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2nd Annual Gimme Shelter Benefiting Operation Home

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 1, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Operation Home announces the 2nd Annual Gimme Shelter presented by Home Team BBQ and Fat & Juicy on Saturday, May 12th at 6pm at the Navy Yard at Noisette, 10 Storehouse Row. The Big Easy comes to the Lowcountry with lively entertainment, funky music from Dikki Du and the Zydeco Krewe and a taste of New Orleans. Prepared by Home Team BBQ Executive Chef Aaron Siegel, the menu is complete with a Crawfish Boil, Jambalaya, Mini Po-Boys, Red Beans and Rice as well as plenty of Hurricanes and more. Tickets are $50 in advance or $60 at the door. Shuttle Hogs will provide transportation from drop offs for a minimal fee where half of fare is donated to Operation Home.

Operation Home’s mission is to help low-income residents of the tri-county area remain in their homes by increasing safety and accessibility through the coordination of critical home repairs. Their work focuses on the people the most in need including households that contain children, people with disabilities or older adults. Operation Home is committed to ensuring that no person has to live in a home that is inaccessible or dangerous.

Sponsors: Home Team BBQ, Fat & Juicy, Tiller Construction, Ascue’s Auto Body and Paint Shop, Icebox Beverage Services, 105.5 The Bridge, Charleston City Paper, Filigree, Flyway Real Estate, Objectively Squared, Lowcountry Housing Trust, Commonwealth Contracting, Shuttle Hogs, Berlin Restaurant Supply, Charleston Artist Collective, The Sustainable Warehouse, and Eskimo Advertising.

Planning Committee: Lorrie Dixson, Jenny Keenan, Lisa Potts, Aaron Siegel, Gray Tiller, Jerrod Wilkins and Rachel Williams.

Host Committee: Jeff Baxter, Alex Collier, Sandy Farkas, Anna Hamilton, Kristin Hawkins, James Hynes, Mick Jewell, Trey Knott, Carter McMillian, Rebecca O’Brien, and Laura Rayl.

For sponsorships, silent auction donations, interviews or high resolution photos, please contact lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com.

WHEN: Saturday, May 12th at 6pm

WHERE: 
Navy Yard at Noisette
10 Storehouse Row

TICKETS: $50 in advance or $60 at the door. Click HERE to purchase.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Visit www.operationhome.org.

Heather Key Tiller’s Filigree Jewelry Boutique

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 26, 2011 by Lowcountry Boil

Photo provided by Filigree

Downtown Charleston offers a varied shopping experience for the tourists and locals alike. However, it is the small treasures of the sometimes hidden stores that make Charleston shine. One of those is Filigree, an innovative jewelry boutique featuring the creative wares of Heather Key Tiller. Located at 47 John Street in the fashionable Design District of historical Charleston, Filigree offers custom-designed pieces using unique accent finds as well as precious and semiprecious stones accompanied by 14-karat gold or sterling silver. All styles of necklaces, bracelets and earrings feature a signature “key” clasp and are created on-site in limited release.

According to Vogue Magazine, “Her pieces are excitingly unique and exquisitely handmade. The varied classic designs feature high quality, scintillating stones and lustrous pearls.”

Turquoise, Peruvian opal with various antique chains, Photo provided by Filigree

Heather Key Tiller graduated from Vanderbilt University and studied jewelry design at Penland School. She began her career in 1997 as a gemstone and metal artisan. Heather sold her designs at trunk shows, farmers’ markets and eventually in 80 stores along the Southeast. An entrepreneur with a passion and drive, she took a leap to open Filigree in 2001. Ten years later, Heather is a pioneer in the market of custom jewelry in the Southeast offering original, classic, yet funky natural stone jewelry that is timeless.

MORE INFORMATION: www.filigreecharleston.com

working primarily with natural stones

Gimme Shelter Event to Benefit Operation Home

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 8, 2011 by Lowcountry Boil

Design by Sunday Entertainment

On Thursday, March 31st from 7-11pm at Eye Level Art Gallery, Operation Home and Home Team BBQ present Gimme Shelter, a festive evening with a theme that celebrates a legendary Cuban night. The event will include beer, wine and specialty drinks including The Hemingway, Mojitos and famous Frozen Painkillers, on site hand-rolled cigars in a Havana lounge, a small silent auction, innovative multi-media entertainment and live Cuban music. Additionally, pit-master Aaron Siegel will be jerk-rubbing pork and chicken and then cooking them low and slow in Home Team’s wood fired smoker. Accented with a Cuban-inspired rum BBQ sauce and citrus juices, these items will be accompanied by grilled pineapple spicy rice and wild and crazy black beans.

Tickets are $65 each and can be purchased online at www.operationhome.org/events. Event Sponsors include 105.5 The Bridge, Baker Bishop, Charleston Artist Collective, Charleston City Paper, Charleston Home Magazine, Charleston Picture Company, Eskimo Advertising, Fat and Juicy Bloody Mary Mix, Filigree, Highsmith Insurance, Law Offices of Simons & Dean, Marsh Contracting, Olson & Good Attorneys at Law, Shuttle Hogs, South Carolina Bank and Trust, Tiller Construction and Yarborough Applegate, LLC.

Photo Provided by Operation Home

Operation Home’s mission is to help low-income residents of Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester Counties remain in their homes by increasing safety and accessibility through the coordination of critical home repairs. Their work focuses on the people the most in need including households that contain children, people with disabilities or older adults. Since its inception, hundreds of homes have been repaired by Operation Home, totaling in excess of $1 million. Operation Home is committed to ensuring that no person has to live in a home that is inaccessible or dangerous.

For more information about the event or Operation Home, please visit www.operationhome.org.

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