Slideshow - A Tour of Bluffton

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Winners 17 LYNNE COPE HUMMELL Winners in the recent Eighth Grade Art Show on exhibit at the Bluffton Library were announced May 7 at the Library. Pictured from left are Caroline O’Gorman, Molly Salus and Neely Albert, along with their art teacher, Pam Donahue, all from Cross Schools. The girls were the first, third and second place winners, respectively, of People’s Choice Awards. Other winners, judged by members of the Society of Bluffton Artists, were: Neely Albert, First Place; Avery Chen, H.E. McCracken Middle, Second Place; Brenna Potter, H.E. McCracken, Third Place co-winner; and Rachael Nix, Bluffton Middle, Third Place co-winner.
Quinnie’s Covers SUBMITTED From left, 8-year-old Bellamy Barrett, Michelle Fraser of the 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, and Nila Barrett surround dozens of donated blankets from Quinnie’s Covers, a local organization created by the Barrett family following the September 2017 death of 13-month-old Quinn Barrett. Each blanket is marked with a special hand-sewn tag. Since its inception, Quinnie’s Covers has donated nearly 900 blankets to local hospitals and other service providers across the country. “We just want families to know that they are loved, that they’re prayed for and that someone cares,” said Nila Barrett of Lady’s Island. For more information, visit QuinniesCovers.com.
In Harmony SUBMITTED In March, the Hilton Head Lighthouse Chorus and the Sun City Harmonizers (aka New River Harmony) performed a benefit concert at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Bluffton for the St. Stephens AMC Church Food Bank in Ridgeland. Through the generosity of the attendees, more than $2,100 was raised. Pictured are Bill Andrus, left, of the Hilton Head Lighthouse Chorus, and Jack Barton, right, of the Sun City Harmonizers, presenting a check to Helen Shuler, administrator of the food bank, which serves more than 1,600 people every month and is considered one of the leading food banks of the Lowcountry.

Welcome to the beautiful lowcountry and Bluffton, SC.

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