Island Life - December 17, 2020 On Dec. 12, pastors from island churches shared scripture, prayer, and words of hope at the Blessing of the Nativity. The new nativity display was spear-headed by Frank Walsh and built by Johnston Signs. The nativity is on display in front of the Volvo Car Stadium. Pictured are: Pastor Paul Sorensen of One Fellowship, Father West of St. Clare of Assisi, Pastor Freemyer of Providence Church, and Frank Walsh. Regan, and her mother Elizabeth DeStefano, pray before the recently blessed nativity display. The Exchange Club of Daniel Island held its Third Annual Angel Tree for the Humanities Foundation on Dec. 10. The club collected gifts for 43 children including bikes, toys, games, and clothing. This year was a little different from previous years due to COVID-19. The club held a Holiday Parking Lot Party and Toy Drop Drive-Thru. The Humanities Foundation has been a leader in providing affordable housing for families since 1992 to the Lowcountry community, including Daniel Island. Beyond affordable housing, the Foundation provides a wide range of services to assist residents with human service’s needs. Enhancing the lives of the youth residing in our affordable housing communities is an important initiative. Members of the Exchange Club helping with the gifts included, left to right, Lamar Mowatt with the Humanities Foundation, and Exchange Club members Dixie Fanning, secretary; Alexandra Lanza, event coordinator; Jim Herzog; president; and Joe Delpino, president-elect.