SIPOA News Sept 28

Get the Scoop

Monday, October 2, 2023
4:00 pm
Oyster Catcher Community Center

Mark your calendars. Get the Scoop returns on Monday, October 2 with a presentation about flooding. A perfect topic for this time of year.

Join your fellow property owners to hear Steve Hirsch, SIPOA Director of Engineering, talk about “High Tides, Storm Surge, and Rain: A Discussion About Flooding” at Oyster Catcher Community Center.

4th Annual Flu Shot Clinic

Wednesday, October 4, 2023
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Lake House Osprey Rooms

Our residents’ health and safety are important. As part of our Back2Business association with MUSC Health, SIPOA is hosting the 4th Annual Flu Shot Clinic at the Lake House on Wednesday, October 4 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. All residents and staff are welcome to attend.

Please sign up for a time slot here so MUSC has a better idea of how many people will take advantage of this great opportunity and have enough vaccines for everyone! 

Walk-ins are welcome, but we strongly encourage you to sign-up for a timeslot. Be sure to bring your insurance card!

Adopt a Highway

Saturday, October 7, 2023
8:45 am

Come make the entrance to Seabrook Island beautiful. The next Adopt-a-Highway opportunity will be on Saturday, October 7 at 8:45 am. Meet at the Lake House parking lot, and bring your gloves, bug spray, and water. Pick-up sticks, bags, and vests will be provided.

We will sweep Betsy Kerrison Parkway from Habitat Blvd to the River Road intersection, which usually takes two hours.

New SIPOA Compost Program

We are excited to announce a new compost program on Seabrook Island. Seabrook Island Property Owners Association (SIPOA) has established a compost collection site at the existing trash and recycling center.

The address of the trash and recycling center is 2902 Seabrook Island Road near the Maintenance Shed and the Community Garden.

Compostable items can be brought there and deposited in one of the two collection containers. The containers will be emptied every Tuesday and Friday, and the materials will be hauled to the Charleston County compost facility to be processed as compost.

This is a new sustainability initiative we hope residents will elect to participate in. Details on what is and is not compostable can be found  here and on the SIPOA website.

-Submitted by SIPOA

(Image credit: Smart Recycling)