BATTERY CREEK HIGH
• Hargray’s Battery Creek High Basketball Classic will be held November 29-30 at the school gym. Admission is $8 per day, or $12 for a two-day pass. The tip off time is 3 p.m. Participating boys teams include Battery Creek High, Cane Bay High, Groves High and Whale Branch Early College High School. Girls teams participating were Battery Creek High,
Groves High, Wade Hampton High and Whale Branch Early College High School.
• Monday, December 2: All-school Coat Drive begins. The sixth grade is organizing the Coat Drive, which will run from December 2 to 20, in conjunction with the Furniture Warehouse’s 23rd Annual Coat Drive.
• Monday, December 2: Parents’ Association Meeting, 6 p.m.
• Tuesday, December 3: Eagles Eat Out at Dockside on Lady’s Island. From 6 to 9 p.m. a percentage of proceeds will be donated to BA.
• Don’t miss the Beaufort High VOICES Winter Concert on Wednesday, Dec. 4, and Thursday, Dec. 5. Showtime is 7 p.m. at the Arts Center at BHS, and admission is $7. If you bring a canned food item for “Help of Beaufort,” the ticket price is just $5. The show features traditional Christmas music, along with a wide variety of other seasonal favorites, performed by the renowned BHS Voices group, as well as a special women’s chorus, a Christmas Quartet and the debut of an advanced acapella group.
LADY’S ISLAND ELEMENTARY
• Lady’s Island Elementary School celebrated its 50th birthday recently. Students and staff dressed throughout the decades to celebrate the event. All students had a piece of birthday cake with their lunch. Community members were invited to help celebrate. Many were former staff or students. They were treated to a patriotic songs from the LIES Osprey Ovation. It was a fun day for everyone.
• MSgt. Terry Rawlins, Retired Air Force JROTC Instructor at Beaufort High, was asked to speak on patriotism and a love for our country. Following the presentation of the American flag by the BHS Color Guard Cadets, the audience joined in singing our National Anthem and favorite American songs. Other highlights of the Patriotic Assembly were special musical medleys by the Osprey Ovation Vocal Ensemble and historical narration about American symbols.
The whole school program ended with an emotional song and power point presentation from Mrs. Dangerfield’s kindergarten students called “Thank You, Soldiers.”