2B.MOULTRIE NEWS ___________________________________ www.moultrienews.com _______________________________ Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Golf for a cause
Jeannie at 670-3146.
What: The ECCO Fore Our Needy Neighbors Golf Tourna-
Fax information to 958-7490, Vacation Bible School ment, presented by NUCOR
mail to the Moultrie News, 134 Columbus St.,Charleston, SC 29403 What: The 2012 VBS Equipping Conference When: Tuesday, May 22, 1 p.m.
or e-mail to email@example.com. When: Friday, May 18 beginning at 5:30 Where: The Daniel Island Club, Ralston Creek Course
Where: East Cooper Baptist Church located at 361 Egypt Details: Shotgun Start and Captains Choice. Admission
Road in Mount Pleasant includes lunch, cart and dinner. Foursomes: $700. Players:
Information must be received by 5 p.m. Fridays and will be Details: All area churches who hold Vacation Bible School $175, Hole sponsors: $750. Visit www.eccocharleston.org
published on a space-available basis only. are encouraged to attend for free VBS training. The spe- for sponsor and player forms or call 843-849-9220.
You can also post your event on our Web calendar at
cial guest will be Jeff Slaughter, the author of Lifeway’s VBS
music. The event is free and dinner will be served. You can
register at http://www.ecbconline.com/vbs2012. Geneology workshop
What: Daniel Island Historical Society genealogy work-
Knights of Columbus book sale shop
When: Tuesday, May 22, 7-8 p.m.
Foster care awareness What: Knights of Columbus 99 cent Book Sale Where: Daniel Island Library
What: May is Foster Care Awareness Month. When: Friday, May 18 through Saturday, May 26, 9:30 Details: It’s time to branch out and uncover the stories
Details: In our community, time is running out for many a.m. to 6 p.m. that make up your own personal family tree! Learn more
troubled youth who need your help. Whether you care for Where: The Shoppes at Seaside Farms, 1952 Long Grove about the people and places that shape your past. Serving
them one weekend as a respite provider or seven days a week, Dr. (Rifle Range Road and IOP Connector) as guest speaker for the program will be Patricia Kruger, a
these youth need a stable and loving home. Specialized Alter- Details: Books, both hardcover and paperbacks, all priced Charleston-based genealogist and lecturer. Kruger has been
natives for Families and Youth (SAFY), is a leading provider at 99 cents. Major fundraiser to support the Knights of Co- doing genealogical research for more than 30 years, and her
of therapeutic foster care and is looking for caring people lumbus, Council 9475, philanthropic projects. Book dona- Charleston area roots go back seven generations (she even
who want to become foster parents. SAFY offers extensive tions at site will be appreciated has an 18th century Daniel Island connection). The title of
training, 24-hour support, paid respite and reimbursement. Kruger’s presentation is “Genealogy: Looking at the “I’s” of
There is a special need for families willing to foster teens and Chicken dinner history!” For additional information, send an e-mail to di-
sibling groups. For more information, please call our office firstname.lastname@example.org.
at 803-791-7328 or 866.470-1427. What: VFW Post 10624 Chicken dinner
When: Friday May 18, 6 to 8 p.m.
Where: The VFW Post 10624, 1411 Stuart Engals Blvd. Support group
Democratic women Details: The menu will be stuffed chicken breast with two What: GriefShare
What: Democratic Women Organization planning vegetables, tossed salad, bread and dessert. For more infor- When: Every Tuesday for 13 weeks beginning May 22,
When: Ongoing mation, phone 843-884-0062. 6:30-8:30 pm
Details: All interested individuals (women and men) who Where: Seacoast Church Mount Pleasant, 750 Longpoint
would like to participate actively with the establishment of Precinct 38 Democrats Rd. in Multipurpose Room
an East Cooper Democratic Women Organization, please Details: GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and sup-
call 843-209-7270. What: Mount Pleasant Precinct 38 Democrats monthly port group for people who are grieving the death of someone
breakfast close to them. To register or for more information call: 881-
88 Club When: Saturday, May 19, 9 a.m. 2100 ext. 1135. Cost is $20 for workbook.
Where: Gullah Cuisine restaurant, Johnnie Dodds Bou-
What: 88 Club of Mount Pleasant meeting levard
When: First and third Wednesdays Details: Buffet breakfast, $10; coffee only with donation. East Cooper Coffee Group
Where: Okra Grill (formerly Alex’s) Members and guests invited. Guest speakers: Melva Zinaich What: The East Cooper Coffee Group monthly meeting
Details: The 88 Club of Mount Pleasant meets at the Okra and Peter Tecklenburg, Democratic primary candidates for When: Wednesday, May 23, 10 a.m.
Grill (formerly Alex’s) on the first and third Wednesday of Charleston County Auditor. Call 849-0988 for additional Where: Rodenberg Chapel, Franke Home.
each month. Each meeting has a speaker presenting inter- information. Details: This month’s program speaker is Mike Veeck of
esting and timely programs. Visitors are welcome. For more Charleston’s home team, the RiverDogs. Look forward to a
information, call Phil Siegrist at 881-8768. Breathe to Feel Good lively and interesting talk. Please remember to bring your
spouse and your favorite coffee mug.
Baseball tryouts What: Breathe to Feel Good - A Transformational Breath-
What: Tryouts for the 2012 American Legion Post 147 Se- When: Saturday, May 19, 1 - 2 p.m. Fish fry
nior League baseball team Where: 216 Scott Street, off Coleman Boulevard near What: Etiwan Lodge and Fort Moultre Masonic lodges
When: Wednesday, May 16, 5 p.m. Moultrie Plaza joint fundraiser fish fry
Where: James Island Charter High School Baseball facil- Details: Do you experience panic attacks, anxiety, stress? When: Saturday, May 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
ity located at 1000 Ft. Johnson Rd. on James Island. Give yourself a breather. Transformational Breathing is a Where: Lodge Hall at 438 Whilden St.
Details: Registration begins at 5 p.m. with the tryouts practical, effective and easy-to-access technique for allevi- Details: The cost is $6.50 which includes fried fish, hush
beginning at 5:30 p.m. The tryout is open to players ages 15 ating debilitating states. This unique presentation of con- puppies, french fries and cole slaw with coffee or tea. Vari-
- 19 from the James Island, West Ashley, Wando, Charleston scious breathing can become a life-long tool. It’s pain free ous soft drinks and deserts will also be available. Eat in or
and Johns Island areas. There is no cost to tryout or play and drug free. For info or registration, contact 971-1731 or take out.
American Legion baseball. For additional information, con- Sara@LoveYourBreath.com.
tact Thomas Baskin at 819-8118 or Greg Millhouse at 323-
8093. Veterans memorial service
La Leche League What: Community-wide Veterans Memorial Service
What: La Leche League of Charleston breastfeeding cel- When: Sunday, May 27, at 6 p.m.
An evening with friends ebration and fundraiser Where: The main sanctuary of First Baptist Church at 681
What: “Friendraising” cocktail reception When: Saturday, May 19, 2-5 p.m. McCants Drive, Mount Pleasant
When: Thursday, May 17, 6-8 p.m. Where: St. Andrew’s Church Details: All those who have served our nation in the mili-
Where: Legare Waring House Details: Breastfeeding celebration and fundraiser. It will tary are especially invited to attend this special service and
Details: Friends of MUSC Children’s Hospital is celebrat- be an informal potluck and a silent auction. The whole family bring family members, friends and neighbors. Those who
ing a month of “Friendraising” with a signature cocktail is invited to attend. La Leche League is a nonprofit, non-gov- have lost loved ones as a result of military service are also
reception on Thursday, May 17 at Legare Waring House. ernmental, and non-sectarian organization. Its mission is to welcome along with anyone wanting to honor our veterans.
Complimentary for current members, President Jennifer help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to- Following the service a light supper will be provided free of
Hebra encourages new “Friends” to join in the celebration mother support, encouragement, information and educa- charge by the men’s ministry in the Christian Life Center be-
with a $25 contribution, which can also be applied toward tion. Learn more at www.llli.org or www.lllusa.org/SC/. hind the sanctuary. The Wando Air Force Junior ROTC will
any Friends membership. Contact Tricia Cordina at 843- provide a color guard. Handicapped access is available.
841-9430 for more information or visit our website Friend-
sOfMUSCChildrensHospital.org. East Cooper Republican Club Beir Midrash
What: East Cooper Republican Club meeting
When: Monday, May 21, noon What: Beit Midrash Messianic Congregation will meet
Families Anonymous Where: Mount Pleasant Holiday Inn When: Saturday, June 2, 2012 at 6:30 p.m.
What: Families Anonymous support group Details: Monthly discussion to hear from local elected Where: Citadel Square Baptist Church, 328 Meeting
When: Every Thursday, 7:30 p.m. officials with a speaker discussing current interest items. Street
Where: The library of Hibben United Methodist Church This month’s topic will be “What is the Economic future for Details: The study (Midrash) will be a continuation on
off of Coleman Boulevard South Carolina?” Conservative economist Dr. Russ Sobel God’s instruction about the midtribulation pronouncements
Details: Families Anonymous is a 12 step fellowship for will discuss South Carolina’s economic policy and how it can from the book of Revelation. For more information Call:
those families and friends who have known a feeling of des- be reformed to better create economic growth in the state. 803-327-5898 or e-mail: email@example.com.
peration concerning the destructive behavior of someone Sobel will discuss research from the South Carolina version Please use the Henrietta Street entrance.
very near to them, whether caused by drugs, alcohol, or relat- of his book “Unleashing Capitalism.” The meeting is open to
ed behavioral problems. The program is for those impacted all. Lunch buffet available for $15.
by addiction, not for the addict. For more info, please call
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