Bicycles for Humanity 2020 Update

Sarah Quinn with some of the hundreds of bikes collected.

Hello and happy new year! Once again, this generous community has helped Bicycles for Humanity Charleston (B4H) by continuing to donate bicycles and raise funds for shipping the containers to Africa. Your contributions totaled $5,600. Your willingness to give and share for the past three years has raised $16,200 and 1,078 bicycles to date.

New this year is collecting usable sneakers, sandals, etc — any shoe that could be used in Africa. Shoes are a wonderful filler in the bike containers and are desperately needed in these remote villages. You may drop the shoes at my front door anytime. Please continue to keep those bikes coming, and your financial assistance is always needed and greatly appreciated. Thank you.

-Submitted by Sarah Quinn

(Image credit: Sarah Quinn, pngfly.com)

Posted in Fundraisers, Organizations, Volunteer

The Lake House Now Offers Waxing Services

Did you know The Lake House offers waxing services?

Eva Black, our licensed esthetician and massage therapist, offers an up-to-date technique using hard wax.

Why is this better? Hard wax sticks to the hair, not the skin, it hurts less, and causes little to no irritation to even the most sensitive skin.

For more information please contact Eva Black today!  Eva Black can be reached at (843) 814-6231 or for easy online booking, please visit  www.evalakehouse.setmore.com.

-Submitted by The Lake House

Posted in Lake House

What’s Happening at The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club

The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club has just published its’ January newsletter which highlights the activities of the Club on behalf of the people of John’s Island, outlines the Club’s principles and values, and lists officers, 2019 grant recipients and upcoming events with the Club.

K-S Exchange Club newsletter to see the full newsletter.

-Submitted by Thad Petersen

Posted in Organizations on Seabrook

Be in the Know – Subscribe to SIB’s Google Group Emails

Did you miss the bird walk on North Beach last Saturday morning?  It started with an email sent last Friday mid-day from Ed Konrad to “SeabrookIslandBirders@googlegroups.com” and resulted with 14 SIB members enjoying a great morning of birding the next day.

Would you like to communicate information about birding on Seabrook Island to others who may be interested? Would you like to receive these types of communications?

If so, you may want to join the other 45 members of SIB who are part of SIB’s “Google Group”. It’s easy! To sign up for SIB’s Google Groups – click here and then click on “Subscribe to this group”.

Once you are signed up, you will receive any notice sent to the SeabrookIslandBirders@googlegroups.com. This could include:

  • What birds are being seen in the area and where they are being seen
  • Spur-of-the-moment birding trips on and off island
  • Questions about wild birds, bird watching and other wildlife conservation issues

If you have information to share with the group, just send an email to: SeabrookIslandBirders@googlegroups.com

It’s that easy!!! Give us your feedback and join our communication network for Seabrook Island Birders!

North Beach

-Submitted by SIB

(Image credit: Ed Konrad)

Posted in Nature, SIB

Freshfields Village to Host Artist Benjamin Walls, February 14 – 17

The Art of Adventure: A Weekend of Art & Film at Freshfields Village
Event Schedule

February 14 to 17, 2020:

• Friday, February 14:

Wall’s exhibit will be open from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm and the Art & Wine Walk will take place from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. An opening reception with Walls will take place at on the Village Green at 5:30 pm.

• Saturday, February 15:

The exhibit will be open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm with the exclusive pre-release screening of KIFARU at 4:00 pm, which tells the story of the pending extinction of the Northern White Rhino.

• Sunday, February 16;

The exhibit continues from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

• Monday, February 17;

The exhibit will be open from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

This weekend-long event will feature Walls’ best work, an exclusive screening of
award-winning documentary KIFARU and the annual Art & Wine Walk

Freshfields Village, in partnership with the Benjamin Walls Gallery, will host a weekend-long art exhibit and exclusive pre-release screening of the award-winning film, KIFARU on the Village Green. The Art of Adventure: A Weekend of Art & Film at Freshfields Village will take place February 14 to 17, 2020 to coincide with the annual Freshfields Village Art & Wine Walk.

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Posted in Events, Freshfields, The Arts

The Exchange Club of Kiawah-Seabrook Commemorates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The January 15 , 2020 Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club meeting was a really moving and special evening, with John Reynolds and Bill Jenkins discussing Dr. King and the civil rights movement.

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Posted in Events, Organizations

Seabrook Island Village Cornhole Clash – February 8

 

It’s not too late…

But it will be very soon. There are more than 25 teams already signed up so it’s all but guaranteed to be fun! Add your name or team of two to the list today. It’s the Seabrook Island Village’s first, and probably annual,

Fundraiser

Food, Drink, Laughter & Prizes

Saturday, February 8 at 10 am at the Lake House

The deadline for sign-up is Monday, January 20

Forms are available at the information table at the Lake House or click here for one.

-Submitted by Seabrook Island Village Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Posted in Events, Fundraisers, Organizations on Seabrook

Plan Ahead for New Single-Use Plastics Guidelines

As of January 1,2020, operations throughout Charleston will be required to eliminate use of single-use carryout and merchandise bags, as well as certain plastic carryout and food packaging items. These new measures will mean cleaner city streets and ocean waters.

Who needs to get ready?

  • Concession/event vendors and food trucks
  • Farmers markets/stands and takeout stands
  • Schools and governments
  • Grocery and liquor stores
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Retail stores

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(Image credit: City of Charleston)

Posted in Nature

Time Changes: 33rd Annual SIPOA Arts and Crafts Show

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Mark your Calendar!

  • Friday, February 14, 2020 from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm (new time)
    Meet the Artists Reception – 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm (refreshments will be  served) (new time)
  • Saturday, February 15, 2020 from 10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Exhibitors Wanted!

Seabrook Island is lucky to be home to many artists, craftsmen, photographers, hobbyists, and more! If you have artwork to display, we want you to show it at the 33rd Annual Arts and Crafts Show!

To download and print the 33rd Annual Arts & Crafts Show registration form, click here.

To fill out the registration form online, click here.

Registration forms will also be available at The Lake House, and the SIPOA Admin Office.

Please return completed the registration form to The Lake House front desk or email jmogus@sipoa.org by Thursday, February 6, 2010 by 4 pm.

Due to limited space, NO registrations will be accepted after February 6th.  No walk-ins will be permitted.

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Posted in Lake House, SIPOA, The Arts

Introducing New Lake House Personal Trainer – Liz Dworkin

 

Liz has been training for over seven years and absolutely loves helping her clients reach new heights. Liz grew up in Marlborough, MA (near Boston and moved in Charleston in 2016. When she is not in the gym, you will find Liz walking her two little mini dachshunds on the beach. She also enjoy doing all things outside and taking in the beautiful areas around town.

Check out a note from Liz below:

Fitness drives me to be a better person each and every day, and in return it has helped me to become the best personal trainer I can be. Helping someone perform a new movement, reach a new goal, or hit a personal record gives me the most rewarding feeling. Fostering a sense of accomplishment for others shows me that my work is creating a positive influence in someone else’s life.

I strive to help my clients aspire to be the best version of themselves. I want to push them out of their comfort zones and eliminate their fears about trying new things, help them set new goals they never even knew they had and empower them to know they can do anything they set their minds to. I believe health and fitness is a key to a happy and healthy life and I want to share that with everyone I meet.

Experience you can trust:

  • Certified NASM Personal Trainer
  • Certified CrossFit L-1 Trainer
  • American Council on Exercise Fitness Nutrition Specialty Certification
  • Individualized fitness program development expert
  • Experienced in tailored client education and motivation
  • Sophisticated understanding of nutritional planning guidance

Help us in welcoming Liz to Seabrook Island and The Lake House Team!

-Submitted by The Lake House

 

Posted in Health and Wellness, Lake House

Charleston Theater Scene

Charleston has a lot to offer when it comes to theater. If you are interested in what shows are currently playing in Charleston, click on the following links.

Dock Street Theatre

 

Woolfe Street Playhouse

 

34 West

 

Pure Theatre

 

The Footlight Players

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(Image credit: Theater websites)

Posted in The Arts

SIPOA Board of Directors and Finance Committee Meeting Minutes

The most recent minutes of the SIPOA Board of Directors and Finance Committee meetings are available online.

To view these minutes, go to https://gateaccess.net. You will be asked for the Community Code, select SIPOA and then type in your user name and password.  After clicking on Login, scroll across the top bar and select Community Documents.

Please refer any questions to publiccomment@sipoa.org.

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Posted in SIPOA