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Fun in the Sun for Everyone

Fun in the Sun for Everyone

Pockets Full of Sunshine hosts annual event A happy group of 2022 Fun in the Sun for Everyone  participants  Since 2014, Pockets Full of Sunshine (PFS), 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, has been...

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Stay Gold

Stay Gold

Grady Lambert just wanted to run across the country and change some lives. His run was cut short, but his mission has only just begun. Somewhere out there, a miracle happened, and we all missed it....

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Dadpreneurs

Dadpreneurs

Pete Savarese, The Ice Cream Cone, Located in Coligny Plaza,  1 N Forest Beach Dr, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 (843) 785-4440 colignyicecreamcone.com Fatherhood is a calling, one that can sometimes...

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A Dad Grows Up

A Dad Grows Up

  It’s a question I get asked all the time. What does it take to be a dad? The people asking me this question are all hypothetical, and in fact may be figments of my imagination, but it does...

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What Is Your Superpower?

What Is Your Superpower?

What is your superpower? In his inspiring song Jevon Daly sings, “Your power could be your muscles. Your power could be your brains. Outside we all look different. Inside we’re all the same.” He...

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Family Traditions

Family Traditions

Seemingly festive, soulful and uplifting, the word “holiday” comes from the Old English words “hālig” meaning holy and “dæg” meaning day. But for a great many of us, the word holiday means an...

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The Greatest Generation, Part One

The Greatest Generation, Part One

In 2009, shortly after my Aunt Madeline died, my Uncle Al Pohlig wrote a letter to his (then) nine great grandchildren, which was then shared with his many nieces and nephews as well. It was a brief (he considered 17 pages brief) history of their lives, a gift as we grew older, so that, in his words, we would “know something about us and what shaped our lives and made us the way we are.”
Uncle Al passed this summer at age 97. His goal of being the last living World War II veteran wasn’t realized, but he has left a lasting impression and a story for the ages.
This is his story, told in his voice, interpreted by me, his great-niece who grew up lucky to be surrounded by “Uncle Al,” his humor, his quirks (only buy American), and his stories.

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Ciao, Lowcountry!

Ciao, Lowcountry!

Unless you’ve been living in a tree stump, you may have noticed the island has been rather … ahem … congested these past few months. How often does one muse, “Where are all these people coming...

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Friendship: Love that Lasts

Friendship: Love that Lasts

Most adults have a broad circle of acquaintances and a much smaller circle of close friends—you know, the ones who would drop everything to drive us to the airport or the hospital; the ones who show...

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A+ Local Educators

A+ Local Educators

If you ask anyone to name the person who had the biggest impact on their life, nine times out of 10, you’re going to hear about a teacher. And that’s because changing lives is the single most...

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A Parent’s Guide to Bullying

A Parent’s Guide to Bullying

How’s this for irony? The word “bully” was first recorded in around 1530 from the Middle Dutch word “boele” or “lover,” and it was not until the 1700s that bully came to mean a “swaggering coward.”...

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