A week from today!!! Be ready to celebrate 4th of July Whitney Lake style!!!
Parade of bikes, strollers, scooters, golf carts, and dogs! Deck them out! Music, games for young and young at heart, jump castle, Kona Ice, and food to purchase! Burgers, dogs, baked beans, and slaw! BYOB! We will have cold water and extra coolers if you need them!!!
The Annual Christmas Gathering at Whitney Lake was a fun event for the Whitney Lake Community. Thanks to the hardworking members of the Social Committee chaired by Joy Bailey. Here are some photos we want to share to those who missed the event on Dec. 16, 2018.
The Whitney Lake Christmas Tree
Buy Tickets for Hot Dogs, Brats and Drinks
Marshmallow Roasting on an Open Fire
Here comes Joy Bailey dishing out food.
The Party Goers
The Christmas Gift Shop for the Kids
Lori Bataller helping kids write to Santa. Love the mailbox!
I took these sunset photos yesterday and today in front of my townhouse. As you can see Florence missed us. We are extremely lucky. We did not get a drop of rain. Street scene was taken from the front porch. Those with the pergola on the left were taken from the second floor closet window. My terrace was boarded so I could not go out but my husband’s closet has a small window and it was not boarded. Those with unobstructed view were taken from the third floor window. Although the pictures do not do justice to the wonderful sunset, you can still see the changes by the minutes.
This was taken on Thursday, 9-13-18 at 7:04 PM. Florence was to make a landfall that night. Not a drop of rain.
Two minutes later, the ground was still dry. Thursday, 9-13-18 at 7:06 PM.
Once again, the residents of Whitney Lake at Johns Island, SC will hold their spring community yard sale on Saturday, April 21 from 8 am to 1 pm. There will be something for everyone. Come and enjoy a great bargain!
Whitney Lake can be accessed from either Maybank Highway, River Rd or Brownswood Rd.
From Maybank Highway, go to Sailfish Rd going to Trophy Lake. At the end of Sailfish, turn right into the back entrance of Whitney Lake.
Coming from River Rd., turn to Murraywood Rd. First left is the entrance to Whitney Lake on Sweetleaf. There is another entrance on Murraywood further down the road on Sparkleberry.
From Brownswood, go to Murraywood and turn right o Sparkleberry or Sweetleaf.
The sale will be scattered around the community in front of people’s front yard.