Archive: August 2018

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After the winter storm of 2018, many residents have been waiting to see how various palm species within their landscape would fare. If your landscape experienced palm damage, here are a few tips to make an assessment for your palms. When there is a frost or cold injury, the lower…  …Read More
Daniel Island’s Park Day festival, originally created 16 years ago as a charitable event to support Charleston area nonprofits, has grown each year to become one of our community’s largest and most complex annual events. The festival requires tremendous staff time year-round and increased funding each year. After much contemplation…  …Read More
The Daniel Island Community Foundation was set up as a vehicle for Daniel Island residents and businesses to fund non-profit initiatives. A resident advisory committee was established in 2018 to assist in identifying charitable causes and organizations important to Daniel Island residents. The DI Community Foundation and the resident advisory…  …Read More
Daniel Island is Turning Teal in September to promote Ovarian Cancer Awareness. Every year in the U.S. 22,000 new cases of ovarian cancer will be diagnosed and 14,000 women will die from the disease. There is NO early detection test for ovarian cancer which makes awareness and knowledge of the…  …Read More
Sponsorships for this marquis event are available NOW and are anticipated to go quickly! Sponsorship packages are created to maximize benefits for our Holiday Festival Sponsors. The 15th Annual Daniel Island Holiday Festival will feature our Sponsors as well as more than 100 holiday shopping vendors, a phenomenal kids’ zone,…  …Read More
Sending kids off to college isn’t easy for you or them. So send them off with a memento of home, a Daniel Island Map t-shirt! This shirt is also a great gift idea for anyone on your list. The DI Map Shirts are now on SALE. For a limited time…  …Read More
The S.C. Emergency Management Division (SCEMD) has released the official 2018 South Carolina Hurricane Guide. SCEMD and partner agencies have updated the Guide for the 2018 hurricane season. It details useful information on what residents should do before, during and after the landfall of a major hurricane. Sections of the…  …Read More