Twenty Years Ago - Nov. 27, 2003
The annual Blessing of Daniel Island: The 7th Annual Thanksgiving Service/Blessing of Daniel Island was held Nov.18, 2003 with over 75 people in attendance.
Clergy participating in the worship included Dr. Don Flowers, pastor of Providence Baptist Church, Rev. Rosetta Gant, pastor of St. James A.M.E. Church, Rev. Matthew Moye, pastor of All Saints Lutheran Church, Rev. Gary Heinz, pastor of Seacoast Community Church, and Rev. Msgr. James Carter, pastor of Christ Our King Catholic Church. Nancy Heinz coordinated DI children in expressing what they were thankful for.
Regina Donnelly sang accompanied by Betty Groh on the piano and Jane Oddo on the flute.
Ten Years Ago – Nov. 28, 2013
Development update: The Cainhoy Plantation development (now known as Point Hope) plan was presented to the City of Charleston Planning Commission.
At 9,000 acres, the Cainhoy Plantation project was dubbed the largest master plan to ever come before the City of Charleston.
Planning Commission members got their first look at the massive project, and members of the public had an opportunity to offer feedback.
CMIT debuts on island: Daniel Island resident Amy Justis, President of CMIT Solutions of Charleston, opened her new office offering a broad spectrum of services including proactive computer maintenance, monitoring, and virtual technology packages along with quick response services for when unexpected crises occur.
Real estate update: In October 2013, 22 houses sold. The total volume of sales was $14,854,485. The average sale price was $675,204.