N-Touch Outreach Program

Within Shipyard we have a program called N-Touch. N-Touch is a program designed to ensure that there is a constant circle of caring here in Shipyard. All you have to do is submit a form (located online or at the Welcome Center), and a member of the POA staff will contact you based on your preferences. So if you are ill, live alone, or are recovering from an illness; we can help make sure that we stay N-Touch with you. You can enroll in the N-Touch program on an ongoing basis or just for a limited time. If you opt-in …

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Red Flashlights On The Beach

From May 1st through October 31st, sea turtles make Hilton Head Island their home. Many local sea turtles decide to pay their eggs on our beaches and soon after they start to hatch. According to the Sea Turtle Patrol Hilton Head, the group has found 134 total sea turtle nests on the island so far. Regular white lights can be distracting to newly hatched sea turtles and can deter them from finding their way into the ocean. It is strongly suggested that red-lights or orange-lights are used after dark. Outside Hilton Head can be found mid-island in The Plaza at …

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#9PMRoutine #ShipyardSafe

The most reported stolen items in vehicle burglaries are: key fobs, spare keys, money, wallets, firearms, laptops, and tools. Don’t let someone take what you have worked hard for! Secure your belongings!   LOCK IT OR LOSE IT – Make sure to follow the #9PMROUTINE #ShipyardSafe

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COVID-19 Update

At-home COVID-19 tests are becoming more available to the public. Many people can find them in Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, and even some gas stations. According to The State, a newspaper in Columbia, SC here are a few tips if your at-home test comes back positive: Quarantine & Isolate stay home for at least 5 days after receiving a positive test Notify Others Tell those who have been within 6 feet of you for over 15 minutes three days before the positive test Wear A Mask If you are around others, wear a mask for an extra 5 days N95, KN95, …

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Shipyard Hurricane Talk

It is time to start planning for the next hurricane season! On Friday, June 17th at 10am we will be hosting a Hurricane Prep Talk. Mr. Tom Dunn, Emergency Manager, for the town of Hilton Head Island will be our guest speaker. RSVP to the meeting so we make sure we have enough chairs for everyone. Email membership@shipyardhhi.com or use RSVP form at the bottom of the page. If you are new to the area we strongly encourage you to attend the informational meeting regarding how to prepare for Hurricane Season. We will talk about what to expect if the …

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New Owner Coffee & Conversation

The New Owner Coffee & Conversation is scheduled for Friday, July 8th from 10am-11am. This is a great time to ask any questions you may have to the General Manager, Membership Services Specialist, and Front Office Lead! It will be held at the Beach Club. Please RSVP to the Membership Specialist with how many people will attend.

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#9PMRoutine #ShipyardSafe

    Good Evening Shipyard Residents! It’s that time for a reminder to lock or lose it! Comment with #ShipyardSafe if you’ve done the #9pm routine last week! If you haven’t done the #9PMroutine, let’s get to it! Remove valuables from your car and lock it ! We will wait for your #ShipyardSafe.

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Overflow Beach Parking

Overflow Beach Parking If the Beach Club parking lot is full, there is overflow beach parking is located on the Port-O-Call & Barcelona road, WITHIN the white lines. We do anticipate a busy summer season, so please try to limit yourself and guests to 1 vehicle per family. If you do park in the overflow parking, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, there is a Beach Cart Shuttle that can pick  you up and drop you off. The shuttle runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm, weather permitting. Please call us at 843-785-3310 ext. 1000 if  you have any questions!  

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National Donut Day!

History: Each year on the first Friday in June, people celebrate National Doughnut or Donut Day. This day is actually in  honor of the Salvation Army Lassies. The Salvation Army Lassies are the women who served doughnuts to soldiers during WWI. In 1917, the original “Salvation Army Doughnut” was first served by the ladies of the Salvation Army. It was during WWI that the Salvation Army Lassies went to the front lines of Europe. Home-cooked foods, provided by these brave volunteers, were a morale boost to the troops. The doughnuts were cooked in oil inside the metal helmets of American …

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Alligator Mating Season

 Mating season is from late April to June. During this time, they are likely to wander through lagoons as they search for a mate. In the evening or through the nights, males “bellow” as he tries to attract a female. After a courtship in which the male claims a territory and courts a female, the female lays between 20-60 eggs near a body of fresh water and covers them with trees branches, leaves, and other vegetation. Be aware of your surroundings because they are not easily spotted. Because female alligators are very protective, never come between a mother alligator and …

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