Stay Cool In The Summer Heat

Looking for some cooler things to do during the summer heat? Look no further! Escape Room : 10 Executive Park Rd # 102, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 Station 300 Bowling : 25 Innovation Dr, Bluffton, SC 29910 Adventure Cove : 18 Folly Field Rd, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 The Zone : 108 Buckwalter Pkwy Suite 2F, Bluffton, SC 29910 The Art Cafe : 5 Lagoon Rd, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 K1 Racing : 71 Towne Dr, Bluffton, SC 29910 The Sandbox : 80 Nassau St, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

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Beat the Summer Heat

As temperatures rise, so does the stress on your body. Several things can help you battle the heat. Your body reacts to heat by circulating blood and raising your skin’s temperature. When your body cannot release heat, it stores it which raises your core temperature and puts your health at risk. HEAT STRESS – When your body temperature rises even a few degrees above normal, you can experience muscle cramps, become weak, disoriented and ill. First Aid for Heat Stress/Heat Cramps – Drink fluids and move to a cool environment. HEAT EXHAUSTION – Heat exhaustion may develop when a person fails to replace …

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Name That Tune 2021

Social Scene: Beach Club Events: Be sure to check out the community events happening this season! Get your teams ready! The POA will host a Name That Tune Nibble & Nip Style on Sunday, June 27th from 5-7:30pm at the Beach Club! • This event will be set-up in a modified Nibble & Nip style. Instead of bringing your nibbles and nips to share with everyone, just plan to bring enough to share among your team. • There will be fun, great food, and prizes. All we need is for you to gather your team, up to 8 people, and …

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ALLIGATOR SAFETY IN SHIPYARD

ALLIGATOR SAFETY IN SHIPYARD Warm spring weather means alligators are more active and more visible. Rising temperatures increase an alligator’s metabolism, which means they begin seeking prey. Occasionally you’ll see them basking in the sun as they regulate their body temperature. Alligator mating season begins in early April and goes into June. All of this means that you may encounter an alligator when walking near the water, participating in recreational water activities, or if the alligator has been fed and become habituated to humans. While we do not wish to inspire fear, we do want to take this opportunity to remind our …

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