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The Coastal Journal - Local Business & Entertainment - January 2009
The Coastal Journal - Local Business & Entertainment - January 2009

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06/16/2009

 
2 COASTALJOURNAL
 
3 COASTALJOURNAL
The Coastal Journal is a monthly publication and is distributed FREEalong the Grand Strand, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Murrells Inlet,Pawleys Island, Litchfield, Georgetown, and Conway.
All rights reserved. Reproduction of any material, in part or whole, designed by Schaefer Design Studio and appearing within thispublication is strictly prohibited. The Coastal Journal 2009 © 
Volume 4 Issue 1
 Articles and Upcoming Events . . .
How to Protect OleandersLow Country Herbs Society MeetingWhat Do You Want in 2009?
page 4
Coastal Carolina University - Jan. 2009 Cultural Calendar
page 5
Winyah Bay Heritage Festival
page 6
Dollars & Sense
page 11
“Blue Trail” to be Created on Waccamaw RiverWinter/Spring Home Repair & Remodeling Projects
page 13
The Moveable FeastCultural Council Leader Steps Down
page 14
843-421-2363 • e-mail: coastaljournal@aol.com
View The Coastal Journal on-line:
www.coastaljournal.sc
Click on individual ads to go directly to our advertisers websites.
PUBLISHER:
Schaefer Design StudioP.O. Box 2221Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION:
Sherrill “Shea” Schaefer
ADVERTISING ACCOUNTS:
Bruce Schaefer
PHOTOGRAPHY:
Bruce Schaefer
CONTRIBUTING WRITERS:
Richard Camlin - GeorgetownNicole LaBrie - Murrells InletTimothy Loebs - SurfsideDavid X. Ognek, Surfside BeachStephanie Sands - Myrtle BeachSherrill Schaefer - Surfside Beach
 Bruce & Shea
COVER FEATURE
Barnie Slice
Artist & Photographer 
We are honored to feature a copy of one of Barnie Slice’s paintings on the cover of our January2009 publication. He is well known all over the state of South Carolina and beyond. His vast sub- ject selections for paintings and photography, reveal his joy for life through years of experiencesand extensive travels, both locally and abroad. His heart is as big as the outdoors and alwaysenjoys the company of family and friends. Continue reading to learn more about this wonderfulman, painter and photographer, Barnie Slice.Barnie was born in Columbia, South Carolina and has spent most of his life painting scenes of hisstate from the mountains to the sea. He retired from his thirty-one year career with Sears in 1991and started his own business as a mural artist painting murals in more than 375 schools acrossthe Carolinas. He painted his first painting at the age of 16 while in high school and has beenpainting since. In 2004 he had to give up his mural career due to a shoulder injury but is nowpainting acrylic and watercolor paintings full time. His works include landscapes, seascapes anda variety of other subject matter including house and animal portraits, vintage automobiles andaircraft as well as fish and other animals.Barnie is a member of the Seacoast Artist Guild of Pawleys Island and is an active member of thePrince George Gallery in Georgetown, Applewood’s House of Pancake Restaurant and other gal-leries around the state. His credentials include two paintings in the White House in Washington,DC during the Reagan Era and being the first South Carolinian to win the South CarolinaSaltwater Fish Stamp Contest in 1998-99.
41 Pierpont Ct., Pawleys Island, SC 29585Phone:843-235-9531E-mail address: Bslicejr@sc.rr.com

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