BACK 2 SCHOOL BATLLE BALL benefiting The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Beaufort County

BACK 2 SCHOOL BATLLE BALL benefiting The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Beaufort County will be held at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park Sept. 17th from 12pm-4pm

What is Battle Ball?  Otherwise known as Bubble Soccer, Knockerball or Bubble Ball, it is a remix of soccer, zorbs and hockey. Bubble Soccer originated overseas but now is sweeping the US.  Bubble Soccer allows each participant to compete in several game modes which involve bouncing into each other in their own bubble ball, while being fully safe and sound in their protected bubble.  Bounce into one another, run full speed ahead and come out unharmed as each of the Battle Balls games for Back 2 School Battle Ball have been engineered with safety in mind.  We will have 5 lanes for adults and children over 42” from 12-4pm for all day fun!

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Red Shoe Society Annual Clay Shoot benefits the Ronald McDonald House.

Participants and sponsorships are now being accepted for the Red Shoe Society Annual Clay Shoot benefiting the Ronald McDonald House. The event is Friday, August 5, at the Forest City Gun Club.  Registration and lunch are at 12PM and the shoot begins at 1PM.

Lunch is included in cost and there will be an awards ceremony and beer reception after the shoot.  Participant and sponsor levels are as follows: Station Sponsor, $250; Team, $600 and Station Sponsor and Team (Corporate Sponsor), $800.  For more information about the event contact Ryan Gibson at (912) 246-1442.

The Red Shoe Society’s mission is to raise money and support the Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire in their efforts to create, find and support programs that directly enhance the health and well-being of children and families. For more information about the Red Shoe Society, please visit their website or go to



The Coastal Georgia Council, Boy Scouts of America is pleased to announce that both of their camps received National Accreditation during June 2016. National Accreditation is a rigorous review process that assures that a camp is meeting all standards for safety and financial stability. Black Creek Scout Reservation was granted a five-year accreditation to operate our camp with the current programs, including personal watercraft, zip lines, shooting and climbing.


Assistant Scout Executive, Susie Curtis said, “A team from the National Boy Scout’s Southern Region traveled to our camps and reviewed our operations to ensure we are following the regulations set by National Boy Scouts of America. At the conclusion of our review, they determined that we meet or exceed what is required in all areas. They were extremely impressed with our talented staff and gifted leadership. We achieved this distinction thanks to the leadership of Linda Scovanner, Camp Director;Sam Leathers, Program Director; Nick Scovanner, Camp Ranger; and our incredibly hardworking staff.”

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100th Gong Bath Sunday, July 10 from 2pm to 3.30pm

Gong Bath is also known as Gong Meditation or Sonic Massage. Alice Tobin will play several gongs of different sizes and other sound instruments for an hour, while you sit back or lie down to relax and focus on the gongs’ beautiful, living, grounding tone. You will easily get to the state of harmony, meditation, relaxation, and peace.

Over the last nineteen months, 994 people of ages 5 to 91, have experienced one or many of my 99 Gong Baths and every one loved it! Many reported incredible positive changes in their physical body and releases from their emotional being. Testimonials are on, and

Presented by Alice Tobin, a Certified Practitioner and teacher of Eden Energy Medicine, Sound Healer, Transformation Coach and Reiki Master. 35 Bill Fries Drive, Island Medical Plaza, Building C, Hilton Head 29926. Space limited to 20. Please reserve now:


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