Twin boys, Nolan and Noah Daise, received new therapeutic tricycles recently from the Little Red Dog Foundation, based in Beaufort. They attend Creative Beginnings Two Day Care Center on St. Helena Island and are pictured here with their mom, Alice Lucas, their therapist, Frances Cherry, and their teacher, Megan Wallace. The Little Red Dog Foundation, a nonprofit committed to helping people in the Lowcountry who have motion challenges, is also donating two tricycles to the center for other children who attend. The bikes help strengthen muscles, help with balance and coordination and patterning. Photo courtesy of Little Red Dog Foundation.
Famous Beaufort residence The Castle, long rumored to be haunted, open for Halloween