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  • 20 Sep 2021 12:57 PM | Myla Lerner

    WE'RE BACK!  Tickets now on sale for The Thanksgiving Play, Larissa FastHorse’s wickedly funny satire, where a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artists scrambles to create a pageant that somehow manages to celebrate both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.

    MASKS will be required for all patrons, staff and volunteers inside the HHPS Main Street Theatre and PROOF OF VACCINATION OR NEGATIVE COVID TEST will be required for all patrons, staff, volunteers and onstage performers.

    AT HOME VIEWING OPTION available for Oct 29-31 performances.

    Go to website or call Amanda at 843-715-6676 to order tickets or to answer any questions.  See you at the show!

  • 12 Sep 2021 3:17 PM | Anonymous



    NAMIWalks Your Way
    8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. | Saturday, October 9
    Coligny Beach

    On Saturday October 9th, 2021, all roads lead to our second National Day of Hope. That's when NAMIWalks’ events unite across the country, virtually and in-person to support mental health.

    NAMI Lowcountry will be hosting 2021 NAMIWalks Your Way at Coligny Beach from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

    On that day, NAMIWalks’ participants, mental health advocates and NAMI partners make strides to support NAMI Lowcountry’s mission and celebrate Mental Health for All during this demanding year of challenges and changes.

    There is no fee to register for this event. Every individual who personally raises $100 will be recognized on walk day with our event T- shirt. To register, click the link below!

    Click Here to Register for NAMIWalks Your Way

  • 30 Aug 2021 1:49 PM | Liberal Ladies Chair (Administrator)

    The Hilton Head Island Town Council is meeting on Tuesday, August 31 at 3:00 pm for “Review and Discussion of Preliminary Local Concepts and Key Project Enhancements for the William Hilton Parkway Gateway Corridor”. The meeting will be conducted virtually and can be viewed on the Town of Hilton Head Island Public Meetings Facebook Page.

    Below is COIN’s Response to Latest MKSK 278 Project Preliminary Concepts:

    After review of the slide deck of the MKSK Open House Presentation of Preliminary Local Concepts and Key Project Enhancements for the SCDOT 278 Corridor Project, COIN notes the following:

    MKSK has developed some significant improvements to the SCDOT 278 Corridor plan including:

    1. Design of a meandering, landscaped roadway to create a traffic calming parkway.
    2. Separation of multi-use trails and sidewalks from roadway to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety along the sides of the roadway.
    3. Retaining eastbound left turn onto Squire Pope Rd and eliminating SCDOT’s U-turn and turn signal at Old Wild Horse Road.
    4. Using “smart technology” for all traffic signals.

    However, there remain significant deficiencies with this modified design which require additional development:

    1. With 6 through lanes, the impact to the Stoney community is still a greatly increased right-of-way from 78 feet to 118 feet, a 51% increase. This impact on the Stoney community remains unacceptable.
    2. Additional turn lanes at Squire Pope Road and Spanish Wells/Wild Horse Road intersections are not acceptable and worsen safety issues for crossing cyclists and pedestrians.
    3. No overhead pedestrian and bicyclists crossings are considered even though the Stoney Initiative Area Plan includes that as a goal and a strategy.
    4. Addition of bridge aesthetics is a good beginning, but a 6-lane expressway and wide aircraft carrier-like structure is still unacceptable.


    In addition, there has been no study of key components COIN previously identified which will provide a sound value analysis for this project:


    • SCDOT’s flawed traffic model has not been replaced. Hilton Head Island population and traffic counts are currently different than SCDOT’s forecast which requires comprehensive revision of the traffic model.

    • A 4-lane option has not been considered.

    • Failure to include a Cross-Island Parkway connector when the toll-free road now exceeds forecasted volumes.

    • No “Base Alternative” has been evaluated as the low-cost option (“Base Alternative” would replace single structurally deficient bridge, use smart technology at all traffic signals, increase safe access and pedestrian crossings, and add safe bicycle and pedestrian facilities).

    • Failure to produce any end-to-end performance metrics and updated cost estimate. How can Town Council, County Council and the community evaluate the cost vs. benefits without data? 


    COIN calls for continuation of MKSK’s work to fix the remaining deficiencies of SCDOT’s plan and expansion of MKSK’s scope of work to include our key components. Once completed, there will be a suitable comparison of the alternatives to make the right decision on this once-in-a-generation infrastructure project.

    Risa Sreden Prince and Patsy Brison

    Co-founders of the Coalition of Island Neighbors

  • 30 Aug 2021 1:42 PM | Liberal Ladies Chair (Administrator)


    Lowcountry Indivisible (LCI) is pleased to invite members of all other liberal Beaufort County organizations to our monthly Zoom meeting.

    Mark your calendars for a unique LCI meeting. The speakers are a dynamic trio of women who really know what is going on in the Lowcountry. First, politically upward Jodie Srutek and Emily Mayer will speak about the importance of local elections, and share their mutual experiences in the EMERGE program, training them to run for office.

    Second on the agenda is the always informative Chris deVries giving an update on SC's redistricting process.

    You must request a link by sending a request at least 24 hours in advance to:

  • 28 Jul 2021 12:01 PM | Minerva Castro-Hernandez

    Join us on Zoom and Facebook live this Thursday, July 29th at 5:30pm to hear from Senator Margie Bright Matthews on the redistricting committee and public hearing process prior to our 8/4 county hearing. Mary Ann Bromley, LWV Redistricting Committee chair and Chris DeVries, BCDP Treasurer will be moderating the event.

    Participants will be able to ask questions in the chat boxes of Zoom or Facebook.

    The links for Zoom and Mobilize account are below. We are going live exactly at 530pm, so we invite Zoom participants to join 5 minutes early (5:25pm).

    Mobilize link:

    Zoom link:

    Topic: Redistricting Forum with Senator Matthews
    Time: Jul 29, 2021 05:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting:

    Meeting ID: 861 7331 7251
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  • 15 Jul 2021 6:28 PM | Minerva Castro-Hernandez

    278 Corridor Project/July 22 SCDOT Open House & Public Hearing
    Location: Island Recreation Center, 20 Wilborn Road, Hilton Head Island, S.C. 29926
    SCDOT will hold an open house from 2-6 p.m. to present information and address questions about its "Recommended Preferred Alternative," with a public hearing beginning at 6 p.m. Information on the proposed alternative and the public hearing is found on the SCDOT project website at In order to speak at the public hearing, sign up is required on the website by July 21. Written public input may be made on the same SCDOT website until August 22 and SCDOT is required to respond to each written comment.

    Submitted by: Patsy Brison 

  • 19 Jun 2021 1:02 PM | Minerva Castro-Hernandez


    In concert with Black Votes Matter (BVM), Sun City Indivisible and Lowcountry Indivisible, we are supporting the Freedom Ride for Voting Rights which will take place across the South beginning on June 19 and culminate in a rally in Washington, DC on June 26.
    BVM’s Freedom Rides for Voting Rights continues the tradition of the original Freedom Rides as more than 40 states consider legislation to restrict voting rights.  

    The Freedom Ride event will be at the State House (1100 Gervais St, Columbia, SC 29208) in Columbia, SC on Tuesday, June 22 from 2 to 4 PM.  If you are interested in participating in the event, we are coordinating carpools that will leave the Hardeeville area from the Walmart parking lot at 10:15 AM.  Look for the American flag by the corner closest to the gas station.  Bring signs saying “Protect Voting Rights” as well as water and snacks.
    Contact Jerry Whalen or Pam Reading-Smith for more information and to schedule your participation.  Please put Freedom Ride in the subject line.

    Click here for more information on the Freedom Ride and Black Votes Matter:

  • 10 Jun 2021 1:59 PM | Lauri Mitchell

    To All Democrats:


    Exciting plans are underway.  As you know, by statute, we reorganize the Precincts every two years - but we are starting early this election season to be up and running at the start of 2022.   We already have 2 Democratic candidates running for US Senate and 3 Democratic candidates running for SC Governor (time for Gov. McMaster to retire).


    To kick off - the BCDP is hosting a Virtual Precinct Training Session specifically geared to the Hilton Head precincts (such as covering how to organize gated communities, etc.).   We urge all of those interesting in preparing for the 2022 elections to attend - and please pass on this opportunity to anyone you think might be interested.  Membership in the SOB Club is not required to be part of a precinct team.


    If you are interested in attending this training - please RVSP to: and you will be sent a Zoom link.   


    We need all of you - please plan to attend.


  • 8 Jun 2021 11:56 AM | Minerva Castro-Hernandez

    Lowcountry Indivisible (LCI) is pleased to invite members of all other Beaufort County liberal organizations to attend our monthly meetings, now held via ZOOM on June 12.


    This meeting will focus on a detailed analysis of the 2020 election data for Beaufort and Jasper Counties and strategies for increasing voter participation going forward.  

    Email to RSVP.

  • 4 Jun 2021 11:52 AM | Anonymous

    In 2022, there will be many opportunities to run for political offices. The Beaufort County Democratic Party is offering a series of training opportunities for those interested in running for elected office. 

    This first session (offered on 3 different dates) will answer some of the most asked questions about running for office such as what positions in the state, county, and towns are up for election in 2022 and what should you know to make an informed decision about running for office. This training is also useful for those who are interested in working on a campaign or getting further involved with elections. This “nuts and bolts” session will include reviewing a checklist of how to prepare for announcing a run for political office as well as ample time for questions and answers.


    This Session will be offered on the following dates: 
    (All Classes are Virtual and will be by Zoom)

    Sat, Jun 5, 10:00am–11:30am EDT
    Wed, Jun 23, 11:30am–1:00pm EDT
    Wed, Jul 7, 6:00 pm–7:30 pm EDT 

    Sign Up Here to Register for one of these sessions: 

    or contact us at

    Topics Covered in What You Need To Know About Running for Office in Beaufort County

    • What positions are up for election in 2022 (State, County, and municipalities) and what are the requirements for each office?
    • What should I consider before making a decision to run for political office?
    •  How should I determine what office I want to run for?
    • How do I register my campaign and make it official?
    • Check List of To Do’s before you announce your candidacy.
    • Starting to develop your messaging, organizing volunteers, and creating a campaign budget.
    • Calculating your win number (the number of votes to need to win).
    • How much money do I need to raise?
    • Resources For Candidates in Beaufort County

    Submitted by:  Chris deVries

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