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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.
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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
continued from page 1 programs for their communities have watched it pay for itself within one year’s time. Families whose children were involved in these programs returned to the workforce exponentially faster than the average family on welfare. I am not saying we will fix America’s national debt with the FIT FUND, but is a positive step in the right direction,” explains Kraszewski. The Boys and Girls Club of the Lowcountry is one of many trying to keep its doors open to the community; but, due to cuts in funding and grants, they are struggling. The FIT FUND
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.
will aid in a new and improved health and fitness program that will reach out to ALL the youth in the Beaufort community. The program will offer a safe, organized and motivating atmosphere for them to build a solid foundation of health. Tickets for Shindig at the Shack are $40 per person, which includes entertainment, food, wine and beer. Tickets may be purchased at Get Fit, 37C Sams Point Road or by calling 843-524-2348. You may also email Get Fit at getfitladysisland@gmail. com for more information. See you all at the Shack!
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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€™s Night Last week, the Ladyâ€™s Island McDonaldâ€™s restaurant hosted a â€œMcTeacherâ€™s Nightâ€? for Ladyâ€™s Island Intermediate and Middle School.Â The event was from 5:00 8:00pm.Â Teachers from the school helped work the restaurant for those three hours, and students and their families were encouraged to stop byÂ for dinnerÂ and see their teachers in action.Â In return, McDonaldâ€™s donated 15% of the receipts for those three hours.Â The event was a huge success and fun for all that attended.Â
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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School News Movie Madness at Ladyâ€™s Island Elementary
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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.
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€™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.Â 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.Â St. Peterâ€™s took 1st place male
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