McClellanville Hires New Deputy Town Marshal and I Get to Retire

Some of you may be aware that I was the Deputy Town Marshal for McClellanville. I was deputized shortly after moving back here after being a police officer in Rock Hill for 4 years, because I was the most experiences person for the job. After over a year of faithful service I decided that I […]

Rein and Shine’s 6th Annual Barn Raiser

This Saturday, October 13th Rein & Shine will hold their 6th Annual Barn Raiser from 4-8 p.m. McClellanville local, Stuart Foss is the executive director of this great organization that pairs horseback riding and therapy. The organization relies heavily on this yearly fundraiser in order to help lowcountry adults and children with physical, mental, social, […]

McClellanville Fishing Tournament

Put some new line on your reels and scout out your secret fishing holes, because November 3rd is the 16th Annual McClellanville Creek Tournament. The event is sponsored by Archibald Rutledge Academy and 50% of all the proceeds go to supporting the school. The rest is up for grabs for the contestants, with 25% going […]

McClellanville Creek Sweep Enjoys Good Weather

The rain held out for paddling participants in the 2007 McClellanville Creek Sweep this Saturday. McClellanville locals Sherry Browne and Cheves Leland organized the event which was part of South Carolinas 19th Annual Beach Sweep/River Sweep, the states largest volunteer cleanup event of its kind. Around two dozen volunteers hopped in kayaks and paddled through […]

CARTA expands bus route to McClellanville

Starting this Monday, CARTA is expanding their bus route to include McClellanville and Awendaw.  You can try out the ride for free until September 28th.  Pickup points include the Town Hall and the Kangaroo Express and leave at 5:25, 10:20, 12:20, and 3:20 and stops numerous places in Awendaw as well as the new Walmart, […]

MyMcClellanville Giveaway: FREE Dinner for Two at The Crab Pot

The Crab Pot is under new management and will soon be changing their name to Isi. They have graciously offered to donate a free dinner for two to one of MyMcClellanvilles faithful readers in exchange for helping them spread the news. Ive eaten there several times since the change of management and give them my […]

New Book: Salt Water in My Blood

Last night was the book signing for Salt Water in My Blood: The Life Story of Legendary Seaman Capn Sonny Morrison at the town hall. The event was hosted by The Village Museum and Bud Hill gave the introductory speech to standing-room-only crowd. Sonnys wife, Jackie Morrison then spoke about her challenges trying to get […]

6 Reasons McClellanville Won’t Change

One of the hardest things to explain to people about McClellanville is that we are not going to be “discovered” one day and change over night. I cant blame their cynicism, because weve all known a sleepy little town that we loved to visit or pass through and then one day the town has become […]

A Paddle Down Otter Creek and Memory Lane

In McClellanville just across Jeremy Creek from the town boat landing is a small tidal creek named Otter Creek.  On a recent kayak trip, I didn’t encounter any otter, but I did see nature at its best while paddling through this area now known as Mouzon’s Bluff. I start my trek as I entered Otter Creek, only […]

It Takes a Village

You’ve all heard the saying “It takes a village to raise a child”, but do you actually buy into that theory?  Well this sounds-to-good-to-be-true way of living actually exist in McClellanville. Growing up in a small town like McClellanville (under 500 people) and then working as a police officer in Rock Hill (a suburb of […]

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