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September 4, 2020

A Labor Day History

For all my history buffs out there, here are some interesting facts about Labor Day and the origins of the holiday. The Early American Working Conditions Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. It is traditionally the first Monday in September. It was created by the […]
August 7, 2020
George H Seago Jr Library

George H Seago Jr and His Love for Summerville

The Dorchester County Library on Old Trolley Road first opened its doors in the 1970s.  George H Seago Jr is the man largely responsible for the inception to opening day for Summerville’s first local public library.  Access to books for the public prior to that was only through small, private […]
July 22, 2020
Working Remotely

How is Working Remotely Changing Home Buying Trends?

Through these unique and challenging times, you may have found your home becoming your office, your children’s classroom, your workout facility, and your family’s safe haven. With close to four in ten Americans now working remotely due to COVID, they are rethinking what they need in a home.  Half of […]
July 1, 2020

Uncle Sam – The Story Behind the Symbol

Did you know that there really was an Uncle Sam, the most popular personification of the United States?  Most Americans think of the early 20th century and Sam’s frequent appearance on army recruitment posters.  The figure of Uncle Sam dates from the War of 1812. Origination of Uncle Sam It […]
May 16, 2020
Memorial Day

A Memorial Day History

Memorial Day’s Meaning When we think of Memorial Day, thoughts of BBQ’s, picnics, and beaches may come to mind.  Let’s not forget the true origin of the holiday.  It’s is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May.  It honors the men and women who died while serving […]
April 2, 2020
Walking Tour

Summerville Historic Homes and Flowers Walking Tour – the details!

Here are some great information on some of the historic homes in Summerville.  The Summerville Historic Homes and Flowers Walking Tour is also a great way to spend the afternoon.  Check out the map or download the brochure.  You can park at Azalea Park near the tennis courts and start […]
March 27, 2020
Coastal Produce Summerville

Coastal Produce – Since 1991!

Who What and Where Coastal Produce is a long-time icon in Summerville and a great place to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables.  It’s located on the corner of West 4th North St and North Cedar St and has been since they opened in 1991.  The father/son team of CB and […]
March 5, 2020
Berlin G Myers

Berlin G Myers – A Summerville Icon

Every one in Summerville knows the Berlin G Myers Parkway, but do you know about Mr Berlin G Myers?  He is an excellent example of someone from “The Greatest Generation”.  The common characteristics of Greatest Generation members are that they lived through and experienced the hardships of the Great Depression […]
February 22, 2020
Active Adults

Active Adult Communities and Their Benefits

I’m sure everyone has heard the saying “60 is the new 40!”  The senior generation today is definitely more active, physically fit, and social.  With this, there is a growing desire to create a lifestyle that adapts and facilitates a community of like-minded people.  There is a comfortable feeling being […]