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to Benefit Boys and Girls Club of the Lowcountry by Wendy Pollitzer The Shindig at the Shack is quickly approaching, and it’s time to purchase your tickets Beaufort! You’ll be entertained by the tunes of Souls Harbor and fed by the talented chefs from Saltus at this one-of-a-kind event, especially designed by Katie Huebel of WED on Saturday, November 6 from 7pm-11pm at the Coosaw Point Crab Shack.

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The fundraiser is brought to you by Get Fit and will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of the Lowcountry. Jered Kraszewski, President of Get Fit and creator of the FIT FUND explains the 7 fundamentals and acronym of the FIT FUND, “It’s based on Fitness, Integrity, Tolerance, Focus, Unity, Nutrition and Determination.” The FIT FUNDwas established to raise awareness of uth childhood obesity and create a scholarship for area youth currently attending the Boys and Girls Club of the Lowcountry. All proceeds will support the implementation of the FIT FUND in cooperation with the Boys and Girls Club of the Lowcountry. Their funding has been drastically cut nationwide; and recently, their program on Lady’s Island closed,” says Kraszewski. “I established the FIT FUND, because every child deserves the opportunity to live a healthy, productive, and

PROFILE Dr. Mark Newberry happy life. With the help of this scholarship program, we can have an immediate, positive impact in the Beaufort community. These children don’t choose to be born into poverty; the FIT FUND can break the cycle.” Childhood obesity has tripled since 1980; and in children ages 6-18, one child in five is obese. The numbers are higher in low-income communities. The US spends $225 Billion annually in obesity-related costs. “Countries that have implemented subsidized fitness SHINDIG continued on page 5

Beaufort High Alumni Receive Citadel Rings These young men graduated from Beaufort High School and they are all now proud seniors at The Citadel. On October 8th, due to all their hard work and accomplishments, they received their class rings.  This ring symbolizes the history and traditions of both the Corps of Cadets and the state of South Carolina.

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News Ashley Cooper visits with Beaufort area volunteers Democratic candidate for Lt. Governor Party regional field organizer for Ashley Cooper was the special guest Beaufort, Jasper and Hampton for a volunteer appreciation event County. “We’re energized and  ready at the Beaufort County Democratic to get out the vote for  outstanding Party headquarters on Boundary candidates like Ashley Cooper.” Street last week.  The  Charleston A graduate of Clemson native - and the only University  and  the Lowcountry resident University of South currently a candidate Carolina School for  statewide office of Law,  Cooper -  spent some time served as Legislative discussing the Director and race and  thanking Counsel to v o l u n t e e r s former Sen. Fritz like Beaufort Hollings and is an resident Don Ashley Cooper and Sister Mary attorney  specializing Hodsdon,  pictured Trzasko on her Birthday in energy issues. here with Cooper. The Cooper been endorsed event coincided with BCDP Canvass/ by the Conservation Voters of South Voter Registration Manager Sr. Mary Carolina and the SC Education Trzasko’s birthday so Cooper had the Association and will face Republican opportunity to join in that celebration. Florence County Councilman Ken Ard in the Nov. 2 general election. “We currently have more  over 130 For more information on volunteers in northern Beaufort Cooper, go to www.cooperforsc. County and  another 90 in southern com. To volunteer, call Young Beaufort County, knocking on at 843.379.3547 or stop by the doors and making over 1000 calls a BCDP  office at 1812 Boundary day,” said Beth Young, Democratic Street.

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88-Year Old Respected Female Legislator Takes Stand Harriet Keyserling urges women to vote for “Agenda over Gender” and support Sheheen Dismayed by Nikki Haley’s lackluster performance in the S.C. House of Representatives, one of South Carolina’s early female legislators,eighty-eightyear-old Harriet Keyserling, is blogging in support of Vincent Sheheen for S.C. Governor in 2010. E i g ht y - e i g ht - ye a r- ol d Ha r r i e t Keyserling was the first woman from Beaufort to be elected to the South Carolina State Legislature, serving in the South Carolina House of Representatives from 1977 to 1993. When Nikki Haley was running for the S.C. House of Representatives six years ago, Keyserling was part of a committee that was backing her. Now dismayed by Haley’s voting record in the S.C. House, Keyserling-known for her political support of education and environmental issues--has teamed with Madeleine McGee, a member of Sullivan’s Island Town Council; and with Kit Smith, longtimemember of Richland County Council, to form “Women for Sheheen,” a grassroots organization opposing

Harriet Keyserling-Her autobiography, Against the Tide: One Woman’s Political Struggle, was published in 1998 by the University of South Carolina Press.

Haley and supporting the election of Vincent Sheheen as governor of South Carolina. As supporters across the state-including an increasing number of Republicans--join Women for Sheheen, Haley’s lead has dropped from 17 to 5 points: and the momentum is with Sheheen. Keyserling’s website, “Agenda over Gender” (www.womenforsheheen.

com <http://www.womenforsheheen. com>), includes an open letter on behalf of the “bi-partisan group of women” in favor of preventing Nikki Haley from taking her “ineffective” politics to the Governor’s Mansion. The letter http://womenforsheheen. com/?page_id=2 , which has been signed by more than 600 women, details Haley’s support of funding cuts for education, cultural agencies, and health services; and it contrasts Haley’s political agenda--including the elimination of corporate taxes in favor of reinstating the tax on food--with Vincent Sheheen’s work to create bipartisan reform groups. For additional information, connect with more than 1000 supporters of Women for Sheheen on facebook (www.facebook.com/ womenforsheheen http://www. facebook.com/womenforsheheen), or go to www.womenforsheheen.com http://www.womenforsheheen.com, where Keyserling’s letter and blog, “Agenda over Gender,” are posted.

37 YEARS OF QUALITY DENTISTRY Dr. Gene Grace is a graduate of Wofford College and Emory University School of Dentistry. He has provided state of the art dentistry in Beaufort for 37 years. He has also been very active in our community and his church. He and his wife, Beth, a former County Council member, have been married for 39 years and have two daughters, Chilton Simmons and Katherine Hefner.

cosmetic post-grad school in the world. Both dentists have been using lasers for seven years. Dr Grace eliminated silver fillings from the practice 14 years ago. Some of our cases can be viewed on our website, www.genegrace.com.

Our staff is the greatest. Terry Johnson, one of our Dr. Katherine Hefner is a graduate of the University of hygienists, has been in the practice for 26 years. North Carolina and the Medical University of South Carolina Dental School. She and her husband Ashley, an We feel it's important to cover after-hour dental emergencies for our patients. Many a architect, are also involved weekend, we're at the office in Beaufort. They have with dental emergencies (i.e. two sons, Vann and Ford. athletic injuries to children). Katherine continues to serve the communtiy through the Our field of expertise is Junior Service League of general dentistry. We do refer Beaufort, most recently cosome procedures to specialists chairing Hope Haven’s Lilies as we feel the patient should on the River Event. be in the hands of someone who does that procedure day Dr Grace and Dr. Hefner in and day out. For example, have been here for a long you deserve more than a time and will continue to few weekend courses when live and serve Beaufort. "It's it comes to having implants important in our minds to give back to this wonderful Dr. Katherine Grace Hefner & Dr. Gene Grace placed. community that has been Our staff will work with your good to us," says Dr. Grace. insurance to obtain your maximum benefits, many times resubmitting claims if we feel you've been treated unfairly.

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News Coastal Conservation Association hosting banquet October 23rd The Beaufort chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association hosts its annual banquet October 23 at Beaufort Academy’s Gym starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are $75 per couple or $50 individual, and sponsorships are still available. The CCA helps determine when a species is being overfished and then lobbies to initiate regulations to protect that species. The non-profit group is also heavily involved in the oyster reef restoration programs along the coast.

For the October 23 banquet, Charleston Bay Gourmet will be catering the event. Lots of terrific items such as coolers, fishing equipment and trips will be auctioned off. In addition to the banquet, CCA will have a tagged redfish tournament for the month of November. Five specially tagged redfish will be released in waters around Beaufort. Participants in this tournament have the chance to win a 2011 Key West 1720 with a Yamaha 90 horsepower, four stroke engine valued at

$20,000 from Butler Marine and Key West. Second tagged fish caught wins a $10,000 gift certificate from Bass Pro Shops. You can’t win if you don’t enter. The CCA is a non-profit organization of strong state chapters comprised of saltwater anglers who have banded together to address marine conservation issues nationally and within our respective states. CCA had its beginnings in Texas in 1977 and has spread across the gulf and up the east coast to Maine. They have

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been instrumental in the protection of game fish and habitat. For more information about the Beaufort banquet tournament please call Billy Plair at 986-7807, Danny Rourk at 263-3863 or Michael Mark at 812-6023.

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It does to Linda Arp, who lives every moment to the fullest. When Linda received a surprising breast cancer diagnosis, she turned to the Keyserling Cancer Center for treatment. Through an affiliation with top rated Duke Medicine, Keyserling patients benefit from Duke’s treatment protocols and access to clinical trials. That means our patients receive the very best in cancer care — without traveling far from home.

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News Islands of Beaufort Hosts Fall Open House The Home Owners Association of the Islands of Beaufort is hosting a Fall Open House on Friday, October 22 and Saturday, October 23 from 11:00am to 5:00pm. A private and gated community, Islands of Beaufort has more than two miles of water and marsh frontage. There are 196 home

sites in a variety of settings: deep water, tidal marshes, and woodlands. The community is located within the Beaufort city limits and enjoys the benefits of all of the city’s services. Home sites and houses are available for viewing during the two days of the event, and volunteer community

residents will be available to assist visitors with directions. Refreshments will be served at the Belle Grove clubhouse, and partners such as Allen Patterson Residential, Powell Brothers Construction, BB&T and South Carolina Mortgage Associates. The Islands of Beaufort Home

Owners Association is well managed by the member elected Board of Directors and is fiscally sound. As a result the association fees are some of the most reasonable association fees in the region. For more information please call Joan Byrnes 379-3331.

Silent Auction featured Nov. 6 at St. Helena bazaar The myriad church bazaars that sprout throughout the Beaufort area each autumn offer many of the same wonderful attractions: home baking and handmade gifts, gently used household items and books, Christmas decorations and crafts. The Women of the Parish at St. Helena’s downtown take special pride in their Silent Auction, a highlight of the Bazaar that will be held on Saturday, Nov. 6, this year, to benefit charities in Beaufort and around the world.   An element that makes St. Helena’s silent auction different is its “Christian” way of doing business, says Jerry Stocks,

who has chaired the auction the past six years. Bidders make their best offer, placing a slip of paper in the box next to the item, then return at the 1 p.m. closing time to see if they’ve won.  “It avoids last-minute altercations, and I think we actually make more money this way – if you really want something, you need to make a solid offer,” Stocks said.   The auction is limited to 300 items, and they range from excursions and restaurant dinners to fine art and furs, sailboats and furniture.  “One year we had two beautiful bamboo bicycles,” Stocks recalled. “We might have something you’ve never seen before.”

Meanwhile, the crew working on St. Helena’s famous handmade “church mice” reports that a large group of mice will be available for purchase when the doors open at 9 a.m. on Saturday.  However, mouse manufacturers warn that these popular rodents often sell out early.   This year’s Fall Bazaar at St. Helena’s will be open on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Parish House at 507 Newcastle St. in downtown Beaufort.  A Bazaar Preview will be held Friday, Nov. 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Nothing is sold on Friday (although Silent Auction bids are accepted).  The Preview is for fellowship and an early

look at bazaar offerings. In addition to the Silent Auction and the church mice, Bazaar shoppers will find baked goods, candy, frozen foods, books, crafts and gifts, jewelry, plants, Christmas decorations, a pet boutique, silent auction and Bargain Box.    Contact the church office at 843-5221712 or Bazaar Chairman Annie Pollak at 843-538-6497 for more information. Or visit www.sthelenas1712.org.    Note: If you would like more info or photo ops on the Silent Auction, Jerry Stocks can be reached at 524-6997.  

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LIMS Participates in McTeacherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Night Last week, the Ladyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Island McDonaldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s restaurant hosted a â&#x20AC;&#x153;McTeacherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Nightâ&#x20AC;? for Ladyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Island Intermediate and Middle School. The event was from 5:00 8:00pm.  Teachers from the school helped work the restaurant for those three hours, and students and their families were encouraged to stop by for dinner and see their teachers in action.  In return, McDonaldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s donated 15% of the receipts for those three hours.  The event was a huge success and fun for all that attended. 

Book Celebration at EC Montessori It is a tradition in the Elementary classroom at EC Montessori to mark the completion of a Book Group Study with a celebration. The children always come up with many creative ways to remember each book, and The Magic Paintbrush celebration was no exception. The Elementary class began the event by watching a short video presentation of another telling of the story in picture book format. The video also introduced the children to the sights and sounds of a real Chinatown.

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who read The Tale of Despereaux stayed afterschool for a media center movie party on October 13th. Real movie popcorn was provided courtesy of the Plaza Theater. The purpose of Movie Madness is to encourage students to read high quality

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Sports BA Football Beaufort Academy Wins Against Ridge Christian

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Week 8 The Beaufort Academy 8 Man Varsity football team won its second game of the season Friday night at Merritt Field defeating Ridge Christian 66-6. Coach Wheatley Alford said, “We played well in every facet of the game tonight, offense, defense and special teams”. Quarterback Gibson Achurch threw for three touchdowns, 189 yards and was 9 for 9. He also ran for a touchdown and had six tackles. Nathan Akers scored three touchdowns and rushed for 200 yards in six

carries. Billy Dailey scored three touchdowns and combined for 156 yards in rushing and receiving. On defense he made six tackles, forced a fumble, recovered a fumble and had two interceptions. Leif Kopernaes had two touchdowns passes, a fumble recovery and five tackles. Jack Daily made twelve tackles. Matt Bass had nine tackles and four fumble recoveries. The final home game, and Senior Night, will be Friday, October 29 versus Faith Christian, following Fall Festival

Powder Puff Football Kicking off the Friday night football game between Beaufort Academy and Ridgewood Christian was the Powder Puff football game between the Beaufort Academy Upper School girls and the faculty women. It was a hard fought contest with the final score 147.   The only touchdown for the faculty was scored by Anne Lindsay.  Miranda Westlake and Kelly Schnaubelt scored for the upper school girls.

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LADY EAGLES STILL UNDEFEATED The Beaufort High Lady Eagle Varsity Tennis Team celebrates  after their 7-0 victory against Summerville. The girls remain undefeated in Region VIII. They are 6-0 this year and continue their five-year record of 381.  Charlotte Bellomy, Shaye McAulliffe, and the doubles team of Kelsey Butler and Addie Everidge are undefeated in Region play this year.

Football-Senior Alex Simmons takes a Ashley Ridge Swamp Fox defender along for the ride in Beaufort High’s 42-7 win over Ashley Ridge.

Game on Sat., Oct. 23 12:00 PM ET -8 No. 7 Michigan State at +8 Northwestern 12:30 PM ET +10 Mississippi at -10 No. 23 Arkansas 3:30 PM ET +4.5 No. 6 LSU at -4.5 No. 4 Auburn

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Volleyball -Junior Mykaylah Smalls get above the net in Beaufort High’s win over Whale Branch. Beaufort beat the Whale Branch Warriors2-1.

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Each game is worth one point with the national championship being worth ten points. The person with the most points after the National Champs are crowned wins the whole thing. We will also announce a 2nd place and 3rd place winner. If the season ends in a tie, we will have a tiebreaker (total points of the national title game). Whoever is closest will be crowned the winner. At the end of the year, whoever has the best winning percentage will win a round of golf for 4 at a local golf course! So here goes nothing!

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Sports St. Peter Cross Country Posts Victories B.C. United wins in Myrtle Beach The schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cross Country team, coached by Father Tim Tebalt, ran to victory at its first meet hosted by St. Gregory the Great at Pinckney Colony in Bluffton. There were approximately 115 runners participating from St. Peter, St. Gregory the Great, Cross Episcopal School, Riverview Charter School, Okatie Elementary, and Hilton Head Prep.  St. Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s took 1st place male

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team and 1st place female team. Please B.C. United recently went to Myrtle Beach, SC for the 3v3 World Cup on congratulate them for their hard work August 6-8, 2010. They received 2nd place. and a job well-done.   From left to right: Merritt Patterson (captain), Dawson Coleman, Thomas Holladay, Madison Gallion, William Tumlin and Aki Carter  

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It's not often that I think of wine in anyway at all connected to Halloween, but there's always a first time for everything. It's not that Halloween is a wine holiday, which is one like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day and Easter, when everyone, even if they don't drink wine usually, has to has to has to have wine for their holiday dinner. For those holidays, there is an urgency, or more like a frenzy is closer to the truth, like you wouldn't believe to get wine. For sure, it makes all of our hearts sing and we spend a lot of time in the month or so before each holiday planning and plotting to be sure we have the right wines at the right prices. This year, though, Halloween has to come into the fold because there is a wine that seems perfect for this holiday. Just, please, don't ask what candy bar or jelly bean flavors go best with it. You might not like the answer. Surprise! Before we talk about this Halloween Wine, I need to tell you a little bit about the winery that makes it. Bogle Vineyards started in the mid-1800's as

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a family farm. The wines' beginning was not until 1968 when the father and son team of Warren and Chris planted their first twenty acres of wine grapes in Clarksbug, California, a small farming community along the Sacremento River. In the last forty plus years, the Bogle story has been one of growth and success. There aren't many of us winedrinkers today who haven't at least heard of Bogle. The contiunued family invovlement in the vineyards is part of what has kept Bogle Vineyards and their wines growing and improving. Patty Bogle, Chris' widow, helped her husband plant

the first vineyards and, when he died, she took over the entire operation in 1989. Patty's daughter Jody aslo contributes to the family business by being active in customer support, running the wine club and handling all international sales. Personnaly, I love to see wormen involved at all these levels - you know we're supposed to have better palates anyhow. Since 1992, Bogle has participated in the California Appellation Program, where winemakers source (get) fruit from some of the best vineyards in the state. Some of these are blended with the grapes that Bogle grows themselves in Clarksburg, always striving for the best of each grape variety and Bogle's very approachable style for wines. Our Halloween Wine is Bogle Phatom, a pretty special wine because it only comes out once a year, they don't make very much of it and when it's gone it's gone until next year. Sometimes, we've had small amount of it, a case or two, but, somehow, this year we got a bit more and thought you might like to celebrate with it. The name "Phantom"

does refer in part to the fact that this wine is here and then it's gone, an apparition. But, really, there's a better story for the name of the wine. The name "Bogle" is Scottish, maybe Welsh. And, get this, means "a goblin, a specter, or a phantom." Spooky, huh? Bogle's Phantom is a blend of three grape varieties that, when they come together, combine lush berry and fierce spice flavors. It has a complexity that is layers upon layers of different flavors and textures, including black pepper, dark black and red fruits, juniper berries, some toasty cinnamon and nutmeg, all in a succulent, juicy mouthfull. The current vintage, 2007, was aged in one, two and three year old American oak barrels. As good as it is now, it will also age well for several years. This vintage is a blend of 53% Petit Sirah, 44% Zinfandel and 3% Mourvedre. And, all of it for $16.99. Forget those little onebite candy bars. This is the real treat for Halloween! And no half-off sale the day after - it's now or never. Enjoy!

The Lunch Bunch Dines at Big Joe’s Bar-B-Que By Wendy Pollitzer

The Lunch Bunch traveled to Big Joe’s Bar-B-Que this week, and boy were we treated to good old-fashioned, southern food! Uni Flores bought Big Joe’s in January when the previous owner was contemplating going out of business. Uni said to Joe Able, “Take that sign down Joe. I’ll buy it!” And that’s what she did. Flores, the previous owner of China Express, House of Tokyo and Sonny’s, also owns a fishing boat and business, Little Joe’s Seafood. She knows a thing or two about good seafood, and definitely delivers great Bar-B-Que as well! Uni served an order of fried corn nuggets to the table to start. If you ever went to Duke’s, you’re familiar with good corn nuggets. Well, believe it or not, these were better! Like Elizabeth said, “They’re little pieces of heaven!” We have a new Lunch Bunch member, and guess what Beaufort-it’s a guy! Yes, the Lunch Bunch has gone co-ed! Barry Thompson is a new advertising representative for The Island News. Please welcome him to town when you see him. Originally from Anderson, Barry is excited to make Beaufort home. And what a way to meet Beaufort than to join the

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Lowcountry Boil, a Must-Have at Big Joe's Bar-B-Que Lunch Bunch! Barry ordered the pork sandwich with a side of hash and rice. Actually all of us, except Elizabeth, ordered the hash and rice. It’s a must-have at any Bar-B-Que joint!

Lizzy Lou asked for the Lowcountry Boil, which was tied for Favorite dish. Barry’s delicious pork and Elizabeth’s fresh,local shrimp were easily voted on as best dishes! Christina opted for the chicken breast sandwich, while I ordered the fried fish. Both were equally pleasing and filling! Kim decided she was going for the dinner-sized portion. She got the rib dinner with potato salad. Poor Kim was teased a bit when we all made fun of the way she ate ribs (with a fork)! It seems Kim doesn’t like getting her fingers dirty. She even eats pizza with a fork! We were all super stuffed when we left Big Joe’s! The portions were enormous. Each of us, except the newbie, brought home boxes. Congratulations Elizabeth and Barry for Favorite Dishes, even though we all agreed each of our meals were worth mega praise! Thank you Uni for inviting the Lunch Bunch to your fine southern establishment and for the genuine, good service. We will be back for sure!

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Dr.Mark Newberry, an Oncologist with a Desire to Help By Wendy Pollitzer

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uring the month of October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The Island News has profiled two survivors, Lesley Holladay and Rosemary Cuppia, as well as Kathy Kilgore, Trea Tucker and Mary Sanders, who are walking the Susan G. Komen Atlanta 3 Day for the Cure™ this weekend. This week, our focus has shifted to treatment options and a local Oncologist who outlines decisive plans for patients like Holladay and Cuppia, who developed cancer and beat it. Dr. Mark Newberry, an Oncologist with Lowcountry Medical Group, is the quarterback, if you will, of the cancer treatment community. Once a patient learns he or she has cancer, they come to Dr. Newberry for advice on treatment options which can include chemotherapy, radiation, biologic therapy, surgery, or even just observation. Dr. Newberry develops the plan and the patient follows through with a collective strategy that is ultimately intended to make the patient live longer and feel better. “The choice is ultimately up to the patient. I can advise on what works best for the type of cancer, the age of the patient, genetics, etc. As a physician, I am an educator. I give choices and outline a plan and then help administer it,” explains Dr. Newberry. Of course, to catch cancer early, one must be familiar with his or her own body. It is important to recognize changes and share them with your doctor. In addition, patients should stay up to date with the appropriate cancer screening tests such as mammograms, colonoscopies, PAP smears, prostate exams, etc. Once a patient has been diagnosed with cancer then he or she will be referred to Dr. Newberry for further evaluation and treatment. “I will typically review their pathology reports and complete a staging work-up to try

to determine the extent of their cancer and subsequently the best way to treat and hopefully cure their cancer.” “Patients tend to fear the reputation of chemotherapy, but most find they have fewer side effects than they expected. It helps to have a great staff. My nurses, Kim Harrison and Beth D’Amato are quite professional and have a terrific bedside manner. They make a hard job look easy and the patients really appreciate it. The bond that we form with our patients is truly special” says Dr. Newberry. After graduating from the University of Virginia, Dr. Newberry attended MUSC and became an Internist in Beaufort. After practicing for six years in Beaufort, he decided to go back for additional training to become a Medical Oncologist. Since September of 2004, Dr. Newberry has been practicing Oncology in the Beaufort area and has helped numerous patients in their fight against cancer through a variety of treatments. Dr. Newberry clearly enjoys practicing here in Beaufort and is quick to point out all of the services available at Lowcountry Medical Group, which include an on-site infusion area where patients receive their chemotherapy, a comprehensive imaging center as well as full-service laboratory. “In addition to the diagnostic tools we have here at Lowcountry Medical Group, we have also been able to work with MUSC in establishing outreach clinics here for nationally renowned Dr. Carolyn Reed in Thoracic Surgical Oncology, Dr. Jennifer Young and Dr. Paul Underwood in Gynecologic Oncology. I am fortunate to have such a wonderful place to take care of patients and so lucky to have access to so many great physicians right here in Beaufort.” I couldn’t help but ask Dr. Newberry to gauge how things are going in the fight with cancer. “Today, there are

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“There is no better gratification in the medical world than saving a person’s life.” many new pharmaceutical products and targeted therapies that hone in on particular cancers. Treatments are rapidly improving for cancer care, which is very encouraging,” says Dr. Newberry. “We are also learning that the right diet can make a difference in the recurrence rates. Based on several trials, I tend to recommend an Eastern diet, which avoids red meats and emphasizes fish, chicken, fruits and

vegetables. This has been shown to reduce recurrence rates by as much as 40% in patients that have had surgery for colon or breast cancer. I assume that it will help other cancers but, lifestyle changes could never hurt.” Dr. Newberry cares for cancer patients in the Lowcountry through professional direction and guidance, a cooperative plan, and the heart and soul to carry it out. Beaufort thanks him for that. An Oncologist to someone with cancer is a Savior. To many in the Beaufort community, Dr. Newberry is a personal hero. “There is no better gratification in the medical world than saving a person’s life” says Dr. Newberry. Dr. Newberry has two sons, Marcus and Sam, ages 14 and 12. In his spare time Dr. Newberry enjoys tennis, fishing, boating and cooking. Originally from Mt. Pleasant, he is a Lowcountry Boy, through and through. Thank you Dr. Newberry for a poignant interview about your profession and your desire to help. I certainly admire your ambition and the integrity of your practice. In honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we salute your effort to help our loved ones celebrate more birthdays and our hearts go out to all of those living with cancer.

Saltus River Grill Celebrates Fall with Two Wine Dinners - Evenings of New Wines and New Recipes

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Saltus River Grill is honored to share with you two very special and very different wine dinners. First, on October 19th, we will welcome Randy Ford, the Coastal Manager for King Estate Winery in Oregon. This winery has been a long standing favorite and leader Join Saltuswines River andasked the usre-nowned Bouchaine Vineyards of Oregon’s andGrill they have to feature their wines with Randy comingfrom to share them with us and talk with us about the many wines they produce. Over the Carneros, California for awith wine Wednesday, October 27th.thisThis years, King Estate has evolved manydinner, labels and styles of wines. Our dinner month will feature at least one wine from each label. The evening starts at 6:15 pm will be a unique chance to enjoySeating a special menuis atpaired with with passed canapes and Next Riesling. for dinner 6:30 and we’llthe startgreat with Lowcountry StewInpaired with Acrobat Pinot Gris.Vice ThePresident Entree will of be Wine wines from theOyster winery. addition, Greg Gauthier, Handmade Fazzoletti with Wild Boar Ragu and King Estate Signature Pinot Noir and NxNW Cabernet Dessert is Carolina Plantation Pudding withinsights Fresh Production andSauvignon. Sales for Bouchaine Vineyards willRice share with us Peaches, Sweetgrass Asher Blue Cheese, Local Honey and King Estate Vin Glace to sip with it. The cost of this dinner $45has perfrom person,working plus tax and gratuity. and information that onlyis he with theseReservations wines every are required, please call Saltus River Grill at 843-379-3474. Guests at this dinner day. The welcome willforbetheatBouchaine 6:15 p.m. Vineyards with Fried Calamari, Pepperoncini will receive a 10% coupon dinner that follows the next week. Aioli Bouchaine Rose of Syrah. seating is at 6:30Vineyards p..m. Our Ourand second wine dinner is October 27th, Dinner with the wines of Bouchaine in Carneros, Napa, California. Our guest for the evening is Greg Gauthier, Vice President fiofrst course will be House Smoked Salmon, Cucumber, Horseradish Wine Production and Sales. This evening starts at 6:15 p.m. with Fried Calamari, Pepperoncini andwith Bouchaine Rose of Syrah. Seating for dinner is at 6:30 and is Cream and Aioli Capers Bouchaine Carneros Chardonnay. The entree we’ll start with House Smoked Salmon, Cucumber, Horseradish Cream and Capers and Bouchaine Chardonnay. Our Shaved entree willBrussel be Braised Oxtail, paired Semolinawith Braised Oxtail,Carneros Semolina Dumpling, Sprouts, Dumpling, Shaved Brussel Sprouts, all with Bouchaine Carneros Pinot Noir and both Bouchaine Vineyards Pinot Noir and Bouchaine Vineyards Bouchaine Syrah. For our finish,Carneros we’ll have an Assortment of Artisinal Cheeses from Sweetgrass Dairy and Bouchaine Bouche d’Or. This dinner will be $50 per person plus Syrah. The meal finishesyou’ll withhave an Assortment of Artisinal Cheeses from tax and gratuity, but hopefully the coupon! Again, please reserve you space at Saltus River Grill, 843-379-3474. Sweetgrass a glass of Bouchaine Or. Cost perwith person Both these Dairy dinnersand are rare opportunities to learn Bouche about andd'enjoy the wines experts andtax workand withgratuity the wines everyday. The food courses are all new items, will bewho $50liveplus and reservations are required. Please some of which will be featured on Saltus River Grill’s Fall Menu. These dinners will be our chanceRiver to showcase for you and your chance to be the first to taste them. We call Saltus Grill, 843-379-3474. sincerely hope that you will be able to join us for both the special evenings. Visit us atwww.saltusrivergrill.com and stay in touch atwww.facebook.com/saltusrivergrill and at www.twitter.com/saltus grill.

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Lowcountry Social Diary

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appy Birthday to one of the Lowcountryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most celebrated and beloved cookbooks--â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Sea Island Seasons,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; which turns 30 this month. Conceived by Nancy Pearson and Caroline Trask as a way to generate funds for the Open Land Trust whose goal it was (and still is) to preserve and protect the natural visual character of the Lowcountry, it turned out to be a major success story to this day, being hailed by Town & Country Magazine as one of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;100 Best Regional Cookbooks in Americaâ&#x20AC;?.  It took the pair almost two years of volunteer work to pull the cookbook together from over 1,400 recipes submitted from the areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best cooks.  The beautiful cover was done by local artist Nancy Rhett. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s currently in its 10th printing and has sold over 75,000 copies! The hundreds of thousands of dollars raised from the sale of the cookbook over the years has contributed to saving over 80 properties in our area (so far) that preserves the best of what the Lowcountry has to oďŹ&#x20AC;er--the beautiful views over the marshes, the wildlife, and our pristine water.

Shirley Staggs, Twyliah Kerr and Betty Mathews along with a host of volunteers got the cookbook for sale in 48 states in America and it was featured on The Today Show twice.   Many thanks from all of us here in Beaufort who daily appreciate the fruits of your hard work all those years ago and doing so much to keep Beaufort beautiful!  The cookbook is for sale at  many shops downtown and The Elliot House oďŹ&#x192;ce of Open Land Trust or online at www.openlandtrust. com. 

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Merrill Lynch Supports Local Arts: Kudos to Lauren Pearson, Jack Cunningham, and Katie Phifer, local ďŹ nancial advisors from Merrill Lynch, who after watching local opportunities in the arts diminish over the past year decided to focus on one philanthropic partner for 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2011: the Beaufort Orchestra under Maistro Fred Devyatkin. They are supporting the       Next Friday, Oct. 29th, put on a Orchestra because they want to help costume and plan to attend the Jr. create a legacy for future generations to Service Leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ rst Halloween Bash enjoy all that the Beaufort Orchestra as a fundraiser for women and children has to oďŹ&#x20AC;er from beautiful concerts in need in Beaufort County.  The Real throughout the year to engaging our youth Hot StuďŹ&#x20AC; band from Charleston will to participate in the Youth Orchestra.  be playing. There will be a full bar, a Here are some pics from the reception at midnight buďŹ&#x20AC;et and a costume contest.    the Rhett House on last monday night The tax deductible tickets are $35 a for visiting world renowned pianist piece ($60 for a couple). Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s at the Boat House, 247 Robert Smalls Parkway from 6-8p.m. 

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Social Trends this fall in Beaufort: Spontaneous, stay-at-home house parties where everyone brings their favorite bottle of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;valueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; wine (aka cheap). No formal dinner is served, just heavy hors dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Oeuvre which guests also can bring.  Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great way for people to still get together and socialize without spending a lot of money in these tough ďŹ nancial times.  As someone said to me â&#x20AC;&#x153;I love these wine parties because you Merrill Lynchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ed Like, Lauren Pearson, Katie Phifer, and Jack Cunningham can ďŹ nally hear each other talk and more

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admission, activities and fun for all ages, The Habersham Harvest Festival is becoming the annual fall street party for Beaufort County and beyond. The Marketplace, thoughtfully designed with community in mind, and alive with a harmonious blend of carefully selected iconic restaurants, retail shops, and services reflects the "best of the best" local owners who are planning tricks, treats and surprises around every corner. Save the date for this one-of-a-kind event and plan to be whisked away and delighted by the sights, sounds and activities of The Habersham Harvest Festival in "The Lowcountry's New Destination."


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FALL COMPETITION RESULTS The Photography Club of Beaufort has announced the winners of the semi-annual Fall Competition, held Monday night, October 11, 2010. Judging the event were photographer and award-winning digital artist David Addington, Graphic Designer and Photographer Ron Mabey and commercial photographer Christian Lee.       Prints were judged using the criteria of superb technical quality, composition and interest.  During the competition, judges shared their expertise and offered constructive critiques to photos to help the photographers improve their skills.    Results of the competition are as follows:   1st Place, Novice Category was a tie between:  Ellen Corbett  - “Beautiful Eyes” and Tom Valentino – Seabirds on a Foamy Sea; 2nd Place, – Rebecca Bass “Come to the Light” and Honorable Mention Madeline Thiessen “Fishermen’s Nets”tied with Don Starkey – Shrimper’s Sunrise.   In the Intermediate Category 1st Place was tied between Ed Kawczynski for “To Market” and Chimaine Taylor’s “Sarah”. 2nd Place was John Dickerson’s “Riding Igor’s Trail”.   There was also a tie for Honorable Mention:   Pat Keown – “Just a Sip” and Bonnie McDonald-     “A Lotta Corn” 

1st Place in the Advanced Category was won by John Albert for “Indigo Ibises”  There was also a tie for   2nd Place, Chris Kirk – “Are You Looking At Me” and Larry Kay for “The Sousthern Road to Paradise” and a tie for Honorable Mention: Lamar Nix for “Canoe Nest” and Juergen Thiessen for “Old Urns”     Novice: Tom Valantino’s - “Seabirds on a Foamy Sea”   The Photography Club has created a new skill level for their growing group of Experts.  Taking 1st Place in this level was Nadine O’Quinn  - “Treasure”; 2nd Place; Charlie Advanced: John Albert Heyman – “Blade Walker” and Honorable “Indigo Ibises” Mention to Richard Darby for “Shrimp Net”      The Photography Club of Beaufort meets at 7pm on the Second Monday of every month in Building 22 of the Technical College of the Lowcountry.    Next month’s meeting will be a critique of the year-long assigned subject “Creatures Great and Small.     Prints from this critique will be on display at the 2nd floor Gallery at the Beaufort Library during December.  The opening reception will be held during the Night on the Town, on December 3 from 5pm-7pm.    For information on the club please visit  www.photoclubbeaufort.com  or 846-9580.  Expert: Nadine O’Quinn -”Treasure” 

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Breast Health 2010 By Dr. Carol Moore

Breast cancer affects one in every eight women today. Diagnosis is a very dark day in the women’s lives who receive this news. We often forget that we request screening tests to detect problems. We simply don’t believe we will get “the call” indicating that it’s our turn to march through the maze that is living with breast cancer. I, myself, wonder, “When will it be my turn?” LIVING WITH THE DISEASE, however, appears to be somewhat doable once the notion of being a breast cancer patient begins to sink in. I say that cautiously because women living with the side effects of therapy might heartily disagree that it is doable. Side effects are many but may include fatigue, nausea, depression, hair loss, pain from surgery, discomfort from infections and their treatments, chronic arm swelling, vaginal dryness, hot flashes, night sweats and even infertility if ovarian removal is recommended for premenopausal women. Distortion of one’s body image often occurs following treatment. Sexual health and libido

are often woefully underappreciated side effects of breast cancer treatment at a time of life when these issues are of particular importance to women and their partners. Women with breast cancer develop a positive, meet it head on approach. Perhaps, women innately possess this quality under unique stress. I observe that a diagnosis of breast cancer forces these characteristcs to the forefront of a woman’s countenance. There is apparently a combination of these factors at work which make these women heroes. So, how do we grapple with our concerns about breast health, health care reform, task force findings, politics and economic hardships today? How do we obtain peace of mind while sticking to a budget? How do we decide what set of national recommendations to follow for breast cancer screening? What do we do in our society of 24 hour news reels, high anxiety and fear? Recent findings suggest that mammograms and even self breast exams do not improve survival for

breast cancer. I strongly hold the belief that the public is misled by these conclusions. DETECTION is improved by these techniques. Your SURVIVAL is most heavily influenced by the stage at which the disease is detected, the type of cancer you have and the method of treatment chosen. The National Cancer Institute recommends mammography every 1-2 years for women over the age of 40. Most breast cancers occur in women over 60 but the numbers begin to increase over the age of 50. Most of the false positive mammograms occur in the under 50 age group. This only makes sense since younger breasts are hormonally active which is evident on x-ray. Regardless of what your insurance carrier recommends, get your mammogram regularly. Discuss your mammogram frequency with your doctor. The history of a mother, daughter or sister and the age at their diagnosis may strongly influence your risk and screening frequency. The radiation exposure from a mammogram is very low and the risks are far outweighed by the benefits. PERFORM YOUR SELF BREAST EXAM. If you are familiar with what

your breasts feel like on a day to day or month to month basis, you will recognize when a change occurs. Breasts tend to change prior to menstruation so examination is recommended following your menstrual cycle or monthly for non-menstruating females. It’s not much different from applying facial cleanser or make up to your face. If you have an emerging blemish, you find it early. Skin coloration or texture changes are often as important as nodules you may feel. Most of us perform this portion of our exam getting out of the shower without even realizing what we are doing. LIVE A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE. Eat right, exercise, maintain a healthy weight, drink alcohol only in moderation, learn stress reduction techniques and do not smoke. Live with confidence for we all know that despite our best efforts, one in eight of us will get the news. Walk this walk with friends, family and physicians that are sensitive and attentive to your concerns. Budget for your yearly exams by your physician and any screening tests recommended. We have much to learn from our sisters struggling with this reality.

New Trends in Restorative and Cosmetic Dentistry By Dr. Aaron Sarathy

The maintenance of oral health has been at the forefront of the health care stage in recent years. Investigations into associations and interactions between oral disease and coronary heart disease, stroke, adverse pregnancy outcomes, diabetes and bacterial pneumonia has revealed some interesting results. Findings like these have been highlighted in a variety of studies, including the U.S. surgeon general’s report in 2001. At the heart of treating disease processes of the oral cavity are: #1. Prevention of disease and its progression, and #2: The restoration of the patient’s function. The focus of recent advances in dental medicine has been on just that. The replacement of lost dentition is key in any treatment plan, and sets the stage for restoring function and maintaining health. There are a number of options available to you from your General Dentist to fulfill this end, and all of them can provide great long-term results. In recent years, dental implants have become one of the leading restorative choices to provide the highest quality restoration to replace missing teeth and reconstruct

the oral cavity. What exactly are dental implants? The implants used in dentistry today are made from titanium-based biomaterials with a variety of textured surfaces designed to duplicate the root portion of the natural tooth. Today’s dental implants are extremely safe and biocompatible. Implants have the added advantage of becoming “a natural part” of the patient’s jaw through a process we call osseointegration, which is an advantage over the “mini-implant” systems available today. That means that the bone actually “bonds” to surface of the implant once it is integrated. They require minimally- invasive placement by a qualified implant surgeon and can be placed under sedation to increase patient comfort. Dental implants require minimal recovery and downtime on the patient’s part. Once the implant has been placed and given an adequate healing period, your dentist can complete the process by marrying the final restoration to the implant. So what can dental implants “fix”? Some of the routine applications for dental implants include replacing a

single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth, helping to provide retention for a denture (especially the lower ones), or providing the foundation for large oral reconstruction cases that require bridges. Dental implants are often utilized in the final reconstruction of both post-cancer surgery patients and post-trauma cases to restore form and function. Finally, in select cases, they are an excellent emergent treatment for a tooth lost due to an accident or injury immediately following the injury. Dental implants provide the modern solution to restoring the dentition and maintaining optimum oral health. They allow your doctor to save healthy teeth (teeth without fillings or crowns) by not having to include them in conventional restorative options like bridges. They help to preserve facial structure, preserving that youthful appearance. Finally, implants help the patient to regain function allowing them to eat what they want and not what they are limited to because of ill-fitting dentures, missing teeth, etc. Dental implants are a great option for patients to enhance their look and

boost self-confidence and self-image while maintaining their oral health and improving their quality of life. The implant process is a team effort and requires good communication between the surgeon and the dentist. As with any procedure, it is of the utmost importance that a thorough evaluation is performed by your doctor and a qualified implant surgeon. This enables the doctor and surgeon to completely address the patient’s expectations and questions concerning the procedure, as well as to match the patient with the most ideal procedure for a life-long solution. So, if you’re thinking about dental implants, talk with your dentist. They can get you started and discuss the process in detail during the consult appointment. Implants are great way to improve your smile and maintain optimal oral health and just might be the perfect choice for you! For further questions call your dentist to schedule a consult. For questions, call Port Royal Oral and Facial Surgery at 843-770-0700 or check out our website @WWW.portroyaloralsurgery.com

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Health My doctor told me I have a cataract and will benefit from having it removed: what are my lens implant options? Before intraocular lenses (IOLs) were developed, people had to wear very thick eyeglasses or special contact lenses to be able to see after cataract surgery. Today several IOL types are available to help people enjoy improved vision. Discuss these options with your Ophthalmologist to determine the IOL that best suits your vision needs and lifestyle. How IOLs work Like your eyeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural lens, an IOL focuses light as images, received from the cornea and pupil at the front of the eye, onto the retina, the sensitive tissue at the back of the eye that relays images through the optic nerve to the brain. Most IOLs are made of a ďŹ&#x201A;exible, foldable material and are about one-third

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Might as Well Smile By Cherimie Crane

Have you ever tried to explain something to a puppy? Or maybe have an intellectual conversation with a tree stump? Or possibly, you have found yourself oďŹ&#x20AC;ering a raft to a sinking ship only to have the ill-fated cruisers look away? There comes a point when the puppy resumes chewing your shoes, the stump politely refuses communication, the & ^%#$ boat sinks. It happens. It never ceases to amaze me at the sheer determination of others to ďŹ nd excuses, not reasons, for the success of the successful. It is obviously because of the successful person's connections, gender, hair style or maybe even the way they freaking eat their breakfast; it can't possibly be a credit to their hard work, determination, persistence or intelligence. Exactly how much energy or eďŹ&#x20AC;ort does it require to conjure up this creative casserole of comfort??? I have been telling anyone who would listen about the cornucopia that is the human spirit. I t is oďŹ&#x192;cial, I have heard every single reason why success (professional or otherwise) is out of reach. I admit it. I have a Pollyanna complex. It is both a gift and a curse; usually at the exact same time. I see good in bad, light in dark, and occasionally little pink ďŹ&#x201A;owers, but that is rare and possibly credited to a few hard falls in college. I am from M ississippi. I talk slow, even slower when accompanied by a good Merlot; but I am not stupid. Nor do I live in a happy little bubble, although I am perfectly ďŹ ne should someone have a perfect bubble to oďŹ&#x20AC;er;

as long as there is cake. Yes, life can be hard. Jobs are a pain in the rump (that is why they arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; t called hobbies), everyone has an annoying coworker, friend, mail person, and/or parent. Everyone has problems, some self inďŹ&#x201A;icted, some not so much. I am pretty sure that was one of the motivators for the invention of wine. Just this morning that my complex was pushed to the edge. All I wanted was a cup of coďŹ&#x20AC;ee. Really. My strong southern roots required that I make small talk. Hate those roots, hate that requirement even more. All I did was say, â&#x20AC;&#x153; Things are getting better.â&#x20AC;? Who knew that was a cardinal sin? A painful 15 minutes later, and without coďŹ&#x20AC;ee, I had been taught every possible reason why things will, in fact, never get better. Have you ever found yourself in a situation where everything your grandmother ever told you was ďŹ&#x201A;ying through your head like superman on crack??? Well, I have. Most of it was about watching my mouth, sitting like a lady, and not chewing gum; however, there were lovely little nuggets of "You can't argue with a crazy person." Thanks Mamaw. Bad days happen, bad months, bad years, bad hair. So do good days, even without good hair. There is light in dark, good in bad, and with the right wine, you too just may see little pink ďŹ&#x201A;owers. Either way, might as well smile. (Mamaw if you are reading this, I am sorry for saying ^% $#% and freaking)

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BowWOW! Is a production of Tracie Korol and wholeDog. Tracie is a holistic behavior coach, a canine massage therapist (CCMT), herbalist, and canine homeopath. Want more information? Have a question? Send a note to Tracie at letstalk@wholedog.biz or visit www.wholedog.biz.

Trick or Treat: Halloween vs. dogs By Tracie Korol

The ghoulish holiday is just around the corner and with it comes a dog’s deluxe temptation of great smelling, forbidden human food conveniently packaged in crinkly bite-sized portions. While most of us cannot resist giving our canine friends a little snack now and then, Halloween is not the time to succumb to your dog’s baleful stares that he-hasn’thad-anything-to-eat-in-a-week. Candy can make any of us nauseous in sufficient amounts, and dogs generally eat wrapper and all. Chocolate, in particular, is toxic to dogs if they consume enough of it. Gum, candy and breath fresheners containing the artificial sweetener xylitol are bad news, too. Some dogs with less discriminating tastes will find Halloween make-up and pumpkin pie-scented candles equally edible. The day after Halloween, you may find broken eggs strewn on lawns and streets—yet another temptation your dog should not be allowed to eat. Although it’s nice to want to include your Best Friend in Halloween festivities, most dogs are happier in the quiet comfort of their home. Dogs that are easily aroused to territorial barking should not be allowed to sit by a window and watch trick-or-treaters approach. It’s asking for trouble. You want to do all you can to reduce the risk that your dog may bite a perceived intruder, bolt out the door and knock over a toddler or run clean away to get away from the fracas. Consider confining your dog in a quiet part of the house, in his crate, with a dog-worthy treat of his own—a Kong filled with peanut butter, liverwurst or cheese. Just like the 4th of July, Halloween is a big day at the shelter. Make sure your pets are wearing their collars and ID tags in case they bolt. (That goes for all my cat friends, too.) If you are insistent upon taking your dog with you for trick-or-treating, do it only during daylight hours and only if your dog clearly enjoys the chaos of squealing, costumed children. Keep an eye on your dog and be alert for signs of stress. Don’t force a dog to accept attentions from anyone he appears frightened by, and don’t force 20

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anyone who is afraid of your dog to greet him. Kids can be sugared up and over-excited on Halloween and an unwelcome greeting by an overexcited unknown dog may be likely to elicit inappropriate behavior from any child. And never ring a doorbell with your dog at your side. The resident dog may have very strong feelings about strange dogs on his turf. Better to wait together at the end of the driveway. Don’t leave your dog unattended outside, even briefly, on Halloween. Dogs contained in fenced yards are not necessarily safe. Eggs, candy, and other materials may be thrown at the dog and consumed. Less benign items—stones, sticks--may be thrown with intent to do serious damage. Sadly, many animals especially black cats and dogs—are the objects of serious, malicious abuse on this holiday. Miscreant youths may leave fence gates ajar or enter fenced areas, even if “beware of dog” signs are posted. Especially on Halloween, when visitors may be numerous and upsetting to the resident dog, make sure your dog does not have unsupervised access to visitors, nor they to him. Resist the temptation to dress up the dog, unless you are absolutely certain that he won’t find it distressing. I have never met a dog that didn’t absolutely hate wearing a bunchy, hot costume. While he may like the initial attention and squealing from his humans and be a very good sport for a while, most likely he will stress. Be sensitive to his comfort level. Never dress a dog in costumes that impair his vision or make it difficult for him to walk. As a rule of thumb, if your dog doesn’t normally wear a hat, glasses, antlers, hood, cape, wings or a crown every day, then he’ll probably be uncomfortable. Get him a studded collar and tell him he’s dangerous. That’s usually enough dress-up for any dog. Remember that dogs don’t grasp that Halloween is a holiday, and they may find mobs of noisy peculiarly dressed children genuinely frightening and traumatic. Be sensitive to your dog’s stress level and safety, and have a Happy Halloween!

A MUST Read for all Dog Owners... Beware of Training.... By Rebecca Ponce

In a world full of Cesar Millanwannabes, and Animal Planet addicts, it’s difficult to decide where to turn when it comes to training your furry friend. Everybody seems to be an expert these days, and every method from Cesar’s Way to the police K9 training has its pros and cons. But how do you pick? My very first experience with a trainer was at one of the big box stores. I can honestly say that we had an excellent trainer with a lot of knowledge to share. However, at times it seems that the regulations of the big cooperation she worked for hindered her from sharing information that would’ve been very useful. While she shared this with me on the side, she was not supposed to teach it, as it was not a part of what was in their training manuals. I think the level of distraction in the store was great in helping my pup learn to focus, but the constant interruptions by curious customers in the store got somewhat old after a while. After that experience, I decided to do a lot of homework on training techniques. I was horrified to read that old time K9 handlers used to “helicopter” their dogs for being insubordinate (a method of swinging the dog in a circle by it’s leash). At this point my puppy was around 6 months old, and I knew I wanted to get him into some sort of advanced training. I took an Advanced Obedience class at Beaufort Dog. I was impressed with the real-world environment, the off-leash time the dogs got to have in order to socialize and play, and Kelley’s creative solutions to problem behaviors. It also

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instilled in me a desire to learn more. Learning when to give attention, and when to take it away made training my second dog so much easier. I learned to time my rewards better so that my dog better understood what he was being rewarded for, as well as the use of less intense positive punishment tools such as a spray bottle or a citronella collar. I had a strong appreciation that we built each week off of what we learned the previous week, thus making it easier for the dog to understand, as well as the human. It’s much easier to teach a dog to “down” if he knows “sit” first; it’s also much easier to teach a releasing command first, and then go back and teach him the wait command; it’s much easier to teach a dog to speak on command first, and then teach him a quiet command, and so on and so on. Do you want to bond with your dog, and learn to communicate effectively what you want? Or do you want your dog responding to cues out of fear of punishment? Do you want a real-world environment that will set you up for success, or an environment where the trainer is limited on what knowledge he or she is allowed to share? Do you want lasting results, or results that fade unless you intensify the positive punishment? For me, the answers to those questions are very simple. My dogs are family members, I want them to want to please me, not obey because they fear. What about you? This article was taken in part. To read it in its entirety, please visit BeaufortDog.com


What 2 Do Interested in USTA Team Tennis?    

Sign up for USTA Junior Team Tennis. This league involves practice & one match a week with Bluffton, and three Hilton Head Teams. This is a great way to continue playing team tennis and develop your skills. The League is only accepting 15 players per team. Beaufort   Team Number  # 7041137487        14 and Under Intermediate  # 7041140935         18 and Under Intermediate Boys Singles, Girls Singles, Boys Doubles, Girls Doubles, Mixed Doubles 18 and under Intermediate is offered.  Players may only play in one event.  There are four teams in league. You must be USTA Member ( Junior Membership $18) Team fee is $66, which  includes all practice sessions, court fee, balls, t-shirt, and possibly travel expenses. Go to USTA South Carolina, then to Tennis Link- Then choose Tennis Link again, then team tennis- register to play.

Sixth Annual Cupid’s Arrow Golf Classic in November

The Sixth Annual Cupid’s Arrow Golf Classic will be held on Saturday, November 6, 2010, at Oldfield Golf Club. The event will begin at 9:00 am with a shot gun start. Registration is scheduled for 8:00 am. All proceeds from this tournament benefit the John A. ( Jack) Kolbush Memorial Fund at Backus Children’s Hospital at Memorial Health University Medical Center. This fund was set up in loving memory of Jack Kolbush who lost his life to cancer at the age of five in March of 2006. All monies will be used to assist patients with cancer and blood disorders at Backus Children’s Hospital. The cost to participate is $150.00 per player. Participants will enjoy lunch, post tournament reception featuring an awards ceremony and musical entertainment by Mike Kavanaugh. Registration is limited to eighty players. To register for the Sixth Annual Cupid’s Arrow Golf Classic please call Janet

Kolbush at (843)706-2055. All entries and checks must be received no later than November 1, 2010.

Howl-O-Ween

Come this Saturday, October 23rd to the Habersham Harvestfestival for Dogs at 24 Market St. Free to the Public. 12:00 Dog Costume Contest 12:15 Maze of Confusion Race (for dogs and kids) 12:30  Dog Games 1:00 Agility Demonstration 1:30 Agility Games for Everyone 2:00 Agility Demonstration Also, on November 5th 7-9 Beaufort’s Got Talent. Habersham Marketplace Open to all talents and ages.  Free.  Call 379-9617 for more information.

Celebrating Archaeological Science with Beaufort County GIS, Beaufort County Planning Department, and Beaufort County Library

October 2010 is South Carolina Archaeology Month (in addition to also being Archives Month)! This year Beaufort County Planning Department, Beaufort County Geographic Information Services, and Beaufort County Library have teamed together to offer two free presentations about archaeological digs undertaken here in Beaufort County. On Oct. 26th, Carl Steen and Dr. Jodi Barnes will be in County Council Chambers, 100 Ribaut Road to discuss the special documentary and technological challenges of uncovering “Gullah Archaeology.” The program is scheduled for 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm. The presentation is free and open to the public. Anyone over age 12 with an interest in archaeology and local history is welcomed to attend. For more information about the 19th Annual SC Archaeology Month events taking place throughout the state, go to http://www.cas.sc.edu/sciaa/PdfDocs/ archMonthCalendarOfEvents2010.pdf. While supplies last, pick up a free copy of the South Carolina 2010 Archaeology Month poster (front – back) from your nearest branch of the Beaufort County Library.

For more information about this news item or other library programs, please visit www.beaufortcountylibrary.org. To speak to one of our library staff please contact: 255-6456 (Beaufort), 255-6490 (Bluffton), 255-6500 (Hilton Head), 255-6475 (Lobeco) or 838-8304 (St. Helena). Beaufort County Library: For Learning. For Leisure. For Life.

FRIPP AUDUBON CLUB PRESENTS: SC Shorebird Conservation

Our coastal Carolina shorebirds are at risk—many of their populations are declining. Come to the Fripp Community Center Thursday evening, October 28th, for an entertaining, informative presentation by US Fish & Wildlife Service biologist Melissa Bimbi. You’ll learn about the challenges facing South Carolina’s shorebirds and efforts to improve these birds’ uncertain future through research, outreach and education. Meet Ms. Bimbi at a 6:00 pm reception; Audubon experts will be present to answer questions on birding, nature photography and bird house design before the 7:00 pm presentation. More info—Pete Richards, 483-441-2153 and visit www.islc.net/Audubon/. Free pass at gate for off-island visitors.

Lowcountry Wellness Fair Set for October 23

The Lowcountry Wellness Fair will be held at Palm Key Nature Getaway from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 23. Local practitioners will display their healing arts ranging from massage therapy and Reiki to ThetaHealing, Thai massage, Tai Chi and yoga, herbs and supported birth options. Lunch will be served and admission is free. Sample sessions will be $1 per minute. For additional information contact Barbara: 843-726-6876 or wellwwell@ hotmail.com

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Are you or someone you love living with daily chronic pain or fatigue? Are test results “normal” & “unremarkable”? Struggling to get through each day yet “they can’t find anything wrong”? All suffering is very real and far from “normal” but the good news is... So is the ability to heal. If you are tired of feeling lousy, taking pills and searching for a diagnosis, Join us for this informative class to learn about a new approach. Intro to B.E.S.T. Class Learn the 5 things about why you get symptoms Experience 3 things you can do today to stimulate healing BEST Demonstration Question & Answer Session Therapeutic Solutions: A Creating Wellness Center Monday October 25th, 6:30pm-7:30pm 1 Oakwood Drive (at Sams Pt Rd), Ladys IslandTo reserve your seat for this FREE class, contact us at 524-2554 or therasolutions08@yahoo.com New clients will receive a special gift. We Help Those Who Choose Change….What Do You Choose?

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SOUTHERN MAGNOLIA Charming 3 BR, 2 BTH, Newly painted, hardwood floors, nicely landscaped yard, garage. $199,900 Call Martha # 252-4405 Coastal Carolina Realty

HELP WANTED - DRIVERS LAID OFF? PLANT CLOSING? Need that new job? Call Xtra Mile & enroll in CDL Class-A training today! Several locations in SC, including Charleston. 1-866-484-6313 / www. xtramiledrivertraining.com CHEESEMAN LLC hiring regional drivers. High earnings 35-44 cents per mile and weekly home time. Visit us at: cheeseman.com or call recruiting at 800-762-5793 DRIVERS-CDL/A $2,000 sign-on bonus. Start up to .42 cpm. Good home time and benefits. OTR experience required. No felonies. Lease purchase available. 800-441-4271 x SC100 DRIVERS-CDL/A Top hometime! Solos & Teams. Highest team pay. CDL/A with 1yr. recent OTR required. 800-942-2104 ext. 238 or 243 www.totalms.com

303 Associates (843) 521-9000 info@303associates.com REAL ESTATE

OFFICE SPACE FOR SALE OR LEASE AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Sale price: $500,000 or Lease price: $3,500.00 per month for 2000 sq. ft. or Lease price: $1,750.00 for 1000 sq. ft. Call (843)524-2329 12 Celadon Drive, Lady’s Island RETAIL AND OFFICE SPACE BEAUFORT TOWN CENTER Ample Free Parking Boundary Street visibility

NEW AD NC MOUNTAINS! Log Cabin liquidation. New 1200+ sf genuine log cabins w/acreage, $79,900. Plenty of windows, decks, need finishing. 866-7385522 VACATION RENTALS ADVERTISE your vacation home, condo or apartment to more than 2.7 million South Carolina newspaper readers. Your 25-word classified ad will appear in 111 S.C. newspapers for only $375. Call Jimmie Haynes at the South Carolina Newspaper Network, 1-888-727-7377

BEAUFORT RENTALS, LLC All of our available rentals, from residential to commercial properties can be viewed by visiting our website. BeaufortSCRentals. com or call us at (843) 252-4249 for more information HOMES FOR SALE

SALES REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED. Most earn $50k-$100K or more. Call our branch office at 843-284-5595. Ask for Kristi Mitchum or e-mail kristi.mitchum@insphereis. com. Visit www.insphereis-charleston.com

DOWNTOWN BEAUFORT Bay Street space

WATERFRONT ACREAGE 4 ACRE$32,400! Adjoins shores of 25,000 acre lake, 1,000 feet on large stream and hardwoods, 1 hour from Greenville. Financing available. Call 1-888-737-5588

HANDICAP READY–CLOSE TO EVERYTHING 3 bedroom, 2 bath, new carpet, new appliances, fenced back yard, enclosed garage. Was occupied by owner’s parents Near Beaufort High and all shopping 34 Sunset Blvd. $1100/month 843-5243255

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PROFESSIONALS WANTED PART-TIME Navy needs PS military officers or qualified citizens to join the Navy Reserve as Medical, CIS/IT, supply, engineering, chaplain or SW officers. College grad, physical/age requirements. Benefits & retirement & money for school. 1-800-662-7419 or Raleigh@navy.mil or visit, navyreserve.com

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