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From The Editor 10 Reasons To Plant Trees...Now! South Carolina First Time To Refinance or Buy South Carolina Wedding or Event Planners: Career Outlook Profiting From the Green Movement Barter Is Smart Business About Goose Creek Goose Creek Calendar of Events Goose Creek Shopping Dining And Entertainment Travel & Tourism Churches, Schools, & Religous Supplies Professional Services Clothing Stores and Accessories House and Home Personal Care Medical Real Estate Automotive Banking and Finance Specialities Coupons & Specials 3 8 9 10 11 14 17 20 22 27 28 32 34 35 37 39 40 41 42 44 46 48 50

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From the editor
Buy LoCaL
Promoting local business is as simple as having other company’s business cards or brochures posted on a board in your store. In an effort to promote Goose Creek, we are distributing decals that say “Check us out at www.GooseCreek.sc,” in hopes that local shoppers will visit the site to find local restaurants, clothing, specials, coupons and more. We are doing our part, so please join us, and promote your local merchants, and everyone will benefit!

top ten reasons to think LoCaL in Goose Creek Buy LoCaL - Be LoCaL – heLp LoCaL Businesses 1. Buy LoCaL -- Support yourself and Goose Creek. Many studies
have revealed when you buy from an independent, locally owned business in the Goose Creek area, rather than a nationally owned businesses, considerably more of your money is used to make purchases from other local businesses. Local businesses continue to strengthen the economic base of the Goose Creek community. These include case studies showing that local Goose Creek owned businesses generate a premium in enhanced economic impact to the community and our tax base.

2.support Goose Creek Community Groups: Non-profit organizations receive an average 250% more support from smaller Goose Creek area business owners than they do from large companies. 3. keep Goose Creek unique: Where we shop, where we eat
and have fun -- all of it makes Goose Creek our home. Our one-of-a-kind local businesses are an integral part of the distinctive character of Goose Creek. Goose Creek tourism businesses also benefit. “When people go on vacation they generally seek out destinations that offer them the sense of being someplace, not just anyplace.” ~ Richard Moe, President, National Historic Preservation Trust.

4. reduCe environmentaL impaCt: Locally owned businesses
in Goose Creek can make more local purchases requiring less transportation. This generally means contributing less to sprawl, congestion, habitat loss and pollution.

5. Create additionaL JoBs: Small local businesses are the largest employer nationally and in Goose Creek area community, provide the most jobs to local residents. 6. reCeive Better serviCe: Local businesses often hire people with a better understanding of the products and services they offer, and take more time to get to know customers. Cont. next page
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From the editor
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businesses are owned by people who live in this community, and they are less likely to leave, and are more invested in the community’s future.

7.invest in the Goose Creek Community: Local

ensure innovation and low prices over the long-term. A multitude of small businesses, each selecting products and services based not on a national sales plan but on their own interests and the needs of their local customers, promises a much broader range of product choices.

8. put your taxes to Good use: Goose Creek businesses
require a relatively little infrastructure investment and make more efficient use of public services as compared to nationally owned stores entering Goose Creek.

10. promote LoCaL prosperity: An escalating body

of economic research shows that in an increasingly homogenized world, entrepreneurs and skilled workers are more likely to invest and settle in communities that preserve their one-of-a-kind businesses and distinctive character. Larry Local www.GooseCreek.sc Editor in Chief

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south CaroLina Firsts
Like any other State, South Carolina is full of “Firsts”. The following is a list of some of the more popular Firsts, that may be good to brag about, or for use in a trivia game: • First European settlement in South Carolina in 1526 near Georgetown settled by Spanish explorer Lucas Vasquez de Ayllon named San Miguel de Gualdape (Rumor has it that he was the first “Half-back”- that he wanted to be half way back from Florida to New York) • First permanent English settlement in South Carolina established at Albemarle Point in Charleston in 1670 • First free library established Charleston, 1698 • First opera performed in America - Charleston, February 18, 1735 • First building to be used solely as a theatre - Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, constructed in 1736

• First Jewish synagogue in South Carolina (Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim) - Charleston, 1750 • First Black Baptist Church established, Silver Bluff, 1773 • The Charleston Chamber of Commerce was the first city Chamber of Commerce in this country - 1773 • First public museum Charleston Museum, organized January 12, 1773 • First business publication South Carolina Price Current in Charleston, 1774 •The first time a British flag was taken down and replaced by an American flag was in Charleston in 1775 • Golf was first played in the city limits of Charleston. The South Carolina Golf Club was formed in 1786 - this was the first golf club. • First Roman Catholic Church St. Mary’s August 24, 1789, Charleston • First cotton mill built - James Island, 1789 • First fireproof building built Charleston, 1822 • First steam locomotive built in the United States to be used for regular railroad service - “Best Friend of Charleston,” 1830. • First municipal college College of Charleston, opened April 1, 1838 • First Roman Catholic cathedral in South Carolina Cathedral of Saint John and Saint Finbar Charleston, April 1845 • First state to secede from the Union, December 20, 1860.

• First shot fired in Civil War on Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, April 12, 1861. • The first submarine ever to sink an enemy ship was the H.L. Hunley used by the Confederates on February 17, 1864 in Charleston Harbor against the U.S.S. Housatonic. • The first state intercollegiate football game took place on December 14, 1889 with Wofford defeating Furman • First commercial tea farm Summerville, 1890 • First black woman to practice medicine in the state was Dr. Matilda Arabelle Evans in 1897 • First textile school established in a college - Clemson, 1899 • The first car was manufactured in Rock Hill by John Gary Anderson in January 1916 • First woman lawyer in South Carolina - Miss James M. Perry of Greenville was admitted to practice on May 4, 1918 • First national historic preservation ordinance passed by Charleston city council on October 13, 1931 • First television station WCSC broadcast from Charleston June 13, 1953 • First U.S. Senator elected by a write-in vote - Strom Thurmond, November 2, 1954 • First Spoleto Festival held in Charleston May 1977 • First Internet company to bring you the Internet, Streaming Radio, and Online Magazineswww.ONLY.sc ( click here for more information)

rate with the tax advantages of a mortgage, and you have an incredibly cheap way to build wealth, but you better act now. Real estate guru Barbara Corcoran has already seen a tremendous surge in refinance applications – more than triple the average – and the number of people getting approved is astronomically higher as well, she says. But that doesn’t mean the low rates are a panacea for the ills of the housing market. It is only once home prices start to go up that we will finally see a light at the end of tunnel, Corcoran says. Until that happens, we are still going to have to crawl out of this mess. “[Low interest rates are] a not a lifesaver,” Corcoran says. “This is just a helping hand.”

David Kittle, chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association, has this advice to homeowners looking to refinance: Do it. Don’t get greedy searching for another quarter-point. Lock in rates now. He is seeing applications soar over 125% just since Thanksgiving due to the low rates. Of course, you should only refinance if it saves you at least 3/8 on the rate and if you plan on staying in your home for at least four years, Kittle says. Along with good credit, proof of income and money by means of a down payment or equity in the home, there are certain things every homeowner needs regardless of interest rate levels.

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Right now, mortgage rates are at their lowest level since 1971. Think about that. Twenty-five years ago, homeowners were paying as much as 18% on a 30-year fixed. Today it’s just a little over 5%.Combine that

south CaroLina WeddinG or event pLanners: Career outLook
Can you imagine a more exciting career than being the person who helps to plan a couple’s happiest day together and makes them lasting memories for the rest of their life? Or planning a Corporate Event for some of the largest companies in South Carolina. The best part is you are creating an event that you do not have to pay for. If you are interested in a career as a wedding or event planner, read on to discover general description, educational requirements, and your job outlook information.

plan for the unforeseen among other things. The business side of wedding planning involves staying within your budget, and making sure the vendors get paid. Wedding planners who handle all aspects of the event are mostly self-employed working both part-time and full-time. However, special event centers, wineries, hotels, and other hospitality facilities also offer employment opportunities. Wedding planners must also write contracts and be efficient marketers of their business. The best wedding planner in South Carolina must get their name known, and can only handle a certain amount of weddings in any given time. An event planner does the same basic tasks as the wedding planner, but the event will dictate what is different. A big corporate event may require several sound and video systems. A golf tournament may require many sponsors being adequately recognized. Whatever the event, having alternative plans when things go not as planned is the mark of a good planner. This means that you must have a long list of suppliers and people in the service industries that can stand in when problems arise.

WeddinG and event pLanner JoB desCription
Wedding or Event planners, as the name implies, handle many or all of the details of setting up a wedding or other event from coordinating the caterers to directing the dinners. The term wedding planner is a classification of how involved the person is with their clients’ wedding. There are two other classifications which are wedding consultants and wedding directors. Wedding consultants allow couples to plan the wedding and offer only their advice and expertise. Wedding planners oversee and are responsible for much of the work of the wedding from beginning to end, but the couple is still involved. Wedding directors take care of the entire wedding event, which affords the couple getting married to only focus on getting married. Wedding directors usually attend the wedding to make sure the day goes exactly as planned. If it rains on the day of an outdoor wedding, the wedding director will have an alternate plan already in place. Wedding planners, specifically, perform a variety of tasks. They make appointments with clients and vendors, provide gown options, provide wedding theme options, and

eduCationaL requirements For WeddinG pLanners
There are no federal, state, or local laws requiring wedding or event planners to have anything other than a business license. Very few colleges/universities offer degrees or certificates in wedding and planning. Online schools offer training; however, carefully research the online school prior to paying any fees or signing up for classes. The best schooling is the College of OJT ( On the Job Training). Working for a wedding or event planner and learning from the ground up is the only way to truly learn the business. Certification is increasingly becoming sought after because clients want to make sure their special day is handled by a professional.

JoB outLook For WeddinG pLaners
Wedding and event planning in South Carolina is a growing field with more and more opportunities. Creating a profitable business is a slow process. Attracting clientele takes time, but there is always plenty of work for good planners.

proFitinG From the Green movement
By Zach Hanebrink

People in South Carolina are active in “going green” and doing their part to save the environment, save money and promote the local economy in the process. There are many green initiatives in the state from local blogs getting the word out to green businesses, green home builders and homes, recycling programs, as well as, organizations designed to promote South Carolina agriculture and SC products. Surely you have heard the buzz on going green and if you want to start getting involved and doing your part, here are some tips to get you started:

- Every second you spend idling your car’s engine means needlessly wasting gas, as well as, adding wear and tear on your vehicle. Idling over 10 seconds wastes more gas than is needed for startup. Overall, Americans idle away 2.9 billion gallons of gas a year, worth around $78.2 billion.
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off your computer Save energy and wear and tear on your machine by shutting down your computer when you are done using it and in the evenings before you leave work. You’ll save an average of $90 of electricity a year. The Department of Energy recommends shutting off your monitor if you aren’t going to use it for more than 20 minutes, and the whole computer if you’re not going to use it for longer than two hours.

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proFitinG on the Green movement
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aBout Green enerGy - More than half of all electricity consumers in the U.S. now have the option of purchasing green power from their local utility. Find out how you can purchase green power by visiting the Department of Energy’s state-by-state list of providers. You can also check with your own utility to see what’s available. Palmetto Clean Energy is a local South Carolina green energy program http:// www.palmettocleanenergy.org/ default.asp

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- An easy way to clean green is to turn the dial on your washing machine to cold. Most laundry loads do not require hot water, and 90% of the energy used by washing machines goes into heating the water. The higher the water temperature, the higher the cost to you and the planet.
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- Most software programs give the option for double sided printing, but yet most still print only on one side of the page. Consider this: the U.S. alone uses 4 million tons of copy paper annually, about 27 pounds per person. Save dough and South Carolina landfills.

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• cArpool! - If your commute

- It is to your benefit to pays to pay close attention to your thermostat, since most South Carolina households spend 50 to 70% of their energy budgets on heating and cooling. For every degree you lower the thermostat, you’ll save between 1% and 3% of your heating bill. Do the same thing in reverse with air conditioning.
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- Save natural resources, as well as late fees, by registering with online bill-paying options. Paperless billing not only saves trees; it also reduces the fossil fuel needed to get all those billing envelopes from them to you and back again. Plus, you’ll save money on stamps.

to work is 25 miles each way and at least half is in typical stopand-go traffic, you’ll save roughly 10 percent of your monthly carbon emissions by carpooling. Not to mention saving money on gas!

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Approximately 100 million trees and 28 billion gallons of water are used to send junk mail to Americans annually. You can eliminate 75% of unsolicited mail by registering on the Mail Preference Service on the Direct Marketing Association website (for a fee of $1). Within 90 days, most unsolicited mail will stop.

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Certified South Carolina program is a new, exciting, cooperative effort among producers, processors, wholesalers, retailers and the South Carolina Department of Agriculture (SCDA) to brand and promote South Carolina products. Our goal is for consumers to be able to easily identify, find and buy South Carolina products.

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because buyers are encouraged to pay with their products or services and save cash. Simply put: If you had to make a purchase for $1000, would you rather write a check or pay with an equal amount of your product/service at its normal selling price to a new customer? Most businesses prefer to barter and keep cash. Barter Raises Profitability: Barter customers pay retail prices and fees, so you get the full value of your goods and services. Barter Moves Surplus Inventory: Retailers must keep their inventory moving and our customers shop for the most up to date merchandise each season. Carolina Barter Exchange can deliver you buyers to move excess inventory, eliminating the advertising costs and heavy discounting otherwise needed to achieve this goal.
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Barter is smart Business
By Zach Hanebrink

the currency is unstable and devalued by hyperinflation.

What are the BeneFits Barter?

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Barter is a form of trade where goods or services are traded for other goods and/or services, without cash being exchanged. Barter normally replaces money as the method of exchange in times of monetary crisis, or when

Barter Can Bring New Customers: This enables you to expand your market and maintain your cash-paying customers. Barter Conserves Cash: Barter generates new customers

• Merchants accounted saving an average of $32,700 using barter and saw and average cash flow raise of 18%. • 1 in every six businesses participated in at least one barter transaction for the first time with intentions to do more in the future.

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Service Business: Increase billable hours! If you are not at 100% capacity 12 months a year and you can handle new customers, Carolina Barter Exchange can help you fill your free time with new business opportunities. And now you will have trade dollars to purchase the products and services you need. Hotels: Suppose you have 10 vacant rooms at $100 a night and you need a new brochure for $1000. Barter provides a way for you to buy your brochure, fill your rooms (at your cost), and maintain your cash. Networking Increases Your Customer Base: Barter customers will bring you all the cash referrals that your current clients bring. You will increase new cash paying-customers, as long as you give your barter customers the same great services and pricing you offer everybody else.

• 1,845 new corporations had barter transactions surpassing $100,000. • 74% of all Fortune 500 companies utilized barter-up a whopping 14% from last year. • 93% of all small business owners (less than 25 employees) report trying barter with a positive result. Carolina Barter Exchange (CBE) is the fastest growing barter company based in South Carolina. CBE has representation in all 46 counties including Charleston, Columbia, Hilton Head Island, Myrtle Beach, and Greenville. CBE is the fastest growing trade exchange in The Carolinas. CBE helps its member companies enhance their businesses through exchange of products and services instead of making cash disbursements. Some examples of the products and services we offer include: advertising, printing, travel and vacations, auto repairs, restaurants, caterers, art and custom framing, office equipment, medical treatment, computer services and more.

Get virtuaLLy anythinG!
Recent year statistics: • The common dollar amount of commercial barter rose to $1,927.

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balance between growth, the environment and the preservation of the small town charm. Residents live, work and raise their families surrounded by the rich historic and natural treasures of the Lowcountry. The city of Goose Creek was established in 1961, but its history dates back many centuries. In early colonial times the term “Goose Creek men” originates from a group of colonists, mostly settled a few miles west of Charleston SC near a stream called Goose Creek. The Goose Creek men became leaders of the early Indian trade, and by the 1690s many held essential offices in the colonial government. At first, the Goose Creek men worked mainly with Indian slaves, while later the deerskin trade dominated. Many colonial governors were Goose Creek men, such as James Moore.

aBout Goose Creek
At the heart of Goose Creek is the highly desired Crowfield Plantation. Surrounded by forest preserves and lakes, residents enjoy the Crowfield Golf & Country Club, pools, park and playground and other amenities,

including some gated communities and nearby shopping. Crowfield Plantation in Goose Creek is a convenient 30-minute drive from historic downtown Charleston and nearby beaches. Goose Creek, South Carolina is situated in the southern end of Berkeley County. Established in 1961, the City has found a

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Goose Creek CaLendar oF events
January
Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Mommy and Me Every Monday Recration Commission: Kenpo Karate Every Monday Recration Commission: Tennis Lessons Every Monday or Thursday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday Recration Commission: Learn To Shag Every Thursday Recration Commission: Tae Kwon Do Every Saturday Recration Commission: Rubber Stamping Class January 6 Recration Commission: One Stroke Painting Series: Magnolia Swag Canvas January 12

Chamber of Commerce: One Cent Sales Tax Update: “How The Program WIll Work And When We Will See Results” January 30 Endway at The Dive January 30 Recration Commission: One Stroke Painting Series: Cabin Getaway January 31

Recration Commission: Tennis January 12, 26, February 2 &9 or Jan 15, 29, February 5 & 12 Coastal Connection BNI Meetup January 13 City Council Meeting January 13 Half Day at Goose Creek High School January 14 Teacher Workday at Goose Creek High School January 14 Mustang Sally at The Dive January 20 Coastal Connection BNI Meetup January 20 Writing Workshop With Natalie Goldberg January 23 Recration Commission: One Stroke Painting Series: Safari Sunset Wastepaper Container January 26 Lions Club Meeting January 26 Coastal Connection BNI Meetup January 27

FeBruary
Recration Commission: Guitar Lessons Every Wednesday & Thursday Recration Commission: Belly Dancing Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday

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Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday Recration Commission: Mommy and Me February 2 Recration Commission: Tennis January 12, 26, February 2 &9 or Jan 15, 29, February 5 & 12 Coastal Connection BNI Meetup February 3 Early Dismissal at Goose Creek High School February 3 Lions Club Meeting February 9 Coastal Connection BNI Meetup February 10 City Council Meeting February 10 Recration Commission: Learn To Shag February 5, 12 No School at Goose Creek High School February 10 Basketball Free Throw Shootout February 21 Lions Club Meeting February 23

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Recration Commission: Guitar Lessons Every Wednesday & Thursday Recration Commission: Belly Dancing Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday Early Dismissal at Goose Creek High School March 4 Lions Club Meeting March 9 Recration Commission: Giant Goose Creek Garage Sale March 21 Lions Club Meeting March 30

Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday Recration Commission: Hop On down The Bunny Trail April 4 Spring Break at Goose Creek High School April 6-10 Lions Club Meeting April 13 & 27

may
Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday Early Dismissal at Goose Creek High School May 6 Lions Club Meeting May 11 & 25

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Recration Commission: Advanced Belly Dancing Every April 1 Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday

June
Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday

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Half Day at Goose Creek High School June 3 & 4 Teacher Workday at Goose Creek High School June 3 & 4

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Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday

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Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday

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Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday

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Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday

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Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday

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Recration Commission: Girls Team Gymnastics Every Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, & Tuesday Recration Commission: Girls Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Monday & Wednesday Recration Commission: Boys Pre-Team Gymnastics Every Tuesday & Thursday

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dininG & entertainment
Bars
Brenda’s 225 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Jimmy’s Sports Bar & Grill 431 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Nowhere 7128 North Rhett Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

Village Social Club 106 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Weekends Pub 428 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

Blimpie 509 N Goose Creek Blvd Goose Creek,SC 29445 Bojangles’ 431 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Burger King 105 N Goose Creek Blvd Goose Creek,SC 29445 Burger King 1605 Red Bank Rd Goose Creek,SC 29445 China Chef 142 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

restaurants
Amazon Grill And Buffet 1316 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Angels Deli & Cafe 129 Street James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

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China Palace Restaurant 1256 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Chinese Express 431 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Crazy D’s Restaurant & Lounge 1230 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Domino’s Pizza 217 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 El Mercadito 1229 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Gilligan’s Steamer & Raw Bar 219 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Godfathers Pizza 429 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Gramie’s Frozen Custard & Italian Ice 86 Bridgetown Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

Jersey Mike’s Subs 217 Saint James Ave Goose Creek,SC 29445 La Hacienda 205 North Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Latino Deli Grocery LLC 129 Saint James Ave Goose Creek,SC 29445 Little Angels Pizza 129C Street James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Los Arcos Mexican Restaurant 214 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Papa John’s Pizza 431 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Phat Subs 5 S Alliance Dr Goose Creek,SC 29445 Philly Cheese Steak Inc 134 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

Subway Subs & Salades 1945 Naval Weapons Station Goose Creek,SC 29445 Subway Subs & Salades 128 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Subway Subs & Sandwhices 105 Eagle Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Tienda El Paisano 119 North Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Waffle House Restaurant 120 South Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Wings ETC & Bare Bones Billiards 105 Eagle Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Ye Ole Fashioned Ice Cream & Sandwich Cafe 209 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

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dininG Guide

traveL & tourism
hoteLs & moteLs
Days Inn Goose Creek 1430 Redbank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 843-797-6000 Econo Lodge - Goose Creek 401 Goose Creek Blvd. N Goose Creek,SC 29445 Quality Inn 103 Redbank Rd Goose Creek,SC 29445

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traveL Guide

ChurChes, sChooLs, & reLiGious suppLies
ChurChes & synaGoGues
Calvary Church of God in Christ 306 Jeffs Circle Goose Creek,SC 29445 Calvary Church Of The Nazarene 541 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Crowfield Baptist Church 100 Hunters Lane Goose Creek,SC 29445 Emmanuel Christian Fellowship 338 Amy Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Heritage Baptist Church 1056 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Immaculate Conception Church 510 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses - Goose Creek East Congregation 829 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 New Life Baptist Church Old Moncks Corner Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

New Life Christian Fellowship 402 Liberty Hall Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Peace Presbyterian Church 174 Londonderry Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 St Timothy Luthern Church 200 South Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445

Marrington Elementary School 109 Gearing Goose Creek,SC 29445 Sedgefield Middle School 131 Charles B Gibson Blv Goose Creek,SC 29445 Westview Elementary School 100 Westview Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Westview Middle School 101 Westview Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445

day Care
La Petite Academy 502 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Londonderry Christian Montessori School 174 Londonderry Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

sChooLs, CoLLeGes, universities

and

Berkeley County School Board 102 Castleberry Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Boulder Bluff Elementary School 400 Judy Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Devon Forest Elementary School 1127 Dorothy Street Goose Creek,SC 29445 Howe Hall Elementary School 115 Howe Hall Goose Creek,SC 29445 Londonderry Christian Montessori School 174 Londonderry Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

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ChurCh & sChooL Guide

proFessionaL serviCes
arChiteCts
E G & G Dynatrend Inc 102 Springhall Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445

Goose Creek,SC 29445

CopinG & printinG
Applegate Printing 206 South Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Minuteman Press 129-A St. James Ave. Goose Creek,SC 29445

118 Springhall Drive Suite D Goose Creek,SC 29445

LoCk Companies
M & G Locksmith Service 462 Fox Hunt Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

photoGraphy
Spencer’s Wedding & Portrait Photography 211 Foxborough Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

attorneys
AAAA Law PA 100 Hamlet Circle Goose Creek,SC 29445 Felix Butch Clayton Attorney 105 Lumber Lane Goose Creek,SC 29445 Cox Merrill Anthony Attorney 123 South Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Deluca And Maucher LLP 102 Marilyn Street Goose Creek,SC 29445 Edward J Dennis IV Attorney 100 Hamlet Circle Goose Creek,SC 29445 Jeffery L Sabel Attorney at Law 108 Central Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Steinberg Law Firm LLP 118 S Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Sandra Sumner-Wright PA 107 Greenland Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Wooddy Law Firm 597 Old Mount Holly Road Suite 202

insuranCe
Allstate Insurance Company 123 South Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Allstate Insurance Company 111 Saint James Avenue Lot B Goose Creek,SC 29445 Benefit Specialist, Inc. 105 Macy Circle Goose Creek,SC 29445 Bill Blanton Insurance 429 Red Bank Goose Creek,SC 29445 Coastal Auto Insurance 205 North Goose Creek Boulevard Unit B15 Goose Creek,SC 29445 D Radford Bates Jr Insurance Agency Inc 597 Old Mount Holly Road Suite 202 Goose Creek,SC 29445 Eckert Insurance Agency 108 Central Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Nationwide Insurance 105 Lumber Lane Goose Creek,SC 29445 Palmetto Insurance Agency

siGns & GraphiCs
American Flagpoles & Flags 124 Saint James Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445

WeddinG & event serviCes
Fashion & Bridal World 119 North Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Wedding & Prayer Chapel 222 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

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proFessionaL Guide

CLothinG stores & aCCessories
GLasses & sunGLasses
20 20 Vision Center 217 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Beischel & Kulze MD 149 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Dr Watsky Melvin Optometrists 425 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Eyecare Center Of Goose Creek 142 Saint James Avenue Unit A Goose Creek,SC 29445 Goose Creek Vision Center 425 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

Mr Flap’s Pawn Shop 117 Goose Creek Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445

shoes
Shoe Show 98 Davenport Street Goose Creek,SC 29445

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Fashion Guide

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house home

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Services 113 Aldrich Place Goose Creek,SC 29445

BeddinG & Bath
Mattresses and More 604 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

Carpets, ruGs & FLoorinG
Super Carpets Highway 52 Goose Creek,SC 29445

ContraCtors & remodeLers
Carolina Custom Homes of Charleston Inc 100 Loganberry Circle Goose Creek,SC 29445 Chris’s Heating & Air Conditioning Services 122 Bromwich Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Chris’s Heating & Air Conditioning Services 122 Bromwich Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Goose Creek Heating & Air 109 Farm Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 John R Mixon Heating & A C 150 Foxborough Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Linton’s Mechanical Services 104 Saw Grass Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Prestige Heating & Air Conditioning 1244 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Steinbars Heating & Air Conditioning 100 Farm Road # A Goose Creek,SC 29445 Commercial Painting

interior deCorators & desiGners
Butchies by Design 217 Saint James Ave Goose Creek,SC 29445 Greenery Gallery Incorporated 158 Loganberry Cir Goose Creek,SC 29445 June’s Valis Home Interiors 254 Mary Scott Dr Goose Creek,SC 29445

LandsCapinG
Curb Appeal 1029 Deerberry Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

pest ControL
Lightning Termite & Pest Control Llc 1239 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Southeast Pest Service 108 Central Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

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house & home Guide

personaL Care
heaLth CLuBs
Curves - Goose Creek 214 St. James Ave., Suite C Goose Creek,SC 29445 World Fitness 214 Saint James Ave Goose Creek,SC 29445

hair saLons
A Ultimate Creation 100 Farm Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Beauty In Balance Salon & Spa 100 Central Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Brenda’s Hair & Nail Studio 100B Central Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

Fantastic Sam’s 209 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Fantastic Sam’s 607 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Hair Dimensions 1206 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Hair Zone Beauty Supplies 142 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Into Hair 123 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 www.GooseCreek.sc Online Magazine | 2009 40

personaL Guide

East Coast Hair Designs Inc 514 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

mediCaL
doCtors & hospitaLs
Palmetto Primary Care Physicians 105A Springhall Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Palmetto Primary Care Physicians Corporate Office 149 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Dr Michael G Regan 118 South Goose Creek Goose Creek,SC 29445 John Sutterlin MD 105 Springhall Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445

Dr Watsky Melvin Optometrists 425 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Goose Creek Vision Center 425 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Wal Mart Vision Centers 605 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

pediatriCians
Jill Aiken MD 149 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Lowcountry Pediatrics PA 101 Springhall Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Zoe Kleckner Pogue MD 101 Springhall Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Ashley Putney PNP 101 Springhall Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Sandlapper Pediatrics 149 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

druG stores
C V S Pharmacy 431 Saint James Ave Goose Creek,SC 29445 C V S Pharmacy 9 Corporate Pkwy Goose Creek,SC 29445 C V S Pharmacy 1316 Redbank Rd Goose Creek,SC 29445 Walgreen Drug Store 1 South Alliance Drive Goose Circle Goose Creek,SC 29445

podiatrists
Crowfield Family Footcare 118 Springhall Drive Suite D Goose Creek,SC 29445 Dr David Scibek 118 Springhall Goose Creek,SC 29445

GyneCoLoGist
Creekside Womens Care 149 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

therapist
Elaine Andrews MA LPC 104 Red Cypress Dr Goose Creek,SC 29445

optometrist
Coastal Vision Care LLC 605 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

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mediCaL Guide

reaL estate
reaL estate Companies & aGents
Agent Owned Realty Premiere Group 100 Crowfield Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Beazer Homes Ibis Glade At Tanner Plantation 7305 Sanderling Court Hanahan,SC 29445 Beazer Homes Longleaf Plantation 462 Liberty Hall Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

Fidelis Exclusive Buyer Advantage 220 Saint James Goose Creek,SC 29445 Homes Realty 116 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Pam Cline Realtor 205 St. James Ave. #5 Goose Creek,SC 29445 Pete Roman/Realtor 567 Crowfield Blvd. Goose Creek,SC 29445 Pinnancle One 105 Marilyn Street Goose Creek,SC 29445

Premier Realty 100 Pointer Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Russ Whited Limited 124 Saint James Avenue Unit A Goose Creek,SC 29445 Vaughn Realty 100 Hamlet Goose Creek,SC 29445 ZZG & Co., LLC 111-C St. James Avenue Suite 100 Goose Creek,SC 29445

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reaL estate Guide

automotive
automotive GLass
Glasspro 608 Saint James Ave Goose Creek,SC 29445

Teddy Bears Used Cars II 316 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

Low Country Mag & Tire, Inc. 88 Westview Dr Goose Creek,SC 29445 Pit Stop Service Center 147 Saint James Ave Goose Creek,SC 29445

Car rentaL
Budget Truck Rental LLC 124 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 National Car Rental 208 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 U-Haul 925 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

Car deaLers
Ashley Preferred Auto & Trucks 137 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Freedom Motors 131 Liberty Hall Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 K Cars 1425 Redbank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

tires
Carolina Tire 106 S Goose Creek Blvd Goose Creek,SC 29445

toWinG
Action Transport & Towing 369 Old Mount Holly Rd Goose Creek,SC 29445 Blue & Gold Auto Storage 429 Howe Hall Rd Goose Creek,SC 29445

Car repair
D & D Automotive 144 Howe Hall Rd Goose Creek,SC 29445

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automotive Guide

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BankinG & FinanCe
aCCountants
Joseph D Bagwell CPA 220 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Lawson’s Tax Service 1303 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Mary L Whited CPA 124 Saint James Avenue Unit A Goose Creek,SC 29445

Banks
First Federal 218 St. James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 First National Bank of South Carolina 106 Thomason Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445

investinG

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FinanCe Guide

Edward Jones 220 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

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speCiaLties
art GaLLeries
Art-Real Framing & Matting 514 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Real Art Framing & Matting 514 St. James Ave-G Goose Creek,SC 29445

Gamestop 607 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 HiTek Consultants 26 Bonnie Burn Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Hollywood Video 214 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Musicians Exchange 303 North Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Radio Shack 607 Saint James Avenue Unit A Goose Creek,SC 29445

Goose Creek,SC 29445 Sav A Lot 205 North Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Wal-Mart Supercenter 603 St. James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

Liquor stores
Atlantic Spirits Inc 1276 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Bev-Town 103 North Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Creekville Spirits 604 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Liquor Store 431 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

art & CraFt suppLy stores
Reflections Scrapbook Service 605 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

Bookstores
Bensten’s Books 105 Lumber Lane Goose Creek,SC 29445 Dreamalot Books 123B South Goose Creek Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445

FLorist
Cameo Florist and Gifts 102 Berkeley Square Lane Goose Creek,SC 29445 Green Gallery Florist 517 Saint James Avenue Suite E Goose Creek,SC 29445 Plantation Florists & Gifts 105-B Thomason Blvd Goose Creek,SC 29445

CaterinG
Godfathers Pizza 429 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Henry Smith Carry Out & Catering Service 1316 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445

4 Paws Boutique 119 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Adorable Pets 345 Brandywine Boulevard Goose Creek,SC 29445 Grooming Room 124 Saint James Avenue Unit F Goose Creek,SC 29445 Pet Stop Of Charleston 107 Banner Court Goose Creek,SC 29445

GroCery stores
Bi-Lo 142 Saint James Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445 Food Lion 1316 Red Bank Road Goose Creek,SC 29445 Lady Bug Florists 431B Saint James Goose Creek,SC 29445 Pantry 215 Red Bank Road

eLeCtroniCs & Computers
Charleston Winlectric 105 Auto Supply Drive Goose Creek,SC 29445 Computer Trouble Shooters 108 Central Avenue Goose Creek,SC 29445

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