Category Archives: Volunteer

WaterWise Kids Thank Seabrook

First graders from our local Frierson and Mt. Zion Schools drew these pictures to thank all of the Seabrookers who helped them learn to swim here at the outdoor Lake House pool. They were part of the WaterWise program held in … Continue reading

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Magnolia Plantation Volunteer Program Info Session – June 11

Ever thought about volunteering? Magnolia is looking for energetic individuals aged 15+ interested in gardening, history, youth programs or special events. Flexible hours, no experience necessary. Join one of the Volunteer Program Information Sessions at 10 am and 5 pm … Continue reading

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WaterWise Comes to Seabrook Island

If you happened by the Lake House outdoor swimming pool in the morning recently, you would have seen groups of first graders with bathing suits and life jackets there. They are children from Frierson and Mt. Zion elementary schools. These … Continue reading

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May Adopt-A-Highway Clean-up

Early in the morning of Cinco de Mayo, fourteen of Seabrook’s finest volunteers gathered to help clean up the gateway to our island – the Betsy Kerrison Parkway. A note of thanks is due to Karen and Walter Sewell, Patricia … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Highway Reminder

This Saturday, May 5, 2018 we will be leaving the Lake House at 8:30 am to clean-up Betsy Kerrison Parkway. We hope to see you there. If you have any questions please contact Rich Siegel at 716-969-4731 or -Submitted by … Continue reading

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Seabrook Supports Habitat for Humanity’s Annual Women’s Build

A number of Seabrook Women came out to support Habitat for Humanity’s annual Women’s Build.  Women’s Build is a week-long event that take place each spring where women work together to build a Habitat home.  We hope to see some … Continue reading

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Start Your Cinco de Mayo Off Right – May 5

Spring has finally sprung and it’s once again time to get out on Betsy Kerrison Parkway for a quick pick me up on May 5, 2018. The Adopt-A-Highway volunteers will gather at the Lake House and prepare to depart around … Continue reading

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“Water Wise” Volunteers Needed

If you want to help prevent kids from drowning, what better way than to teach them to swim as part of our program “WaterWise”.  This is the 6th year Seabrook and Kiawah volunteers will be teaching kindergarteners and 1st graders … Continue reading

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Seabrook Island Dolphin Education & Data Collection Program

How would you like to spend more time on the beach observing the strand feeding dolphins once or twice a week during the two hours before and after low tides? You can help identify each pod of dolphins with photos … Continue reading

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Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build April 14-21

For decades, Women Build volunteers from all walks of life have come together to build stronger, safer communities. During the Women Build week, women make a difference by helping build a decent and affordable home for a family that needs … Continue reading

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Sea Island Habitat for Humanity Anniversary

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity is celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2018! Throughout the organization’s history, it has been dedicated to building safe and secure homes for deserving families across Johns, James and Wadmalaw Islands. Currently, Sea Island Habitat is … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are the Very Best!

February 3, 2018: On this chilly but pleasant February morning, twenty-four (!) volunteers showed up to help clean up Betsy Kerrison Parkway. Over fifty bags of trash and more than the usual number of car parts were collected. Thanks go … Continue reading

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