What it’s like to live at Summers Corner

03.14.2017 | Community News, News & Events

Wake up to the sound of a Carolina Wren’s teakettle song outside your window. (So much better than an alarm). Resist the impulse to check your email, at least until the coffee is on. (No rush.) Step out onto the wide, inviting porch, and ease into the day. Take a deep breath, the air is read more

Learn, Grow, Serve | Interview with Sand Hill Elementary School Principal, Wally Baird | Part 1

02.15.2017 | Community News, News & Events

At Summers Corner, high-quality schools are non-negotiable. Our community is part of highly acclaimed Dorchester District Two- rated excellent for three consecutive years on the annual state report card. Children who live at Summers Corner will attend the new, state-of-the art Sand Hill Elementary School. At the helm is Principal Dr. Wally Baird. We recently read more

Home Is Where Your Stuff Is

12.29.2016 | Community News, News & Events

In our increasingly transient world few stay in one place for long, so I feel blessed to have grown up in one home during my formative years, and to have had it in our family for almost six decades. I must admit, however, that the older I get, the more bittersweet the trips back there read more

Back-to-school: Sand Hill Elementary now open

08.15.2016 | Community News, News & Events

Sand Hill Elementary School opened its doors today for the school’s inaugural year. The school is part of top-rated Dorchester Distrcit Two – considered the best in the region. The district has been consistently rated “excellent” on the South Carolina Annual School District Report Card, and is the only local district that received an “A” read more

The simple joys of Market Sunday

06.29.2016 | Bits and Bites News, Community News, News & Events

There’s a simple, shared delight that emanates through a busy farmer’s market. It’s a place where the day slows down just a little. Where you find yourself really admiring the soft, fuzzy flesh of a ripe peach. Something you just wouldn’t do in a bright, crowded grocery store. There’s a certain gratification in shaking the read more