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Our office offers a robust range of chiropractic services in Walterboro, from custom shoe insoles for your feet to adjustments and massages for your back.

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Walterboro welcomes FestiVELO XXV

The city of Walterboro hosted the unique cyclist social festival event called FestiVELO XXV Wednesday through Sunday, Nov. 9-13. FestiVELO is an annual event where cyclists can choose between 20-30 miles, 55-65 miles, or 95–105 mile routes throughout the Lowcountry. The riders covered up to 400 miles of casual riding over the course of the four days. The riders were able to pick and choose the days and distances. This year there were approximately 300 participants nationally and internationally.The participants were provided bre...

The city of Walterboro hosted the unique cyclist social festival event called FestiVELO XXV Wednesday through Sunday, Nov. 9-13. FestiVELO is an annual event where cyclists can choose between 20-30 miles, 55-65 miles, or 95–105 mile routes throughout the Lowcountry. The riders covered up to 400 miles of casual riding over the course of the four days. The riders were able to pick and choose the days and distances. This year there were approximately 300 participants nationally and internationally.

The participants were provided breakfast, lunch, and themed dinners daily during their stay. On “Wednesday Wined Down” wine and cheese were offered; Thursday had a “Chocolate Obsession Garden”, Friday and Saturday were an oyster roast, with live music on Friday, and a popular DJ on Saturday.

Riders stay within local accommodations or set up camp within walking distance of the event center. First Baptist Church provided space for outdoor camping and the county offered the use of the local Civic Center for indoor camping for two nights during the tropical storm Nicole. The FestiVELO event itself was housed at Colleton County Museum and Farmers Market downtown.

Historically, the bike event started out as a small group of friends who wanted to work off some extra calories from a holiday meal and the first ride took place Thanksgiving weekend in 1998 in the Charleston area. The following year, the ride was called “Pedal for the Pooches” to benefit the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and was a one-day event on John’s Island.

The group continued to grow and developed a mission to support various bicycle causes. It also underwent several name changes along with locations throughout the greater Charleston area. In 2004, the group began to use “FestiVELO” within its name. “FestiVELO” is a merge of “festival” and “VELO” which means bicycle in French. Since then, the event has hosted participants from 34 states and eight foreign countries.

The founder of FestiVELO, Charles Fox, is a passionate bike rider who seeks out events that provide opportunities to meet new friends and offer experiences that bring enjoyment to those who participate. The entire Fox family, who owns Fox Music Company, has been directly involved with the event each year, volunteering an untold number of hours. The event has expanded over 25 years to include over 100 leaders and countless volunteers. An event of this scale has attracted a wide variety of talented volunteers that have really given the event momentum as it continues to flourish each year. New volunteers are always welcome to join to help as well.

David Cole, who helps with organization, management, and app development for the event specified that currently, the cycling event appeals to mostly those between the ages of 30 through the late 70s. Cole mentioned that it is unusual because it is a four-day event that starts and finishes in Walterboro. Riders can come to one place, which gives them a better chance to get to know other riders and make new friends.

The areas that are covered by the riders include the northeast towards Round O on Thursday, west across Highway 21 on Friday, south down to Bennett’s Point on Saturday, and up to Saint George on Sunday to do loops throughout the countryside while visiting some of the historical places around there and back.

Walterboro is a destination prized for its flat scenic terrain and rich historical-artistic cultural center. The flat terrain is desirable for achieving faster times and greater distances for cycling goals. Riders of a wide range of abilities and skill levels participate in the cycling event.

Cole also stated that cycling has a unique appeal, especially road cycling. This event is attractive to people that are all sizes and abilities. In 1998, he was diagnosed with a kidney disease that later led to a transplant in 2001. After standard recovery, he was able to return to cycling with ease and has continued to be an avid rider since. He also considers himself a late bloomer as an athlete. He was 40 pounds heavier in high school and college. He lost some weight while running and playing volleyball. Later he blew his knee out while playing volleyball, took up cycling instead, and has never looked back.

Cole emphasized that “If someone is considering what they can do to enhance their life, something that would give them exercise and get them outdoors and meet new friends. Then cycling is a good outlet for that. The FestiVELO is a really good event for that.” He also stated that it is also encouraged to use electronic bikes for those that feel more comfortable. Anyone can participate as a cyclist, and one does not have to be super fit or athletic to enjoy the sport.

The FestiVELO is a welcomed event that has come to Walterboro annually since 2016. Often the participants will visit restaurants, shops, and other local points of interest. Cole stated how “Walterboro has really embraced us, and we have embraced Walterboro.” Cole also said, “It’s like home for us and we like being right here in the ‘Front Porch of the Lowcountry’. It’s great cycling here and it just works quite simply.”

The next FestiVELO event is scheduled for the same week next year. For more information about this event contact Charles Fox at 843-303-3334 or Randall Bennett at 919-608-8626 or visit info@festivelo.org.

A Well-Designed Shower Experience

(BPT) - The bathroom has become a multi-functional space — a place to create daily experiences that cleanse, relax and rejuvenate. Designing this space provides the opportunity to select features and fixtures that bring both art and function to the bathroom. The shower, especially one with a unique waterflow, can act as a living art piece, creating an immersive experience that feels as amazing as it looks.Indulgent Shower ExperienceTo maximize the shower experience, incorporate technology that brings wate...

(BPT) - The bathroom has become a multi-functional space — a place to create daily experiences that cleanse, relax and rejuvenate. Designing this space provides the opportunity to select features and fixtures that bring both art and function to the bathroom. The shower, especially one with a unique waterflow, can act as a living art piece, creating an immersive experience that feels as amazing as it looks.

Indulgent Shower Experience

To maximize the shower experience, incorporate technology that brings water to life and transforms a shower from a mundane task to a serene and reviving part of the day. Carefully look at every feature when selecting a shower head — from the spray to the coverage. Each element should come together to create a shower worth looking forward to each day.

The new 14” Raincan Shower Head from the Brizo® Essential™ Shower Series features an H20kinetic® Drenching Spray that utilizes water-sculpting chips to create thousands of large droplets that pour down in alternating patterns. The shower head provides rich volume and full coverage that replicates water found in a tropical rainforest, thus creating a uniquely recharging shower experience.

Refined Luxury

To elevate the bath space and achieve a look and sense of heightened relaxation, mix textures, unexpected tile patterns and earthy colors. Select fixtures with simple, clean details that bring the space together and create a cohesive, lavish design, to provoke a feeling of serenity. Look to shapes that complement the space and bring a sense of beauty to function. The 14” Raincan Shower Head is available in a Linear Round style, bringing new refinement to timeless simplicity. It is also available in a Linear Square style that elevates the shower through striking clean lines and geometric angles. Either shape creates a breathtaking statement that can live beautifully in any bathroom.

Conscientious Style

Make design choices that are as sustainable as they are aesthetically beautiful to create a bath environment that is both functional and intentional. Select fixtures with water-saving features and high-functioning, eco-friendly products that merge technology with design. Use H20kinetic® Technology to control the shape, velocity and thermal dynamics of water, creating the luxurious feeling of a high-flow shower, using only a fraction of the water. An ideal shower experience is one that is both relaxing and kind to the environment — the epitome of luxury in the bathroom.

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Caring for Babies’ Skin with Confidence on World Prematurity Day

(BPT) - Every year an estimated 15 million babies worldwide are born prematurely, according to the World Health Organization. Premature, or preterm, infants have a higher risk of health complications compared to full-term infants; thus, it’s important for parents to understand the differences in needs when caring for a premature baby — especially when it comes to their skin.The skin plays a vital role in processes s...

(BPT) - Every year an estimated 15 million babies worldwide are born prematurely, according to the World Health Organization. Premature, or preterm, infants have a higher risk of health complications compared to full-term infants; thus, it’s important for parents to understand the differences in needs when caring for a premature baby — especially when it comes to their skin.

The skin plays a vital role in processes such as temperature regulation, water loss prevention and protection from infection by harmful microorganisms, and premature babies’ skin can directly impact their overall health. When caring for premature infants, parents can take key steps to protect their vulnerable and sensitive skin.

Skin Vulnerability

Compared to full-term infants, premature infants’ skin is very fragile. This fragility may lead to traumatic injuries such as rips, tears or abrasions that leave the skin open and vulnerable. These injuries can result in pain, bleeding, scar formation and, most importantly, infections that may put a premature baby’s health at serious or critical risk.

Part of the normal skin function is to keep fluids inside and to keep bacteria outside, but when the skin barrier is impaired premature babies are at heightened risk for fluids to escape through the skin and rare microorganisms to enter their body. Additionally, due to underdeveloped immune systems, premature infants have little to no immunity to fight off diseases, which can allow infections from skin injuries to be fatal.

To minimize risk of skin injuries and protect premature babies’ overall health, it’s important for parents to be aware of what comes in contact with their infant’s skin.

Skin Sensitivity

When caring for premature babies’ skin, parents should consider the products and ingredients interacting with their delicate skin. Premature babies have a higher skin surface-to-body-area ratio than full-term babies, which makes them more vulnerable to anything applied topically to the skin such as creams, liquids, and skin care products, as they may be much more easily absorbed.

Given premature babies’ delicate skin, pediatric dermatologist Dr. Bari Cunningham, Co-Founder of Comprehensive Dermatology Group, recommends using baby wipes with minimal ingredients for cleansing. “Baby wipes should have no added alcohol and not contain any artificial fragrances to reduce the risk of allergic reactions and any contact dermatitis,” said Dr. Cunningham.

While every baby’s skin is different, the need to protect their skin remains the same. In honor of World Prematurity Day, WaterWipes® is committed to empowering parents to care for their baby’s skin with confidence. WaterWipes® Original Baby Wipes are the world’s purest wipes, made with just two ingredients: 99.9% water and a drop of fruit extract, while also plastic free.* Parents can trust that WaterWipes® were designed with babies in mind, protecting their delicate skin with a product that’s pure and gentle.

For more premature baby skin care advice, check out WaterWipes® Parent Q&A video featuring Dr. Cunningham here.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote YES for Capital Project Sales Tax

On Election Day, November 8, 2022, under LOCAL QUESTIONS on your ballot, please VOTE YES for the continuation of the one percent sales tax!!If we fail to pass this continuation of the one cent tax, the burden of completing the eleven projects could fall solely on the property owners of our county, since the many visitors to our county would NOT be contributing. It will certainly cost more than the one cent tax that is presented for your approval.If you VOTE NO:•The Veterans who served our country MAY NOT get their V...

On Election Day, November 8, 2022, under LOCAL QUESTIONS on your ballot, please VOTE YES for the continuation of the one percent sales tax!!

If we fail to pass this continuation of the one cent tax, the burden of completing the eleven projects could fall solely on the property owners of our county, since the many visitors to our county would NOT be contributing. It will certainly cost more than the one cent tax that is presented for your approval.

If you VOTE NO:

•The Veterans who served our country MAY NOT get their Veterans Park!

•The Colleton County Animal Shelter MAY NOT get the new facilities or the

Spay-Neuter clinic and MAY NOT be able to effectively serve the community with its responsibility of providing litter enforcement and mosquito abatement!

•The town of Williams MAY NOT have their water infrastructure improved!

•The town of Smoaks MAY NOT have their Johnsville/Smoaks community center!

•Our critical Colleton County Emergency Operations Center MAY NOT be completed!

•The town of Cottageville MAY NOT have the expansion of their park!

•Edisto Beach MAY NOT have an Emergency Operations Complex and Town Hall (Phase 1)!

•The Colleton County Recreation Center MAY NOT add a new gym, pool, or activity rooms!

•The City of Walterboro MAY NOT be able to complete the Ireland Creek Stream Restoration and Greenway Park or phase 3 of the I-95 Business Loop project!

These projects will bring more businesses and tourists to our county which will certainly help with employment and our tax base. A large portion of the revenue generated by this tax will be paid by tourists and visitors.

There is no increase in your cost for the new projects. Misinformed citizens are incorrectly stating that this referendum will amount to a 2 cents tax. This is not so! The previous 1 cent tax will expire to be replaced by the new 1 cent tax.

On April 6, 2021, Colleton County Council approved the resolution to create the Capital Projects Sales Tax (CPST) Commission to consider proposals for funding capital projects within the County for not more than seven years. Holland Maness, Spencer Witkin, Clarence Wiggins, Jimmy Syfrett, Mark Walling and Bill Houston were chosen to serve on the Commission. Six public meetings were held. On May 3, 2022, County Council held the first reading on the referendum. Different entities prioritized lists of projects to be presented to the CPST Commission for approval. Those entities such as Colleton County Council and various municipal councils voted on the projects they would submit. It should be noted that all members of County Council voted to approve the projects the County submitted to the commission.

VOTE YES FOR LONG-RANGE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Janice M. Young, Walterboro

Jean F. Harrigal, Green Pond

Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities now accepting applications for summer programs and residential high school

Christina VandiverPublic Relations DirectorO: (864) 282-3945C: (864) 395-5550christinavandiver@scgsah.orgGREENVILLE, SC — The SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, a public, residential high school for artistically talented students, is now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 school year and arts-immersive, overnight summer programs. All South Carolina residents in grades 6-11 are eligible to apply online at SCGSAH.org.Students who enjoy creative writing, drama, music and...

Christina Vandiver

Public Relations Director

O: (864) 282-3945

C: (864) 395-5550

christinavandiver@scgsah.org

GREENVILLE, SC — The SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, a public, residential high school for artistically talented students, is now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 school year and arts-immersive, overnight summer programs. All South Carolina residents in grades 6-11 are eligible to apply online at SCGSAH.org.

Students who enjoy creative writing, drama, music and visual arts can explore their interests in the one-week Arts Odyssey program for current 7th and 8th graders. The Arts Odyssey music program is offering new specialty sessions including Ensemble Immersion workshops, Solo Intensives, Jazz Improvisation and Songwriting and Composition. Current ninth-grade students who desire a more intensive, pre-professional experience can attend the two-week Academy program.

This summer, the Governor’s School is also offering a new two-week program, Introduction to Filmmaking, for 7th and 8th-grade students with an interest in screenwriting and film production. Students interested in dance can attend the two-week Dance Immersion program or the five-week Summer Dance intensive program.

In the nationally renowned, tuition-free, Residential High School, students receive pre-professional training in creative writing, dance, drama, music and visual arts. They explore and refine their talents in a one-of-a-kind, arts-centered community while receiving a high school education that has been nationally recognized by U.S. News and World Report, The Washington Post, The Daily Beast and Niche. The Governor’s School’s SAT and ACT scores consistently rank above state and national averages, and many students receive arts and academic scholarships to the most prestigious colleges, universities and conservatories. The reviews and rankings site, Niche.com, ranked the Governor’s School as the third “Best College Prep High School” and the fourth “Best Public High School” in South Carolina.

Interested students can apply online at SCGSAH.org. The priority deadline for Arts Odyssey, Dance Immersion and Introduction to Filmmaking is December 19. The priority deadline for Academy, Summer Dance and the Residential High School is January 13, 2023. Applications will still be received after these deadlines until all openings are filled. Financial assistance is available for all programs through the Governor’s School Foundation.

The Governor’s School invites all interested families to come to campus in downtown Greenville for Go Govie! Day on November 5 to learn more about their programs and explore the specialized arts studios, state-of-the-art performance halls, world-class library and dedicated rehearsal spaces. Register at SCGSAH.org/go-govie-day.

About SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities

Located in Greenville, the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities (SCGSAH) cultivates young artists from across the state through pre-professional training in the areas of creative writing, dance, drama, music and visual arts. In the public, residential high school, students refine their talents in a master-apprentice community while receiving a nationally recognized academic education. Summer programs are available to rising 7th-12th grade students, and SCGSAH serves as a resource to all teachers and students in South Carolina, offering comprehensive outreach programs designed to bring together artists, educators, community organizations and schools. SCGSAH.org

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