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First presentation, public meeting set Historic Marina Partners, LLC will present an overview of their early ideas to redevelop Beaufort’s Downtown Marina parking lot during a public meeting Wednesday, March 26. The Beaufort Redevelopment

Commission will lead the meeting, set for 6 p.m. in City Council Chambers at City Hall, 1911 Boundary St. “This is an important meeting for all of us, and we encourage people interested in this project to attend,” said Jon

Verity, chairman of the Redevelopment Commission. “From the very start, we and the City Council insisted that this process include public input.” MEETING continued on page 2

BEATING THE ODDS

SOCIAL

Beaufort High School presents ‘The Wiz.’ see page 8

Sea Island Rotary recognizes inspiring high schooler Kenneth Poole John Perrill, right, of the Sea Island Rotary Club, presents Kenneth Poole with a check for $1,000 on Tuesday, March 18, during the club’s weekly meeting. At left is club president Rion Salley. Poole, 16, a Battery Creek High School sophomore, is recovering from bone cancer and is also in the school’s JROTC and INTERACT club. He is raising money to become a People to People Student Ambassador to Australia this summer. Photo by Bob Sofaly.

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Steve Mix is Beaufort’s “Mr. Nice Guy.” see page 9

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candice returns home the ‘american idol’ winner from st. helena island will be signing copies of her debut album, “music speaks” at local walmart

The Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce announced Candice Glover is coming back home to Beaufort to thank her supporters and celebrate the release of her debut album on 19 Recordings/Interscope Records, “Music Speaks,” with an album signing. Glover will sign albums and visit with her fans on Saturday, March 29 from 12 to 2 p.m. at Walmart, 350 Robert Smalls Parkway. “We are all so proud of Candice and all that she’s accomplished,” said Blakely Williams, Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce President & CEO. “We know how appreciative she is of her fans here in the Lowcountry and we are excited to help officially welcome her back home and celebrate this first album.” CDs will be available for purchase at Walmart. The public is invited to attend.

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Downtown streetlight upgrades slowed As of March 14, the removal of old streetlights in downtown Beaufort has been slowed by recent rains and unmarked underground utilities, including high voltage lines and undocumented stormwater drains. Some parking spaces on the river side of Bay Street will be closed during construction, but others will remain available. “It’s one of those cases of ‘pardon our progress,’ and we want our downtown merchants and visitors to know that we are working hard to move this project forward,” Beaufort City Manager Scott Dadson said. “The end result will be a much prettier downtown with better lighting.” Work started earlier last week along the south side (river side) of Bay Street from Carteret to Scott streets. The contractor, JoCo Construction, has bored under Scott Street and an additional driveway access as part of the project.

By later this month, the entire southern side of Bay Street will have the old streetlights removed and work is scheduled to have started with pouring foundations to install the newer, brighter light fixtures and poles. Five of the existing gooseneck lights and their foundations already have been shut down, removed and placed into storage. Conduit, irrigation and a rock foundation have been put in the trench where the 16-inch brick band will improve the look of the sidewalk. Last Friday, work crews began removing debris from some parking spots so that they would be usable, though motorists were advised to use caution in those areas. “This isn’t as simple as unscrewing a light pole and bolting down the new one,” said Isiah Smalls, director of public works and facilities management for Beaufort. “The streetlights are connected in sections like Christmas tree lights,

so we have to disconnect one section, remove the old poles and dig up the electrical connections. “That’s where the contractor has run into problems. They’ve found lines for phones, electricity, stormwater, sewer and even a natural gas line. When it comes to Bay Street and other parts of downtown, there’s no document that shows what all is underground — and that makes it slow-going when we do projects like this streetlight upgrade.” Sidewalks along the river side of Bay Street remain open for pedestrians. Motorists are asked to use caution if parking near construction areas and to be aware of the orange fencing. Once Bay Street’s lamps are installed, work will continue across downtown, including Carteret, Charles, Scott, West and Port Republic streets. Main Street Beaufort USA is working with city leaders to keep downtown businesses and visitors informed.

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news briefS Beaufort County holds See grand opening, tour County could collect April Air Day events new Coroner’s Office monies from tax refunds In April, Beaufort County will be hosting two unique events to raise awareness of aviation in our community and its critical role in local businesses and economic development. Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the first Air Day event will take place at the Beaufort County Airport located on Lady’s Island. A variety of aircraft will be on display. There will also be static displays from the Beaufort County Sheriff ’s Office, Beaufort County EMS and the Lady’s Island/St. Helena Fire Department. In addition, several aeronautical organizations will have table displays allowing the public to learn more about their product or service. Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the second Air Day event will take place at Signature Flight Support across the tarmac from the Hilton Head Island Airport. The event costs $5 for adults and is free for children.

Beaufort County Coroner Ed Allen, the Beaufort County Sheriff ’s Office and Port Royal’s Mayor Samuel Murray will be part of the grand opening ceremony for the new Coroner’s Office. The ceremony will take place Monday, April 14, 2014 at 11 a.m. in front of the building located at 1804 Old Shell Road in Port Royal. Beaufort County Council Chairman Paul Sommerville will be the Master of Ceremonies. Afterwards, a tour of the building will be offered. This project involved demolition and renovation of the building that once housed Beaufort County Disabilities and Special Needs. Majority of the space will be shared by the Coroner’s Office and the Beaufort County Sheriff ’s Office Victim and Juvenile Services. The remaining space is being used as a morgue, which Beaufort County has never had. The project cost $850,000.

As Beaufort County residents start to receive refunds from their 2013 South Carolina income taxes, some may notice funds deducted for services rendered or taxes never paid to Beaufort County Government. The Setoff Debt Collection Act, Title 12-56-62 of the South Carolina Code, enables government entities to collect monies from residents’ state income tax refund. Notices regarding these potential reductions have been previously mailed to taxpayers as required by South Carolina law. Beaufort County departments currently using this type of monetary collection for unpaid bills or taxes include: Emergency Medical Services (EMS), the Clerk of Court’s office, Magistrate Court and the Treasurer’s office. Any questions regarding the program, please contact Melinda Suddes, South Carolina Association of Counties, at 803-252-7255.

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Since the mid-1980s, people have asked why this waterfront property, with scenic views of the Beaufort bay and marshes, has been used only for parking. Today there are options being explored to provide more parking in downtown Beaufort. Verity said redeveloping this location could be key to jumpstarting renewed interest in the downtown Beaufort shopping district and boosting the economy. The property anchors a corner of the core commercial district and serves as a gateway to the Bay Street entertainment row, Carteret Street’s 2

restaurant row, and to The Point’s historic homes. The approximate four-acre site is between Bay Street and the Beaufort River. It is adjacent to the city-owned Downtown Marina, two public parks — Freedom Park and Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park — and the downtown shopping and restaurant district. An analysis of the city’s retail, restaurant and hospitality economics by Seth Harry Associates identified redevelopment of the marina site as the best opportunity for making downtown more relevant to regional and local consumers. It also offers an opportunity to strengthen the business climate by attracting consumers with higher disposable incomes to shop, to work and to live downtown, which

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should result in better operating results for the city, said City Manager Scott Dadson. Historic Marina Partners, LLC is led by Steve Navarro, president of The Furman Co., and Jim Chaffin with Chaffin/Light. The Furman Co. Inc, established in 1888, is a leading full service real estate firm based in Greenville. Chaffin is the co-founder with James W. Light of Chaffin/Light Associates. With over 40 years of experience in resort/recreation community development, Chaffin and Light have developed communities in Colorado, California, and Spring Island in Beaufort County. Chaffin, a Beaufortarea resident, is also a past chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Urban Land Institute.

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Lowcountry Jaycees aim to unite young professionals through service For over 90 years, the South Carolina Junior Chamber of Commerce, more commonly known as the SC Jaycees (http://scjaycees. org/) has provided young professionals with the tools needed to succeed in areas of business development, management skills, individual training and community service. The tradition continues with the recently established Beaufort chapter, the Lowcountry Jaycees. In partnership with the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Port Royal, the Lowcountry Jaycees’ goal is to create a better community by providing personal growth, leadership development and community involvement opportunities for men and women between the ages of 21 and 40. They meet at 6 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month; in April they plan to meet at Groucho’s Deli on Lady’s Island. Lowcountry Jaycees Vice President, Ben Boswell, recently attended the SC Jaycees’ annual year-end convention in Rock Hill and saw first-hand the infinite potential for this organization to enact positive change in the Beaufort community. Since the beginning of 2014, the chapter has brought together many young professionals who share a passion to make Beaufort County stronger. The members share a mutual compassion for the homeless community and are hoping to reach out to individuals in need in the future. Since 1969, a priority of the SC Jaycees has been to raise funds for Camp Hope, located

in Pendleton, SC. Camp Hope is a statewide residential camp for citizens with disabilities. Campers receive helpful experiences in an outdoor environment, develop the ability to work and play as a group, and provide new experiences unique to a camp setting. The Lowcountry Jaycees’ will support the Camp Hope priority, while contributing to a local cause, during their inaugural Tailgate Off! at Live Oaks Park in Port Royal on April 12, 2014. The event, from 3 to 8 p.m., will feature a cornhole tournament with a cash prize, the band Bootless, bouncy castles and cotton candy for the kids. Proceeds from cotton candy sales will benefit the Stand Up for Kelli fund (https://www.facebook. com/standupforkellibright). The Lowcountry Jaycees are looking for young professionals interested in making a positive impact in the Beaufort community. For more information on membership, contact the Lowcountry Jaycees at lowcountryjaycees@ gmail.com, or call Lowcountry Jaycees’ President Courtney Duncan at 843-603-1187. Connect with them on Facebook at https://www. facebook.com/LowcountryJaycees. Contact CompassionateStory@gmail.com if you hear of, see, or are involved in such acts of caring and sharing. We all need to share in the conversation about what makes Beaufort a compassionate city and publicizing such stories is one way to do it. Visit Facebook, Compassionate Beaufort Communities if you want to learn more about this and other programs being initiated.

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Franciscan Center gives thanks to community for continued support Sisters Canice Adams and Marcine Klocko, co-directors of St. Helena Island’s Franciscan Center, appreciate the generosity of local merchants, businesses, restaurants, artists and individuals who contributed to the success of the center’s 19th Annual Valentine Brunch on February 8. All funds generated from this event, which included a silent auction, help support the center’s many programs. Special thanks to the following: Alvin Ord’s, Audrey Noviki Jewelry, Babs DeCaro, Bang’s Hair Salon, Barbara Berardo, Bay Street Jewelers, Beaufort Book Store, Beaufort Dog, Beaufort Movie Tour, Bella Luna Cafe, Bill’s Liquor Store, Billy and Brenda Manucy, Bitty’s Flower Shop, Blackstone’s Café, Boundary Street Café, Bruster’s Ice Cream, Builders First Source, Burlap Café, Captain Richard Sykes, Cat Island Grill and Pub, Chocolate Tree, Columbiettes, Craftsellers, Deals, Fat Pattie’s, Foolish Frog, Fuji, Gail Shinall, Gap, Grace and Glory, Green Fish Art Gallery, Guys and Dolls, Happy Nails & Spa, Hemingway’s Bistro, Her

Favorite Store, Higher Ground, Holiday Inn, Hollywood Nails, Islands Meat Market, Jade Garden, Karen Campbell, Kiran Levy, La Nopalera, Lee’s Carpet and Interiors, Lindy Gruel from Hair Works at Island Trends, Low Country Store, Luther’s Rare and Well Done, Magnolia Bakery and Café, Marie Calucci, Mary Ingrassia, Mary Thibault and Suzanne Day of Thibault Galleries, Maryellen Torgersen, Maryland Fried Chicken, Michael’s Salon, Modern Jewelers, Modern Nails, New Beginnings on Bay Street, Old Navy, Olive Garden, Olive the Above, Omni Fitness, Outback Steak House, Palm and Moon Bagels, Pam Murray Galvin, Panini’s Café, Piggly Wiggly, Plums, Publix, Q On Bay, Red Lobster, Rosie O’Grady, Rossignols, Ruby Tuesday, Sea Island Carriage, Southern Sweets, Southurn Rose Buggy, Sports Clips, Stan Hudson Jewelry Appraisal, Suzarra’s Bakery, Sweet Bay, Sweetgrass Restaurant, The Eye Institute of Georgia, Upper Crust, Velveteen Rabbit, What’s In Store, Where’d You Get That?, Yes! Thai Indeed.

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Talk money before the wedding bells ring By Whitney McDaniel

Unless you and your spouse-to-be have spent a significant amount of time discussing how you plan to handle finances after the honeymoon, you may be setting yourselves up for a rough go — at least in the beginning, and maybe for your entire time together. Studies have shown that money is a frequent topic of arguments in many marriages. One of the reasons may be that couples don’t spend enough time talking about money before the “big day.” Marriage is a many-splendored thing, but when you begin to peel away the layers, one important thing you find is a business arrangement — that’s just one reason why it’s called a marriage “contract.” And as with any business arrangement, in a marriage you have money flowing in and money flowing out. As long as the inflow exceeds the outflow, the arrangement usually works. But a marriage isn’t a typical business — there’s an emotional aspect to everything, including the couple’s finances. To help get the discussion started, here are some issues you should address together before you tie the knot. Budgeting. Some say that the key to financial success is to spend what you have after saving, rather than saving what’s left after spending. Once you sit down and estimate your monthly income and expenses as a couple, it then becomes a matter of budgeting to control expenses

and setting money aside to help achieve your goals. Combining accounts. As engaged individuals, you probably already have your own savings, checking, and brokerage accounts. But as a couple, do you want to combine everything into joint accounts or keep them separate? Having separate accounts lets each of you feel independent, knowing that you can tap your finances whenever the need arises. On the other hand, joining accounts can help unite your goals and create a more effective investment program. Housing. If each of you already own real estate, you will need to face issues with housing, including: Will you live in one spouse’s home, or sell both homes and purchase a new one together? What will be the likely tax consequences of selling – especially if the sale will result in substantial capital gains or losses? Financial goals. In today’s economy it’s important to set aside money for emergency expenses in case of sickness or job loss — experts recommend saving three to six months’ living expenses. That’s why it’s important to establish financial goals and determine your priorities as a couple. Do you want to dine out often, or eat in and save? How much do you want to spend on traveling and entertainment? How about for buying and decorating a home, leasing a car, etc.? Debt. Some people are raised to never

borrow money unless it’s absolutely necessary. Others are taught that it is acceptable to take out a loan — even for a luxury item. Differing attitudes toward Whitney debt accumulation McDaniel is just one reason it’s important to know before the wedding what, if any, debts each of you is bringing to the marriage. If there is debt, decide whether to combine it or to keep separate credit histories and records. Many experts recommend that each individual retain his or her own credit cards and credit history. Doing so helps ensure financial independence and provides greater flexibility if either of you finds yourself alone at some point in the future. Also, if one of you has a poor credit history, it may be advisable not to commingle debt in order to retain the other’s better credit rating. Estate planning. Addressing estate planning is vital, regardless of your age. When two people commit to legal responsibility for each other, it’s appropriate to talk about how they want to provide for an orderly transfer of assets. Included in the discussion should be considerations of the financial implications of life insurance and what would happen if a wage earner or work-at-home spouse

were lost. Pay particular attention to beneficiary designations on life insurance policies, IRAs and 401(k) plans. These designations will supersede instructions for distributing assets included in a will or trust. Each provider — insurance company, financial institution or plan administrator — needs to be contacted to update the beneficiary designations on these valuable assets. (This step is particularly important in the case of a second marriage.) When appropriate, include your financial advisor, tax advisor, and attorney in financial discussions before you say, “I do.” Open and honest communication before your wedding day may help you avoid money arguments and financial problems in your marriage. This article was written by Wells Fargo Advisors and provided courtesy of Whitney McDaniel, CFP®, Financial Advisor in Beaufort, SC at 843-524-1114

Wells Fargo Advisors does not render legal or tax advice. While this information is not intended to replace your discussions with your tax advisor, it may help you to comprehend the tax implications of your investments and plan tax-efficiently going forward. Any estate plan should be reviewed by an attorney who specializes in estate planning and is licensed to practice law in your state. Investments in securities and insurance products are: NOT FDIC-INSURED/NOT BANKGUARANTEED/MAY LOSE VALUE. Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, Member SIPC, is a registered broker-dealer and a separate non-bank affiliate of Wells Fargo & Company.

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BUSINESS OF THE WEEK

Each week, the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce chooses a chamber business to honor and surprises them with a free breakfast compliments of Sonic. Pictured above is the Business of the Week, Old Bull Tavern. From left: Tiffany Singleton, Blakely Williams, Matthew Pieper, John Marshall, Myrna Crews, Stacie Kayser van Vulpen and Valerie Althoff.

Meeting with Lindsey Graham

U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham met with members of the Military Enhancement Committee and Beaufort Regional Chamber on Friday, March 14 at The Arsenal to give an update from Washington, D.C. Sen. Graham attended several other community events last weekend including a free Lowcountry Boil at Q on Bay for his supporters.

Living well is the Pointe

Living well is easy at the all new Ashton Pointe. Ashton Pointe offers comfort, beauty and inspired living unmatched in the Beaufort area. Situated in a gorgeous setting, Ashton Pointe offers spacious floor plans with abundant light, an invigorating zeroentry pool with grilling area, beautiful new resident amenity center with internet cafe and an excellent location. • Generous 9-Foot Ceilings • 2-Inch Plantation Blinds • Built-in Microwaves • Full-Size Washer/Dryer in Every Home • Spacious Walk-in Closets • HHHunt Signature Kitchens with Maple Cabinets • Detached Garages with Remote Access • Relaxing Screened Patios • Cutting Edge Fitness Center with Speed Bag • Outdoor Gathering Area with Grills • Conveniently Located on Robert Smalls Parkway • Minutes from MCAS, MCRD and Naval and Beaufort Memorial Hospitals

business after hours Business After Hours took place on Thursday, March 13 at Kinghorn Insurance, 910 Carteret Street. The evening event was hosted by Kinghorn Insurance of Beaufort and Goodwill Industries of Lower SC. Here are some pics by Captured Moments Photography.

Contact us today to begin living well at the Pointe! Beaufort Chamber of Commerce CEO Blakely Williams, Kazoobie owner Stephen Murray, and Rep. Shannon Erickson enjoy the nice weather at Kinghorn Insurance.

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Six Month Smiles

Straight, even teeth. It’s not too late. And it doesn’t take long. By Dr. Stephen W. Durham

We’ve been providing patients with a modern treatment for tooth alignment — to create a smooth, even smile in much less time than traditional orthodontic therapy. It makes so much sense and produces such fine results that we, and often our patients, want to share the news about it. Using clear braces and low-force adjustments, it takes an average of just six months, rather than the typical two years, to complete treatment. Six months to a smile that literally changes lives and faces. And while it’s going on, the treatment is barely noticeable to people around you. It’s so unexpected to get this kind of result without years of wearing traditional metal braces that it’s

worthwhile to review how we got here and why it’s possible. Millions of cases, lifetimes of experience Our neighbors here in the Lowcountry grew up with many different views of orthodontic treatment. Baby boomers remember when only a handful of classmates “wore braces.” As time went on, the advantages of straight teeth — not only to appearance but also to personal outlook and overall health — became so widely known that it seemed like every middle school and junior high was populated by young folks who had braces in common. One good thing about this period was that braces became more accepted among young folks, sometimes even a bit of a status symbol.

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Another good result of this time was that so much experience helped dentists understand the many variables of condition and treatment that affect the experience and outcomes of orthodontia.

Miles of smiles With that much experience, refinements eventually took shape. “Clear” braces now make it much harder for others to see that your treatment is in progress. Focusing on the visible teeth helps hasten completion. Special custom treatment“trays” help make appointments quick and comfortable. And

the whole course of treatment typically costs less than traditional braces, aligner therapy or veneers. So, thanks to this treatment option, we have brought a smile to many faces here in the Lowcountry. A new smile. A recipient of the 2012 Mastership Award from the Academy of General Dentistry, Dr. Stephen Durham, DMD, MAGD, is a graduate of Clemson University and the Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine. He is a past recipient of the LVI Fellowship Award for Neuromuscular and Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Durham practices at Durham Dental at Town Center in Beaufort. For more information, visit his website at www.DrStephenDurham.com or call 843-379-5400.

Coastal Carolina Hospital has ceremony for breaking ground for new Women’s Pavilion Coastal Carolina Hospital in Hardeeville held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new Women’s Pavilion on Feb. 20. The Women’s Pavilion, featuring a birthing center and other services for women, is scheduled to open late spring of this year. It will be the first time in eight years that babies are delivered at the hospital. Pictured, from left: Kathryn Mowery, Director, Women’s Services at Coastal Carolina Hospital; Ashley VonNida, Chief Nursing Officer at Coastal Carolina Hospital; Amanda Dyle, Chief Financial Officer at Coastal Carolina Hospital; Mike Sweeney, Mayor ProTem, City of Hardeeville; Hardeeville Mayor Bronco Bostick; Hardeeville Interim City Manager Thomas Johnson; Rev. Thomas McClary, Chairman, Coastal Carolina Hospital Governing Board; Bradley S. Talbert, CEO of Coastal Carolina Hospital; Mark O’Neil, President/CEO, Hilton Head Regional Healthcare; Dr. Lance Lowe, Palmetto Pediatrics; Dr. Randy Royal and Dr. Meredith Mitchell, Riverside Women’s Care.

Local food business to collaborate with Beaufort Memorial Hospital Beaufort’s only source for all local and naturally produced foods is collaborating with Beaufort Memorial Hospital to provide hospital employees, volunteers and LifeFit members with convenient online access to local foods. In operation since 2011, Sea Islands Local Outlet (SILO) is a local food hub with a unique business model that utilizes a web-based market platform, or “webmarket,” to connect its customers with over 40 growers and producers — directly. Sharing similarities with a farmers market, vendors post weekly offerings and set their own prices. Consumers simply place orders each week during web-market hours. Growers and producers receive each week’s orders via email invoice, then immediately harvest or produce what is needed to fill each respective order. Producers deliver to SILO, which in turn hand packs each customer’s individual order and then transports it to one of several pick up locations around Beaufort County. The Beaufort Memorial Hospital campus will host SILO’s two newest pick up locations, making it more convenient for hospital staff and LifeFit members to 6

The SILO shopfront at Habersham.

grab their locally produced foods. “It just seemed to make sense,” said Patrick Kelly, one of SILO’s owners. “Historically, hospitals have been synonymous with healing, but today, they are evolving into symbols of wellness. Eating healthy, locally produced food is a critical piece of overall wellness. Beaufort Memorial is making a statement both by being a model for healthier eating habits and supporting our local food system. This in turn grows a healthier local population and a healthier local economy.” added Kelly. The hospital is not only serving as a host site for SILO’s distribution, they are

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financially incentivizing their employees, volunteers and LifeFit members to purchase local foods by subsidizing membership fees for SILO’s services. Incorporating not only the farmers market model but also aspects of a community co-op grocer, SILO’s primary revenue is through a modest annual membership fee that makes direct farmerto-customer purchase possible, without the typical retail mark-up. The food hub and the hospital came to an agreement, and were able to secure grant money that would enable the two campus pick up locations without needing to charge membership fees for the hospital and LifeFit customers. Mark Senn is the Senior Director of LifeFit Wellness Services and has been championing SILO from the beginning. “As a wellness center,” says Senn, “we help to educate our surrounding community on healthy living and preventative lifestyles. Consuming healthy foods is a critical part of overall health and wellness. We want to make access for our own employees, members and the community as simple as possible.” SILO hopes to help with customer education as well by conducting classes and

workshops through LifeFit that will center around the myriad benefits of a diet based on local foods. The first of these will be on Thursday, March 20 at 5:30 p.m. and will feature a free workshop on fermentation with a food preservation project that is traveling around the country. SILO began delivering orders to Beaufort Memorial in February but hopes the workshop will serve to better inform potential customers about this unique opportunity available right in their work place and community. The two BMH pick up options are: Tuesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Beaufort Medical Plaza; and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at the new LifeFit Building. Any SILO member throughout the county can use the BMH pick up locations by simply selecting their market preference on the website before shopping. To learn more about SILO or to sign up for online ordering, visit their webpage at www.silo-beaufort.com or stop by their shopfront in Habersham at 7A Market, Beaufort, SC 29906. The SILO Team can be reached at manager@silo-beaufort.com or by calling 843-321-8990.


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Attraction or distraction? By Martha O’Regan Attraction or distraction: Which one is it? What if it is both? And, how do you know? With the Law of Attraction, science tells us we create our own reality through our thoughts, perspectives and personal beliefs. I believe there must also be a Law of Distraction, where we create reasons to fall off course, procrastinate or basically lose focus. Sometimes it’s subtle, like a video post that you felt compelled to watch, and other times, more obvious like an illness or drama in a relationship. Journeying along my path, feeling the twists and turns, noticing what is showing up or not, I have discovered how often both “created” and “built-in” distractions show up to divert or slow down progress. Although these distractions may create great annoyance, it helps to understand that they are somehow programmed in for our highest good. For example, when something shows up in our life that pulls us off course, creates laziness or procrastination, did we create a distraction or did we actually attract an opportunity to percolate on an idea or avoid something more difficult or dangerous? Did that “wrong turn” provide an opportunity to meet someone who ultimately supports our journey? I believe we are all created for a unique

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We wake up to the idea that we live in a friendly and abundant universe and begin regularly setting intentions and praying for more joy, peace and prosperity, yet often find ourselves broke and frustrated. What’s up with that. Don’t give up, it is all part of the grand design.

purpose with an ultimate destination while here on planet earth, and by design, spend years or decades zigging and zagging along trying to “find our path” until we tire of being lost or create limiting pain, eventually bringing us back into focus of our originally planned journey. Once aware that we even have a personal path, there is still much work to be done to stay on it — it is a life-long adventure. So, we wake up to the idea that we live in a friendly and abundant Universe and begin regularly setting intentions and praying for more joy, peace and prosperity, yet often find ourselves broke and frustrated. What’s up with that? Don’t give up, it is all part of the grand design. Instead, begin paying closer attention to what is showing up in your life and realize that you are attracting exactly what you are putting out there, as a collective vibrational energy within and “out with” you. My favorite example is the person who

thinks positive thoughts, enjoys daily walks in nature, eats high frequency organic foods, yet has the 24 hour news station blasting because they need to have “background” noise, and wonder why they aren’t finding their bliss. Guess what? If the negative frequency of the news overrides all the positive frequency of your actions, by law, you will attract more of the negative. It is really that crazy simple ... just not always easy. Start paying attention and being curious about everything that shows up — your thoughts, people, phone calls, billboards, songs — and asking “why did I attract that into my life?” Check in to how it feels in the body, where you feel it and what emotion you would label it with. Let’s say it feels like frustration, then ask, “where else is frustration showing up?” Immediately you think about your teenager’s messy room which makes you feel the same feeling of frustration. Ask yourself why that situation is frustrating and work

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with what comes to mind. Whether a reason is identified or not, see if that frustration could be replaced with something else, even something as simple as gratitude that you don’t have to sleep in that messy room. Now, every time that room is passed, shift to gratitude, then begin to pay attention to things that show up that you are grateful for. Our body and life create the perfect feedback to what we are “putting out there” at any given moment, allowing us to observe how we are doing. But, you have to begin by paying attention to everything. Every experience is coming to you, from you, for you, so even when the tough ones show up, try to muster a “gee, thanks, just what I asked for.” Puts it in a whole new perspective, doesn’t it? Martha O’Regan, B.E.S.T. Practitioner, Coach and Speaker, teaches ways to manage the energies of mind, body and spirit for a healthier and happier YOU! Contact her at theravista@gmail.com.

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Beaufort High School presents ‘The Wiz’ By Lanier Laney

The four performing arts — drama, dance, band and chorus — offered at Beaufort High School have worked together to perform their first production, “The Wiz.” This musical was originally produced in 1974 starring Stephanie Mills, and is a way for the students to celebrate the 50th anniversary of civil rights. LaRaine Fess, Beaufort High School drama teacher and the director of “The Wiz,” said, “We wanted to include the community so Aunt Pearlie Sue (Anita Prather) is the Wicked Witch of the West.”

She added,“We also wanted to include students from other schools so we have 20 little ones playing Munchkins and Winkies.” They are from Coosa Elementary, Beaufort Elementary, Whale Branch Elementary, Mossy Oaks Elementary, Bridges Preparatory, Beaufort Middle, Lady’s Island Middle and St. Peter’s Catholic School. There are more than 100 students involved in the show and they have been rehearsing since January. “Our productions are student-run productions,” said LaRaine. “We have students as stage managers, lights, sound, prop master, run crew, costume,

The main cast of “The Wiz.”

makeup — you name it and a student is doing it or has done it.” The band, led by Mr. Nate Drake, is amazing! Teresa Baker is the musical director along with Jordan Norris. The lead roles — Dorothy, Tin

Man, Lion, Scarecrow, The Wiz, and Addepearl — are all drama IV students and they are also involved in the anti-bully program, “When You See Something Say Something.” LaRaine said, “The majority of the students who are leads are triple threats — they can sing, dance, act or sing act, and or play an instrument.” The show had a great opening last weekend. “The Wiz” will be performed at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 20, Friday, March 21, and Saturday, March 22 in The Arts Center at Beaufort High. Tickets are $8 for students and $10 for adults. It’s a super show, don’t miss it!

New golf tournament to raise money for brain cancer awareness The Randy Melvin Memorial Golf Tournament will be held in memory of Kelly Collins’ father, Randolph duBignon Melvin, who passed away from a Glioblastoma Brain Tumor on April 12, 2013. All of the money raised will go to brain cancer awareness. The tournament will be held Saturday, March 29, 2014 at Cat Island Sanctuary Golf Club. It is a four man scramble and the entry fee is $100 per player. This fee includes golf, beer and wine and lunch. Kelly says, “We are accepting donations and checks can be made payable to the Randolph duBignon Melvin Memorial Fund, but we also can accept payment via credit card.” There will be a silent auction, raffle items and a cocktail party at 2 p.m. following the golf tournament to be held at the Cat Island clubhouse. There is a $25

fee and cash bar for non-golfers. Kelly said, “My dad was born in Waycross, Georgia, and moved to Beaufort when he was 8 years old. He was a graduate of Beaufort High and Belmont Abbey College. He served as a United States Secret Service agent for 28 years serving several presidents and foreign dignitaries. He also worked counterfeit and credit card fraud. He retired as the head of secret service for the state of South Carolina in Columbia to further his law enforcement career in Brunswick, Georgia, at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. He permanently retired in 2010 and spent the majority of his time after retirement with his grandchildren or on the golf course.” A few facts about Glioblastoma Brain Tumors: • The median survival rate for patients diagnosed with GBM who are treated with chemotherapy and radiation is

14.6 months. Less than 30 percent of patients will survive two years and only 10 percent of patients will survive five years. • There is no known cause for Glioblastoma brain tumors. • The (GBM) tumors typically form and tend to make their presence known quickly. They grow rapidly and aggressively and even with removal via brain surgery they tend to grow back quickly and with a vengeance. • These tumors tend to increase with frequency of age and are more common in men than women but can even effect small children. For more information, please contact Kelly Collins at 843-321-2293 or by email at kellymelvincollins@ gmail.com. Donations or entry forms can be mailed to 3 Oxeye Lane, Beaufort, SC, 29907.

save the date for amikids beaufort croquet picnic on may 10 By Lanier Laney I can’t begin to tell you what a great organization AMIkids has been for area youth. It’s truly one of the great charitable success stories of our county. They literally pump every dollar raised into helping get troubled area youth on the path to success in life. And their good results have been astounding! The annual Croquet Picnic fundraiser that will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 10, on Bray’s Island is both beautiful and fun. Plus there is a special “Captain’s Party” event for supporters at Brantley Harvey’s historic Marshlands downtown on May 9. Co-chairs Mike Ingram and Dr. Mike Harris ask for a $50 spectator fee made out to AMIkids Beaufort (tax-deductible) for the croquet picnic. The entry fee for teams on May 10 is $400, and teams can range from four to more than eight members. They also encourage people with teams to invite others to join for the picnic side (good food, good drinks) side of things. For more information, to offer silent auction items or to sign up a croquet team, call Dr. Mike Harris at 843-524-1762 or Mike Ingram at 843-846-3149.

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An in-depth look at the people, businesses and organizations that shape our community

Steve Mix: beaufort’s ‘mr. nice guy’

By Lanier Laney

I was fortunate to have firsthand experience of Steve Mix’s kind heart by watching him in an emergency medical situation. He’s truly a Good Samaritan, and he and his wife Vicki have been great contributors to what is “Best about Beaufort.” It was an honor for me to do this interview. What do you do in Beaufort? Steve Mix works part time at Beaufort Memorial Hospital in the Rehabilitation Services Department, and also manages several real estate properties downtown. Where were you born and raised? “I was born in Chicago, but raised in Beverly, Mass.; Charlotte, NC; and even the small town of Bethune, SC. My wife and I lived in Rocky Mount, NC, before moving to Beaufort 21 years ago.” Who are your parents? “My parents are Joe and Lin Mix. Many people know my dad as he owned and worked at Island Outfitters on Lady’s Island. Many locals enjoyed coming to the store to buy hunting and fishing supplies, or just stopping in to talk about such. My mom could be found playing tennis down on the city courts while dad operated the store!” Where did you go to school? “I went to Duke University (Go Devils!) and graduated in 1980. My wife, Vicki, is a graduate of UNC-Wilmington.” Where did you meet your wife? “I have been very happily married since 1983 to the former Vicki Landing of Rocky Mount, NC. We met at an apartment complex, two doors from each other, when she was teaching school and I was working for Planters National Bank. My wife is currently not teaching, but is a teacher and media specialist and has taught Pre-K though the eighth grades.” What made you decide to move to Beaufort? “My parents moved here in 1976. I was entering college, so I never officially lived here until my wife and I moved here in 1993.” Do you have any children? “We have three children. Our oldest, Caroline, is married and practices law in Washington, DC. Our middle daughter, Gracyn, lives in NYC and is an actress. Our youngest is Austin Mix, a senior at Beaufort High School. All the children enjoyed growing up here in Beaufort and the two oldest come back as often as they can to visit.”

Vicki and Steve Mix

What other businesses have you worked for? Steve ran the Beaufort Butterfly Shop downtown for more than 17 years. He said,“I enjoyed all the locals and tourists who would stop by the shop. I have collected butterflies and moths since I was a young child, and although I don’t collect much anymore, I still speak to garden clubs and school groups on occasion about my hobby, and I remain a member of the Southern Lepidopterists Society.” What led to your current occupation? “Several years ago I decided it was time to close the Butterfly Shop. I have always enjoyed working with people and helping people out when I could. I decided to try out something new. I got my EMT license and found I enjoyed working with people with medical needs. I was fortunate enough that this has lead me to be currently working with the rehab department at Beaufort Memorial Hospital.” What do you like about your job and area of work? “I have always enjoyed working with people. I like making people laugh and feel good about life. Beaufort Memorial Hospital provides quality health care with a heavy dose of smiles. Many of our patients come back just to visit and some even bring food!” How would you describe your spouse? “Vicki is the rock of our family. She makes sure the kids work to their potential and has tried to teach them to think about people other than themselves. She is very involved with family and friends, and is quick with a laugh or a sympathetic ear. Vicki is a leader too, and very good with children in the classroom. Students

remember her teachings and personality through the years, often stopping her around town to catch her up on their lives.” How would your spouse describe you? Says his wife Vicki, “Steve is a wonderful person and lots of fun! He is well known in the community due to his fun-loving nature and his ability to wash dishes! He had a job in college as a dining hall dishwasher, and ever since then, he has washed the dishes at home and many a dinner party, too. We always laugh that we get invited to dinner parties due to his expertise at dish washing! He is also a great father and has been very involved in the children’s lives. When the girls were young, he started the father/daughter club “The Indian Princess’” through the YMCA. Steve’s Indian name was Chief Royal Walnut (after the Royal Walnut moth) but all the club members just called him ‘Chief Nut’ — he always liked that! If you need a smile or a favor, Steve is there to help you out. He is a great husband, father and friend.” What do you like most about Beaufortonians? “I think Beaufort is a very friendly place. I find that people living here are very accepting of newcomers.” What is one of your favorite hobbies? “Butterfly collecting! In the warmer months our house has Tupperware containers full of caterpillars munching on leaves.” (Now that is a new use for old Tupperware!) What charities or nonprofit organizations are you involved with? “I have been involved in leadership roles in the Boys & Girls Club, the YMCA, the Sea Island Rotary Club, AMIkids Beaufort, and First Presbyterian Church. My wife is a past board member with the Beaufort Memorial Hospital Foundation, and we have been actively involved with the Beaufort Memorial Hospital Valentine Ball, co-chairing and hosting dinner parties, and well as dancing on the dance floor each year!” What are your favorite sports? “I enjoy watching all sports, especially Duke basketball, and, as of this year, Duke football, too!” chairpersons of the duke symphony orchestra fundraiser

Vicki and Steve Mix are honorary chairs of this year’s Duke Symphony Orchestra Fundraiser, which will be held Saturday, March 22 at 7 p.m. at USCB Center for the Arts. Proceeds will support BMH’s Healing Arts Program at the Keyserling Cancer Center and the main hospital. General admission tickets are $35. To purchase tickets, visit www.bmhsc.org or call 843-522-5774. For more about the concert, see page 19.

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A focus on students, teachers and educational events in northern Beaufort County school notes BEAUFORT ACADEMY • Friday, March 21: Shadow Day at BA. All 1st-11th graders interested in learning more about BA are invited to shadow another student for the day (or portion of the day). Lunch is provided and RSVP is required. Please contact MJ Simmons at 843-524-3393 or visit us at www.beaufortacademy.org. • Saturday, March 22: BA hosts a Community Yard Sale, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the gym. Open to the community. • Monday, March 24: BA 5th graders begin their week at MCAS STARBASE. • Thursday, March 27: BA Science Expo Open House, 5 to 6 p.m. Open to the community. COOSA ELEMENTARY Camp Invention is coming back! In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Coosa Elementary School is pleased to offer the nationally-acclaimed Camp Invention program to children entering grades one through six. It’s an exciting, weeklong summer adventure in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) that’s all about big ideas. Children will work together to seek

St. Peter’s second and third graders performed recitations, poetry, and songs for the folks at Morningside. A little whimsy, some spiritual, and patriotic words of wisdom, plus Irish Eyes! It was St. Patrick’s Day! innovative solutions to real-world problems and sharpen critical 21st century learning skills as they rotate through four modules that reinvent summer fun. This unforgettable week begins on July 7, when Karyn Levesque will direct the Camp Invention MORPHED!™ program at Coosa Elementary. Register on or before March 28 to receive $25 off the base price. Every registration includes a complimentary Camp Invention T-shirt. Availability is limited, so visit www.campinvention.org or call 800.968.4332 to reserve your child’s spot today!

Recently, 168 JROTC cadets were promoted in Beaufort High’s Air Force ROTC program in a ceremony to which families were invited. To be eligible for promotion, students were required to have at least a B in AFJROTC, and no failing grades in the rest of their classes. Officers and noncommissioned officers needed to pass an additional drill evaluation and promotion test. Pictured are the leaders of the ROTC program, the Wing Staff. In photo, from left: Support Group Commander, Cadet Lt. Col Olivia Roberts; Vice Squad A Commander, Cadet Maj. Eric Blakely; Squad A Commander, Cadet Lt. Col. Austin Mix; Wing Commander, Cadet Col. Brian Lentz; Squad B Commander Cadet Lt. Col. Ciaran Cordial; Vice Squad B Commander Cadet Maj. Michael Holmes; and Vice Wing Commander, Cadet Lt. Col. Rasheed Singleton. Kudos to these outstanding students putting leadership skills into practice. MISCELLANEOUS • For many years, the Exchange Club of Beaufort has sponsored a Youth of the Month program. The Exchange Club of Beaufort is looking for any high school senior demonstrating excellence in leadership, community service and academics to be recognized as

a Youth of the Month. The club’s Youth of the Year will receive a $500 scholarship and she or he will advance to the district competition for a $2,000 possible scholarship. For information, contact club President, Darlene Douglas at 522-1872 or email dtdouglas@ embarqmail.com.

SCHOOL DISTRICT • The Beaufort County Board of Education today set Monday, March 24 as the make-up day for classes that were cancelled Jan. 29 due to a winter storm. March 24 was originally scheduled in the district’s calendar as a day when teachers would report for work for a staff development day but students would have a vacation day. Now both teachers and students will attend school at normal times on March 24. The staff development day has been moved to June 6. st. peter’S • The St. Peter’s girls middle school soccer team kicked off their season yesterday with a 4-0 win at Hilton Head Prep. Goals were scored by Mia Collins (2), Olivia Crisologo and first year player Madalyn Coffman. The team is led by returning coach Dianne Wilson. • The St. Peter’s boys middle school soccer team defeated Hilton Head Prep 5-0 in their first game of the season. Fifth grader Joel DeWolfe scored three times in his debut for the Cardinals and Elijah Moreno scored twice. The boys is team is under the leadership of new coaches Mike Calkins and Jeff Ertwine.

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BA’s Shamrock Shakedown always a successful event There were no black ties necessary at Beaufort Academy’s Shamrock Shakedown, held at Q on Bay on Saturday, March 15th, but there was a lot of green. Beaufort Academy’s spring fundraising event began in 1987, when it was originally named the “Pig Out in Frogmore” and held at Sanders Packing Shed to honor Mr. Pat Calhoun. Mr. Calhoun died suddenly of complications from surgery, and being greatly missed by his family as well as his community, they organized this event to raise money in his name. The original Pig Out was a sold out celebration that annually united a growing community for nearly 15 years. As with

the original, BA welcomes locals, alumni, friends and visitors every year to this fundraising social event. After a 10-year hiatus, in 2005 “Pig Out ... The Revival!” recreated the atmosphere from its predecessor while also making a name for itself. As in past Pig Outs, there was plenty of barbecue, an open bar, and dancing, all in a friendly, comfortable environment. The fundraising remained a big part of the event, but this time the funds went directly to BA, the 501c3 nonprofit independent PreK-12 school, to fill part of the void between tuition and the cost of running the school.

Blood drive to help educator diagnosed with leukemia Beaufort County School District is hosting a blood drive Tuesday, March 25, dedicated to Coosa Elementary media assistant Elaine Senn, who was diagnosed with leukemia in December. Senn, the mother of two teenage children, already has received four units of blood during her chemotherapy treatment. She will require even more blood and blood products following a stem cell transplant taking place Saturday at the Medical University of South Carolina. The blood drive is being held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Beaufort County School District office, 2900 Mink Point Blvd. in Beaufort To make an appointment, contact drive chairperson Megan Meyer at 843-322-2306. Before taking the media assistant position at Coosa Elementary, Senn served two years as assistant coach for the Beaufort High School girls’ varsity basketball team. The school held a blood drive for her earlier this month. “It’s been very hard on us,” said Senn’s husband Mark, who fought his own battle with brain cancer four years ago. “The support of the community helps us keep moving forward.”

In 2010, BA mixed it up a bit, changing the event to the Fish In, which also featured a fishing tournament, and then in 2012 to the Shamrock Shakedown, at which point it became Beaufort’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. The purpose of each event, always under the direction of hardworking volunteer parents, continues to be a critical support of BA’s annual budget. Just as it was in the early years, volunteers still work hard to plan for it, the community still loves it, and the school’s operating budget still depends on it. Special thank you to this year’s co-chairs, Wendi Lynn and Tracy Hines.

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Beaufort High’s Academic World Quest Challenge Team wins For the second year in a row, the Beaufort High’s Academic World Quest Challenge Team won the day. The Academic World Quest is a 10-round academic competition that tested the knowledge of District high school students on a wide range of global issues. Beaufort High’s “Green” team took first place, Hilton Head Island High’s “Columbia” team took second place and Bluffton High School’s “Black” team came in third. Teams from all five district high schools participated in the annual competition, and some schools Beaufort High’s “Green” team members, pictured above from left, are: Michael Schwartz, Ciaran Cordial, Austin Mix and Robert David Crumley, Jr. fielded two teams.

The World Affairs Council of Hilton Head, in partnership with the Beaufort County School District, presented the competition at Hilton Head Island High School. Parents of participating students, educators and community members were in the audience. Social Studies Department head Debi Kidd was the coach. “This competition is always so fierce,” Kidd said, “but we felt good coming in because we had worked so hard. And we’ve got a great bunch of kids.” The Beaufort High team will travel to Washington next month for a national competition.

Career Day at Lady’s Island Elementary

The Beaufort County Association of Realtors made a generous donation to the Lowcountry Habitat for Humanity program and purchased several “studs”. The BA kindergartners assisted Habitat with decorating a couple of the studs, one of which is pictured here. Left to right, back row: Maxwell Winters, Sellers Lynn, Liam Gibbons, Jack Adams, Quinlan LaSalle. Front row: Jane Rhodes, Jo Lin Huang, Sarah Bette Bundy, Braxton Hines.

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Lady’s Island Elementary School held a vehicle career fair on Friday, March 14 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. There were 11 different careers from the community represented with 14 vehicles: Marines, Red Cross, EMS, police, Lady’s Island Fire Department, construction, tow trucks, Merry Maids, Happy Taxi, and a local crabber. The students had the opportunity to explore a variety of careers, ask questions, and begin to think about what they would like to do when they grow up. The classroom guidance curriculum, led by school counselor Kelli Harper, has been focusing on career readiness this month with the

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River of Words sparks creativity through nature The complex ecology and peaceful beauty of Port Royal Sound serves as the inspiration for a new collection of art and poetry by Beaufort County School District students. “River of Words: Musings on Port Royal Sound through Poetry and Art 2014,” was unveiled last Friday evening at a reception at ARTworks in Beaufort. The student publication is the culmination of an interdisciplinary learning experience about the sound’s watersheds. “When children spend more time indoors and on line than outdoors, there’s a legitimate concern that viewing nature only ‘virtually’ will lead to a diminished awareness of our local ecology and our ‘sense of place’ in the larger scheme of things,” said Margaret Rushton, the project coordinator. “This helps to counteract that trend.” Rushton said that more than 3,400 second- through 12th-graders from 25 district schools accepted the “River of Words” challenge last fall to extend learning beyond classroom walls and into neighboring marshes, beaches and maritime forests. More than 100 science, English language arts, math, gifted and talented and visual arts teachers joined

forces to design interdisciplinary units of study that examined local watersheds from multiple perspectives. Students and teachers equipped with binoculars, cameras and sketchbooks experienced first-hand the intricacies of Port Royal Sound. They tested water quality, studied stormwater run-off and discussed the effects of pollution and population growth. They kayaked the May River, rode in a South Carolina Department of Natural Resources “Discovery Vessel,” witnessed abundant wildlife at Nemours Plantation, toured Hunting Island State Park and explored the natural history and cultural heritage of the Lowcountry at Coastal Discovery Museum. Rushton said that while students observed, measured, tested, researched and documented, they also heightened their senses to the sights, sounds and smells of the natural world. Following these scientific discoveries, she said, students were charged to transform their new knowledge into poems and art. “River of Words” is filled with their creativity. Now in its fourth year, “River of Words” enables K-12 students to use humor and haiku, free verse, figurative language,

vivid vocabularies and heartfelt advocacy along with paint, pencil, digital images and natural fibers to demonstrate their understanding of Port Royal Sound and to make their voices heard. Participating schools this year were: Battery Creek High, Beaufort Elementary, Beaufort Middle, Bluffton Elementary, Bluffton High, Bluffton Middle, Broad River Elementary, Coosa Elementary, H.E McCracken Middle, Hilton Head Island Elementary, Hilton Head Island School for the Creative Arts, Hilton Head Island Middle, J. Shanklin Elementary, Lady’s Island Elementary, Lady’s Island Middle, Mossy Oaks Elementary, Okatie Elementary, Pritchardville Elementary, Port Royal Elementary, Red Cedar Elementary, Riverview Charter, Robert Smalls Middle, St. Helena Elementary, Whale Branch Elementary and Whale Branch Middle. Participating environmental groups were: LowCountry Institute, Coastal Discovery Museum, Hunting Island State Park, Waddell Mariculture Center, Beaufort County Soil and Water Conservation District, Clemson Extension Center, Center for Birds of Prey,

South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Outside Hilton Head, Kids in Kayaks and Nemours Plantation. On behalf of all the students that benefit from this experience, Rushton gives special thanks to the Port Royal Sound Foundation for their Benefactor funding and to the Instructional Services staff at the Beaufort County School District for the team effort it takes to organize the River of Words program each of the four years. Community participants included: • Master naturalists Chris Marsh, Tony Mills, Kay Merrill, Ernie Wiggers, Mitch Helm, Amanda Woods, Al Stokes, Laura Lee Rose, Don Wotytowick, Pam Floyd, Debby Way and Dick Geie. • Children’s author Kevin Kurtz • Visual artists Mary Pratt, Kim Keats and Alana Adams • Graphic artist Liz Chase • Beaufort County Broadcast Services and the Coastal Kingdom video series. Purchase your copy of the River of Words student publication for $15 at ARTworks where the exhibit will continue through March. The students’ original art is for sale for $20 and all proceeds benefit next year’s project.

bridges preparatory school to hold first job fair on saturday, march 29 Bridges Preparatory School will hold its first job fair for the 2014-2015 school year on Saturday, March 29, 2014, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The job fair will take place at Bridges’ main campus, located in Downtown Beaufort, at 1100 Boundary St., Beaufort, 29902. Bridges is seeking South Carolina certified teachers, retired educators and experienced, non-certified personnel in all areas. Interested applicants must complete and submit an application online by March 21st at the latest: http://bridgesprep.org/contact-us/careers. After completing and submitting the application, candidates may schedule an interview by contacting Joan Drury at 843-982-7737 or email jdrury@bridgesprep.org. Walk-ins are welcome, but no interview will be guaranteed for such candidates. Please bring a resume and complete application. Candidates coming from out of town may find lodging information on www.beaufortsc.org/lodging.

Donor challenges community to support Holy Trinity Classical Christian School An anonymous donor is challenging Holy Trinity Classical Christian School of Beaufort and its surrounding community to raise $750,000 by September 1, 2014. If the challenge is met in full and all monies are deposited by September 1, the donor has agreed to provide a matching gift of $750,000. The purpose of the challenge is to

create a long-term fund that will provide tuition assistance based upon a student’s financial need. Should the monetary goal be reached, the donor’s name will be released to the public. Headmaster Reverend Chad Lawrence stated, “This is both a tremendous gift and challenge to us. Being able to raise the necessary funds to receive this generous

matching gift will mean that many students whose families could not otherwise afford it will be able to receive the first-class Classical Christian education that we have to offer. We remain prayerful as we consider the steps necessary to ensure as many students as possible have access to Holy Trinity.” Holy Trinity is located at 302

Burroughs Ave. in Beaufort and is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 academic school year for Pre-K through 7th grades. Applications may be found online at www.htccs.org or retrieved in person at the school. For more information or to schedule a school tour, contact 843-522-0660 or via email at htadmin@htccs.org.

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Badkatz Champions

The 14 and under girls softball Badkatz team took first place at the 2014 Lady Lookouts Spring Classic on March 15.

beaufort yacht and sailing club sponsors jean ribaut cup/beaufort race weekend The Beaufort Yacht and Sailing Club is sponsoring the Jean Ribaut Cup/Beaufort Race Weekend again this year. The weekend starts on Friday, March 28 and continues through Monday, March 31. There will be a full weekend of racing for PHRF sailing boats as well as social events for the crews, their guests and club members. The main event is the Jean Ribaut Cup which will be sailed on Port Royal Sound on Saturday, March 29; at least 20 boats are expected to sail in this popular regatta. A Skippers Meeting/Cocktail Party will be held on Friday evening and trophies for the Ribaut Cup will be awarded at a dinner after the racing on Saturday — both events are at BYSC. • Friday, March 28: Informal race from Dataw

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Island to Beaufort. Ribaut Cup Skippers Meeting/ Cocktail Party at BYSC at 6 p.m. • Saturday, March 29: The Jean Ribaut Cup warning gun at 11 a.m. in Port Royal Sound. Awards Dinner at BYSC at 6 p.m. • Sunday, March 30: PHRF race in Beaufort River. Competitors meeting at noon, warning gun at 1 p.m., both at BYSC. • Monday, March 31: PHRF race from Beaufort to Dataw Island. Competitors meeting at 8 a.m., start just east of the Woods Bridge at 9:15 a.m. For information and registration, contact Roy Crocker at 843-838-2453 or email lcrocker@ me.com, or the Beaufort Yacht and Sailing Club at 843-522-8216.


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Beaufort High’s Amanda Barnes sets national pole vault mark Beaufort High School is home to the nation’s top female high school sophomore pole vaulter. Beaufort sophomore Amanda Barnes delivered her top mark in the 50th Annual Bob Hayes Invitational at Raines High School in Jacksonville, Fla., last weekend as she reached a winning height of 12 feet, 9 inches. Her effort broke a seven-year-old meet record and gave her the top effort over other 10th graders nationally. The Beaufort High School track and field program

enjoyed some other highlights in the meet. The Beaufort girls 4x100 relay team, consisting of Tatyana Fripp, Bre-Anne Heyward-White, Savionna Glover and Aaliyah Smalls, finished in 49.8 seconds. For the Beaufort boys track and field team, Michael Dickson finished fifth in the 110-meter hurdles. Dickson turned in a stellar time of 14.6 seconds. The Beaufort High boys’ 4x400 team finished in 3:37.

Dolphins split doubleheader Battery Creek split a high school baseball doubleheader with Tamaqua, a team from Pennsylvania, last Saturday. In the first game, visiting Tamaqua pulled away to best Battery Creek 12-1. The Dolphins, however, battled back to win the nightcap, edging Tamaqua 5-4 in the final game of the twinbill. With the win in the second game, Battery Creek improved to 2-4. More on each game follows. Tamaqua 12, Battery Creek 1: Battery Creek struggled offensively throughout the opening game of the doubleheader versus Tamaqua as the visiting team from Pennsylvania pulled away to 12-1. Clyde Parker and Craig Capano each had one hit for Battery Creek in the loss. Parker scored Battery Creek’s lone run and Capano delivered the Dolphins’ only RBI. Battery Creek 5, Tamaqua 4: Battery Creek starting pitcher Zach Mahan tossed a complete game and earned the win in the second game. The productive Mahan allowed only two earned runs on seven hits. Reliable Beaufort batter Clyde Parker accounted for the game-winning hit. Helping his cause at the plate, Mahan went 2-for-3 with two doubles. Mahan was one of three Battery Creek batters to turn in multi-hit games. The second game’s most consistent hitter, Henry Schubert was 3-for-4 for the Dolphins. Craig Capano finished 2-for-3 with a double in Battery Creek’s hard-fought win.

Antoine Smalls won the $1,000 Bob Hayes Invitational James Day College Scholarship which rewards a student for their community service and athletic endeavors. Battery Creek was also well-represented in the Bob Hayes Invitational. Quamecha Morrison placed seventh in the high jump (5-2); Kimberly Vigil eighth in the pole vault (7-6); and La’Shirrae Morrall 12th in the triple jump (34-11).

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Club Karate attacks The Sharkfest Tournament in Myrtle Beach, S.C. From left: Ryan Giles, first place in fighting and second in kata; Kylie Rast, first place in weapons, first place in kata and second place in fighting; and Hunter Rast who won first place weapons, first in fighting, and second in kata. Back row is Chuck Elias, instructor.

high school soccer results Beaufort Academy blanks Cathedral Academy, 4-0 Posting an impressive shutout win, Beaufort Academy blanked Cathedral Academy 4-0 in a boys’ high school soccer game on Tuesday, March 11. With the win, Beaufort Academy improved to 3-2. Jack Olsson, Drummond Koppernaes and Jacob Dalton all scored goals while George Sanford and Joe Bhoi delivered one assist apiece for the win. Defensively, Beaufort Academy goalkeeper Ashton Guest posted his second straight shutout.

Battery Creek sweeps Garrett Tech Battery Creek swept Garrett Tech in boys and girls soccer matches last Thursday. Boys: Battery Creek 11, Garrett Tech 0: Four different Battery Creek players provided scoring in the shutout win. Leading Battery Creek offensively, Caleb Campbell, Kale Slade and Reece Bowles scored three goals apiece while John Saullo scored two goals for Battery Creek in the convincing victory. Campbell and Erik Barbosa each had two assists for the Dolphins. Slade, Saullo and Dalton Bowers delivered one assist apiece for the team. Girls: Battery Creek 6, Garrett Tech 1: Mandy Hearn and Kim Digil led the Battery Creek offensive effort with two goals apiece. Morgan Doray and Tiffany Nova netted one goal each for Battery Creek in the comfortable win. Performing well from her defensive position, Taylor Jones got the start as goalkeeper.

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the indie film corner: ‘the past’ The Indie Film “The Past” will be shown at USCB Center for the Arts, 801 Carteret St., on Monday, March 24 at 7 p.m. A film by Asghar Farhadi, “The Past” stars Bérénice Béjo, Tahar Rahim and ALi Mosaffa. This French film is not rated and fully subtitled. It was shown at Cannes Film Festival 2013, Telluride Film Festival 2013, Toronto International Film Festival 2013, and won Best

Actress (Bérénice Béjo) at the Cannes Film Festival 2013. Following a four year separation, Ahmad (Ali Mosaffa) returns to Paris from Tehran, upon his estranged French wife Marie (Bérénice Bejo)’s request, in order to finalize their divorce procedure so she can marry her new boyfriend Samir (Tahar Rahim). During his tense, brief stay, Ahmad discovers the conflicting nature of

Marie’s relationship with her teenage daughter Lucie (Pauline Burlet). Ahmad’s efforts to improve this relationship soon unveil a secret from their past. Tickets are adults $7, seniors $6, and students $7. Contact the box office at 843-5214145 or email Bonnie Hargrove at bhargrov@ uscb.edu, or visit them online at www. uscbcenterforthearts.com.

The Honeycutters will perform on Fripp Island Fripp Friends of Music has had a long tradition of winding up each season’s musical concert series with a blockbuster performance. In recent years, Susan Werner, Jesse Winchester & Dala — all premier singer-songwriters — have delighted Sea Island audiences. Resolve to treat yourself to another extraordinary musical experience, as The Honeycutters, an original country roots band from Asheville, N.C., comes to the Lowcountry on Sunday, March 30. For the better part of a decade, this group has been playing heartfelt Americana, “organically grown,” around the

songs of lead singer Amanda Anne Platt. The music is so catchy, it’s become a favorite band to audiences throughout the United States. The Honeycutters will perform Sunday, March 30 at 5 p.m. at the Fripp Island Community Center, 205 Tarpon Blvd., Fripp Island, SC, 29920. Tickets at the door: Adults $25 per person, $10 for students. All attendees receive an entry pass at the Fripp Gate and are invited to join the artists at an included catered event following the performance. For more information, call 843-838-6655 or visit www. islc.net/friendsofmusic.

arts events “Calling All Theatre Buffs”: ARTworks will host an Open House for actors, directors, designers, technicians, and anyone else who is interested in participating in community theater on Sunday, March 23. Attendees should bring bios, a head shot, or other information relative to your craft and experience — although no previous experience is necessary. The Open House will be held from 4 to 6 p.m., followed at 6 p.m. by a showcase of monologues developed by students in Gail Westerfield’s Meisner technique acting class. For more information, please call 843-379-2787 or visit www. beaufortcountyarts.com. Palmetto Dancers: Palmetto Dancers is a new dance team in Beaufort County that is sponsored by ARTworks. Members of Palmetto Dancers will have many performing opportunities from parades to festivals to stage performances. The dance team will be divided into different sections based on age. Registration will be held Thursday, March 20, from 4 to 7 p.m. at ARTworks, 2127 Boundary St., Beaufort. Call 843-379-2787 or email palmettodancers@gmail.com.

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Beaufort Harbormasters celebrate 15 years with Irish songs: The Beaufort Harbormasters and Belles are celebrating a belated St. Patrick’s Day song fete and The Harbormasters Fifteenth Anniversary. A rousing, melodic tribute to all who have made it possible for the past 15 years of harmonious fun and song. Plus a tip of the hat and a top o’ the morning to the Emerald Isle. Hear familiar tunes from ole Ireland and Harbormaster hits from past shows. All performed in four-part harmony Friday, March 28, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 29 at 3 p.m. at the Beaufort High School Auditorium. Tickets are available through www.beaufortharbormasters.org. Four-part harmony, commonly called “Barbershop” is a truly American art form tracing its history back to the early 19th century. Come and enjoy an American treasure and enjoy the evening with ringing chords. For more information, contact Gary Gebhardt at 843-368-6544. Springtime Art Bliss: Springtime Art Bliss sale in the garden at the Charles Street Gallery, 914 Charles St., will be held Saturday, March 29, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Featuring original, whimsical, primitive artwork by

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Benton Lutz plus a wondrous selection of frames, prints, mirrors, and vintage Japanese household items. Visit www.thecharlesstreetgallery.com. Junkyard Angel: Junkyard Angel, a country western band from Savannah will be playing a concert at ARTworks on Friday, March 28th at 7:30 p.m. Junkyard Angel is comprised of Stewart Marshall on vocals and electric and rhythm guitar, Jim Marshall on vocals and acoustic guitar, Scotty Rahn on lead guitar and vocals, Scott Tanner on bass and drummer Joe Ippolito. These guys are a tight knit group who have been playing together since 2005. Junkyard Angel is a mix of high and low, country and rock, original music and familiar tunes, hard rocking musicians and family men, all of which contributes to what Junkyard Angels has always been, a product of its southern roots and values , and what it will be in the futures as it sits poised to burst onto the national stage. Tickets are $17 per person, $15 for active military with ID. ARTworks is in Beaufort Town Center, 2127 Boundary Street. Visit www.beaufortcountyarts.com or call 843-379-2787 for more information.

“A Date with Patsy Cline”: From April 4 through April 6 at ARTworks, actress Maggy Norden transforms into Patsy Cline for a performance that combines the well known and loved music of Patsy Cline with snippets of dialogue that reveal details about the singer’s personal life. USCB Center for the Arts asking for photos: USCB Center for the Arts will present the play, “A Piece of My Heart” by Shirley Lauro on May 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. and May 18 at 3 p.m. The play follows the true stories of six young women and their service during the Vietnam War, and has been called “...the nation’s most enduring theatrical production that deals with the Vietnam War” by The Vietnam Veterans of America. Director Gail Westerfield is asking Beaufort County women who served during the conflict to send her photos of themselves taken during that time with their name and where they served to be used in a slideshow at each performance while audiences are seated. Send your photos in jpg format, 300 dpi to bhargrov@uscb. edu, or mail to Bonnie Hargrove, Director, USCB Center for the Arts, 801 Carteret St, Beaufort, SC 29902.


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Duke Symphony Orchestra returns to Beaufort Concert to benefit healing arts at Beaufort Memorial Hospital’s Keyserling Cancer Center For the 11th consecutive year, the Duke Symphony Orchestra is taking its show on the road to raise money for Beaufort Memorial Hospital’s Keyserling Cancer Center and its Healing Arts program. Some 60 musicians from the North Carolina university will travel to Beaufort to perform a benefit concert at 7 p.m. this Saturday, March 22 at USCB’s Center for the Arts. “Everybody loves this trip,” said Duke Symphony Orchestra Director Harry Davidson. “The only students who miss this concert are seniors who have job interviews.” Each year, the community rolls out the red carpet for the young musicians. The students stay in the homes of area residents and are invited to a postconcert conductor’s reception held in a private residence in the city’s Landmark Historic District. “The first year we presented the concert, the audience gave the orchestra a spontaneous standing ovation after the opening number,” said Alice Moss, executive director of the Beaufort Memorial Hospital Foundation, which organizes the fundraiser. “They’ve been a hit every year since.” To date, the popular concert has

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raised more than $205,000 for the foundation. Proceeds from the event benefit Beaufort Memorial’s cancer center and its Healing Arts programs, designed to create an inviting, relaxed environment meant to calm patients and relieve their stress. Steve and Vicki Mix are the honorary chairs of the 2014 event. The Beaufort residents — longtime supporters of the BMH Foundation — have played host

to Duke orchestra members year after year. Most of the musicians are undergraduate or graduate students studying everything from engineering to medicine. Duke’s Department of Music does not offer music performance majors. “These are kids who played in their high school bands and have been taking lessons for years,” Davidson said. “They perform with the orchestra because they want to keep music in their lives.” During the two-hour concert, the students will play a repertoire of 18th to 20th century symphonic classical works. The USCB University Chorus will make

a guest appearance, joining the orchestra on two of the evening’s selections. “It’s a big thrill for the students,” said USCB Choral Director Vic Varner. “It’s not often they get to perform with a full symphony orchestra.” General admission tickets to the performance are $35. Patron tickets are $75 and include premium seating and the conductor’s reception being held a few blocks from the concert hall at the home of Frances and David Cherry. (Tickets will be $5 more at the door). For more information on the Duke Symphony Orchestra concert or to purchase tickets, visit www.bmhsc.org or call 843-522-5774.

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Quilt guild holds water challenge show The Sea Island Quilt Guild announced the results of its annual quilt challenge. The theme this year was “Water.” The guild members designed, constructed and displayed quilts that depict the theme in the following categories: Best Interpretation of Theme • First place: “The Drip” by Cathy Persson • Second place: “Will Melt for Water” by Ann Marcellis • Third place: “Water Cycle” by

Shelby Berry. Best Appliquéd • First place: “Will Melt for Water” by Ann Marcellis • Second place: “The Drip” by Cathy Persson • Third place: “Aloha ‘Oe” by Georgia Mitchell Best Pieced • First place: “The Beauty of Water” by Nancy Metzger • Second place: “Seasons of Water”

by Pat Cohen • Third place: “Water Cycle” by Shelby Berry. The Peg Allen Memorial Award: Miniature quilts that honor the skill of founding member Peg Allen • First place: “Mariner’s Compass” by Joey Petrucco • Second place: “Storm at Sea” by Andrea West • Third place: “Sailboats” by Corinne Haygood.

best bets IN BEAUFORT MARCH 21: Exhibit and grand opening of Penn Center new welcome center: Penn Center National Historic Landmark District York W. Bailey Museum presents “Harlem on My Mind” exhibition, a groundbreaking photographic exhibition documenting life in Harlem during the Harlem Renaissance. It is historically and educationally significant and provides an enriching glimpse into our nation’s history. It will also be the grand opening of Penn Center’s new Welcome Center on Saturday, March 21, at 6 p.m. Light refreshments will be served and the event is free and open to the public. The exhibit will be on display at Penn Center from March 21 through May 3, 2014. Penn Center is located at 16 Penn Center Circle West, St. Helena Island. For more information, call 843-8382432 or email info@penncenter.com.

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While out killing time at The Sands in Port Royal, Bob Sofaly used extremely high shutter speeds and a 300 mm lens to take pictures of ordinary seagulls and got some interesting images of the birds in flight around a puddle of fresh rain water.

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MARCH 22: Beaufort Twilight Run: More than 2,000 participants and spectators are anticipated at the 6th Annual Beaufort Twilight Run (BTR) and Oyster Roast presented by Habersham Properties on Saturday, March 22 in the Habersham Marketplace from 4:30-10:30 p.m. This USATF sanctioned running festival for all ages has a competitive 8K Run; a 5K Run; the Beaufort Challenge (8K+5K Run); a 5K Fun Walk and a quarter mile Kids’ Fun Run. The evening is capped off with a festive Lowcountry Oyster Roast and live music from Savannah band, Tell Scarlet. For details about race registration, oyster roast tickets and more, visit www. BeaufortTwilightRun.com. The event benefits Riverview Charter School.

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The Lunch Bunch was delighted to try the new wine bar that recently opened on Bay Street next to Fordham Market. The design is sleek and inviting, with a long bar, small tables and interesting art on the walls. Last Friday afternoon, we were treated to three amazing courses expertly prepared by Chef Tara. For the first appetizer course, she brought us a platter called Meta’ y Medio, which is the cheese plate and Charcuterie Board combined. We also loved the little plate of goat cheese stuffed dates wrapped in speck. For the second course, we sampled three of their specialty sandwiches, and they were all excellent. The Italian is packed Clockwise from above: Meta’ y Medio, the cheese plate and Charcuterie Board combined; with genoa salami, Prosciutto de Parma, French chocolate ganache “salami” dessert with whip cream and berries on top; Trio of fresh mozzarella, olive aioli and roasted sandwiches: Italian, the Vermonter, and the Veggie wrap; and goat cheese stuffed dates. tomatoes on rosemary olive bread from subtle, satisfying touch. wines to go with our meal. They have the Beaufort Bread Company. You can also build your own sandwich many reds and whites, and my favorite The Veggie wrap was also delicious, from a variety of quality breads, meats, so far was the Basa Verdeho, a Spanish with hummus, lettuce, tomatoes, onion, cheeses, vegetables and spreads. white that is the perfect balance between artichoke hearts and roasted red peppers, The third dessert course was French not too dry and not too sweet. and a surprising kick from jalapeños. chocolate ganache “salami” that has Wined It Up Wine Bar & Specialty My favorite, and Kim’s too, was the spices and nuts and is topped with fresh Deli is at 705 Bay Street, Beaufort. It is Vermonter which came with smoked ham, Dijon, white cheddar cheese, apple berries and whipped cream. Talk about open seven days a week for lunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and dinner at 5 p.m. and red onion on multi-grain bread. fabulous. It was seriously heavenly. Of course, we all ordered various Call 843-5585 for take out orders. An Eager Crowd Will Gather at the The sweet crunch from the apple was a

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Follow the yellow glass bottle By Celia Strong

It may not be the “Yellow Brick Road,” but the theory is close. You may not remember the name of this wine, but you will remember the shape of the bottle and the color of the yellow glass, and that should be enough to help find it so you can buy some. Our winery this week is known for having different shaped bottles. I’m not sure if it was a marketing decision to make it easier to find their wines, but since most wineries spend time and money on designing labels and thinking of memorable names, then it seems logical that they planned for exactly that to happen. You can imagine the brainstorming session: “Why not just make it easy? A different bottle. A distinctive color. Then customers can just ask for the white wine in the bright yellow bottle.” Very clever. Our wine, in its yellow glass bottle, comes from northwestern Italy, specifically the Piedmont region. Located in the foothills of the Alps, this region shares borders with both France and Switzerland. Like most of the 20 wine regions of Italy, Piedmont has native vines. The ancient Greeks called the area “Oenotrua,” land of vines. There are many well known wines that come from Piedmont — Barolo and Barbaresco, made from Nebbiolo grapes; Dolcettos and Barberas, both red grapes; Asti Spumante, made from Moscato grapes; Brachettos, red wines that are sweet and sparkling; and, last but not least, Gavi, a white wine made from Cortese grapes. For many years, before the white wines from northeastern Italy became numerous and popular, the white wines of Gavi were considered to be the best of Italian dry white wines. (Hopefully, after this week, some of us can think this is true.) Only about 30 percent of Piedmont land is suitable for grape planting. Despite that, the region has 42 DOC wines and 16 DOCGs. The Piedmont region produces more DOC/ DOCG wines by volume than any other Italian region. Almost 84 percent of their wines are DOC/DOCGs. Our wine is the white Gavi.

Celia Strong works at Bill’s Liquor & Fine Wines on Lady’s Island.

This week’s wine is a Gavi white wine made from the Cortese grape in the Italian Piedmont region. It comes in a very unique shaped bottle made with bright yellow glass from the Villa Sparina winery. Geographically, Gavi is a commune, or municipality, in the Piedmont Province of Allessandria. It is located about 62 miles southeast of Turin, the region’s capital. The area of Gavi was settled in Neolithic times, and, later, was most likely a Roman military outpost. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Gavi was captured by the Magyars and then the Saracens. The name “Gavi” supposedly comes from the name of a Saracen princess, Gavia or Gavina, who lived in a castle where the commune is located. (There is a legend about this princess. She fell deeply in love with one of her guards, but was told by her father, Clodimir, King of the Franks, that she could not marry beneath her class. The two lovers ran away, across the Alps into nearby Italy and, for a while, avoided capture by the King’s troops. But, one night, having drunk too much of the local wine, the young husband talked too much and the King’s men found them. But, their deep love for each other so impressed the King when he came to get them, that he forgave them, blessed their marriage and gave his daughter the town where they had been hiding. And Gavi was established. And the white wine of the town was made famous.) During the Middle Ages, Gavi was

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controlled by the Marquisses of Gavi, and, in 1202, it was sold to Genoa. During the First Genoese-Savoyard War, Gavi was attacked and fell under the control of French-Savoy troops for only 21 days. The Genoese took it back that quickly and decided to turn it into a fortress, building around the original castle. Eventually, the fortress became a penitentiary, and, later, a POW camp during World War II. Not much of the legend of poor Princess Gavia left. Gavi white wine is made from the Cortese grape. (There are other varieties grown in Gavi, including Garganega, Grenache, Barbera and Pinot Noir.) Besides in Gavi, small amounts of Cortese are also grown in the town of Asti. There is written documentation of this variety being planted in Piedmont vineyards in 1659. In 1870, ampelographers (grape studiers) P.P. DeMaria and Carlo Leardi noted that Cortese was widely planted in the Allessandria Province of Piedmont and that the variety was hardy and resistant to grape diseases, produced large crop yields and high quality wines. The grape has moderate acidity and light flavors. These wines are medium bodied with lime and other green fruit flavors. In cooler vintages, when the wines can be a bit overly acidic,

malolactic fermentation and some barrel aging can temper the aggressive acidity. Gavi wine is a favorite in nearby Genoa restaurants where it pairs well with local seafood. Cortese grapes make a couple of DOC wines and the Cortese di Gavi, the official name of this wine, a DOCG declared wine since 1998. These wines can come from 11 communes around Gavi, but wines made just from grapes grown in Gavi can be called Gavi di Gavi. Gavi wines made today are the same style as they were as long ago as 1876. Why mess with a good thing? And, finally, we get to our Gavi from the winery Villa Sparina. The winery was, in the 18th century, a farming estate built by the Marquis Franzoni of Genova. Like many successful Old World wineries, Sparina honors their past and traditions while also looking for innovations to move them, and future generations, forward. Villa Sparina owns about 250 acres, about 170 of them planted with indigenous Cortese and Barbera grapes. Their wines are known for their fresh flavors, balanced structure, harmony and recognizable flavors of their “terroire.” For our wine, in its yellow glass bottle with the funny shape, Villa Sparina grows the Cortese grapes in chalky, clay soil, in vineyards that are 800 to 1,000 feet above sea level. The vines are about 26 years old. The grapes are fermented in stainless steel, over three weeks, and malolactic fermentation is done to some of the wine. The wine is aged in its unique yellow bottle for three months. This Gavi is a pale, straw golden yellow color. It has floral aromas with hints of peaches. Then, there are pear and lemon flavors with good minerality — all full and rich flavors. I guess it should go well with seafood. So, our wine this week includes a legend of true love and a princess, and is made from a grape that we have never discussed before. It also has new, interesting flavors, just in time for the seafood we eat all summer. So let the yellow brick road lead you to Bill’s Liquor where Villa Sparina Gavi, with its specially shaped bottle in a unique bright yellow glass, is available for $15.99. Life is golden. Enjoy.

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dining guide

A listing of local restaurants in northern Beaufort County:Your resource for where to eat AGAVE MEXICAN GRILL: 1430 Ribaut Road, Port Royal; 843-379-0232; L.D. ALVIN ORD’S: 1514 Ribaut Road, Port Royal; 843-524-8222; L.D.

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ATHENIAN GARDENS: 950 Ribaut

Road, Beaufort; 379-9222; Greek; L.D.

RANCHO GRANDE MEXICAN RESTAURANT: 41-B Robert Smalls

Parkway, Beaufort, 322-9909. 136 Sea Island Parkway, Suite 4 & 6, Lady’s Island, 5240405.

RED ROOSTER CAFE: 1210 Ribaut Road, Beaufort; 379-2253; B.L.D. ROSIE O’GRADYS PUB: Suite 3,

BACK PORCH GRILL: 1 Landing Dr, Port Royal,; 525-9824; L.D.

Beaufort Town Center, Boundary Street; 843-379-7676 Irish-American cuisine; L.D.

BEAUFORT BREAD COMPANY:

RYAN’S FAMOUS PIZZA & SUBS:

102 Lady’s Island Shopping Center, Lady’s Island; 843-522-0213; B.L.

BELLA LUNA: 859 Sea Island Parkway,

St. Helena Island; 838-3188; Italian; B.L.D.

BERTOS GRILL TEX-MEX:

9 Market, Habersham Marketplace; Mexican; 644-1925; L.D.

BIG JOE’S BAR-B-Q: 760 Parris Island Gateway, Beaufort; 770-0711; L.D.

BLACKSTONE’S DELI & CAFE: 205

Scott St., Beaufort; 524-4330; B.L.

14 Savannah Highway, Shell Point Plaza, Beaufort; 379-3479; L.D.

Locals and tourists alike use the Dining Guide as a resource for eating out in Beaufort. Make your restaurant stand out by running your ad on this page! Highlight weekly specials or upcoming events. Contact Nikki at 843-321-8281 for more information.

BOONDOCKS RESTAURANT:

1760 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island; 838-0821; D.

BOUNDARY STREET CAFE: 1209

Boundary St., Suite C, Beaufort; 379-1811; B. L. Brunch.

BREAKWATER RESTAURANT & BAR: 203 Carteret St., Beaufort; 379-0052;

Upscale dining, tapas; D.

BRICKS ON BOUNDARY: 1420

Boundary St., Beaufort; 379-5232; L.D.

BURLAP: 2001 Boundary Street, Beaufort; B, L.

CAROLINA DOG & DELI: 968

Ribaut Road, Beaufort; 379-2122; L.

CAROLINA TAVERN: 1714 Ribaut Road, Port Royal; 379-5959; Wings, ribs, sports bar; L.D.

CAT ISLAND GRILL & PUB: 8

Waveland Ave., Cat Island; 524-4653; Steaks, seafood, pasta, burgers, more; L.D.

CITY JAVA & NEWS: 301 Carteret St.,

Beaufort; 379-JAVA (5282); Sandwiches, soups, muffins, desserts, coffee drinks,; B. L.

DOCKSIDE RESTAURANT: 71 Sea

Island Parkway, Lady’s Island, Beaufort; 5247433; Seafood; D.

THE DOG HOUSE: 381 Sea Island

Parkway, Lady’s Island Beaufort; 770-0013; L.

DUKE’S BBQ: 1509 Salem Road,

Beaufort; 379-4744; L.D.: Thursday and Friday only.

EMILY’S TAPAS BAR: 906 Port Republic St., Beaufort; 522.1866; D.

FAT PATTIES: 831 Parris Island

Gateway, Port Roya; 843-379-1500; L.D.

FILLIN’ STATION: 57 Sea Island

Parkway, Lady’s Island; 522-0230; L.D

FOOLISH FROG: 846 Sea Island

Parkway, St. Helena Island; 838-9300; L.D.

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SAKE HOUSE: 274 Robert Smalls

Parkway; Beaufort; 379-5888; Japanese; L.D.

SALTUS RIVER GRILL: 802 Bay St., Beaufort; 379-3474; Seafood, upscale; L.D. SAND DOLLAR TAVERN: 1634 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island; 838-3151; L.D. SGT. WHITE’S: 1908 Boundary St.;

Beaufort; 522-2029; Southern cooking; L.D.

SHRIMP SHACK: 1929 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island; 838-2962; L.

FUJI RESTAURANT: 97 Sea Island Parkway, Hamilton Village, Lady’s Island; 524-2662; Japanese steak house; L.D.

LOWCOUNTRY PRODUCE & CAFE: 302 Carteret St.; Beaufort; 3221900; B.L.

SMOKIN’ PLANKS BBQ: 914 Paris Ave., Port Royal; 843-522-0322; L.D.

FUMIKO SUSHI: 14 Savannah Highway, Beaufort; 524-0918; L.D.

LUTHER’S RARE & WELL DONE:

SO HOT MONGOLIAN GRILL:

GILLIGANS: 2601 Boundary St.,

MAGGIE’S PUB & EATERY: 17 Market, Habersham; 379-1719; L.D.

Beaufort; 838-9300; Seafood, steaks; L.D.

GRIFFIN MARKET: 403 Carteret St., Beaufort; 524-0240; Authentic Italian; L.D.

GOURMET ON WHEELS: 812-8870;

Healthy home-cooked meals delivered to your door weekly; D.

GREAT GARDENS CAFE: 3669 Trask Parkway, Beaufort; 521-1900; L.

GROUCHO’S DELI: 81 Sea Island Parkway, Beaufort; 524-4545; L.

HAROLD’S COUNTRY CLUB BAR & GRILL: Highway 17-A & Highway 21, Yemassee; 589-4360; Steaks, wings; L.D.

HEMINGWAY’S BISTRO: 920 Bay St., Beaufort; 521-4480; bar & grill; L.D.

HOUSE OF TOKYO: 330 Robert Smalls Parkway, Beaufort; 521-9011; L.D. JADE GARDEN: 2317 Boundary St.,

Beaufort; 522-8883; Chinese and Japanese cuisine; L.D.

JIMMY JOHN’S: 2015 Boundary St., Beaufort Town Center; 379-3009; Sub sandwiches; L.D.

JOHNSON CREEK TAVERN:

910 Bay St., Beaufort; 521-1888; L.D.

MAGNOLIA BAKERY CAFE: 703

Congress Street, Beaufort; 524-1961; B.L.

MARILYN’S LUNCH AT SOUTHERN SWEETS: 917 Bay St., Beaufort; 379-0798; Sandwiches, soups; L.

MARKETPLACE NEWS: 917 Bay St., Beaufort; 470-0188; Sandwich cafe; B.L. MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN: 111 Ribaut Road, Beaufort; 524-8766; L.D.

MIKKI’S: 1638 Paris Ave., Port Royal; 379-

4322; All-American Cuisine; B. L.D.

MOONDOGGIES CAFE: 930 10th

St., Port Royal; 522-1222; L.D.

MUCHO MARGARITS: 5 Sams Point

Road, Lady’s Island, 524-4001; Mexican; L.D.

OLD SCHOOL PIZZERIA: 1638

Paris Ave., Port Royal; 843-524-1995; L.D.

PALM & MOON BAGEL: 221 Scott

Lady’s Island; 522-0210; L.D.

SUSHI SAKANA: 860 Parris Island Gateway, Port Royal; 379-5300; L.D. SUWAN THAI: Paris Ave., Port Royal; 379-8383; Thai cuisine; L.D.

SUZARA’S KITCHEN: Newcastle Square, Beaufort; 379-2160; B, L.

SWEETGRASS: 100 Marine Drive, Dataw Island; 838-2151; L.D.

UPPER CRUST: 97 Sea Island Parkway, Lady’s Island; 521-1999; L.D.

WREN: 210 Carteret St., Beaufort; 5249463; Local seafood, steaks, pasta; L.D. YES! THAI INDEED: 1911 Boundary St., Beaufort; 986-1185; L.D.

379-0300; Italian, wood-fired pizzas; L.D.

PAPAYA THAI AND SUSHI: 1001

L.T.’s HOMECOOKED MEALS: Sea

PIACE PIZZA: 5-B Market, Habersham,

Island Parkway, Lady’s Island; 524-3122; L.

Beaufort; 379-3287; L.D.

LADY’S ISLAND COUNTRY CLUB: 139 Francis Marion Circle, Lady’s

PLUMS: 904 1/2 Bay St., Beaufort; 5251946; Sandwiches, seafood, live music;L.D.

LA NOPALERA: 1220 Ribaut Road,

Q ON BAY: 822 Bay St., Beaufort; 524-7771; Barbecue, Southern cooking;L.D.

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STEAMER: 168 Sea Island Parkway;

PANINI’S CAFE: 926 Bay St., Beaufort;

Boundary St., Beaufort; 379-9099; L.D.

Beaufort; 521-4882; Mexican; L.D.

SOUTHERN GRACES BISTRO:

809 Port Republic St., at The Beaufort Inn, Beaufort; 379-0555; L.D.

St., Beaufort; 379-9300; B.L.

2141 Sea Island Parkway, Harbor Island; 838-4166; L.D.

Island; 522-9700; L.D.

2121 Boundary Street, Suite 103, Beaufort Town Center, Beaufort; 843-379-5559; L.D.

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Stay busy and entertained with themed crossword puzzles and Sudoku THEME: FAMOUS INVENTORS ACROSS 1. Bodily lumps 6. Be in the red 9. Flexible mineral 13. Unusual or eccentric 14. Pen ___ 15. *National _____ of Science, awarded inventors 16. “Holberg Suite” composer 17. Put to work 18. Do penance 19. *Denim pants inventor 21. *Ford’s assembly line product 23. ___ 7, 1941 24. Blondie’s hit “The ____ Is High” 25. “Just kidding!” 28. *Richard ____, inventor of Scotch Tape 30. *Inventor of engine of same name 35. Crude group 37. Seed coat 39. Accent mark 40. “Good” to Sophia Loren 41. Betty Page, e.g. 43. To defeat decisively 44. Grind down 46. Largest volcano in Europe 47. Write on tombstone, e.g. 48. City on the Rio Grande 50. Hideous 52. Get the picture 53. Shakespeare’s metrical unit 55. Sushi restaurant staple 57. Morally pure 60. *Tactile writing inventor 64. Domenikos Theotokopoulos, a.k.a. El _____ 65. Wade’s opponent 67. Remained firm 68. European finch 69. DNA transmitter 70. Not these 71. Dumbfounded 72. Japanese capital 73. Red Sea nation

DOWN 1. Wheel teeth 2. Nomad’s round house 3. Affect emotionally 4. *Now found on the invention by Dunlop 5. Proceeded without pause 6. “Moonlight Sonata,” e.g. 7. Singular past tense of “be” 8. Fragrant resin 9. Dole out 10. Object of worship 11. Not in optimist’s vocabulary? 12. Draft pick 15. Conquered the Everest, e.g. 20. Junk yard stuff 22. 1, e.g. 24. Washer/dryer unit 25. *Dynamite inventor 26. “Carmen,” e.g. 27. Luciano Pavarotti, e.g. 29. U.S. city and lake 31. De Valera’s land 32. Gambling choice, pl. 33. Bring out 34. River in Hades 36. Surrender territory 38. *Cousteau’s aqua-____ 42. More pale 45. *Motion-picture camera inventor 49. Granola grain 51. Possible adjective for bread 54. Like Christmas 56. Quality of many a ballerina 57. Captain and his party 58. Not there 59. *a.k.a. LSD, invented by Albert Hofmann 60. Chili seed 61. Rumpelstiltskin machine 62. Eminem’s hit “____ Yourself ” 63. “I Dream of Jeannie” star 64. Fed. property manager 66. Two halves

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obituaries Orval Carr

Orval Franklin (Dickie) Carr, 64, of Yemassee, SC, died Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at his residence. The family received friends on Friday, February 28, 2014 from 5-7 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home. Graveside funeral services were held on Monday, March 3, 2014 at 11 a.m. at Beaufort National Cemetery with full military honors, a reception followed at AmVets in Port Royal, SC. Mr. Carr was born on August 7, 1949 in Ward, West Virginia. He is the son of the late Luther Carr and Roberta Bostick Carr. Dickie served our country in the USMC, where he retired. He was a life member of the VFW and AmVets. Surviving are two sisters, Kay Purvis of Beaufort, SC and Ruby McConnell of Ohio; two brothers, Tommy and Sam Carr, both of Ohio. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to the Disabled American Veterans, 702 Battery Creek Road, Beaufort, SC 29902. Anderson Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the family.

Loring Charles Covington

Loring Charles Covington passed away on March 11, 2014 at age 81. He was born in Savannah, GA on August 24, 1932, and moved to Beaufort, SC, where he attended Beaufort schools. He graduated from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, with a double major. Charles received his MBA from the University of Wisconsin and was a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, an international honor society. He was employed by Kimberly-Clark Corporation for 29 years and retired as the Director of Administration in Roswell, GA. Charles served in the U.S. Air Force for four years as a pilot with the rank of captain. He was a member of Mt. Paran North Church of God where he was an Elder and Elder Emeritus as well as a member of the Missions Board for over 20 years. Charles was a member of the International Water Lily and Water Garden Society and also served as administrative manager; he was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, Capt. John Collins Chapter, The Huguenot Society of South Carolina and the Cobb County Community Emergency Response Team (CERTS). He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Shirley Ann; son, David Covington of Rockmart, Georgia; daughter, Leigh Ann Jenkins; son-in-law, Chris Jenkins; and three grandsons: David, twins Nathan and Ryan Jenkins of Signal Mountain, Tennessee. A graveside service was held at St.

Helena Cemetery at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 16, 2014. Anderson Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the family.

Nils Dahl

Nils J. Dahl, of Dataw Island, South Carolina, age 84, died peacefully March 11, 2014 with his family by his side after a brief period of declining health. Born and raised in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, he graduated from Brooklyn Prep (’47) and Georgetown University (’51) and then honorably served as a First Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corp. He began his career as a salesman with Celanese Corporation before joining Crystal Thermoplastics in Cumberland, Rhode Island where he was president and co-owner. He was known in his industry for his wit, good humor and fair dealings. A banker once commented to his son, “your dad is a pain to deal with, but he’s also one of our favorite clients.” Nils loved sports and was an avid tennis, paddle tennis and golfer in Barrington, R.I., where he made a holein-one on each of the par three’s at RICC. After 37 years in Rhode Island he made golf his passion while living in the South Carolina Lowcountry for another 18 years. While they gave it their best efforts, none of his children were ever able to beat Nils at tennis or golf. Nils was a devoted husband of 59 wonderful years to Joan Flaherty Dahl and loving father to five children: Gregory Dahl (Halina) of Wilbraham, MA; Patricia Dahl of New York, NY; John Dahl (Kimberly) of Spring, TX; Norena Howard (Terrence) of Fairfield, CT and Nils Dahl (Christine) of Southport, CT; nine grandchildren: Stacie Routt (Travis), JoDe Hollis (Cory), Nils Dahl, Nathan Dahl, Catherine Howard, Joseph Dahl, Matthew Howard, Gabrielle Howard and Carolyn “Andie” Dahl. Family was everything to Nils; he was also the doting younger brother to his beloved sisters, Kathyleen “Kay” O’Leary and Norena “Cissie” Dahl who preceded him, and Norma “Nonie” Melvin of Southbury, CT who survives him, as well as his 13 nephews and nieces. He will be remembered by all for his boisterous laugh and his witty storytelling. A memorial mass was celebrated at 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 14, 2014 at St. Peter’s Catholic Church on Lady’s Island. The family suggests memorials take the form of donations to Beaufort Memorial Hospital or The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration (eyedonation.org). Anderson Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the family. Mon-Fri 10:30 AM-2:30 PM lunch 4:30 PM-9:30 PM dinner Sat. 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM 4:30PM - 9:30 PM Closed on Sunday

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James Daise

James Daise, 55, of the Frogmore community on St. Helena Island and son of Joe and Irene Pope Daise, died Thursday, March 13, 2014 at the Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Arrangements by Chisholm Galloway Home for Funerals.

Phylicia Garry

Phylicia “Pumpkin” Anaya Garry, 2, of Burton and daughter of Elizabeth Eileen Eason of Burton and Derrell Brenden Garry of St. Helena Island, died Thursday, March 6, 2014 at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. Viewing was held March 11 from 4-7 p.m. in Helen Galloway’s Memorial Chapel of Chisholm Galloway Home for Funerals. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 13, 2014 at Charity Inspirational Church of God in Christ, 1706 Old Shell Road, in Port Royal. Burial was in the Bahia’ Cemetery on St. Helena Island. Arrangements by Chisholm Galloway Home for Funerals.

Ethel Jenkins

Ethel Ancrum Washington Jenkins, 90, of the Fripp Point community on St. Helena Island and widow of Andrew Washington, Sr. and William Buster Jenkins died Thursday, February 20, 2014 at the home of her daughter. A wake service was held Thursday, February 27, 2014 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Scottsville Baptist Church, 110 Olde Church Road, St. Helena Island. Funeral services were at noon Friday, February 28, 2014 at Bethesda Christian Fellowship, 32 Martin Luther King Drive, St. Helena Island, SC. There was no viewing after the eulogy. Burial was in the Beaufort National Cemetery. Arrangements by Chisholm Galloway Home for Funerals.

Frances Woods Montcalm

Frances Woods Montcalm, 88, of St. Helena Island, SC, died Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at her nephew’s residence. The family received friends on Friday, February 28, 2014 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home. Funeral services were held on Saturday, March 1, 2014 in Carl Anderson Memorial Chapel with interment in Beaufort Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Montcalm was born on August 20, 1925, on McTeer Farms in Grays Hill, SC. She is the daughter of the late Henry M. Woods and Elsie W. Woods. She was a member of The Baptist Church of Beaufort. After graduating Beaufort High School in 1942, she worked at the Taylor Shop on Parris Island. She also worked at the Naval Shipyard in Charleston, SC as a welder. She managed her father’s store, Woods Grocery on St. Helena Island for 25 years, now known as Boonedocks Restaurant. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Montcalm and her baby sister, Fostine Gay. Surviving are three sisters, Gloria W. Lightsey of Beaufort, SC; Doris W. Small Gainesville, GA and Maxine W. Griffin

of Wahala, SC; (caregivers) nephew, Michael S. Gay, wife Cindy; Cara Russell and Debbie Anderson; numerous other nieces and nephews, Linda, Larry, Tommy, Barbara, Susan, Sarah and Cassie. The family suggests that donations be made to Hospice Care of America, 1800 Paris Ave., Port Royal, SC 29935. Anderson Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the family.

Melvin Mungin

Melvin “Mel” Mungin, 67, formerly of St. Helena Island and husband of Sarah Green Mungin, died Friday, March 14, 2014 in Alegent Midlands Hospital in Papillion, Nebraska. Arrangements by Chisholm Galloway Home for Funerals.

Lottie Carolyn Summerall

Lottie Carolyn Summerall, 86, of St. Helena Island, SC, beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, aunt, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Sunday morning, February 23, 2014 at Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Carolyn was born at home to John Austin Jones and Sallie Sue Hayes Jones on September 24, 1927 in Lewisburg, Tenn. and was raised in Lewisburg and Tullahoma, Tenn. On February 17, 1945 she married Odis Crawford Summerall in Beaufort, SC and she worked for many years for the S.C Forestry Commission, retiring in 1972. Carolyn was also an accomplished homemaker, seamstress, cook and gardener and she never met a dog or cat that she didn’t love. In her last years she very much enjoyed watching the birds on the feeders outside of her sun room. She was preceded in death by her husband Odis in 1977, her brother Carl Allen Jones in 1989, her sister Flora Sue Lankas in 2003 and her sister Catherine Leona Collins in 2004. Carolyn is survived by three sons, David B. Summerall (Linda) of Frogmore, SC, John C. Summerall (Sharon) of Okatie, SC, and Timothy A. Summerall of Beaufort; three daughters: Cathleen S. Murphy (Frank) of Beaufort, Susan C. Summerall of Beaufort, and Barbara S. Fraley (Dennis) of Lake City, SC; a niece, Carmelita J. Hair ( J.A.) of John’s Island, SC; and a nephew, William G. Lankas (Carolyn) of Sneads Ferry, NC. She is also survived by nine grandchildren: Suzette Mujica Grice (Tommy) of Mobile, Al; Scott Mujica (Sissy) of Beaufort, Christopher Polk (Rebecca) of Beaufort, Travis Polk of Beaufort, Craig Summerall (Gini) of Lexington, SC, Amellia Summerall Applegate of Beaufort, David Summerall of Dandridge, TN, Williams Summerall and Wesley Summerall both of Columbia, SC, and ten great grandchildren, Eric, Corey & Isabelle Mujica of Beaufort, Daniel Grice of Mobile, Al, James, Eliza & Emma Polk and Brody Applegate, all of Beaufort, and Gray and McFall Summerall of Lexington, SC. A private memorial service was held at the Beaufort National Cemetery on Friday February 28, 2014. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Beaufort Memorial Hospital Foundation, PO Box 2233, Beaufort, SC. Anderson Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of arrangements.


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A family that plays together By Tracie Korol

When we watch a litter of puppies play we can be convinced that play is a natural behavior. But I’m sure you’ve met some dogs that don’t play well or that don’t seem interested play at all. How can this be? For starters, dog-dog play is different than dog-human play. While puppies naturally know how to play with other puppies, they have to learn how to play with their people as a part of their socialization. Dogs that don’t have this opportunity in their critical formative weeks may not have any idea how to engage their humans in play, and play is one of the elements that strengthen the dog-human bond. As odd as it may sound, the dogs that do not learn how to play with their people are often the same ones that end up in shelters because the social contract — the one that says a dog deserves a lifelong loving home — has been broken, usually by his human. Unfortunately, some people have a severely limited idea of what constitutes dog play. If your dog won’t fetch the ball, you might think your dog doesn’t know how to do the dog thing. How many of us have thrown the ball for our Best Friend to have him turn around with a condescending look of “What!?”. While Tucker, my lab, would retrieve until the moon came out, his housemate Bea would give me her version of “nice throw” and walk away. She preferred a

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touch-and-run game we called Scream the Beagle. Many dogs love running games, chasing games, digging activities and tug-play. But don’t stop there. Everyone has fun teaching dogs tricks and the list is endless: Roll Over, Take a Bow, Say Your Prayers or the Commando Crawl. My dad taught all of our dogs “Wait For It” with tiny pieces of kielbasa balanced on their noses. If your dog won’t play one game with you, change your approach. Certainly, Scream the Beagle was not a game I learned about in a book. It developed over time by responding appropriately to cues from the Bea. If you’re patient, understanding and willing to look a bit foolish, you can help your play-deprived dog learn how to get in some kind of game. Here are some mistakes we might make in trying to convince a party-poop dog to play: • Too much intensity — pressure to perform turns the dog off. • Shoving a toy at his face to get him

to play with it. • Becoming too excited, and frightening the dog just as he begins to show interest. • Giving up on the dog. If he declines to participate, try another and another until you find a game he likes. • Failing to recognize and reinforce inbred play behavior, such as the bounce in his step, flip of the head, the play bow, a momentary reaching for a toy, or reach with a paw. • Relying on food as the only reward in learning how to play. A reinforcer is anything your dog wants — a squeak, a run, or your attention. • Not ending the session soon enough. You want to leave your dog wanting more! Some activities aren’t appropriate for particular dogs because the games are

too arousing, physically risky, or they reinforce inappropriate behaviors. If you don’t allow your dog on the furniture, or if he is low to the ground (think daschund), then jumping on and off the couch is not a good idea. Some humans insist on playing inappropriately, and it’s your job as your dog’s protector to prevent them from having access to your Best Friend. If your brother-in-law’s idea of dog-play is to encourage play biting or body slamming, then you have to step in. Plus, you can’t expect your dog to play with humans he doesn’t care for. If he dislikes children or is frightened by men with beards, it’s unfair to expect him to play with the Abe Lincoln look-alike next door. Play is not something a dog outgrows but rather an activity keenly pursued throughout their lives. Unhealthy and unhappy dogs do not play, so play serves as a barometer of well being, indicating that a dog is well fed, in good health, and content. Like humans, dogs do not play when they’re sad or distressed. If they simply do not enjoy playing anything, they should be carefully scrutinized to make sure all is well in their lives. Who should play? Everyone.

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what to do Church to hold service Tuesdays during Lent

The Parish Church of St. Helena will sponsor a Lenten service each Tuesday during Lent. The service begins at noon in the Parish Hall, 507 Newcastle St., followed by a lecture by guest speaker Alan Runyan and a light lunch. Visitors to Beaufort and members of the community are cordially invited. The program is free, with a small donation. A nursery is available by reservation; call Roz Dixon at 522-1712, ext. 220. The lecture series focuses on the events surrounding the capture, trial and execution of Jesus Christ. The lecture series schedule is: March 25: “The Roman Trial”; April 1: “The Cross: Where Justice...”; April 8: “The Cross: Met Mercy.”

Island Quilters have Plaza Stadium Theater Sea Demonstration Night Friday 3/21 - Thursday 3/27

Mr. Peabody and Sherman 2D “PG” 2:00-4:10-7:00-9:00 Single Mom’s Club “PG13” 2:00-4:15-7:00-9:15 300 Rise of Empire “R” 2:00-4:10-7:00-9:10 Muppets Most Wanted “PG” 2:00-4:10-7:00-9:10 Divergent “PG13” 1:30-4:15-7:00-9:40

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United Hospice holding Camp Cocoon for kids

The United Hospice Foundation is hosting a Children’s Bereavement, Camp Cocoon of Coastal South. Camp Cocoon is for any child ages 7-17 who has experienced the heartache of a loved one’s death. The camp is a setting where children can be surrounded by love, compassion and understanding. The camp will be Saturday, March 22, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sergeant Jasper State Park in Hardeeville. For more information, contact United Hospice of Beaufort at 843-522-0476 or visit www.unitedhospicefoundation.org.

Golf tourney benefits search and rescue squads

Beaufort Water Search and Rescue and Fripp Island Sea Rescue will have their 11th Annual St. Patty’s Golf Tournament on Saturday, March 22 at Ocean Creek Golf Course, Fripp Island. This is the only fundraiser for the non-profit, all-volunteer rescue squads that work with local, state and federal emergency agencies to coordinate quick responses at all hours of the day and night. In a typical year, a combined 80 volunteers respond to 150 to 200 callouts and expend 3,000 to 3,500 man hours. The rescue squads are seeking hole sponsors, personal sponsors, teams and donations of prizes and silent auction items. Registration for the tournament begins at 9 a.m., and the start is 10 a.m. It is a four-person, captain’s choice format and $75 per player. The fee includes the tournament fee, cart, range balls, prizes and lunch. Hole-in-one prizes are a new boat donated by Barrier Island Marine and a golf cart by E-ZGO. Donations can be sent to Fripp Island Sea Rescue, Attn: Bob Bicknell, 364 Wahoo, Fripp Island, SC, 29920. For more information, contact Bob Bicknell at 843-838-9876.

New archaeology group organizing in Beaufort

The Archaeology Society of South Carolina Beaufort continues its organization path. Because there are many people north of the Broad River who are interested in archaeology, there will be a meeting, Monday, March 24 in the Children’s Programming Room at the Beaufort library on Scott Street at noon. Guest speaker will be Dr. Eric Poplin, Senior Archaeologist of Brockington and Associates, SC. His talk will include

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information about the Altamaha town, located in Beaufort County. The tentative plans for the new chapter include four quarterly meeting in a public venue. There will be opportunities for field trips and participation in regional archaeological digs. Meetings are free and open to the public; however, membership is encouraged. For more information, contact Mary Lou Brewton at maryloubrew@aol.com.

Get ready for Cleaning For A Reason week

Cleaning For A Reason week is to help create awareness of Merry Maid’s foundation and shine a light on the importance of a clean home to a cancer patient. You can participate by asking your mayor or governor to declare April 18-24 as Cleaning For A Reason week in your city or state. Also, short-sleeve pink T-shirts will be on sale for $10 and crew neck sweat-shirts for $12! Contact Lulynn at info@cleaningforareason.org to order before March 31.

Beaufort Beauties strut the runway for charity

Join Main Street Beaufort, USA, as seven local men put their best “heel” forward, dress as women, and compete in a beauty pageant to raise money for four local charities. This fun event will be held at The Shed of Port Royal on Saturday, March 29, at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds from the fundraising efforts, ticket sales, and all of the event’s proceeds will be donated to Main Street Beaufort, USA, Dragon Boat Beaufort, Lowcountry Habitat for Humanity, and Healing Heroes of the Lowcountry Fund. Ticket holders will be entertained with an opening number, talent and evening gown competitions, and Q&A with judges Nan Sutton, Holly Jahn, Rep. Shannon Erickson, Kevin Cuppia and Scott Dadson. This year’s contestants are: Joe Feus, Moe’s Southwest Grill; Greg Rawls, Dragon Boat Beaufort; Kyle Warren, Rapid Refill; Danny Williams, Lady’s IslandSt. Helena Fire District; Joel Garrett, 94.5 The Coast; Christopher Geier, Attorney at Law; and Justin Lane, Lady’s Island-St. Helena Fire District. Tickets can be purchased from Main Street Beaufort at 843-525-6644 or 101 West Street Extension at $35 each. For more information, call 843-525-6644 or email director@downtownbeaufort.com.

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The Sea Island Quilters will meet on Thursday, March 20, at Praise Assembly of God, 800 Parris Island Gateway, 6 p.m. This meeting is Demonstration Night, all are welcomed. For details, call program chairperson Debi Bacon at 757-3416.

SAR to hold first quarterly meeting of year

The Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will hold its first Quarterly Meeting of the year on Friday, March 21 at 11:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn Albergotti Grill on 225 Boundary Street in Beaufort. The program for the luncheon meeting will include presentations by chapter compatriots Pete Dickerson and Tom Wilson about their patriot ancestors. In addition, the chapter will present Mr. Jake Giametteo with the Bronze Good Citizenship Certificate and Medal. Members and guests and SAR members visiting Beaufort are encouraged to make reservations by calling Registrar Claude Dinkins at 843-524-8034, or President Mike Keyserling 843-322-0299.

COSY will conduct monthly training

Thursday, March 20, the Collaborative Organization for Services for Youth (COSY) will conduct their monthly training from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the USCB Center for the Arts Auditorium on Carteret Street, Beaufort. March’s training will focus on the evidence-based practice for children and youth with autism. Those who attend will be given an overview of autism and be introduced to the evidencebased practice. Two Social Work CEU’s (continuing education units) are approved for this training by the South Carolina Governor’s Office. All COSY trainings are free and open to the public, but you must register. Please call 843-521-3150 or email psettles@uscb.edu to reserve your seat.

Women’s group to meet, have OLLI guest speaker

The Beaufort Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will meet on Tuesday, March 25, at 6 p.m. in Building 23 on the TCL campus. The guest speaker will be Andrea Sisino, Director of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). They urge all members to attend and bring a friend, and also invite new members to join the group, which works to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research. For details contact Dr. Diana Steele at 522-2796 or steele.diana@comcast.net.

Helena House has free community health fair

A community health fair will be held on Wednesday, March 26, from 9 a.m. to noon at Helena House Assisted Living in Port Royal. A variety of complimentary and low cost health screenings will be offered including blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol and PSA, balance & fall assessments and more. A complimentary breakfast buffet will be provided for all. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 843-252-3001 or e-mail rewing@alcco.com.

upcoming events at the libraries Storytimes with Miss Kathleen: Join Miss Kathleen for songs and stories you will love singing and dancing to! • For children ages 2-4 years and their adult caregiver: Every Monday in March and April from 4 to 4:45 p.m. • For children ages 5-6 years and their adult caregiver: Every Tuesday in March and April from 4 to 4:45 p.m. Activity Room, St. Helena Library. Family Literacy Night: Join us for activities and fun for the family that will help to build the love of reading and to improve literacy skills. • Wednesday, April 16, 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. St. Helena Branch Library Activity Room, 6355 Jonathan Francis Sr. Road. Contact 843-255-6558 or email kmcteer@bcgov.net. Spring Gardening Workshop with Laura Lee Rose: Master Gardener Laura Lee Rose will be offering a series of gardening workshops at the Beaufort Branch Library. Here’s the schedule: • Monday, March 24 at 2 p.m.: Shade and Groundcovers • Monday, March 31 at 2 p.m.: Landscaping with native plants The Beaufort Branch Library is located at 311 Scott Street, Beaufort. Workshops are free and open for everyone. Please call Stacey Edmonds at 843-255-6458, or email sinman@bcgov.net to register. GraphiCon: Do you like comics and anime? Come to this all day event which highlights the medium of Sequential Art with drawing workshops, cosplay contests, movie showings, and other funfilled geeky entertainment! Open to all ages on Saturday, March 29, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. Helena Branch Library, 6355 Jonathan Francis Sr. Road, St. Helena Island, SC 29920. Contact: 843-255-6547, mflorencio@bcgov.net. 30 Going On 13: You’re never too old to enjoy a fab teen read! Adults, revisit your teen years one novel at a time. The group will kick off with the “Divergent” trilogy by Veronica Roth. In a future Chicago, 16-year-old Beatrice Prior must choose among five predetermined factions to define her identity for the rest of her life, a decision made more difficult when she discovers that she is an anomaly who does not fit into any one group, and that the society she lives in is not perfect after all. We will be discussing all three books in the series: “Divergent,” “Insurgent” and “Allegiant.” This program is intended for adult readers. Tuesday, March 25 from noon to 1 p.m. or Wednesday, March 26, from 6 to 7 p.m. — same book, two different discussion groups. Beaufort Branch Library, 311 Scott St., Beaufort. Contact: 843-255-6678, acox@bcgov.net. “You Haiku Beaufort County”: April is National Poetry Month and the Beaufort County Library is encouraging everyone to help celebrate. Starting April 1 and continuing through April 30, all ages are invited to create a haiku that celebrates Beaufort County, and submit it online at beaufortcountylibrary.org/haiku. For those new to haiku, instructions will be available. Browse other submissions and learn about the history of this brief and beautiful form of poetry. Contact: 843255-6431 or tcox@bcgov.net. Digital Preservation with Grace: Beaufort District Collection Manager Grace Cordial offers practical tips and suggestions to empower you to preserve your digital photographs for your children and grandchildren to treasure. Ages 12 to adults. Thursday, May 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. Helena Branch Library, 6355 Jonathan Francis Senior Road. Contact: 843-255-6468 or gracec@bcgov.net.


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Local clubs celebrate national Boys & Girls Club week The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry will open their doors to the community March 24-29 in celebration of national Boys & Girls Club of America Week. This year’s theme is “Open the Door, Take a Tour.” As part of national Boys & Girls Clubs of America Week, the local clubs that make up Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry including Beaufort, Bluffton, Hilton Head, Jasper and Sheldon, will host special events for their members, parents and the community. “Come take a tour, participate in our free and fun events and see for yourself how our Lowcountry Boys & Girls Clubs are impacting our youth,” says Chris Protz, Chief Professional Officer of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry. National Boys & Girls Club of America Week is a time for the 4,000 clubs nationwide to open their doors and show their communities how Great Futures begin. The Boys & Girls Clubs of America provide young people hope and opportunity, a safe place to learn and grow, life-enhancing programs, character-building

experiences and the chance to develop relationships with caring and professional adults. There are Boys & Girls Clubs in Beaufort, Bluffton, Hilton Head, Jasper County and Sheldon. Find out all the details about each club’s events for national Boys & Girls Clubs of America Week, March 24-28 by visiting www. bcglowcountry.org. The most notable local activities include: • Sheldon Club, 21 Agnes Major Road, Sheldon.

On Wednesday, March 26, 4 p.m., the club will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a clean-up of the club and surrounding highway. Special guests will include the late Russ Epker’s wife, Ann Percival. Russ Epker was instrumental in starting the Sheldon Club. Contact Debry Thompson at 843-846-9911. • Beaufort Club, 1100 Boundary St., Beaufort: Thursday, March 27, 4:30 p.m., the club’s Martial Arts Program will have an exhibition for club members and parents. There have been participating members who have completely changed their behavior, grades in school, etc. because of their participation in this program. Contact Anthony Murray at 843-986-5437. • Jasper Club, 913 Grays Highway, Ridgeland: Tuesday, March 25, 4-7 p.m. The Jasper Club will host a “Night of Art” where the club will be transformed into an art gallery for family members, teachers and community leaders to visit. Thursday, March 27, 4:30 p.m. the Jasper Club will “open the door to healthy lifestyles” as it hosts a Zumba party for members, friends and guests. All age groups included. Contact Anne Walker at 843-717-1615.

Port Royal to hold 11th annual Soft Shell Crab Festival The 11th annual Soft Shell Crab Festival is scheduled for April 19, 2014, from noon to 5 p.m., along Paris Avenue in Port Royal, SC. Free admission. Spring is the time for soft shell crabs and the Old Village in Port Royal is the place to get them in any form imaginable. The opportunity for soft shell crab is quick. It only comes once a year and the 11th annual Soft Shell Crab Festival is the chance to savor these delicacies. Local restaurants will serve up varieties of soft shell crab in

clever variations. If crab isn’t your thing, barbecue, burgers, ice cream, other seafood and more also will be available. Organizers expect food vendors, artists and crafters lined up on Paris Avenue. Children’s activities, live music and entertainment for individuals of all ages. Once again, a classic car show will feature dozens of old-school vehicles. The festival will also feature the annual crab race where approximately 5,000 rubber crabs are “adopted”

by festival attendees for $10 each. The crab will be dropped into Battery Creek at 5 p.m. and the owner of the crab to cross the finish line at the Observation Deck will receive a $2,000 cash prize. Additional cash prizes will be awarded for the second to 10th crab finishers. For more information and to adopt a crab, go to www.PortRoyalCrabRace.com. Visit www.oldvillageportroyal.com or call 843-5921892 for more information.

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Beaufort named “America’s Happiest Seaside Town.” see page 3

New column teaches some helpful, basic yoga poses. see page 4

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Sanford wins 1st Congressional seat Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford was chosen by voters to fill the U.S. House of Representatives, District 1, seat in the special general election held Tuesday, May 7. Unofficial results, with all five counties reporting, show the Republican Sanford at 54 percent

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over his opponent Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch. In Beaufort County, Sanford collected about 53 percent, with Colbert Busch at nearly 47 percent. With all 80 precincts reporting, voter turnout was deemed high by election officials at 33 percent. Sanford beat out 15 other

candidates in the primary to represent the Republican Party in his first return to politics since he resigned as governor in 2009. He previously served as the First Congressional District representative from 1995-2001. Sanford grew up in Beaufort and his family still lives in the area.

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News Health Social Diary Sports School Lunch Bunch Wine Dine Guide Obituaries Games Pets Events Directory Classified

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Robert G. Vyge, MD

M. Randy Dalbow, MD

Philip Cusumano, MD, FACP

Philip Cusumano, MD, FACP, M. Randy Dalbow, MD, and Robert G. Vyge, MD, all board-certified in internal medicine, are accepting new patients at Beaufort Memorial Lady’s Island Internal Medicine—now in its new location at 117 Sea Island Parkway. Beaufort Memorial Lady's Island Internal Medicine provides a full range of general adult outpatient medical care, from diagnosis and treatment to case management and total coordination of care across the life spectrum.

Call 843-522-7240 to schedule an appointment.

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117 Sea Island Parkway, Lady’s Island

Eric Gearhart, PA-C A retired Navy officer with 26 years of service, board-certified physician assistant Eric Gearhart most recently worked at Beaufort Family Care. He was a former Battalion Medical Officer for 1st, 3rd and 4th Battalion's at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island and served as Department Head of Family Medicine at Beaufort Naval Hospital.

Lady's Island Internal Medicine accepts most major medical health insurance plans, including commercial insurance, Medicare and Tricare.


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