Readers weigh in on ways to get to know your neighbors

Poll question: When moving to a new town or even just a new neighborhood, getting to know people and finding where you fit in can be a challenge. Luckily, the Daniel Island/Cainhoy area has a number of local organizations that new residents can join and get to know their neighbors. Which organization or activity would you suggest to newcomers? 

Reader Comments:
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• The Exchange Club provides opportunities to give back to our community as well as meet others and social activities.
• The Daniel Island Rotary is a great place to meet wonderful people and learn about business, government and nonprofits in our area.
• Daniel Island Drinking Liberally
• LTP [Live to Play Tennis Daniel Island] if you want to play tennis or pickleball and meet fun people!
• Exchange Club of Daniel Island - Meet people who love the DI Community and support Americanism (Honor Banners on light poles, Field of Honor [800+ Flags], and Youth programs/support (including scholarships and support to the Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center) and support to Veterans (including Project ZERO - resulting getting 335 homeless Veterans into a successful VA housing and employment program). If you want to learn more and be part of making a difference in the Community, the Exchange Club of Daniel Island is a perfect choice!
• Rotary Club, DI Speaker Series, DI Author Series
• ONE Fellowship
• Facebook Clements Ferry group, Nelliefield group, Peninsula group
• Meeting people via the various DI Club events and regular activities (Cabana & Family pools, Cabana cafe, gym/fitness, etc.) enabled us to meet lots of new friends. Just meeting our neighbors via informal get-togethers also a big plus.
• The Daniel Island Exchange Club is a good way to meet others and get involved in community activities that help improve where we live. It also gives one a good overview of a number of service organizations that support our community through their monthly meetings.
School just let out for summer vacation and you have probably already heard these dreaded words from your children: “I’m bored!” What is your family’s go-to summer activity to keep the kiddos busy, happy and healthy? 
Next week: How do you keep kids busy during the summer?
Share your thoughts at by Sunday, June 11, at 5 p.m. And be sure to share specific places or events - you just may help a harried parent save the day.


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