Photography Contest Winner

Congrats to the annual Photography Contest winners! We had a fantastic turnout and had a blast looking at all of the entries. We were impressed by all of the great photos that were entered. A very special thanks to Mary Alice Tartler for teaching complimentary photography classes, judging the photos and sharing her feedback at the contest.  Please keep a lookout for more photo classes in the future!

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Annual Photo Contest & Reception

Don’t forget we will have the annual Photography Competition & Reception Sunday, November 6th from 5-7pm. There’s still time to enter photos. The theme this year is beach. Please submit your photos electronically if possible, as there’s not much time left for them to arrive in time via mail. The photos must be 8×10 and there is a (2) photos per household limit. Photos are accepted from 10/1 to 11/1 Don’t wish to submit a photo? We need plenty of voters. We will have wine & cheese for you to enjoy while viewing the beautiful pictures. Please call (843) 785-3310, …

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*FREE* Shipyard Photography Class

Join Mary Alice Tartler, Shipyard Resident Photographer, for a *FREE* PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS Sunday, September 18th 2:00 PM Shipyard Beach Club *RSVP to membership@shipyardhhi.com

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*FREE* Shipyard Photography Class

Join Mary Alice Tartler, Shipyard Resident Photographer, for a *FREE* PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS Sunday, September 18th 2:00 PM Shipyard Beach Club *RSVP to membership@shipyardhhi.com

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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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National Teacher Day

HISTORY OF NATIONAL TEACHER DAY In 1953, Eleanor Roosevelt stood up to Congress in hopes of convincing them that teachers needed a day to be recognized for all that they do. Until that point, the celebration of the day wasn’t clear. It’s believed that some schools in certain states were already observing the day, but there wasn’t a clear consensus and she wanted to make it official. The National Education Association (NEA) in partnership with the Kansas State and Indiana State Boards of Education, lobbied Congress in order for the day to be recognized. Despite her best efforts, the first …

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Game Night 2022

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Game Night last week! There was a great turnout and we have only heard good things about the event. Because of this, we would like to bring Game Night back in the future as a Nibble & Nip. So, keep your eyes peeled! Do you have board games you don’t play laying around your home? Consider donating them to the Shipyard POA! Drop them off at the Welcome Center Monday through Friday. Below are some wonderful photos from our Shipyard Photographer from the Game Night:

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National Garlic Day!?

Happy National Garlic Day! Yes, there is a day dedicated to garlic. Some people love it, some people hate it. Did you know that Egyptians worshipped garlic as a god—and even used it as currency? That’s not all. Garlic supposedly gave strength to Greek athletes and warriors, warded off the evil eye, and protected maidens from evil nymphs. Not to mention, vampires. (Thanks, Dracula!) Just think about all the garlicky foods we love. There’s garlic bread and garlic fries for starters. If you feel as strongly about garlic as we do, celebrate with us on April 19.

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National Pet Day!

Happy National Pet Day!!! From all one pet lover to the next, we hope your day is filled with cuddles, kisses, and lots of bonding time with your furry family member! We love seeing all the dogs and cats around Shipyard, plus the natural wildlife too. Check out some awesome pet friendly restaurants and things to do on Hilton Head Island: Skull Creek Boathouse Black Marlin Bayside Grill Hudson’s Seafood House Burkes Beach Chaplin Dog Park Sea Pines Forest Preserve Evergreen Pet Lodge K9 Fit Club All About Pets Peggy’s Pet Pampering

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1st Open Deck Day!

We are proud to introduce the first Open Deck Day for Shipyard Owners tomorrow, April 7th! Open Deck is an additional day during the warm months where the Beach Club will be open to all owners from 12pm-9pm. Feel free to bring food, beverages, or games with you to enjoy!

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