On Saturday, December 5th, many came out to participate in the island’s Holiday Festival! As seen here, it was all smiles.
The predictions were all over the place in the days leading up to Hurricane Florence’s landfall. The storm strengthened one day to a strong category four, but weakened the next to a category two.
The Daniel Island News conducted a survey among our readers, using the paper’s email data base, to assess how the community responded to last week’s hurricane threat.
The issue of a lack of available public gym space is not a new one for residents of Daniel Island interested in recreation.
In the fall of 1998, a small gathering of friends and neighbors took place in a Daniel Island home on the first Friday of the month.
Wouldn’t it be great if an instruction manual came with every new little bundle of joy?
Knowing full well the unpredictability of Hurricane Florence, Daniel Island/Cainhoy area residents made the best of last week’s storm developments and preparations, choosing to use the unanticipated respite as a time to gather with family and friends, take golf cart rides, catch up on house projects, read, cook, exercise and more.
September is Hunger Action Month
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