April 2012

Fashion From the Porcupine - Heritage Golf Fashion Day and Night

The Porcupine is in The Village at Wexford, www.porcupinestyle.com or 785.2779

Author:Special To C2 Magazine

The Right Caterer Makes Entertaining A Breeze

The Lowcountry is in full bloom; beaches, tennis courts and golf courses are calling, and—like it or not—company is coming. Along with the influx of visitors comes the opportunity (and obligation) to entertain. Not quite sure you can or even want to, handle the preparation,…
Author:David Gignilliat

Island Girl Fashion

Photography by Anne
Photography Assistant: Nicola Huffstickler
Makeup: Rachel Wisnefski
Bike: Atlantic Bike Rentals

Author:Special To C2 Magazine

April Hello My Name is Sir Willie Innes: The Spirt of RBC Heritage

My name is Sir William Innes, but my friends call me Willie or Sir Willie. You may have seen me around Hilton Head Island, Harbour Town Golf Links or on something called Twitter and Facebook. I grew up in the boring/ exciting town of Highlands…

April 2012 Tips From a Pro - Ball Position: Why It Matters

Years ago, ball position was taught the same way to everyone. The driver was to be played off the front foot instep with each club moving progressively further back in the stance until the sand wedge was played off the rear foot instep. The problem…
Author:Pete Popovich

Silly Wabbit - A Look at Some Famous Bunnies

I always found it odd that Easter was celebrated with a white bunny. I mean really; Lent ends, and the second you are allowed to consume meat again, there’s a potential meaty delicacy handing you colored eggs, marshmallow peeps, and chocolate versions of itself? Apparently, I…
Author:Courtney Hampson

April 2012: Lisa Sulka

Bluffton Believes in Business Business license fees are a major source of revenue for the Town of Bluffton. Over the past 10 years, we have seen a major increase in licenses, from 62 to over 2,000. We appreciate the business community and want to help them…
Author:Lisa Sulka

April 2012: Drew Laughlin

Discover Your Parks What do Wi-Fi, a floating stone, and a 417-year-old Southern Red Cedar tree have in common? They can all be found at various town parks! Many Hilton Head Islanders drive up and down U.S. 278 turning right or left to grocery shop, visit…
Author:Drew Laughlin

Expands Services to Families of Fallen Heroes - A Conversation With the Jordan Family

Since its founding in 2008, Operation R&R USA has provided hundreds of free vacations on Hilton Head Island for returning Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families. Property owners, volunteers, restaurants and vacation-oriented businesses make this all possible. In 2011, the non-profit group expanded to…
Author:Paul deVere

Income Strategies For Retirement

Will I have enough money in retirement? It’s a question more and more Americans are asking. Baby boomers in particular wonder if they’ll be able to live comfortably and securely when they leave the workaday world. The good news is that you may be able…
Author:Wells Fargo Advisors

The Doctor is In - Local 'Bike Doctor' Celebrates 20 Years in Business

I didn’t ask James Bradford why he decided to name his company, “The Bike Doctor” because some things just fit too perfectly to muddle the story up with extraneous details. If you live on Hilton Head Island and you ride a bike, chances are you…
Author:Frank Dunne, Jr.

Shaking the Foundations - Bold Real Estate Brokerage Primed For Takeoff

Rich Neste is a man who doesn’t shy away from a challenge. Even with ten years of Island real estate experience, when Charlene Neste opened the doors of Foundation Realty back in 2007, conventional thinkers probably didn’t see Foundation Realty surviving the crunch. Not only…
Author:Peter Zink

Radiance - A Refreshing Shopping Experience For the Young-Minded

If anyone has any doubt that we have turned the corner on the dour economy or that spring is bursting full-bloom out of that weak excuse for a winter, just step inside Radiance, a delightfully charming women’s specialty store in the shadow of Harbour Town’s…
Author:David Tobias

Perfect Presents -Gifted Hilton Head Adds The ‘Wow’ To Every Occasion

If you are looking for treasure on the island, you’ll find a trove of gems, gadgets and gifts at Gifted Hilton Head—a fun, whimsical place where you can gift yourself or someone else with the latest sassy, sophisticated, or simply perfect gift for any celebration.…
Author:Debbie Szpanka

The 2012 Heritage Is On!

It was the evening of June 15, 2011. Steve Wilmot was busy doing something he had never had to do before. But the unusual had become usual for the tournament director. “I worked with Senator (Lindsey) Graham’s office up until about 8 o’clock on Wednesday…
Author:Paul deVere

Behind the Gates

Palmetto Dunes Do you want to be in the middle of everything? Then have a look at Palmetto Dunes, three interconnected communities engulfing 2,000 acres at the center of Hilton Head Island: The Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort, Shelter Cove and Leamington, a combination that gives you…
Author:Frank Dunne, Jr.

A Wise Cut of Meat - WiseGuys Adds Open Kitchen, New Steak Menu

Sometimes you wonder how your food is being prepared when you visit a restaurant. Is your ticket sitting idly in the hopper behind the kitchen doors? Are the servers picking up your food right when it’s ready? Is the chef using fresh ingredients to prepare…
Author:Peter Zink

Prep Names New Head of Lower School

All great teachers are prepared when an opportunity comes their way. For Jane Inglis, preparation amounted to accumulated knowledge and experience gained from 27 years of teaching first and second grade at Hilton Head Preparatory School, three years as teacher and administrator at Hilton Head…
Author:David Tobias

Art Invasion: Peter Max Coming to Hilton Head

From April 21 to 28, the Karis Art Gallery in The Village at Wexford will be home to a collection of works by art icon Peter Max. On April 27 and 28, the icon himself will be here. Max quite literally burst onto the art scene…
Author:Paul deVere

April 2012: A Line In The Sand - Should ENGLISH be the Offical Language of the United States?

“Americans continue to overwhelmingly believe that English should be the official language of the United States and reject by sizable margins the idea that such a move is racist or a violation of free speech.”

Author:Frank Dunne, Jr. & Courtney Hampson

April 2012: Charity Corner - 2012 Hilton Head Island Seafood Fest: David M. Carmines Memorial Foundation Fundaraiser set for April 28th

The fifth annual Hilton Head Island Seafood Fest, sponsored by the David M. Carmines Memorial Foundation, is set to take place on April 28, 2012, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Shelter Cove Community Park. The popular, family-friendly event serves as the foundation’s annual fundraiser…
Author:Erin Carmines

April 2012: Our Town - Name That Tune: Hilton Head High School Presents a Slice of American Pie

Hilton Head Island High School is baking another slice of American Pie as it gears up for its seventh annual production of the always-entertaining student and faculty talent show. A musical event that will blow audiences away, this year’s American Pie theme, “Name that Tune,”…
Author:Lily Bartell

April 2012: Series of Fortunate Events

To be included in our next Series of Fortunate Events, please email Ashton Kelley a PHOTO and A SENTENCE (not a paragraph) at a.kelley@celebratehiltonhead.com. Photos will not be accepted without a sentence. Sentences will not be accepted without a photo. Paragraphs will be edited…
Author:Special To C2 Magazine

April 2012: Editor's Note - My Editor's Note Has Attention Deficit Disorder

I cannot for the life of me think about ONE THING to write about this month. It’s like I have dozens of little half-thoughts in my brain, but none of them warrant 300 words. I think I have Spring fever.


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