Johns Island Farmers Market Fundraiser

Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary

There will be a special Bake Sale tomorrow at Johns Island Farmers 
Market located on the grounds of Charleston Collegiate School.
Saturday, July 1, from 9:00 A.M. Till???
All donations will go directly to Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary. For more information on Hallie Hill go to http://awos.petfinder.com/shelters/SC429.html   Please, come and support.  
-Submitted by Dorothy Farfone

Highlights From the Town Council Meeting on June 28

The Seabrook Island Town Council Meeting was called to order by Major Ron Ciancio at 2:30 pm on Tuesday, June 27, 2017.

He reported that the Town Revenues for the month of May as well as year to date exceeded expenditures.  This is due to several factors; among them are higher franchise fees from Comcast, lower expenses on road repairs which he indicated was essentially a timing issue and lower than anticipated expenditures on legal fees and salaries.

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Holiday Schedule, July 2 – July 5

Sunday, July 2nd

11:00 am – 6:00 pm –  Fourth of July Art Show (The Lake House)
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm –  Meet the Artist Reception (The Lake House)

Monday, July 3rd
8:00 am – Fourth of July 5K Walk/Run
(Start/Finish – The Lake House)

Approximately 1:20pm – Salute from the Shore
A flyby of F-16s and vintage World War II aircraft will commence
at the NC/SC border at 1:00 p.m. and make its way down the entire SC coast.
(Best viewing will be from the beach)

Dusk – Fireworks sponsored by The Town of Seabrook
Rain Date:  Wednesday, July 5
(Seabrook Island Club Driving Range)

Tuesday, July 4th
9:30 am – Fourth of July Parade
(Seabrook Island Road Loop)

Following the Parade
After Parade Family Fun Celebration
Jump Castle with slide, music and hot dogs.
(The Lake House)

Wednesday, July 5th
8:00 am –  Tri It Kids Triathlon
(The Lake House)

 

 

 

 

 

CCPRC: Uncle Sam Jam – July 4

Enjoy the cool harbor breeze and dance to live beach music at the perfect venue for celebrating our independence – the Mount Pleasant Pier! At the foot of the Arthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge, stretching 1250 feet out into Charleston Harbor, the scenic Mount Pleasant Pier will also be a great spot to watch the area’s best fireworks displays! Join in on our party at the end of this scenic pier, and groove to live Carolina beach and party music from Recollections.

Event Details

  • Beverages will be available for purchase inside the event.
  • Treats and snacks will be available at the Riverwatch Cafe.
  • Gates open at 7 p.m., and music starts at 8 p.m.
  • Outside alcohol and coolers are prohibited.

Admission

  • Advance purchase is $8. Admission will be $10 on-site, if space is available.
  • Register online or call 843-795-4386.
  • Online registration ends at midnight on the day before the event. On the day of the event, admission can be purchased by calling 843-795-4386 by 2 p.m. or at the event gate if available.
  • Only 800 spaces are available.
  • No refunds or exchanges.
  • Food, beverage, and parking fees not included in price.

The front section of the pier will still be open to regular visitors for fireworks viewing for no admission fee. Programs, dates, and fees are subject to change and/or cancellation without notice.

(Photo credit:  CCPRC website)

-Tidelines Editor

 

Clarification: #4 Hurricane Hint – Clean Out the Basement

On June 26, Tidelines published a post regarding cleaning out your basement in preparation for hurricane season.  It stated that old cans of paint and chemicals can be brought to the Seabrook recycling center.

We would like to clarify that hazardous materials, including old paint cans, chemicals, and any other type of hazardous materials, may be brought to the Seabrook maintenance facility (2902B Seabrook Island Road) only on brown and white pick up days (which are the first Friday of each month) before 2 pm.  Hazardous materials must be handed directly to the attendant on duty.  The materials cannot be left on the ground.  Drop off of hazardous materials on brown and white days is for Seabrook residents only. There are two county facilities where Seabrook residents and guests may drop off hazardous materials at any time.

-Tidelines Editor

Join us on July 10 for Respite Night with the Riverdogs!

Monday, July 10, is “Dogs with a Cause” night benefiting Respite Care Charleston! Respite Care Charleston provides social day programs, support groups for early stage Alzheimer’s disease, and caregiver support groups for individuals and families affected by memory disorders. Participants in our respite programs enjoy memory stimulating socialization, music therapy and gentle exercise; family caregivers benefit from a much-needed break. Respite care is a short break from caregiving, and helps support and strengthen families, allowing the continuation of care in the home.

Join us at The Joe as the Charleston Riverdogs take on the Columbia Fireflies at 7:05 pm! A portion of the night’s proceeds will go to Respite Care Charleston. Tickets are $10 and you may purchase them by calling or emailing Jennifer Hartig at 843-408-5243 or jennifer@respitecarecharleston.org.

http://www.respitecarecharleston.org

Submitted by Jennifer Hartig

SIPOA Notice

Open for Public Comment:  Election Process Report

As discussed at the June 20, 2017  Board of Directors meeting, a report of the Special Committee on Election Process has been posted to our website, along with the presentation given at that meeting and all appendices referenced in the report.  The report is open for public comment through Friday, July 14, so please read and respond by then to publiccomment@sipoa.org

-Submitted by SIPOA

 

 

4th of July Music At Freshfields Village, Sunday July 2

Kick off the 4th of July weekend celebration at the Festival of Mountain Music, as four-time Grammy award winner, David Holt hosts four of the most exciting acts performing music of the southern mountains today!

Bring your lawn chair and sit under the tent in Freshfields Village for an afternoon of great music, dancing, and celebration for all ages.

-Tidelines Editor

Turtle Patrol Weekly Summary – June 19 through 25

Monday, June 19th
Nest #39

Walkers Cathrine Scully, Sue Thomas, Gary Holtz, Rob Jerome, and Danya Geller with her 2 children, Noah and Leila called with a crawl just south of boardwalk 2. Bill and Linda Nelson with Jim Lawrence responded and found Nest 39. The 60 eggs were moved to higher ground down the beach.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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