Two incredible boating experiences will be offered at The Green Space Conservancy Gala this year!!! Think about assembling a group NOW so you are ready to bid on one of these fantastic adventures at the Gala!
Cruise on The Daychanger
Once again, Nick and Emery Macpherson are offering a three-hour cruise for eight on their state-of-the-art boat, the Daychanger. She’s a beautifully appointed, 46-foot Sportfishing boat, complete with a salon, gallery, two staterooms and two heads! You can choose either a morning brunch or sunset cruise and will enjoy exploring Bohicket Creek and the North Edisto River. Chances are, you may encounter a pod of dolphins along the way! Delicious food is part of the package, which may include heavy hors d’oeuvres, dessert and beer and wine. Although holiday and fishing tournament weekends are not available for this cruise, the Macphersons are very flexible and are happy to accommodate the lucky bidder on a mutually-agreed-upon day.
Warren and Julie McCulloch have invited four guests to join them on their 20-foot Sea Hunt named Hydro Therapy for a two-hour-plus late afternoon/early evening cruise along the Kiawah River. This is a prime dolphin-watching area and the perfect location to experience the changing colors of the marsh as the sun settles onto the horizon. Cap’n Warren and First Mate Julie promise the Lowcountry marine and marsh life will put a smile on your face. They are promising appetizers and your choice of adult beverages, too! A mutually-agreeable time can be arranged with the McCullochs for this soothing cruise.
“Trending Green” Gala Reminders for Sunday, March 12, 2017: Doors open at 5 p.m. and the Silent Auction ends at 6:30 p.m., with dinner at 7 p.m. Don’t forget to bring your POA/Club Card, checkbook or credit card to bid on auction items or to purchase grab bags. Bring your cash for the Heads and Tails Beads Game ($20 per string). The Gala Catalogs will be delivered to your home by the end of this week. We are looking forward to a wonderful evening!!
-Submitted by Beth Nichols, SIGSC Gala Committee