MEN WHO CARE OF HILTON HEAD STRIVE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
BY BARRY KAUFMAN | PHOTO BY MADISON ELROD
There are problems that seem overwhelming, that fixing them is a task far more weighty than any one person can endure. Poverty. Hunger. Disease.
FIRST TURTLE NEST DEDICATED TO FORMER HILTON HEAD PUBLIC PROJECTS DIRECTOR
BY AMBER KUEHN, SEA TURTLE PATROL HHI DIRECTOR
The first loggerhead turtle nest was found on the Sea Pines beach on May 5. Between now and October the Sea Turtle Patrol will welcome nesting turtles, protect their nests, monitor hatching, and record and report all data to SCDNR.
KARA ARTMAN’S WORK OFFERS A WINDOW INTO THE PAST
BY TIM WOOD | PHOTOS BY RITTERBECK PHOTOGRAPHY
Kara Artman has always been inspired when walking by the water. She loved her time along the Windy City rivers at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She moved to the Lowcountry after graduating in 2009 and has been walking the ocean edges ever since.
PLAN TO GET THE KIDS INVOLVED IN SOMETHING FUN
The countdown to summer vacation has begun, and with it the annual question faced by all parents: What are we going to do with the kids? Whether you’re looking to keep the kids engaged for a week, or just get them out of the house for a few hours so they don’t spend the whole day watching Netflix, there is a great selection of some summer camps right here in the Lowcountry.
Beaufort County School District students won 48 Southeast regional recognitions in the 2022 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition. There were 34 winners at Hilton Head Island High, 12 at May River High and two at Bluffton High.
Students in grades 7 through 12 typically submit more than 350,000 works of art and writing in 30 categories.
STORY BY TIM WOOD | PHOTOS BY ROB KAUFMAN
Ty Gaydish is done with the term “golf cart.” He has been in the cart industry for 30 years and sees the cart world moving far beyond the golf course.
“There has been a term floating around for years, neighborhood electric vehicles, but it never caught on in the industry,” Gaydish said. “I think some are afraid to let the word ‘golf’ go, but the truth is, these carts are used for everyday life these days, so I’m calling them NEVs.”