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Save the Date - February 26, 2015

Posted in: Thursday



The World Affairs Council
On Monday, March 2nd at 6  PM at the Citadel Alumni Center the organization will present a lecture on “The World Politics of a Changing Energy Landscape” by James Clad, a senior advisor at the Center for Naval Analyses as well as an advisor to Jane’s and Cambridge Energy Research Associates. For more information, www.wacharleston.org or by calling 843-729-6743.
Walk to School Day March 4!
Daniel Island School will be participating in National Walk to School Day on Wed., March 4 (rain date is March 6). Students and families can walk from their homes independently, or meet up at certain designated areas to walk together in groups. The three central meeting locations are as follows: the area in front of Scott Park Pool on Beresford Creek Street/Corn Planters Street (for those commuting in from the Clements Ferry Road corridor and that side of Daniel Island); the parking lot to the right of Pierce Park Pool (as you are facing the pool on Pierce Street); and the back of Governors Park near the zip line. Those assembling at Scott Park Pool and Governors Park are asked to gather by 7:30 am, and those meeting at Pierce Park Pool at 7:40 am. Group leaders will be at each of the three locations on the day of the event to guide activities. Adults and children on bikes should plan to wear helmets and obey all traffic signals/stop signs. Please direct questions about the event to Andrea Kelly at atkgeneral@gmail.com or Lauren Chambers at chambersl@bcsdschools.net.
2015 REPUBLICAN PARTY REORGANIZATION MEETING
Reorganization of the following precincts will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room at Hanahan Middle School, 5815 Murray Dr., Hanahan on Saturday March 7 at 11 am: Daniel Island 1-4, Cainhoy, the Village, and Yellow House.
Men’s Fitness Group
F3, a free men’s workout group, is coming to Daniel Island every Saturday morning starting on March 7 at 7 am at Governors Park. F3 workouts are always free of charge, open to all men over age 17, held rain or shine, heat or cold, led by men who participate in the workout in a rotating fashion, with no training or certification necessary, and end with a Circle of Trust. Anyone wanting to participate should wear normal workout attire with running shoes, and dress appropriately for the weather. No additional equipment is needed, but a pair of lightweight gloves (for gripping) is recommended. The group will meet at 6:50 am with the hour workout beginning promptly at 7. To learn more about F3 visit http://www.f3nation.com. If you have interest either show up or send an email to F3Charleston@gmail.com.
Totally Fit Meet up - Life is a Dance
Kae Childs, USC Shag Dance Instructor, will share her story and shag lessons, Wed., March 11, 12-1 pm, Talison Row Community Room 480 Seven Farms Drive, Daniel Island. Totally Fit meets on the second Wed. of each month from noon to 1 p.m. For more information visit www.totallyfit.org or call Linda Howard 843-364-1506.
The Daniel Island Garden Club  
The March meeting is featuring another terrific speaker on March 11 at 1pm at the Providence Baptist Church, 294 Seven Farms Drive, Daniel Island, SC, 29492. Expert South Carolina Master Gardner, Mike Dixon, will  inform you about southern lawn grasses just in time for Spring!  Don't miss his presentation entitled," Easy Lawn Care: What the Professionals Don't Want You To Know!" Join Us!  All are welcome for excellent gardening tips and marvelous refreshments!
Stop Hunger Now
Providence Baptist Church is partnering with Stop Hunger Now on Saturday, March 21 to pack meals that will be shipped around the world.   The setup starts at 8:00, packing will start at 9 am and end when all 10,000 meals have been packed. If you would like to volunteer and help, sign up at www.providencecharleston.org.
Group run/walk
Every Wednesday morning at 8:30 am from Pierce Park Pavilion: Enjoy a 3-mile walk or run along the Wando River and share your thoughts and input with the Daniel Island News’ writers and advertising executives. This is part of the Live a Better Life series sponsored by The Daniel Island News.
TGIFF
Thank Goodness It’s First Friday, an informal social gathering of Daniel Island residents, will be on Friday, March 6 at Daniel’s Landing Clubhouse 6:30- 9 pm. Come out, celebrate and meet new neighbors and old friends. Bring a hors d’ oeuvre to share and your favorite beverage. Kathy and Jim Courtney will be the hosts. Questions? Call Walter and Barbara Jenner 216-2573.
Daniel Island Wyldlife
Each Monday from 7 to 8 pm, 40 to 60 kids gather at the Brookes' house (1712 Doldridge Street) for a night of fun! Wyldlife is for any and all middle school students on Daniel Island. It's a great night of games, music, and much more. For more information email Tracey Lengyel at tlengyel91@gmail.com.
BENG
“Business Executive Networking Group” meets the first Tuesday of every month at the Berkley County Library on DI, 5 to 6:30pm. BENG (www.thebeng.org) is a multidiscipline networking group for mid to senior level executive professionals who are seeking a new career.  Contact Cathey Petkash, cpetkash@frannet.com. Register at http://bengcharleston.eventbrite.com.
WOMEN OF FAITH
Daniel Island ladies of all denominations gather Wednesday mornings at 9 am for an hour of prayer and sharing. Call Joan Vitalo, 884-1484, or Kay Uhler, 971-1445, for details.
Women’s Island Network (WIN)
Join a great group of professional women for a networking luncheon, which is held the last Wednesday of each month at The Islander, from 11:45am – 1pm.  The focus is on helping women be more successful by supporting each other in their respective businesses, and referring each other at every opportunity. Contact Sheila Underwood for more information by calling 843.849.3820 or email Sheila.underwood@suntrust.com. RSVP is required.
TOASTMASTERS
Toastmasters of Daniel Island meet on the first and third Friday of every month, from 12pm to 1pm at Summit Place, 320 Seven Farms Dr.  DI Toastmasters offer an opportunity to become better speakers, to remain fresh in our communication skills and to learn something new every time. Everyone is welcome.  For more information please contact claire@eduave.com or  Brian Richards(843) 884-5987.
AA meetings on DI
Daily M-F 8 am, Tue. 7pm, Fri 7pm at Providence Baptist Church, 294 Seven Farms Dr.; Sat. 8 pm at Holy Cross Church, 299 Seven Farms Dr.
Daniel Island Exchange Club  
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at Laura Alberts from 4:30 to 5:30 pm for networking, civic program development, and community connections. Guests are welcome to attend for free. Contact Kristin Power at kpower@lor4kids.org.
Walk With Me
Every Monday at 10 am. The weekly meeting location will be posted on the POA Facebook page and POA website.
Mom’s Playdate
Join other Moms for monthly playdates at the Pirate Cove playground by Smythe Park. Bring your babies, pre-toddlers, and toddlers for some playtime and Mom time. Playdates pare every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10am, weather permitting. Contact Marie Corbin or Erica Elmenhurst for more details, or just show up. (Marie: 843.729.1924 mariefw@gmail.com and Erica: 562.972.3300 ericaelmenhurst@gmail.com.)
Kindergarten Orientation and Registration
Daniel Island School will host a kindergarten orientation on Monday, April 13th, 2015 at 6:30 in the Multi-Purpose Room. The K-5 program is open to all Berkeley County students who are zoned for Daniel Island School. For the K-5 program, children must be five years of age on or before September 1st. (Berkeley County residents can register their children at their area schools.For more information please call 843-471-2301 or email Hallie Boyce at boyceh@bcsdschools.net.

Save the Date - February 19, 2015

Posted in: Thursday



The World Affairs Council
On Monday, March 2nd at 6  PM at the Citadel Alumni Center the organization will present a lecture on “The World Politics of a Changing Energy Landscape” by James Clad, a senior advisor at the Center for Naval Analyses as well as an advisor to Jane’s and Cambridge Energy Research Associates. The World Affairs Council of Charleston is an organization that fosters a broad knowledge of world affairs and international events.  It hosts six speaking events each year featuring distinguished presenters from U.S. and foreign governments, academic organizations, and the business community. For more information, www.wacharleston.org or by calling 843-729-6743.
2015 REPUBLICAN PARTY REORGANIZATION MEETING
Reorganization of the following precincts will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room at Hanahan Middle School, 5815 Murray Dr., Hanahan on Saturday March 7 at 11 am: Daniel Island 1-4, Cainhoy, the Village, and Yellow House.
Men’s Fitness Group
F3, a free men’s workout group, is coming to Daniel Island every Saturday morning starting on March 7 at 7 am at Governors Park. F3 workouts are always free of charge, open to all men over age 17, held rain or shine, heat or cold, led by men who participate in the workout in a rotating fashion, with no training or certification necessary, and end with a Circle of Trust. Anyone wanting to participate should wear normal workout attire with running shoes, and dress appropriately for the weather. No additional equipment is needed, but a pair of lightweight gloves (for gripping) is recommended. The group will meet at 6:50 am with the hour workout beginning promptly at 7. To learn more about F3 visit http://www.f3nation.com. If you have interest either show up or send an email to F3Charleston@gmail.com.
Group run/walk
Every Wednesday morning at 8:30 am from Pierce Park Pavilion: Enjoy a 3-mile walk or run along the Wando River and share your thoughts and input with the Daniel Island News’ writers and advertising executives. This is part of the Live a Better Life series sponsored by The Daniel Island News.
TGIFF
Thank Goodness It’s First Friday, an informal social gathering of Daniel Island residents, will be on Friday, March 6 at Daniel’s Landing Clubhouse 6:30- 9 pm. Come out, celebrate and meet new neighbors and old friends. Bring a hors d’ oeuvre to share and your favorite beverage. Kathy and Jim Courtney will be the hosts. Questions? Call Walter and Barbara Jenner 216-2573.
Daniel Island Wyldlife
Each Monday from 7 to 8 pm, 40 to 60 kids gather at the Brookes' house (1712 Doldridge Street) for a night of fun! Wyldlife is for any and all middle school students on Daniel Island. It's a great night of games, music, and much more. For more information email Tracey Lengyel at tlengyel91@gmail.com.
BENG
“Business Executive Networking Group” meets the first Tuesday of every month at the Berkley County Library on DI, 5 to 6:30pm. BENG (www.thebeng.org) is a multidiscipline networking group for mid to senior level executive professionals who are seeking a new career.  Contact Cathey Petkash, cpetkash@frannet.com. Register at http://bengcharleston.eventbrite.com.
WOMEN OF FAITH
Daniel Island ladies of all denominations gather Wednesday mornings at 9 am for an hour of prayer and sharing. Call Joan Vitalo, 884-1484, or Kay Uhler, 971-1445, for details.
Women’s Island Network (WIN)
Join a great group of professional women for a networking luncheon, which is held the last Wednesday of each month at The Islander, from 11:45am – 1pm.  The focus is on helping women be more successful by supporting each other in their respective businesses, and referring each other at every opportunity. Contact Sheila Underwood for more information by calling 843.849.3820 or email Sheila.underwood@suntrust.com. RSVP is required.
TOASTMASTERS
Toastmasters of Daniel Island meet on the first and third Friday of every month, from 12pm to 1pm at Summit Place, 320 Seven Farms Dr.  DI Toastmasters offer an opportunity to become better speakers, to remain fresh in our communication skills and to learn something new every time. Public speaking is rated the #1 fear people have, but at DIToastmasters we have fun and provide a mutually supportive feedback which in turn fosters self-confidence and personal growth. Everyone is welcome.  For more information please contact claire@eduave.com or  Brian Richards(843) 884-5987.
AA meetings on DI
Daily M-F 8 am, Tue. 7pm, Fri 7pm at Providence Baptist Church, 294 Seven Farms Dr.; Sat. 8 pm at Holy Cross Church, 299 Seven Farms Dr.
Daniel Island Exchange Club  
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at Laura Alberts from 4:30 to 5:30 pm for networking, civic program development, and community connections. Guests are welcome to attend for free. Contact Kristin Power at kpower@lor4kids.org.

Walk With Me
Every Monday at 10 am. The weekly meeting location will be posted on the POA Facebook page and POA website.
Mom’s Playdate
Join other Moms for monthly playdates at the Pirate Cove playground by Smythe Park. Bring your babies, pre-toddlers, and toddlers for some playtime and Mom time. Playdates pare every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10am, weather permitting. Contact Marie Corbin or Erica Elmenhurst for more details, or just show up. (Marie: 843.729.1924 mariefw@gmail.com and Erica: 562.972.3300 ericaelmenhurst@gmail.com.)
Kindergarten Orientation and Registration
Daniel Island School will host a kindergarten orientation on Monday, April 13th, 2015 at 6:30 in the Multi-Purpose Room. The K-5 program is open to all Berkeley County students who are zoned for Daniel Island School. For the K-5 program, children must be five years of age on or before September 1st. (Berkeley County residents can register their children at their area schools. Those who do not know which schools serve their area please visit the district website to find an interactive map that identifies attendance areas) Registration forms will be available at the school and are also available on the district’s website at www.berkeley.k12.sc.us under Parent Information. Beginning Tuesday, April 14th, parents may register children for kindergarten.  Please bring the following items with you when you register: a completed registration form, the student’s birth certificate, two proofs of residency with street address (utility bill, rental agreement, etc.), and a South Carolina immunization form. Please have all of the following documentation ready with you to enroll. The front office does not accept incomplete packets. For more information please call 843-471-2301 or email Hallie Boyce at boyceh@bcsdschools.net.

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Save the Date - February 12, 2015

Posted in: Thursday



Daniel Island Inshore Fishing Club
The club meets Feb. 17 at 7 pm at the Daniel island Library. The topic is “The ponds of Daniel Island.” Members and all DI residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
re, Mateys: Let’s Dive into Charleston Pirate History!
The Golden Age of Piracy produced some of the most outrageous characters in maritime history…especially here in Charleston! From its earliest days, Charleston was a vital port of call and center of trade, which left it vulnerable to seafaring criminals. Join the Daniel Island Historical Society on Feb. 17, 7-8 pm at the Church of the Holy Cross, 299 Seven Farms Drive, to  explore the daring exploits of the infamous plunderers who left us with a history as rocky as the high seas! Learn more about the “Gentleman Pirate” Stede Bonnet, Edward “Blackbeard” Teach, pirate hunter and statesman William Rhett, and others. Author Christopher Byrd Downey will expose the dastardly deeds that took place during Charleston’s piracy reign and will also share with us how our island namesake, Governor Robert Daniell, responded to the buccaneers’ threat. For additional information on DIHS programs and activities, please visit www.dihistoricalsociety.com.
2015 REPUBLICAN PARTY REORGANIZATION MEETING
Reorganization of the following precincts will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room at Hanahan Middle School, 5815 Murray Dr., Hanahan on Saturday March 7 at 11 am: Daniel Island 1-4, Cainhoy, the Village, and Yellow House.
Group run/walk
Every Wednesday morning at 8:30 am from Pierce Park Pavilion: Enjoy a 3-mile walk or run along the Wando River and share your thoughts and input with the Daniel Island News’ writers and advertising executives. This is part of the Live a Better Life series sponsored by The Daniel Island News.
Daniel Island Wyldlife
Each Monday from 7 to 8 pm, 40 to 60 kids gather at the Brookes' house (1712 Doldridge Street) for a night of fun! Wyldlife is for any and all middle school students on Daniel Island. It's a great night of games, music, and much more. For more information email Tracey Lengyel at tlengyel91@gmail.com.
BENG
“Business Executive Networking Group” meets the first Tuesday of every month at the Berkley County Library on DI, 5 to 6:30pm. BENG (www.thebeng.org) is a multidiscipline networking group for mid to senior level executive professionals who are seeking a new career.  Contact Cathey Petkash, cpetkash@frannet.com. Register at http://bengcharleston.eventbrite.com.
WOMEN OF FAITH
Daniel Island ladies of all denominations gather Wednesday mornings at 9 am for an hour of prayer and sharing. Call Joan Vitalo, 884-1484, or Kay Uhler, 971-1445, for details.
Women’s Island Network (WIN)
Join a great group of professional women for a networking luncheon, which is held the last Wednesday of each month at The Islander, from 11:45am – 1pm.  The focus is on helping women be more successful by supporting each other in their respective businesses, and referring each other at every opportunity. Contact Sheila Underwood for more information by calling 843.849.3820 or email Sheila.underwood@suntrust.com. RSVP is required.
TOASTMASTERS
Toastmasters of Daniel Island meet on the first and third Friday of every month, from 12pm to 1pm at Summit Place, 320 Seven Farms Dr.  DI Toastmasters offer an opportunity to become better speakers, to remain fresh in our communication skills and to learn something new every time. Public speaking is rated the #1 fear people have, but at DIToastmasters we have fun and provide a mutually supportive feedback which in turn fosters self-confidence and personal growth. Everyone is welcome.  For more information please contact claire@eduave.com or  Brian Richards(843) 884-5987.
AA meetings on DI
Daily M-F 8 am, Tue. 7pm, Fri 7pm at Providence Baptist Church, 294 Seven Farms Dr.; Sat. 8 pm at Holy Cross Church, 299 Seven Farms Dr.
Daniel Island Exchange Club  
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at Laura Alberts from 4:30 to 5:30 pm for networking, civic program development, and community connections. Guests are welcome to attend for free. Contact Kristin Power at kpower@lor4kids.org.
Walk With Me
Every Monday at 10 am. The weekly meeting location will be posted on the POA Facebook page and POA website.
Mom’s Playdate
Join other Moms for monthly playdates at the Pirate Cove playground by Smythe Park. Bring your babies, pre-toddlers, and toddlers for some playtime and Mom time. Playdates pare every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10am, weather permitting. Contact Marie Corbin or Erica Elmenhurst for more details, or just show up. (Marie: 843.729.1924 mariefw@gmail.com and Erica: 562.972.3300 ericaelmenhurst@gmail.com.)
Kindergarten Orientation and Registration
Daniel Island School will host a kindergarten orientation on Monday, April 13th, 2015 at 6:30 in the Multi-Purpose Room. The K-5 program is open to all Berkeley County students who are zoned for Daniel Island School. For the K-5 program, children must be five years of age on or before September 1st. (Berkeley County residents can register their children at their area schools. Those who do not know which schools serve their area please visit the district website to find an interactive map that identifies attendance areas) Registration forms will be available at the school and are also available on the district’s website at www.berkeley.k12.sc.us under Parent Information. Beginning Tuesday, April 14th, parents may register children for kindergarten.  Please bring the following items with you when you register: a completed registration form, the student’s birth certificate, two proofs of residency with street address (utility bill, rental agreement, etc.), and a South Carolina immunization form. Please have all of the following documentation ready with you to enroll. The front office does not accept incomplete packets. For more information please call 843-471-2301 or email Hallie Boyce at boyceh@bcsdschools.net.

Save the Date - February 5, 2015

Posted in: Thursday



Totally Fit- Monthly Meet Up
Join them Wed., February 11, 12-1 pm at Seacoast Cafe & Bookstore, 750 Longpoint Rd. Hear from six gifted and inspiring local Christian authors: Kimberly Cordell, What I Learned from Children; Allison Mayfield Herrin, A Heart Abandoned; Linda Howard & Melissa Schatz, Wholly Woman; Jennifer Tubbiolo, Dreamer: The Narthex Series; and, Nicole Seitz, Beyond Molasses Creek. Totally Fit monthly meet-ups are designed to meet the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of the community. We meet the 2nd Wed. of every month from 12-1pm at different locations for a variety of topics and activities. All ages are welcome where ever you are on your health journey! Come and bring a friend.
Peace After Divorce
DIVORCED, or going through a divorce, there is a “Peace after Divorce” group that began on January 22 for 8 weeks every Thursday, 6:30 - 8:30 pm at Holy Cross Church DI. To register or more information go to: www.HolyCross.net or afterdivorceministries.com.
TGIFF
Thank Goodness It’s First Friday, an informal social gathering of Daniel Island residents, will be on Friday, February 6, 2015 at  Daniel’s Landing Clubhouse 6:30- 9 pm. Come out, celebrate Valentine’s Day and meet new neighbors and old friends. Bring an hors d’ oeuvre to share and your favorite beverage. Kathy and Paul Bannister will be the hosts. Call Walter and Barbara Jenner, 216-2573, with questions.
8th Annual Father-Daughter Dance
Dads, mark your calendars for the 8th Annual Father-Daughter Dance on Monday, February 9, 6– 8 pm. This “red carpet” event is a Valentine season highlight that your princesses will look forward to year after year. The dance is located at Seacoast Church’s main auditorium on Long Point Road.  Join us for an evening of dinner, dancing, roses for your daughter, and photos.  There will also be raffles for prize packages for moms and dads.  The event is hosted by Lowcountry Christian Community School. To register for the event, visit their website: www.lowcountrychristian.com/dance. Cost for the event is $35 for dad and one princess (add $15 for each additional princess).
Daniel Island Garden Club
The club meets Feb. 11 at 1 pm at the Providence Baptist Church, 294 Seven Farms Drive, Daniel Island. The guest speaker is Feng Shui expert , Eileen Conti Weklar, who will share the traditions of Chinese New Year! Learn about what the year of the Green Wood Goat has in store for you. Refreshments are served and all are welcome! (Jerri Pogue, gbpogue@aol.com, 703.967.4993).
“Ahoy there, Mateys: Let’s Dive into Charleston Pirate History!”
The Golden Age of Piracy produced some of the most outrageous characters in maritime history…especially here in Charleston! From its earliest days, Charleston was a vital port of call and center of trade, which left it vulnerable to seafaring criminals. Join the Daniel Island Historical Society on Feb. 17, 7-8 pm at the Church of the Holy Cross, 299 Seven Farms Drive, to  explore the daring exploits of the infamous plunderers who left us with a history as rocky as the high seas! Learn more about the “Gentleman Pirate” Stede Bonnet, Edward “Blackbeard” Teach, pirate hunter and statesman William Rhett, and others. Author Christopher Byrd Downey will expose the dastardly deeds that took place during Charleston’s piracy reign and will also share with us how our island namesake, Governor Robert Daniell, responded to the buccaneers’ threat. For additional information on DIHS programs and activities, please visit www.dihistoricalsociety.com.
Group run/walk
Every Wednesday morning at 8:30 am from Pierce Park Pavilion: Enjoy a 3-mile walk or run along the Wando River and share your thoughts and input with the Daniel Island News’ writers and advertising executives. This is part of the Live a Better Life series sponsored by The Daniel Island News.
Daniel Island Wyldlife
Each Monday from 7 to 8 pm, 40 to 60 kids gather at the Brookes' house (1712 Doldridge Street) for a night of fun! Wyldlife is for any and all middle school students on Daniel Island. It's a great night of games, music, and much more. For more information email Tracey Lengyel at tlengyel91@gmail.com.
BENG
“Business Executive Networking Group” meets the first Tuesday of every month at the Berkley County Library on DI, 5 to 6:30pm. BENG (www.thebeng.org) is a multidiscipline networking group for mid to senior level executive professionals who are seeking a new career.  Contact Cathey Petkash, cpetkash@frannet.com. Register at http://bengcharleston.eventbrite.com.
WOMEN OF FAITH
Daniel Island ladies of all denominations gather Wednesday mornings at 9 am for an hour of prayer and sharing. Call Joan Vitalo, 884-1484, or Kay Uhler, 971-1445, for details.
Women’s Island Network (WIN)
Join a great group of professional women for a networking luncheon, which is held the last Wednesday of each month at The Islander, from 11:45am – 1pm.  The focus is on helping women be more successful by supporting each other in their respective businesses, and referring each other at every opportunity. Contact Sheila Underwood for more information by calling 843.849.3820 or email Sheila.underwood@suntrust.com. RSVP is required.
TOASTMASTERS
Toastmasters of Daniel Island meet on the first and third Friday of every month, from 12pm to 1pm at Summit Place, 320 Seven Farms Dr.  DI Toastmasters offer an opportunity to become better speakers, to remain fresh in our communication skills and to learn something new every time. Public speaking is rated the #1 fear people have, but at DIToastmasters we have fun and provide a mutually supportive feedback which in turn fosters self-confidence and personal growth. Everyone is welcome.  For more information please contact claire@eduave.com or  Brian Richards(843) 884-5987.
AA meetings on DI
Daily M-F 8 am, Tue. 7pm, Fri 7pm at Providence Baptist Church, 294 Seven Farms Dr.; Sat. 8 pm at Holy Cross Church, 299 Seven Farms Dr.
Daniel Island Exchange Club  
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at Laura Alberts from 4:30 to 5:30 pm for networking, civic program development, and community connections. Guests are welcome to attend for free. Contact Kristin Power at kpower@lor4kids.org.
Walk With Me
Every Monday at 10 am. The weekly meeting location will be posted on the POA Facebook page and POA website.
Mom’s Playdate
Join other Moms for monthly playdates at the Pirate Cove playground by Smythe Park. Bring your babies, pre-toddlers, and toddlers for some playtime and Mom time. Playdates pare every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10am, weather permitting. Contact Marie Corbin or Erica Elmenhurst for more details, or just show up. (Marie: 843.729.1924 mariefw@gmail.com and Erica: 562.972.3300 ericaelmenhurst@gmail.com.)

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