At the helm April 2022

At the Helm

It is time once again for the Lowcountry to get its plaid on. We are excited for the return of the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing golf tournament, which has been played annually at Harbour Town Golf Links since 1969.

We can’t wait to see the sport’s best vie for the prestigious crown — and we look forward to seeing the community reveling in one of the state’s premier events.

Planning to watch the tournament? Don’t miss our RBC Heritage guide, which looks at the top players, offers a full schedule of events and includes notable record-setting accomplishments.

Learn about dedicated volunteers who have more than 80 years of participation at the Heritage, and make sure to check out our descriptions of the Lowcountry’s top golf course communities. You’ll also find the best of colorful spring fashion from top local boutiques.

A long-standing local business has new owners. Learn about the transition that landed the nearly 50-year-old Paint & Paper Tiger under new family ownership. The paint store on Hilton Head Island plans to continue to serve the community.

The Russia-Ukraine war is captivating the world. We spoke to 20-year-old Ukrainian pianist Illia Ovcharenko, who performed at the Hilton Head International Piano Competition. He describes his concern for his family and his native country and expresses appreciation for the support he received during his stay in the Lowcountry.

It’s a poignant story not to be missed. Schools in the Lowcountry are reaching maximum capacity. We highlight how the county school district plans to deal with the growth.

Thank you for making Monthly a part of your spring and for continuing to inspire us.