Category Archives: Organizations on Seabrook

SI Garden Club Announces Halloween Porch Decorating Contest

Get Your Spooky Front Porches Ready! Halloween is quickly approaching! The Seabrook Island Garden Club will be sponsoring a Halloween front porch decorating contest! Seabrookers are asked to decorate and submit their front porch photos via email to seabrookislandgardenclub@gmail.com  to be … Continue reading

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Reminder: Garden Club Program Can’t Touch This!

Remember that the Seabrook Island Garden Club is holding a Zoom meeting on October 9, 2020, featuring Christopher Burtt, Consumer Horticulture Extension Agent for Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester Counties. Find out more about “itchy-rash plants.” Can’t Touch This! Friday, October … Continue reading

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Can’t Touch This!

Seabrook Island Garden Club announces the October 9, 2020 Meeting – Can’t Touch This! Itch, itch itch! Scratch, scratch, scratch! Did you ever wonder how you got that awful rash when you were outside? Mystery solved! Find out from The … Continue reading

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A Message from SEADOG’s Board of Directors

It has recently come to the attention of the SEADOG’s Board that several dogs who regularly visit the beach have come down with kennel cough. Kennel cough is a highly contagious respiratory illness that is much like the human cold … Continue reading

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Come Join the Garden Club for 2020-2021

An all-island meeting for those interested in becoming new members will be held via Zoom on Friday, September 11, 2020 at 10:00 am. E-mail seabrookislandgardenclub@gmail.com to sign up for this meeting, and learn about club membership and the many exciting events planned … Continue reading

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The Seabrooker September 2020

The September 2020 edition of The Seabrooker can be accessed online through the Town of Seabrook Island’s website. Click here and select the September 2020 link to read the following columns: “From Town Hall” on page1 “COVAR Corner” on page … Continue reading

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Watch the Replay: Seabrook Island Shorebirds

Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) hosted its second virtual Zoom Evening Program on Wednesday August 19, 2020, featuring naturalist Bob Mercer speaking on the Shorebirds of Seabrook Island. More than 80 people registered for the event from ten states and one … Continue reading

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Seabrook Island Garden Club Announces 2020-21 Slate of Officers

At the conclusion of its 2019-20 season, the garden club announced its slate of officers for the coming season. Dianne Thompson Cain will serve as President; Karen Nuttall, Vice President; Jo Eisenhauer, Treasurer; Holli Bolte, Corresponding Secretary; and Gina Goad, … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Highway Road Cleanup Postponed

The road cleanup on Betsy Kerrison Parkway, originally scheduled for Saturday, September 5, has been postponed. Keep an eye out on Tidelines for an updated schedule. If you have any questions, please contact Rich Siegel at richard.siegel2552@gmail.com or 716-969-4731. –Tidelines Editors

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Turtle Patrol Report for the Week Ending August 23

As the season begins to wind down, the primary activities are monitoring and preparing nests for hatching and conducting nest inventories. Last week, the Turtle Patrol conducted eight inventories, These nests included 633 hatchlings leaving Seabrook Island beaches and heading … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Video for the Week Ending August 16

During the past week the Turtle Patrol inventoried 12 nests which accounted for over 1,100 hatchlings entering the ocean from Seabrook Island. Instead of providing a detailed breakdown of the statistics for each nest we decided that the link to … Continue reading

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Update from the Dolphin Education Program

I hope everyone is having a great summer. The spit has been active over the last few weeks with both dolphins feeding and visitors. Hook, KoKo, and Small Nick are just some of the regular dolphins we see there. Our … Continue reading

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