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AMIkids Croquet Tournament

By Wendy Nilsen Pollitzer   Last weekend, Brays Island hosted the 20th Annual Croquet Tournament to benefit AMIkids (formerly Beaufort Marine Institute). This year’s event broke a fundraising record for the annual sporting classic. The tournament successfully raised $88,000 for AMIkids, an organization that provides a second chance for young men who would otherwise be… Keep Reading

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Morning Yoga on the Bluff

  On Thursday, May 19, Shelley Lowther and Marty Crocker of Dancing Dogs Yoga offered a free morning yoga class, followed by breakfast on the Bluff at Pinckney Retreat. The event was sponsored by First Citizens Bank, the Marek-Polk Group, Higher Ground and Dancing Dogs Yoga.     Keep Reading

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Water Festival Championship Sports Series

Now is the time to sign up for the 3rd Beaufort Water Festival Championship Sports Series sponsored by Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Register your team early as space is limited! Teams will be required to participate in at least six events. Leader board positions will be posted nightly during the festival for competition tracking. Keep Reading

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Air station to host “Run for the Tea” 3K/5K

  The Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Officers’ Spouses’ Club will host its Inaugural “Run for the Tea” 3K/5K Family Fun Run at 8 a.m. on Saturday, June 4, at the air station. The run will start and finish in the Afterburners parking lot. Keep Reading

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The woes (and rewards) of wedding dress shopping

By Cherimie Crane     After months of dragging my Flintstone-flat feet and eloquently expressing every single excuse — some real, some not so real — I went wedding dress shopping. For some girls this day is something planned, organized, and anticipated in ways only girls who dream of weddings can understand. I am not… Keep Reading

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Little Bits of Royal Chatter

by Peggy Chandler The Royal Pines Garden Club met May 11 for its annual luncheon held at the Lady’s Island Country Club. Following the luncheon, members gathered at the Quilt Garden, located near the entrance of Royal Pines Boulevard for the unveiling of a sign that reads, “DEDICATED TO OUR FOUNDING MEMBERS ROYAL PINES GARDEN… Keep Reading

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In search of the best breakfast

By Pamela Brownstein   I’m not a breakfast snob. Wait. The fact I even have to use that disclaimer means that I actually AM a breakfast snob. I’ll admit it. I’m a purveyor of pancakes, an expert on eggs, a champion for cereal, a sucker for sausage links. Keep Reading

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Black Chamber to host Artist Showcase 2011 The Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce welcomes local and visiting exhibitors to the Artist Showcase 2011 scheduled for May 27-28 at Sea Island Best Western in downtown Beaufort. The ninth annual event is free and open to the public Friday, May 27, from Noon until 8 p.m.… Keep Reading

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Campaign enforces S.C. seat belt safety

  The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office will be participating in the 2011 Buckle Up South Carolina campaign. The men and women of the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office are proud to partner with the South Carolina Department of Public Safety and law enforcement agencies throughout the state in the annual Memorial Day Buckle Up South Carolina… Keep Reading

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BEAUFORT CHAMBER WINS NATIONAL AWARD FOR F-35 CAMPAIGN

The Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce is landing national recognition for their Operation F35-Beaufort campaign from the American Chamber of Commerce Executives. Operation F35-Beaufort and the Chamber will be awarded a Gold Award this August as part of the 27th Annual Awards of Communication Excellence at the 2011 ACCE Convention in Los Angeles. Keep Reading

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