At the helm October 2020

At the Helm

anuska octDear Reader 

The cool autumn air is here but unfortunately this year we will miss out on many fall festivals. But there are plenty of Lowcountry stories to talk about. 

As we continue to recognize our 35th anniversary, we also celebrate those who have made a difference in our area for decades.  

This month, we are all revved up to highlight some of the area’s classic car collectors and spotlight people making an impact in our communities.

We also feature the Lowcountry’s Leading Men with stories that showcase the hard work and ingenuity that helps them succeed. 

There are important elections coming in November, and we offer you our guide to who’s running in state and local races so you can be prepared when voters head to the polls Nov. 3. For more information, go to 

Town of Bluffton? Unincorporated Beaufort County? Ever wonder where exactly it is you live? We’ve got you covered.

While you’re in Bluffton, we encourage you to support local farmers visiting the Farmers Market of Bluffton and meet executive director Kim Viljac, who helps bring locally grown produce fresh to our tables.

We also invite you to read our breast cancer awareness guide and discover how a Bluffton woman’s battle with breast cancer inspired a budding business.

And don’t miss out on a Hilton Head Island student’s week-long expedition with a shark research team.

We wish you the best and thank you for inviting us into your lives.

ANUSKA FREY : Publisher