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Police Youth Programs

  1. Mount Pleasant Reading Patrol

    October 20, 2018, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    The Mount Pleasant Reading Patrol meets on the third Saturday of each month at Barnes and Noble for an hour of reading, followed by craft and giveaways. It is a free program geared to children ages 5 to 11 that builds a foundation of knowledge and trust for our youth and strengthens their relationship with the police department. Reading and literacy are key factors in school retention and graduation rates and the department believes that it is never too early to develop a lifelong love of reading. For more information, contact Sgt. Les Mauldin at or (843) 881-8242 or contact Youth Specialist Tia Egnor at or (843) 849-2838, ext. 26664.

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Stormwater - Water Quality

  1. Master Rain Gardener - Fall 2018 Course Offerings

    October 2, 2018, 8:00 AM - November 16, 2018, 5:00 PM @ All training is online starting in October - location is for the field day on 11/16/18.

    Rain gardens and rainwater harvesting offer residents and landscape professionals with a management tool for flooding on property, erosion prevention, incorporation of native plants and backyard habitat into the lawn, and the establishment of a low-irrigation landscape. The Master Rain Gardener (MRG) program will provide design standards and the knowledge-based skill set necessary to install rain gardens and rainwater harvesting systems on a residential scale. This course is focused on rain garden and rainwater harvesting for both professional and residential audiences. The Master Rain Gardener program is a hybrid, multi-week curriculum allowing self-paced online learning modules, hands-on field experience, and a two-track option (Certification and Letter of Completion) to meet the needs of diverse audiences.

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  2. Native Plant Week October 13-20, 2018

    October 13, 2018, 8:00 AM - October 20, 2018, 5:00 PM @ Multiple events will be held - visit the website for details!

    Using native plants in your landscape can help preserve and protect our natural resources. Native plants require less watering, less pesticides, and they provide habitat for wildlife. In celebration of native plants; lectures, workshops, nature walks, plant sales and more will take place across South Carolina between October 13-20th, 2018. And mark your calendars! The SC Native Plant Society lowcountry native plant sale will take place on October 20th at Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site.

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