February 2013



February 2013: Letters to the Editor

Dear Maggie, On behalf of the Island Recreation Association, I would like to thank you, Kelly Stroud, the staff of CH2 Magazine and all of the Bachelorettes for their generous contribution. The record amount of money they raised during the “Bachelorette of the Year” competition…
Author:Special to CH2 Magazine



CH2 3rd Annual Pet Contest Winner: Belle!!

Belle is the reigning queen of CH2’s 3rd Annual Most Adorable Pet Contest on Facebook! She won handily with over 1300 votes, due in part to Gudrun Kaiser’s (adoption coordinator at Noah’s Ark Animal Rescue) tireless efforts promoting her on Animal Rescue sites. She…
Author:Special To C2 Magazine



Treatment Sucess with Invisalign

Over the last couple of years, I have had the opportunity to treat patients in need of minor orthodontic treatment with Invisalign technology. Most adult patients believe that orthodontic treatment is used only to improve one’s smile or for esthetic concerns. While Invisalign and traditional…
Author:Jeffrey C. Bauer



February 2013: Editor's Note

Top 7 Reasons to Love February 1.Groundhog Day This is and always has been my favorite holiday. I usually take the day off and celebrate with a trip to Walt Disney World. It’s also Ashton Kelley’s birthday (our Director of Sales), so if you see…
Author:Maggie Washo



The Fiscal Cliff and You

The drama behind the Fiscal Cliff turned out to mimic a reality show or soap opera more than politics. There were legitimate and material issues facing virtually every American taxpayer. It made for long and frequent articles, monologues on the evening talk shows, rhetoric and…
Author:David H. Shatz



February 2013: Tips from a Golf Pro

CHANGING THE RULES OF GOLF Recently the United States Golf Association (USGA) and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club (R&A), golf’s governing bodies, proposed Rule 14-1b as an amendment to the Rules of Golf. Rule 14-1b states: In making a stroke, the player must not anchor…
Author:Pete Popovich



February 2013: Mayors

Drew Laughlin The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina has been a mainstay for the arts here since 1996; however, the Arts Center has experienced financial difficulty and has appealed to the Town of Hilton Head Island for assistance. We recognize that any resolution to the Arts…
Author:Drew Laughlin and Lisa Sulka



2013 Annual Pet Contest

TAKE A LOOK AT ALL OF OUR CONTESTANTS!

Author:Special To C2 Magazine



February 2013: Charity Corner

Hugs, snacks and crucial support are in steady supply at the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club, courtesy of unit director Molly O. Smith and staff plus a cadre of community volunteers aware of the serious pressures facing today’s youngsters. Issues including gang violence, low self-esteem…
Author:Michael Paskevich



February 2013: Our Town- Winefest

Wine glasses will be raised, repeatedly, across the entire island in early March as the six-day Hilton Head Wine & Food Festival returns with an expanded lineup of education programs, chef dinners, home tours and auctions for fans of the vine, culminating in the big…
Author:Michael Paskevich



February 2013: Behind the Gates- Belfair

“Let the majestic Avenue of Oaks welcome you home,” opens one piece of Belfair Plantation’s literature. These are not idle words. Beyond the gatehouse, a seemingly endless tunnel of beautiful moss-draped live oaks greets you and superbly sets the tone for the character that Belfair…
Author:Frank Dunne, Jr.



Finance: Saving Enough for your 90's

Thanks to a range of factors — including medical advances, healthier eating habits and better fitness—Americans are living longer lives. Life expectancy in the U.S. recently hit a record 78.7 years,1 and the number of Americans living past age 90 has nearly tripled during the…
Author:Special To C2 Magazine



Club Tan

Achieving a warm tan glow without spending days at the beach or poolside has come a long way. Gone are the days of the wobbly-armed, metal lamp that could be extended to hover overhead as you lay prone on your bed. Victims of this process…
Author:Kitty Bartell



Sublime Prime

It’s been a lifetime of experiencing grand gourmet rooms from all angles for Karyn Goldberg, owner of Sublime Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar in Bluffton. She recalls her early days growing up in Charleston, S.C. and wandering around wide-eyed in her family’s vintage Embassy Supper…
Author:Michael Paskevich



Mattress Firm

The importance of how much and how restfully we sleep has been studied, quantified, reported, and publicized. Most of us know the goal; the real trick is getting us there. Locally, it has been the mission of Mattress Firm to get us there since first…
Author:Kitty Bartell



February 2013: Line in the Sand

The Funniest Word in the English Language Frank Dunne Jr. It all came down to idiot, knucklehead, jackass, and crackhead. Those were my finalists for Funniest Word in the English Language. Idiot won, and the reason is this: I use it at least 100 times a day,…
Author:Frank Dunne, Jr. & Courtney Hampson



3-D Dentistry

It’s an exciting time in dentistry due to advances in technology. Dentists know that, in order to provide the best in patient care, information must be gathered and evaluated to make good decisions and recommendations for treatment. The 3 Dimensional Cone Beam Computed Tomography (3DCBCT) scan…
Author:Bonnie J. Rothwell, DMD, AAACD, FICO



Valentine's Day

DEATH BY CHOCOLATE? THINK AGAIN! Let us get the bad news out of the way first. No matter how you cut, mold, or shape it, chocolate has calories. With a main ingredient in chocolate being sugar, it’s easy to assume it must not be good for…
Author:Kristoffer Hamby



What's Happening

Hilton Head Prep’s Legally Blonde Is, Like, The Best! When sorority girl Elle Woods gets dumped by her upper-crust boyfriend, Warner, she decides to get serious to win him back. Through a creative admissions process, she follows her ex to Harvard Law and soon discovers how…
Author:Special To C2 Magazine



Interesting Character- Mike Gardner

“What is it about you people being on vacation that makes you lose all your damn sense?” By day he’s Michael Gardner, affable front office director of an oceanfront resort, whose duties include keeping staff engaged and constantly dealing with the mercurial whims, wishes and complaints…
Author:Michael Paskevich



Pete the Cat

Artist James Dean has a thing about cats. Well, one cat in particular. His name is Pete. Pete is a blue (the real Pete was black), groovy, VW bus-driving, coffee-drinking, Beatles-loving, cool character. And it was this cat that changed Dean’s life in ways he…
Author:Paul Devere



Pet Section: Canine Physical Rehabilitation

The use of physical therapy to assist recovery is now an accepted practice in human medicine and surgery. Physical therapy has been a vital part of helping people recover from injury, surgery and illness since WWI. Our animal friends deserve the same services to help…
Author:Kathy Wander, DVM<MS,DACVS, CCRT



Pet Section: Does Your Dog or Cat Have the "Mange"?

I’m sure you’ve seen it—the miserable dog or cat that is half bald, has lizard-like skin and is all covered in scabs. The poor thing is so itchy it can’t stop tearing itself apart between biting, chewing, and/or scratching. When I first came here over…
Author:Kirk Dixon



Pet Secton: Dog and Human Bonding: Start Early

Sharing your life and home with a new puppy is not merely a matter of housebreaking and training your dog to sit. The most important things to share are your patience, guidance, trust and bonding skills. By following some simple early bonding techniques, your special…
Author:Abby Bird aka Alphadog



Dr. Timothy Gross DMD, Passionate About Dentistry

Business cards for Dr. Timothy Gross note he’s “Passionate about Dentistry,” and it takes all of a few minutes of conversation to realize that, if anything, he may actually be understating the case. He quickly reveals a wide-ranging knowledge of his craft and could surely…
Author:Michael Paskevich




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