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The Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission hosted a fairy house festival on Jan. 23 at Palmetto Island County Park. The outdoor event had a storytelling tour with the Charleston Public Library, selfie scavenger hunt, food trucks and of course, fairy house building. 

The Lowcountry Blessing Box Project allows those facing food insecurity to take items they need at any time of the day. The boxes are maintained individually and anyone can drop off non-perishable goods and toiletries. 

Claire Teuber retired from Moultrie Middle School after teaching art for almost 30 years. One of her favorite projects to teach was a collaborative portrait where each student worked on a small section and they would not know the final outcome until all of the pieces were put together. 

Ivybrook Academy in Mount Pleasant opened in November and held an open house event over the weekend for prospective parents and children. The preschool's education model focuses on students as individual learners whose gifts and strengths should be valued. 

From peppy game day chants to an energetic hip hop routine and Lady Gaga themed pom dance, the Bishop England High School Pom Squad dancers performed their regional competition routines for an audience of family and friends after the school decided not to attend due to COVID-19.

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Lowcountry Landscapes provides a place for our readers to share a photo of the beautiful places in our area. We are looking for natural landscapes, harbors, beaches, buildings, parks, bridges, marshes, and any other spot you, the reader, wants to share. No people, but birds, bees, turtles, d…

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The Mount Pleasant Farmer's Market has extended its hours into the holidays. Mount Pleasant residents can shop for local produce and products at Moultrie Middle School from 3-7 p.m. Tuesdays.

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The Town of Mount Pleasant's Special Events staff worked with the Magwood family to organize an event to honor the life of Wayne Magwood on Thursday, Oct. 1.

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The Wando Band held visual marching and movement rehearsal on Tuesday, Sept. 15.

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The 2020-21 Academic Year for Charleston County School District began on Sept. 8. The district had more than 13,000 students scheduled for in-person instruction during the first week of school and more than 35,000 learning virtually; either in the Virtual Academy or temporarily remote.

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Read about how Mount Pleasant natives,Henrietta Snype and Corey Alston, celebrate their generational Sweetgrass basket heritage here.

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Six new 4-foot tall, vibrantly painted oyster sculptures will soon be on public display in various parks and areas in the town of Mount Pleasant.

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Moultrie Middle School held a drive-thru graduation for its eighth grade class on Wednesday evening. The celebration consisted of a caravan of graduates through the carpool lane as faculty greeted families with silly string and congratulatory signage.

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On May 21 from 6-8 p.m., Bishop England High School celebrated the Class of 2020 by hosting their Senior Day. The celebration fell within the school's Senior Week they designed to recognize the entire graduating class for it's accomplishments.

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The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce (MPCC) held their first responder recognition a little differently for the month of May.

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On Thursday, April 30, Oceanside Collegiate Academy held a drive-thru parade for the Class of 2020 graduating seniors to pick up their cap and gown, yearbook and other end of the school year materials.

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On Tuesday morning, April 28, health care workers at East Cooper Medical Center were greeted by a drive-thru parade of first responders conducted by the Mount Pleasant Police Department, Mount Pleasant Fire Department and Charleston County EMS. The event was organized to honor the work of me…

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On April 23, Mount Pleasant resident Amy Fore turned 100-years-old. To celebrate friends and family dressed up and surprised Fore in her yard on McCants Drive in the Old Village neighborhood. To read the full story, click here.