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August 18, 2020 • SECTION SC Volume 23, I­ ssue 16

Two-Wheelin’ Fun in the Sun See page 3SC Chris and Ed Baker take a spin around the neighborhood on their recumbent bikes. PHOTO BY TOM MILLS

Monthly Market Report

Sun City Hilton Heads Home and Villa

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11 Willow Brook Drive Wisteria Model $322,000 E AL RS FO

1 Wigg Court Hamilton/Jefferson Model $269,500 E AL RS O F

70 Thomas Bee Drive Willow Bend Model $349,000 E AL RS O F

59 Pineapple Drive Heather Model $253,000 E AL RS O F

25 Willow Brook Drive Wisteria Model $419,000 E AL RS FO

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9 Concession Oak Drive Lilac Model $384,000 E AL RS FO

47 Star Flower Drive Dogwood Model $358,900 E AL RS O F

93 Redtail Drive Camellia Model $269,000 E AL RS O F

204 Mystic Point Drive Hillcrest Loft Model $339,500 E AL RS O F

569 Argent Way Camden/Shenandoah Way $267,900 E AL RS FO

25 Willow Brook Drive Wisteria Model $419,000

2 Sago Place Riverbend Lot, $99,900 E AL RS FO

1 Hosell Court Camden/Shenandoah Model $288,600

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184 Heathwood Drive Steel Creek Model $294,000 E AL RS FO

906 Gleneagle Court Taft Model $319,000

Wisteria Model move in ready. Located on extra wide lot & a lagoon changes the flow of water twice a day. Save money Beaufort County property tax $1,415. 3 BR’s/large den/2 BA’s. Eat in kitchen Corian counters, white cabinets, updated SS appliances, tiled backsplash. New HVAC & roof in 2016. Heated & Cooled 4 seasons 21x16 room. Guest bedroom is a large king size 12x16 room. Bay window in kitchen & owner’s suite. Wood floors in hall, dining area, kitchen, great room & owner’s suite. Carpet in guest bedrooms & den. Interior paint 2015. Exterior paint 2016. Solar tube in dining area, tech shield, attic stairs, crown molding & plantation shutters. Call Donnie or Rick


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Residents come out in droves, finding joy, exercise on bikes By Katherine Mace

I have panniers (saddle bags) so I can buy a few things.” While describing his route, an alarm sounded, demonstrating a new-age safety feature. “When I jumped off my bike, my Apple-Watch thought I had fallen,” Albero explained. “I have to answer the question, or the watch will call 911!” Sports Addiction’s Buser added, “I’m not sure what the future holds. During the lockdown, we had a program where we rented bikes, 30 days for $30. If we lock down again, we’ll do it again. I try to help everyone out there.” So, it’s unanimous: There are plenty of cyclists riding and they are having a great time. Krystyna Johnson summed it up well. “I ride almost all the streets in Sun City – north side and south side, and I’m lovin’ it!”

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“If you want to stay healthy, ride a bike!” Bill Tomiso II, owner of Lab Cyclery in Bluffton, describes a boon in bike sales and biking; and the evidence in Sun City is clear. Bike riders of every stripe are on the roads at dawn, and throughout the day, and they have smiles on their faces. “It’s easier than going for a walk,” said Ed Baker, a long-time rider who is thrilled with his new Catrike, a recumbent bike. He and his wife, Chris, both got lime green ones. “I feel safe, the visibility is good, and they are so comfortable. Bill (Tomiso) adjusted them for our weights and heights, so the bikes fit us perfectly. People stop me all the time to ask how we store them. They are foldable!” Tomiso and his wife, Lisa, sell and repair bikes at Lab Cyclery. Catrikes are their specialty, but they are hard to get right now. When asked if the apparent bike shortage is caused by the Chinese embargo or the pandemic, Tomiso replied, “Probably a little of both.” They also sell Revolution and Prism kites. “Lisa cuts the kites up to make the bike flags,” Tomiso said. “They are big, so the biker cannot be missed, and they flap and make noise, which is good. The cyclist can be heard.” Jim Buser, the owner of Sports Addiction in Okatie Village, has also been busy with sales, rentals and repairs. “Bikes are like gold bricks,” he said. “I did a year’s worth of business in four months. We sell comfort bikes. I have 110 bikes on back order. Three wheelers? I’ve sold 65. And if you’re going to buy a bike for Christmas, buy it now.” New bikes are not the only way to go. Dennis Johnson got his bike from the Sun City Buy and Sell Facebook page. “I had ridden in Rhode Island, and Atlanta, where we lived right at the beginning of the Appalachian

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Pete Albero rides his bike daily around Sun City roads and trails, sometimes venturing out to the grocery store as well.

Trail,” he said. “It was hilly there. Moving here is perfect for a bike – no hills!” A return from a bike riding hiatus is not unusual among some of the riders. Krystyna Johnson (no relation to Dennis) started riding 50 years ago. “I’d take my little daughter and strap her on a carrier on the back of my bike and we’d ride about 20 miles,” she said. “Then I got away from it, but returned five to six years ago. I’ve ridden in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, and we’ve ridden closer to home.” Johnson said some of the bike trails in Greenville are awesome. But, “Mostly we ride the streets of Sun City,” she said. “It gives me a good sense of accomplishment. I like pushing myself to go farther.” Some cyclists, like Pete Albero, never stopped riding. “I’m not a professional rider. I ride 12 to 15 miles each day in Sun City,” he said. “I ride to the fitness center each morning. Sometimes I have an afternoon to kill, so I go to the grocery store on Buckwalter. It’s bike trail all the way.

Katherine Mace is a writer who lives in Sun City.

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By David Smith CONTRIBUTOR

A healthy environment is an important issue even when our society is faced with economic crises, wars and unending social problems. It matters because Earth is the only home we have, while it also provides air, food, water and numerous other necessities. With this in mind, the Environmental Action Group is being formed. The group was recently approved by the Sun City Hilton Head Community Association and is now a Registered Group in Formation. The group started informally as the Global Climate Group, whose goal was to make a presentation at the 2019 Earth Day community event. After the event, the group stayed together and worked with the SCHHCA board of directors to review and then relax the Design Guidelines restricting rooftop solar installations. The Environmental Action Group’s mission is research, education and promotion of actions that individuals and communities can take to create a more sustainable environment. The group plans to address climate and environmental issues, conserving energy, promoting renewable energy and reducing waste. Efforts will include, but not be limited to: • The study of renewable energy sources • Promotion of actions and lifestyles that support a healthy environment including: – energy-efficient transportation

– replacing, reducing and recycling of material waste – land conservation and regeneration – clean air and water • Support of environmental justice issues. The group will focus upon actions that Sun City residents and people in the southern Lowcountry can take to help ameliorate the environmental and climate crises. The group will be a nonpartisan organization. The group is currently working in several areas: • Researching the local availability of electric cars and charging stations • Working with legislators in an effort to improve solar regulation • Developing plans to get comprehensive recycling information to our community • Studying community and regional composting and its possibilities in our region. The group seeks new members, including one or two to serve on the leadership team. Sun City residents who are interested in joining the group or those seeking further information are invited to contact environmentalactiongroupschh@gmail. com. The group’s Facebook page can be found at Environmental Action Group SCHH. This page is designed for sharing of issues and ideas relating to our environment. Overtly political posts will not be accepted. To access the page, click on the “Request to Join” button. David W. Smith is a member of the Sun City Bird Club.


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Hurricane Season

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With all these toys, it’s amazing we get anything done By Chris Roosa CONTRIBUTOR

During these uncertain times, The Seabrook staff has been delivering food to the residents’ doors since late March. It’s just another reason to make the move and start “Living the Seabrook Life!” call Joe Agee at 843.686.0919 jagee@theseabrook.com www.theseabrook.com

My husband is into toys. He recently purchased a toy that lets us know when it’s raining. We have not one, but two such toys, on high poles in the backyard. When it begins to rain, these devices are supposed to beep a signal to his desk. The first time No. 1 adult child heard it chirping, she questioned the sound. I explained to her that this “toy” notifies her father that it’s raining outside. Then she asked a silly question: “Can’t he just look out the window and see that it’s a monsoon? Doesn’t the thunder and lightning give him a clue?” Yet there’s a flaw with this toy. Some days that beeper is beeping its little heart out and – guess what? There’s absolutely not one rain cloud in the sky. Sun is out, birds are chirping but the “rain toy” is blasting a false signal. His other toy is Alexa. She turns on the lights, compiles our grocery list and she even notifies us when someone calls. The phone rings. Alexa screams, “843-222-2222 is calling. It’s Santa Claus. Santa Clause is on the line.” You can pick up the phone and begin a conversation, with a human, but Alexa still screams that Santa Claus is on the line. In case you haven’t guessed, I really hate that broad. The frosting on the cake is that it takes “the man of the house” four rings, with that pulsating hag screaming, before he picks up the receiver. “Why,” you ask? Because he has to take the time to read the caller ID to verify that Alexa has it correct! It IS indeed Santa. To escape the beeping and screaming of Alexa, and her chirping yard friends, you might suggest going for a ride. Well, we have another toy for that. It’s called a GPS.

Picture this! We’re heading to a new doctor. (At our age, we only go to doctors or the grocery store.) Hubby plugs in the information on the GPS (I call her Murtle). Then, he hands me a printed map from MapQuest as backup. Off we go, heading down 278 to Hilton Head Island. As we approach the hospital, Murtle tells us to turn left in 500 feet. He understands that turn because we’ve been to the hospital before. But here’s the tricky part. As we’re approaching the new medical complex, that we’ve never been to before, Murtle tells us to make a right turn in 500 feet. Then she reminds us again, then finally says to turn right NOW! Next thing I hear is “Recalculating. Make a U-turn and head south.” You guessed it. With all those instructions, he missed the turn. So we try again. This time, we travel around and around the parking lot trying to find the suite. Murtle keeps saying we’ve arrived at our destination, but we don’t see the building. Well, lucky for us, we have yet another mechanical device: a smart phone! So, we call the doctor’s office to ask them where they might be hiding. Generally, they end up being in some office next to the live oak tree that’s behind the outhouse. We finally find the office and I crash through the door of the new doctor, wet hair plastered to my face, make-up dripping and smudged, but with a fake smile pasted on my face announcing that I have arrived. Such a sight. A house full of man toys. A car loaded with even more toys. There is no escaping this mechanical world that we live in. I want the return of the America I grew up in. Chris Roosa is a resident of Sun City Hilton Head.


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Frequency Matching. Electronic measurement reading to determine if any club within the set is out of specification. Moment of Inertia (MOI) Check each club within the set to determine how each club relates to the others relative to “feel” and balance. Swingweight Measure swingweight of each club.

Lie and Loft Adjustment Check each iron within the set to determine angle of loft and lie against specifications. Spine To determine the neutral bend point and the spine as a part of the process of aligning the shaft. Flat Line Oscillation (FLO) Club Check each club within the set to determine if the shaft is aligned properly relative to the clubhead.

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Helping Hands

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GFWC Woman’s League recently made a donation to Staying Connected of Sun City, a 501(c)(3) charity operated by Sun City residents whose mission is to provide support for their Sun City neighbors who are facing life’s challenges. The $1,500 donation will help Staying Connected weather the impact of the COVID-19 virus on its ability to fund operations. The organization was forced to cease in-person services but continued to reach out to check on the well-being of its members. Recently, the group resumed limited medical transportation services with stringent COVID-19 protocols in place to protect volunteers and members. Pictured, from left, are Sharon Quinter, Woman’s League president; Holly Field, Staying Connected president; and Mary O’Brien, Woman’s League vice president.


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Michael Gadue, Terry Stone

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Sun City residents take a spin around the community. PHOTOS BY TOM MILLS

Julie Yajko

Bill Tamiso

Jim Buser

Diane Brayden, Edie Autuori

Stu Mace

Krystyna Johnson

Joe Anastasis

Marian Roeser

Nancy and Steve Harris

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Guidelines for recycling in bins The benefits of recycling include saving natural resources, making new products out of waste, reducing the impact on our landfills, and creating jobs. Knowing what we can or should recycle can often be rather confusing. Our community’s 4Rs Environmental Action Team worked with Waste Management to develop the list below to help Sun City residents better understand what should or shouldn’t go into our green curbside recycling bins. By following these guidelines, you can help our planet. (Note that if you take your own recycling to a Beaufort County Center or live in a neighboring community, the rules are somewhat different, so parts of these guidelines might not apply.) Below is a brief overview of acceptable items by category. Note that Unacceptable items will contaminate all your recyclables and then all will end up in the trash. Cans, metals: Rinsed aluminum or steel cans. Do not flatten. Labels OK.

(NO scrap metal, cans with paint or hazardous waste, appliances.) Cardboard: Flattened, clean boxes; large boxes in bundles; cereal or snack boxes (no liners); rinsed milk or juice cartons (no straw). (NO boxes soiled with oil, food.) Glass: Bottles and jars (metal lids off); no broken glass; all 3 colors, labels OK. (NO ceramics, tableware, windows, light bulbs.) Magazines, newspapers: Includes soft-cover books, catalogs, newspaper inserts, telephone books. (No wet material, plastic bags.) Mixed paper: Office or copier paper, envelopes, wrapping paper, junk mail (no heavy glue). (NO tissues, paper towels, neon paper, waxed or foil lined, nothing soiled.) Plastics, #1-#5: Rinsed drink bottles, food jars, frozen meal packages, yogurt cups, medicine bottles, ketchup, syrup, straws, bottle caps. (NO Stryofoam, plastic wrappers, bags.)

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Rick Malon Owner/Broker (843) 338-1360

Donnie Kunich Owner/Broker (843) 301-8517

Ross Turpin Sales Associate (843) 263-3632

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Dusty Duke Sales Associate (843) 540-8811

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25 Willow Brook Drive Wisteria Model 59 Pineapple Drive Heather Model $253,000 11 Willow Brook Drive Wisteria Model 1 Wigg Court Hamilton/Jefferson Model $269,500 70 Thomas Bee Drive Willow Bend Model $349,000 $419,000 Views of the lagoon & forest preserve. Home features 2 $322,000 Located in the Lake Somerset area of Sun City, situated Move in ready, wide lot. Beaufort County property tax Features 3 BR’s, 2 BA’s and Den. Open floor plan with large on a Huge corner lot on a Cul De Sac. This home Features Beautiful 2BR/2BA/den with Carolina Room, screened paver BR’s, 2BA’s & Den. Wood floors in the great room, bedrooms, $1,415. 3 BRs/large den/2BA’s. Eat in kitch, Corian c 18x18 tile through out the great room, Kitchen, breakfast 2 BR’s, 2 BA’s, Library/Office, Dining Area with Bay Window, porch & large paver patio. Eat-in kitchen, Cherry cabs, large hallways & Den. Tile in the foyer, kitchen, and bathrooms. master suite w/large walk-in closet. ‘Davis’ wood floors ounters, SS appl. tiled backsplash. Heated & Cooled Kitchen features Granite counters, all new SS appliances nook, Dining area and foyer. Large gourmet kitchen, Autumn Open Kitchen, Small Den, Covered Porch and a Full 2 Car in foyer, Gr Rm, Dining area, hallway and den; 18” tile in 4 seasons room. Wood floors in hall, dining, kitch, great rm (2014), SS under mount sink, with oak cabinets finished finished maple cabinets and Silestone counter tops. Garage. Some Updates include: New Roof in 2012, New kitchen, baths, laundry, Aprilaire air cleaner & dehumidifier with crown molding. Great room opens up to the enlarged & owner’s suite. Carpet in guest BRs & den. Interior paint Bay windows in the breakfast nook and Master bedroom. HVAC in 2019, Granite Kitchen Counters, SS Appliances, 2015. New HVAC & roof and Exterior paint 2016. screen porch. Water heater replaced in 2015, Roof 2020, Views of the lagoon from most rooms in the home. Wood flooring in Kitchen Area, Tile in Baths, Smooth Ceilings installed in 2016; fridge, W/D & disposal replaced in 2016; freshly painted interio/exterior! Call KT Solar tube in dining area, tech shield, attic stairs, Stucco repaint in 2019, washer & dryer in 2016. 4’ garage Call Donnie or Rick. and Sky light. Great location within walking distance to crown molding & plantation shutters. extension, with floored attic and pull down stairs & whole the lake and amenities. Call Ross Call Donnie or Rick house Techshield. Call Donnie or Rick

2 Sago Place Riverbend Lot, $99,900 Gorgeous wooded lot in exclusive Riverbend with direct access to Sun City Hilton Head. Custom home community where you can choose any builder you desire. No time frame on construction. Build today or 3 in years, you choose! Enjoy the tranquility and beauty on the banks of the Okatie River with a beautiful dock for shrimping & fishing, the gorgeous Lodge, beautiful streets for walking. Call KT

1 Hosell Court Camden/Shenandoah Model $288,600 2 BR’s, 2 BA’s, Large Carolina Room & 2 Car Garage. Kitchen features new custom cabinets, granite counters, tiled backsplash & SS appliances. New LVP wood flooring in the Great Rm, Kitchen, Dining area & Carolina Room. Custom shower in master bath. Large paver patio has natural gas fire pit, Private courtyard entrance with gate, garage has epoxy floors & pull down attic stairs, New roof in 2013. New HVAC June 2017. Call Donnie or Rick

93 Redtail Drive Camellia Model 9 Concession Oak Drive Lilac Model - $384,000 47 Star Flower Drive Dogwood Model $358,900 $269,000 Lovely Lilac model includes 2 BR’s, 2 BA’s, Den/office, Caroli- 2 BR’s, 2 BA’s & Den. Hardi Plank on both sides of home, New Vinyl exterior. Home Features 2 BR’s, 2 BA’s & Den/3rd na Rm, HUGE living/dining room, wood flooring throughout. stone on bottom third in front, Pebble stone walkway, BR. Sun Rm & screen Lanai. New HVAC (2017), new hot Formal foyer. New roof 7/27/20. Newer HVAC.Chef’s kitchen screened porch with tiled floors & paver patio in back, w/granite counter/prep space, pantry. Den/office has wood Granite counters in kitchen & LVP wood flooring, Cherry water heater (2018), Kitchen w/whitewash oak cabinets, SS flooring also. Gorgeous Plantation shutters throughout. wood floors in owner’s suite & den, carpet in 2nd BR & 18” appliances, granite counter tops, Gas range. Hardwood/tile floors throughout. This one won’t last long. Oversized garage has space for cars AND MAN toys! Pool tile in the rest of house, Solar tube in great room, storm Call Donnie or Rick on lanai available under separate contract..Michael Phelps shutters, ceiling fans, plantation shutters, tech shield, New resistance pool. Call Dusty HVAC 2018. Call Donnie or Rick.

906 Gleneagle Court Taft Model 184 Heathwood Drive Steel Creek Model 569 Argent Way Camden/Shenandoah Way 204 Mystic Point Drive Hillcrest Loft Model $267,900 $319,000 $294,000 $339,500 Camden/Shenandoah model with a huge Carolina Rm and Covered/ Don’t wont to build? This beautiful newer home features open floor plan, 2018 Taft Street Model Features 2 BR’s, 2 BA’s & Den. 4’ Garage ext. Smooth Energy Efficient and Updated, 2 BR’s, 2 & 1/2 BA’s, Carolina Room, Open Kitchen w/Island/Bar and Finished Loft. UPGRADES INCLUDE: Wood Floors, Screened porch. Many updates: New Roof 2013, wood floors in the living Hand Scraped wood floors, Granite Counter, upgraded kitchen and master ceilings. Wood floors in the great room, Den, Sunroom, Kitchen, and Hallbath, s/s appliances, recessed lighting and ceiling Tile in BA’s, Carpet in Bedroom, Granite Counter Tops, SS Appliances, Ceiling areas and BR’s, tile in the wet areas, Surround Sound, Newer HVAC 2008, ways. Tiled BA’s, carpeted bedrooms. Tankless water heater. Kitchen features, fans. Carolina Rm overlooking lagoon. Fans, Smooth Ceilings, Recessed Lighting, Custom Brick Paver Patio. WOW Smooth Ceilings, Low maintenance vinyl siding, mature landscaping, storm White cabinets w/ hardware, SS appliances & Granite counters. Exterior door, Terminex termite bond with centricom perimeter bait system. Beaufort Call Ross ONLY $181 per square foot!! Call Ross features include Composite Siding & architectural shingles. County side with lower taxes. Call Donnie or Rick. Call Donnie or Rick

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