Help on May 5, 2021> Charleston Business Journal
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Carlisle SynTec Systems recently donated a roof to Ronald McDonald House Charities in Charleston. The project was carried out with the help of Premier Construction Products, the Roof alliance and Baker Roofing, who provided the labor to install the roof for free.
Baker Roofing started the project on April 19 and ended on April 24. Residents were temporarily relocated during the construction project.
Lowcountry therapist and author Jenna Teves will host a book signing event from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on May 15 to support Destiny Community Cafe, The only paid cafe in South Carolina. The event will take place at Turning Page Bookstore at Goose Creek.
Teves will be signing her âAwesome Southern Womenâ coloring book, aimed at children and adults alike, which includes the stories of 20 Southern women, past and present, who have changed the world in significant ways.
Warrior Surf Foundation is in partnership with Fight rowing die, a fully military veteran, a four-man sea rowing team participating in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge.
The two organizations have agreed to provide each other with programmatic support and reciprocal referral services for the benefit of their respective veterans. In preparation for the challenge, the Warrior Surf Foundation will introduce its Director of Wellness, Jordan Watkins, to Fight Oar Die Mental Health Resources. Warrior Surf Foundation aims to improve the mental health of the rank team prior to their competition, and Fight Oar Die, in turn, will leverage access to mental health services and resources for Warrior Surf veterans.
Publix announced the launch of its new Publix Virtual 30 Challenge. All proceeds will go to charities in Charlotte; Nashville, Tennessee; and Charleston, including Lowcountry Food Bank and Charleston Habitat for Humanity.
From June 1 to 30, participants are invited to complete 30 miles of running, cycling or walking in 30 days. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and live in Publix’s Seven-State operating area. The registration fee is $ 30, which includes a medal and a t-shirt.