December 2011

December 2011: Series of Fortunate Events

Author: Special To C2 Magazine


PATRICIA OWEN
Owner of Faces DaySpa, has been named a “Woman of Substance” by Salon Today magazine. According to Stacey Soble, Editor-In-Chief, the special October issue was dedicated to 12 women who make the spa industry vibrant and strong and who have found multiple ways to give back to the professional beauty industry.


KARIS ART & DESIGN GALLERY
Has recently opened in the Village of Wexford.


ARTISTIC TALENT
Hilton Head Preparatory Students pose for quick photo after accepting $50 checks from CH2 for their artistic interpretations of South Carolina’s Governor, Nikki Haley. Pictured from left to right: Youngwa Jung, Sabina Sister, Eliza Jane Beall & Campbell Harrison Gross.


HABITAT FOR HUMANITY DONATIONVILLAGE PARK HOMES
John Cardamone, CEO of Village Park Homes, presents a $1000 donation to the Hilton Head Regional Habitat for Humanity.


SOUTH CAROLINA MUSCLE CAR SOCIETY
Brett Cadman, president, formed the SCMCS two years ago with his brother Jesse Cadman, and longtime friend Bryan Puffinberger. The SCMCS won three awards at the 10th annual Concours d’ Elegance, “Top Club,” “Best of Show,” and a “Crescent Award,” chosen by the event exhibitors.


SELLERS/JACOBY WEDDING
Nicki Sellers and Bubba Jacoby were married October 22, 2011 at First Baptist of Bluffton followed by a reception held at Old South Golf Links.


R & B WINE BOUTIQUE
A unique on-premise and retail wine experience serving tapas for lunch and dinner, opened its doors for business on October 17th in the Best Buy/ Petco Plaza.


JOHN GUFFEY
Local spray foam company, Energy One America, was recently featured by Coastal Contractor as a fast growing Hilton Head Island Company led by former Fortune 500 CEO John Guffey.


NANCY DIETZE
Owner and operator of Virtually Yours is pleased to announce that they are now offering their services in Savannah, Georgia! Virtually Yours offers a multitude of services, from small business to real estate needs.


A VERY PINELAND CHRISTMAS
Christmas display artist, Richard Coyne, has created a 200-square-foot Christmas village which will be open to the public every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday afternoon (from 3 to 6 PM) from now through New Year’s Eve. It is a drop off location for Toys for Tots, Deep Well, and on December 10, for military families.

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