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Did you know…
For more information on Callawassie Island Club, call
Hampton Lake in Bluffton, SC offers lifelong learning (800) 221-8431 or visit www.callawassieislandclub.com.
opportunities for its residents, with lectures from local experts
on nature and more.
And did you see…
“These monthly lectures have become increasingly popular
The active adult community formerly known as Seasons
because they draw on the expertise of notable locals,” says at Laurel Canyon in Canton, GA has been purchased and is
Wade Bales, Hampton Lake General Manager. Following the reopening under new ownership. Located in the beautiful
lectures, guests are invited to spend time at the award-winning foothills of north Georgia, the 330-acre single-family home
Lakeside Amenity Village, visit the Tackle Box (a one-stop-shop community is centered at the heart of the well-known master-
general store for everyday conveniences) or enjoy lunch at planned development, Laurel Canyon. It is now owned by
Backwater Bill’s, Hampton Lake’s private lakefront restaurant. Active Lifestyle Communities.
For more information on Hampton Lake, call (843) 836-LAKE
or visit www.hamptonlake.com.
The community’s scenic vistas and rolling hills are well
balanced by its accessibility and proximity to shopping, dining
and entertainment. Grocery and national home improvement
Were you there when…
stores, banks, pharmacies, salons and even boutiques are only
Award-winning environmental writer Charles Seabrook visited a short drive away.
Callawassie Island on July 23 to discuss his research on Low
For more information, call (678) 880-3071 or visit
Country ecology for a forthcoming book. The event was hosted http://soleillaurelcanyon.com.
by the Callawassie Island Property Owners Association and the
Callawassie Island Ecology Committee.
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Seabrook, who grew up near Charleston, returned to his news and events, log on to www.ideal-living.com and click
roots to ponder the changes coastal development has prompted on ‘Real Estate: In The News.’ You can also follow us at
in the salt marshes and estuaries like those surrounding his www.twitter.com/livesouth and www.facebook.com/livesouth