Little Bits of Royal Chatter

By Peggy Chandler

Gary Stoeffler of Pickens Place will be performing with the Marshland Band at Station 300 Bowling Alley, Bar & Restaurant (Zeppelins) in Bluffton on November 30 from 8 to 11 p.m. The Marshland Band plays a diverse selection of songs — including “Brown Eyed Girl,” “I’m all Shook Up,” “Have You Ever Seen the Rain?”, “Under the Boardwalk,” “Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” “Sweet Home Alabama,” — for your listening and singing along pleasure. I can tell you from experience that you will enjoy the sing along.

Women from the Royal Pines neighborhood on Lady’s Island celebrate at Wren’s.

A few of the Royal Pines “girls” celebrated the birthday of a dear friend, Carol Wenzel. Although Carol does not live in Royal Pines, she is wonderful friend to those who do. The celebration was held at Wren’s on Thursday, November 15. Included in Carol’s celebration were Maritza Schmidt and Mary Cieplowski of Rivers Court, Kathy Adams and Cathy Wilson of Wade Hampton, Maryanne Bender of James Byrne, Sherrie Suback of Christine Place, and Carol Nocilla of Jasper Lane. It was wonderful to get together and to catch up with those who have been away, and to wish bon voyage to those who are going away. Missing from the celebration was Carol Clark, also from Wade Hampton, who was needed by her daughter Charlene Bernier for a health issue. We wish Charlene a speedy recovery.

Reminder:  if you have a donation for Festival of Trees, please contact me with your information.

If you are entertaining family or friends here in Beaufort, enjoy the holiday. Or, if you are traveling, safe travels, and to all, Happy Thanksgiving!

If you have anything to share with our community please contact me at buddysoma@embarqmail.com.

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