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The first Speakers Series presentation of the year came on Feb. 4 when Dr. Carol Lipscomb journeyed to Bull Point to visit friends Pete and Anne Olhasso and spoke to an audience of around 20 Bull Point residents about her book, The Lady Makes Boots. It was a great talk about a fascinating woman.
" How fortunate we are at Bull Point to have such a dedicated Volunteer Maintenance Committee. All those money saving projects are much appreciated. At this, Bull Point's first Thank You Event, Guy Collier received the Key to Bull Point. Guy is always there-one call says it all!
Thank you, Guy and all members of the Maintenance Committee".
Senator Tom Davis has been involved in public affairs since 2002. He has been a Beaufort resident for most of his life & is a two-term state senator.
While Sen. Davis discussed many statewide issues, it became clear that he feels the greatest challenge facing the Lowcountry is over development. Preserving our precious green spaces is among his most prominent concern.
After the meeting, he had quick discussions with several members. The Senator's visit was a request by the Speakers Committee.
On Sept. 28th, the renaming of Huspah Landing to Murdaugh's landing was done to honor the memory of long-time Bull Point superintendent David Murdaugh. David was much more than just an employee; he was a friend and friendly problem solver for residents for many years. His parents, wife, and extended family all journeyed to a windy Bull Point to attend the dedication, which featured nice remembrances from Michelle Pennington & Board of Directors President Vicky Menard.