Trish Ernstrom

Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, 1/16

The YWCA Greater Charleston and the community come together to honor the legacy of Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with one of the city’s biggest parades, featuring loads of Lowcountry organizations, marching bands, and more. The parade departs from Burke High School on President Street, ends at Marion Square, and is followed by a youth speech and poetry slam at the College of Charleston. Burke High School, 244 President St. Monday, 11am. Free. (843)722-1644, http://www.ywca-charlestonsc.org

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(Photo Credit:  www.ymca-charlestonsc.org)

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Tidelines Editor

Inaugural Southern Fried Chicken Challenge, Jan.14th

It’s time to crown the best southern fried chicken in Charleston. Join in the inaugural Southern Fried Chicken Challenge! This inaugural event at The Grove at Patriots Point on Saturday, 1/14, from 1pm to 6pm, will host 20 local vendors as they compete to make the best, most delicious fried chicken in the area.

Sample tasty dishes from top chefs and restaurants, listen to live music, and help give tribute to the love of this Southern comfort dish. Bring your friends, family, and a chair or blanket, and get ready to spend an afternoon indulging in the best foods Charleston has to offer.

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The restaurants competing for Charleston’s Best Fried Chicken include Bohemian Bull, Crave Kitchen & Cocktails/Mac Daddy, Fleet Landing, Sticky Fingers Ribhouse, Virgina’s On King and more.

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Proposed Bylaw and Covenant Amendments for 2017 Annual Meeting

At the Special meeting of the SIPOA Board of Directors on Thursday, December 29th, the Board adopted the deadline and standards for statements in support of and against proposed amendments to the SIPOA By-laws and to the Restrictive Covenants for inclusion into the Annual Meeting package to be sent to all property owners in advance of the February 18, 2017 Annual Meeting.

One statement in support of each proposed amendment and one statement against each proposed amendment will be included in the Annual Meeting package. The deadline for submission is no later than 4 pm Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday, January 4, 2017. An electronic version of such statement must be submitted in PDF format and attached to an email sent to hpaton@sipoa.org before 4 PM Eastern Standard Time on January 4, 2017, and a printed version of such statement is to be delivered by the time indicated above, and receipt acknowledged as to date and time by the SIPOA employee at the Reception Desk at the SIPOA Administration Office. The format for both electronic and printed documents is as follows:

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