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Writing Specialists Kitty Bartell, David Bennett, Matthew Clark, John Cranford, Paul deVere, Becca Edwards, Courtney Hampson, Linda S. Hopkins, Laura Jacobi, Denise K. James, Barry Kaufman, Lisa Sulka, Kent Thune

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MOLLOY, ï KIM STYLIST EXTRAORDINAIRE FOR CH2/CB2 MAGAZINE Founded in 1992 by Hilton Head creative local, Shane Levi Gould, Fuel’s foundation was built on supporting the Skate, Surf, Snow, Moto, Music & Racing lifestyle. Since then, this brand that takes chances and pushes the envelope has had major success locally and globally. Styles are available for men, women & children. No matter what your wardrobe looks like, a piece of Fuel will surely add some spark. What’s your Fuel?

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IT MAY SOUND WEIRD, BUT I DON’T THINK I HAD A SINGULAR MOMENT. BECOMING A MUSICIAN HAS BEEN WHAT I HAVE WANTED FOR AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER.

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A New Phase begins

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An aerial view of Lakeside Village. John Reed, Pratt Reed and Erik Olson pictured in the Screened Porch, a gathering place for residents at Hampton Lake.


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More Shannon Tanner, Please Can’t get enough of Shannon Tanner? Fans are invited to return to Shelter Cove Harbour on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for additional interactive family shows at 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. Come back on Thursday nights, when Tanner and The Oyster Reefers, a Jimmy Buffet tribute band, perform a special concert featuring all your favorite island tunes (6:30-9:00PM.) as part of Parrot Palooza. Enjoy this show through August 13 and reset your internal clock to “island time.” Tanner also offers other activities associated with HarbourFest that give families a more personal experience with the beloved entertainer, including the Most Excellent Pirate Expedition. For more information or reservations, call (843) 422-0757 or visit piratekidzofhiltonhead.com.

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Fireworks Return with a Tuesday night fireworks will light up the sky at dusk during HarbourFest. See schedule below: Saturday, July 4 (expanded show!) Tuesdays, July 7, 14, 21 & 28 Tuesdays, August 4 & 11 Don’t miss the special Saturday evening Fourth of July fireworks show, an expanded version of the Tuesday night celebration. (All shows are weather permitting.)

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JULY 4TH EVENT PARKING INFORMATION

Shelter Cove Harbour July 4 event and fireworks, the largest display on the island, will again offer two parking lots available for attendees, who will then be shuttled to the event. Secure auxiliary parking will be available at Chaplin Park off of Singleton Beach Road and at the Hargray parking lot along Highway 278. Traffic will be directed from 278 to the designated parking areas, and each lot will have onsite security officers. Attendees to the event can park for free at these lots, board one of several shuttles that will run continuously from 5 p.m.-11 p.m. and be dropped off at Shelter Cove Harbour for the fireworks and other entertainment. They can then catch the shuttle upon the conclusion of the event to be taken back to the parking lots. Attendees are encouraged to use these parking areas to ensure safe and smooth entry and exit from the event. Walking or riding bikes is another alternative to avoid parking and traffic problems. Those walking or biking from Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort must use the pedestrian bridge that passes underneath Hwy 278 to bypass highway traffic. Shelter Cove Harbour fireworks over Broad Creek will take place at dusk on July 4 weather permitting for the set up and launch. For more information, contact: Lyn Mettler, 404-713-1110, or email lmettler@stepaheadinc.com

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HOW TO UNPLUG For many people, the mere thought of living without television is unimaginable. But for most of us, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really just a habit. And like any other habit you wish to break or modify, to succeed, you need a reason and a plan. What might your reason be? Is it that you need to find time for exercise or to go out with friends? Maybe you need a break from the constant feed of

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negative news; or perhaps you are concerned about what your children are viewing. I suggest that you initially go cold turkey rather than weaning off. You can decide later how much viewing time to add back in and what types of programming are worth your time and attention. Commit yourself to a specific time period with no television—say a week, or a month if you’re brave. At first, you may feel uncomfortable and unsure what to do with yourself. You may also be tempted to fill the time by staring at a different kind of screen (computer, notebook or smartphone). Resist. Check and respond to e-mail, conduct any necessary business and put a time limit on social media. I promise, it won’t kill you. Prepare yourself mentally by making plans to get together with friends in a non-television environment. Break out a deck of cards or some board games for your family, set up a jigsaw puzzle, or immerse yourself in a good novel. Talk to someone (now there’s a novel idea!). And for goodness sake, go outside and play.

THINGS TO DO FOR FUN AND RELAXATION BESIDES WATCH TV Have sex Ride a bike Play a sport or learn a new one Set up a game of badminton, horseshoes or bocce ball in your yard (or at the beach) Go for a walk Phone a friend Meet a friend for lunch Listen to music Play a musical instrument or learn how Attend a concert See a live theatre production or comedy act Get a spa treatment Take a bubble bath Take a nap Visit a museum or art gallery Take a tour or nature tour Go shopping Work a jigsaw Play word games or board games Cuddle with or play with your pet Visit a park or amusement park Go for a ride around your neighborhood Pick some wildflowers Dance and/or take lessons Build a sandcastle Plan a day trip or future vacation Draw, paint or color Visit a craft store and discover a new hobby Sign up for a class at TCL or Lifelong Learning Read, write, cook, sew, skate, swim, garden, sail, fish, ski, waterski, jet ski, parasail, skydive Volunteer Spend time with loved ones

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By the time the average American child is 18, he or she will have witnessed over 16,000 murders and 200,000 acts of violence on television. 10 percent of all youth violence is directly attributable to viewing violent television. Over 90 percent of children say they feel scared or upset by what they see on television. Over 81 percent of the time, children ages 2-7 spend in front of the television is time unsupervised. Most parents have little or no idea what their children may be exposed to in their day-to-day media experiences. The average child spends 900 hours per year in school, yet over 1,023 hours per year parked in front of the television. Studies show that watching 10 or more hours of television a week negatively impacts children’s school performance. Children exposed to television on a daily basis show significant drops in their creativity, problem-solving ability and their reading levels. One in five American children is overweight and half of those are severely overweight. This hasn’t been the case all along. In 1965 only 5 percent of children in this country were overweight. Television has come to replace many of the activities that children participated in generations ago. Instead of playing outside, participating in sports or outdoor activities, the average child today spends four to five hours daily in front of the television. Television promotes poor nutrition and eating habits. In an average four hours of Saturday morning cartoons, your child will view over 200 advertisements for junk foods and candy. The average family spends four to five hours every day watching TV but only 35 minutes having a meaningful conversation. Now that’s scary!

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two big scdnr tips Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement personnel do an extraordinary job of, among other things, keeping boaters safe and fishermen honest, while protecting the waters and land so precious to Lowcountry residents. Following are two tips from SCDNRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Adam Henderson to keep you safe and happy on Lowcountry waterways. 1) Maintain your safety gear. The most common problems encountered with boaters are probably inadequate or missing safety gear. This can be easily be fixed prior to getting underway by doing a quick vessel inspection, making sure existing safety equipment (e.g. life jackets, fire extinguisher, navigation lights, etc.) is present, in proper supply and in working order. 2) Designate a sober driver. While all aspects of boater safety are important, impaired boat operators are probably the biggest concern. While it is not illegal to drink alcohol while boating, the South Carolina legal limit for operating a boat is .08 BAC, just as with driving an automobile. Alcohol impairment slows reaction time and inhibits the attention needed to be a safe boat operator. SCDNR will be looking for signs of impairment, so if a person plans on drinking, get a designated driver who is capable of operating the boat.


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“REAL” MOMS RULE AS DIFFICULT AND COMPLICATED AS IT MAY BE TO SHARE YOUR CHILDREN, THE GREATEST GIFTS YOU CAN GIVE THEM ARE HARMONY AT HOME AND A PEACEFUL FAMILY UNIT. REGARDLESS OF HOW YOUR MARRIAGE ENDED OR HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT THEIR FATHER, IF YOU CAN FIND IT WITHIN YOURSELF TO SEE HIS NEW WIFE AS PART OF THE FAMILY, YOU WILL GAIN ANOTHER STAR IN YOUR CROWN. MAKE IT A POINT TO GET TO KNOW HER THROUGH NEUTRAL EYES, AS IF YOU MET HER AT YOUR BOOK CLUB OR BRIDGE GROUP. YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE BEST FRIENDS, BUT BY OPENING THE DOOR TO COMMUNICATION, YOU WILL GAIN AN ALLY AND COMRADE IN THE CARE OF YOUR CHILDREN. REMEMBER THAT THE STEPMOM IS NOT YOUR ENEMY OR YOUR COMPETITION. SHE HAS A ROLE TO PLAY IN YOUR CHILDREN’S LIVES, BUT SHE WILL NEVER BE “THE MOM.” YOU RULE!

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SARA CATHERINE WHEATLEY SINGS 27 HIT PATSY CLINE SONGS IN THIS MEMORABLE EVENING.


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Ansley Goodman (formerly Ansley Grogan) has been promoted to vice president of Atlantic Community Bank. Ansley has worked in the financial industry for over 10 years with eight years of local bank management experience.

WEICHERT, REALTORS® - Coastal Properties welcomes Helen Klein to the sales team. Klein, a 23-year Lowcountry resident who holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, previously worked in the hospitality industry and has received several customer service awards.

Eighteen-year-old Cameron Hammel, from the Fred Astaire Dance Studio, competed for the first time in the adult category of the Savannah Dance Classic and placed fourth overall with his instructor Christina Rodgers.

Robinson Grant & Co., P.A. recently added Jaja Epps to their staff of accountants. Epps is pursuing an accounting degree at USC-Beaufort and is also a recent graduate of the Hilton Head/ Bluffton Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program.

group46, emerging local marketing agency of experienced brand navigators, announces several new hires to their organization: Erik Dreistadt as web developer, who will be aiding in programming and database back-end development; Rachel Rucker, account coordinator, who has a background in marketing and public relations; and Sean Ferda as business development director, who has experience in increasing businesses’ ROI.

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Pearce Scott Architects and CS Thomas Construction are expanding their workspace with the construction of two new buildings to the left of Garden Gate on State of Mind Street, across from Bluffton BBQ. A groundbreaking ceremony was held May 19.

Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) announced that Peggy Edwards, director of communications and editor of TennisPro magazine, was presented a 2015 APEX Award (Awards for Publishing Excellence).

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Melba Windham has joined RE/MAX Island Realty Sun City. She has over 20 years of real estate experience as well as 15 years working in the mortgage and insurance business. John Payne has joined RE/MAX Island Realty in Bluffton. After working 25 years in airline management, he is now a licensed broker, accredited luxury home specialist, buyer’s representative and senior real estate specialist.

Dividend Assets Capital, LLC (DAC) is pleased to announce that Deborah A. Lamb, CSCP, has accepted the position of chief compliance officer, with overall responsibilities for compliance and risk supervision. Lamb has more than 25 years of hands-on global equity and fixed income industry experience with both institutional and individual investment advisers, broker-dealers, registered and unregistered U.S. and foreign domiciled funds. Parker’s, a nationally recognized convenience store leader, recently presented a $5,000 “Fueling the Community” check to Bulloch County Schools. The company’s charitable initiative officially launched in the fall of 2011 and regularly donates money to public and private schools across Georgia and South Carolina.

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Tanger Outlets, Hilton Head is excited to announce four individual schools in Beaufort County as this year’s recipients of a TangerKIDS Grant: Beaufort Middle School for “ReusED Art”; Hilton Head Middle School for “Reading & Creative Play Center for Autistic Students”; Pritchardville Elementary School for “RAZ Kids”; and Red Cedar Elementary School for “Robotics in the Elementary School.” For every coupon book sold, Tanger has earmarked one dollar for the TangerKIDS Grants program. Moore & Van Allen PLLC is pleased to announce that Anne Kelley Russell has joined the firm’s Charleston office Estate & Wealth Planning practice group as an associate. Russell offers clients a wide range of estate planning and wealth transfer advice, primarily providing counsel to individuals and families who want to ensure that their wishes are followed in the event of a serious illness or death.

The Society of Bluffton Artists (SOBA) is pleased to announce the 2015 Naomi McCracken Scholarship Awards. The first place winner is Victoria Branagan who will be attending Winthrop University in the fall, studying art with emphasis on fashion merchandising; the second place award went to Sheldon Smith who will be studying graphic design at Coastal Carolina University.

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Aunt Chilada’sTommy Simms (Mondays; 7-10PM)

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Hudson’s- Happy Hour! Beer, cocktails & bites (Daily 3-6PM) The BoardroomJuly 7:Copious Jones July 14: Morrison Brothers July 21: Five40 Corks (Bluffton)Every Tuesday OPEN MIC with Johnny O & The Port O Johns (8-11PM)

Salty Dog CafeDave Kemmerly (6-10PM)

The Crazy CrabMike Wilson (Mondays 6-9PM)

Crazy Crab- Brad Wells/Harry Santana (rotating every other Wednesday; 6-9PM)

The Lodge-The Lodge’s Growler Hour, 4-6pm. Buy a growler, get a free pint while you wait!

Porter & Pig: Get Canned $18 Select craft buckets (5) $3 shots (Grandma, Rumpy, Fireball, Jager)

Charbar Co.- Mike & Leo Duo (6-9PM)

Aunt Chilada’sSimpson Brothers (Wednesdays; 7-10PM) Happy Hour (4-7PM)

Porter & Pig: Happy Hour Live Jazz with Will & Delbert (4:30-7:30) $4 House Wines $5 Chorizo Stuffed Dates

Porter & Pig- Trivia Night with Great Prizes (8PM-10PM) $2 Tuesdays: $2 domestics and Sliders

Send your event/entertainment listing to hunter@celebratehiltonhead.com

Vineyard 55-July 1 & 15: Harry Santana July 8 & 22: Savannah E & Nate


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Kingfisher (Pelican’s Point)Earl Williams - Motown, Jazz & Blues (Fridays @ 6PM) Reilley’s SouthJuly 3: Simpson Brothers July 10: Copius Jones July 17 & 31: Simpson Brothers

The Boardroom: July 2: Groove Town Assault July 9: Copious Jones July 23: No Need Crazy Crab- Mike Wilson (Thursdays; 6-9PM)

Vineyard 55- July 3: Chiggars July 17: Patterson Cult July 24: Voodoo Soup July 31: McKenzie Eddy Rooftop Bar-July 3rd: Donovan Frankenreiter, (9pm) July 17th: Trial by Fire, (9pm)

Vineyard 55July 2: Ken Colby July 23: Port Royal Sound Marley’s-Happy Hour, 4-7pm and Live Music (7 Days a Week)

Reilley's South- July 4: Stee & The Ear Candy July 11: Vinyl on Fire ELA’s Blu Water Grille- John Wasem (Saturdays; 7-10PM) Aunt Chilada’s- Adam Gardner (Saturdays; 1-4PM & 7-10PM)

Aunt Chilada’sNick Poulin (Thursdays; 7-10PM) Poulin Trio (9-Midnight) Tiki HutJuly 2,16,23 & 30: Darryl E. Van Horne July 9: Copious Jones (5:30-9:30)

HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!

Vineyard 55July 4: Lowcountry Boil July 11: Mike Schulz Band July 18: Neil & Bob July 25: OCD

Corks (Bluffton)July 3: Chilly Willy Band July 10: The Chiggers July 17 & 24: Chasing Revolution July 31: Irritating Julie (9PM-12AM)

Tiki HutJuly 4: NKG July 11: Brinn Black July 18: New Moon Party July 25: Sucker Punch Rooftop Bar- DJ Dance Party at The Rooftop Bar! (Saturdays 10PM-2AM)


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HARBOURFEST AT SHELTER COVE HARBOUR FIREWORKS SCHEDULE:

BIG FISH THE MUSICAL! Seahawk Cultural Center 2:00 pm BigFishHHI.com

Tuesdays: July 7, 14, 21 & 28; Saturday, July 4th www.palmettodunes.com/shelter-cove/hilton-headharbourfest/

6 HHCA JAZZ CAMP BEGINS! Hilton Head Christian Academy www.hhca.org

THROUGH JULY 26!

THE ARTS CENTER OF COASTAL CAROLINA PRESENTS XANADU 8 p.m. & 2 p.m., Sunday Matinees. (843) 842-2787 or artshhi.com.

MONDAYS TENNIS EXHIBITION & HAPPY HOUR 5:30pm; the Sea Pines Racquet Club (843) 363-4495. Complimentary

20 HHCA PERFORMING ARTS CAMP BEGINS! www.hhca.org

26 NOAH’S ARK RESCUE ADOPTION EVENT! CharBar Co. 12PM-3PM

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SALTY DOG WEEKLY FUN! MONDAY-FRIDAY! HULA HOOP CONTESTS WITH PRIZES Afternoons at 12:15pm, AND every night at 8:15pm saltydog.com

14 PALMETTO BLUFF SUMMER CONCERT SERIES The Bushels Gates Open @ 5PM, Showtime @ 6:30 $25/car at gate palmettobluff.com

TUESDAYS SEA PINES FARMERS MARKET PRESENTED BY LOWCOUNTRY PRODUCE 10AM-2PM Runs through December

28 PALMETTO BLUFF SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Lowcountry Boil Gates Open @ 5PM, Showtime @ 6:30 $25/car at gate palmettobluff.com

FACE PAINTING Every Night from 6:00pm until 8:30pm TIE-DYEING FUN Afternoons from 11AM UNTIL 4PM

WEDNESDAYS KIDS NIGHT POOLSIDE MOVIE OUT! Harbour Town Pool 6:30-8:45PM April 1-15; 7:30pm The Art $13/ Cafe 16/adult, Cost: $38 child (ages 12 & Call for younger) Reservations! (843) 842-1979

THURSDAYS FARMERS MARKET IN OLD TOWN BLUFFTON 2-7PM Calhoun Street farmersmarket bluffton.org MAY RIVER SHRIMP FESTIVAL The Bluffton Oyster Factory Park 5:00 til 9:00 blufftonsunset party.com

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4 TH 5 OF JULY 30TH ANNUAL HILTON HEAD FIRECRACKER RUN 8:00AM Shelter Cove Community Park bearfootsports.com or contact Bear Foot Sports at 843/757-8520 HARBOUR TOWN The fireworks show starts at 9:15PM from a barge in Calibogue Sound. Kids activities, live music, food and drinks!

SKULL CREEK Fun Starts at 6PM Fireworks will be launched from a barge in the Intracoastal Waterway aka Skull Creek.

SHELTER COVE HARBOUR Fireworks start at dusk, around 9:15PM, and the Palmetto Dunes Buggy will operate until after the display is finished.

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HOW TO REVIVE YOUR FURNITURE Revival Designs & Decor; 2-4pm RevivalDesignsHHI. com/schedule or 785.5557

843.785.5525 ALL MONTH LONG

GREGG RUSSELL CONCERTS Every night except Saturdays; 8:00- 9:30pm Liberty Oak in Harbour Town

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23 NOAH’S ARK RESCUE ADOPTION EVENT! Old Town Bluffton Farmers Market 1:00PM Thursdays

HOW TO REVIVE YOUR FURNITURE Revival Designs & Decor; 12-2pm RevivalDesigns HHI.com/ schedule or 785.5557

25 NOAH’S ARK RESCUE ADOPTION EVENT! PetSmart, Bluffton 12-3PM Saturdays

THROUGH AUGUST 10 FREE FAMILY GOLF NIGHT Chaplin Park Every Monday evening 4:00-8:00PM Please visit thefirstteelowcountry.org for more details

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