If you have ever moved to a new house, apartment, or office by yourself, you know how much of a pain it can be. The moving process can be filled with many different emotions. On the one hand, you’re probably excited about the new adventure that lies ahead of you. On the other hand, you’re probably dreading the heavy lifting, pulling, packing, organizing, and logistical aspects of moving.
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Strong Men Moving is a full-service moving company in Daniel Island. We run our trucks at 110%, meaning we go above and beyond what other movers in Daniel Island are willing to do.
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When you bring in the Strong Men, you can rest assured that you’re getting a full-service, friendly experience from the minute we pull into your driveway to the minute we shake your hand goodbye. Unlike some moving companies in Daniel Island, punctuality is not our poison. We strive to arrive on time to each job that we are hired to perform.
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Along with divorce and the loss of a job, moving is listed as one of the most stressful experiences a person can go through in their lifetime. When you consider the packing, the lifting, the scheduling, and the general disruption that moving can have on your life, it’s easy to understand why.
As the premier moving company in Daniel Island, our goal is to carry your moving burden, so you can stay focused on your daily life. You can rest easy knowing our movers in Daniel Island will always show up to your home with a positive attitude, friendly smile, and motivation to work. We treat your property like it was our own and take great care in handling all the items we move for you.
In addition, we prep our team of movers for many situations and provide thorough training on the fundamentals of moving, packing, risk management, and more.
If you own specialty items such as art, antiques, or other valuables, we will take every precaution necessary to ensure your possessions arrive to your new home safe and sound.
Whether you’re moving to a new home down the street or are coming from another state, we have the experience, tools, and professional movers to do the job correctly. We even offer additional residential moving services that include packing, unpacking, overnight storage, and much more.
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Do you already have reliable transportation but still need a team of professional movers to handle your heavy lifting? Strong Men Moving now offers labor-only moving services in Daniel Island for both residential and commercial moving projects.
A few benefits of labor-only moving include:
Daniel Island and the surrounding metropolitan area is a hot spot for business. Dozens of companies scout Daniel Island each year as a new place to call home, where they can broaden their horizons and find new clients. What some businesses do not take into account is the logistics and headaches involved with moving to a new location.
Strong Men Moving has built a reputation as a leader in commercial moving services in Daniel Island. We have the tools, team, and experience necessary to facilitate a smooth move for your business at a reasonable price.
In our experience as a commercial moving company in Daniel Island, we have discovered that it can be complicated to move to a new business location. During this transition, we know that you need:
To make sure we meet the requirements above, we will speak with you at length about your upcoming commercial business relocation. That way, we get a better understanding of the logistics involved. We will also provide you with a free quote, so you can plan your budget ahead of time.
At Strong Men Moving, some common commercial moving services include:
Whether you have to move a few office chairs down the street or need help transitioning to a new location, we are here to serve.
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With Strong Men Moving’s refuse removal services, we can haul away all the heavy, unusable items that your trash service won’t pick up.
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If you’re like most average folks living in the U.S., you probably have hundreds of items lying around your house that need to be packed before you can move to a new home. Packing can be a massive source of frustration, especially for busy families and professionals who don’t have the time or patience to pack.
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Why hire a moving company in Daniel Island like Strong Men Moving to help you pack? Here’s why most of our clients want us to pack for them:
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If you have a large-scale cleanout project, we can help with that, too. Our home and commercial cleanout services are great if you need to dispose of a large number of items in a short period of time.
All you have to do is give us a call, and we’ll come to your location to remove your unwanted items, taking care not to damage your home or office. Once we have removed your refuse, we’ll dispose of it in an environmentally-friendly fashion to help protect the Lowcountry we love so much.
A few common cleanout services in Daniel Island include:
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Talk about a decade of dynastic results, and all conversation and coronation lead to the Bishop England girls’ program, which has been sensational.The Bishops have been the best of the best in South Carolina since winning their first state championship to culminate the 2011-12 season.Since then, the team has added five more state titles while compiling a 236-21 record.“I’ll say this and I’m dead serious. I don’t look at or remember records,” Coach Paul Runey said. “What I remembe...
Talk about a decade of dynastic results, and all conversation and coronation lead to the Bishop England girls’ program, which has been sensational.
The Bishops have been the best of the best in South Carolina since winning their first state championship to culminate the 2011-12 season.
Since then, the team has added five more state titles while compiling a 236-21 record.
“I’ll say this and I’m dead serious. I don’t look at or remember records,” Coach Paul Runey said. “What I remember are the people who made it happen.”
Runey is the mastermind of the program and guided the team to a 12-2 record last winter in a season shortened by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Bishops reached the Class AAA state championship, but dropped a 62-57 decision to Keenan in a tense title showdown.
This season marks a lineup different in past years. There are 10 seniors on the roster with a junior and for sophomores. The coach notes the team will have a completely different chemistry next season and might be the second wave and era of success.
Two of the sophomores, Lizzy Tompkins and Izzy Wood, show potential. They also have sisters who have had much success at BE. JoJo Tompkins played on a state championship team, while two-sport star Lily Wood played on the 2019 state championship basketball team while earning eight state championships overall.
Bishop England, a perennial heavyweight, began the season at No. 9 in the state coaches association’s preseason poll of the top Class AAA teams in the state.
The Bishops were battling injuries before the season-opener. Princess Scott, who has shown dramatic improvement since her freshman year, suffered a torn labrum and will miss the first couple of weeks of the season. Ally Dominiak suffered the same injury, but has returned. Senior Adry Simmons, who splits time at forward and center, suffered a knee injury and missed most of last season. She is rounding into form.
The Bishops opened the season with victories on the opposite ends of the stress meter. They clobbered Charleston Collegiate 74-8 in the opener and then held on against a late Cane Bay rally to gain a 52-50 victory as Dominiak scored 24 points and Ella Scharr tallied 16.
“We just have a group of steady young players, young players who have a lot to take in,” Runey said. “We have a lot of players back for the final year of their careers.
“We have some young players with experience, with playing time,” Runey continued. “We’re still trying to figure out who will play point guard.”
Last March, Keenan proved to be the team to beat. The team might prove more of the same the next two seasons thanks to Milaysia Fulwiley, a sophomore superstar last winter who is back for her junior season. She is already an icon among the best players in state history.
Runey concedes the top ranking to Keenan, saying. “We’re just the little train chugging along. We’re working to fill the holes without too big of a drop-off.”
The Bishop England boys’ basketball team seems to have all the ingredients for a successful season. The issue, coach Bryan Grevey says, is to develop an identity.The Bishops have four players who are 6-foot-5 or taller. They also have some tenacious guards who are quick and skilled. Throw in a veteran coach like Grevey and the team is set for another big season despite some issues such as lack of experience.“We’re trying to find our identity,” Grevey said. “We have only one kid with any real experi...
The Bishop England boys’ basketball team seems to have all the ingredients for a successful season. The issue, coach Bryan Grevey says, is to develop an identity.
The Bishops have four players who are 6-foot-5 or taller. They also have some tenacious guards who are quick and skilled. Throw in a veteran coach like Grevey and the team is set for another big season despite some issues such as lack of experience.
“We’re trying to find our identity,” Grevey said. “We have only one kid with any real experience. “That’s Elliott Sanders. He’s a pitcher on the baseball team and was a quarterback on the football team. He’s athletic. He’s quick and is a great defender.”
Senior John Turisk is the other starting guard. He spent last winter in and out of quarantine and didn’t see much action.
“He’s fast and quick,” Grevey said. “He brings a lot of juice to the game.”
Luke Leonard, 6-5, and Cole Alexander, 6-6, head up the group of inside players who must make up for the loss of all-state selection Daniel Brooks, who graduated and now plays for the College of Charleston’s baseball team.
Ty Schaafsma, who played guard and forward and earned Region 8-AAA honors, is another big loss. He led the Bishops in scoring with 17.8 points per game. He was second in rebounding with 6.3 rebounds per outing.
The past two seasons have been memorable for the Bishops, although most people would like to forget the 2020-21 season because of the pandemic, not so much because of success.
Two winters ago, the Bishops posted a 26-3 record, complete with a 20-game winning streak and a Region 8-AAA championship.
The success continued last winter although the COVID-19 pandemic shortened the season and shrunk the playoff field.
The Bishops were 10-2 overall in 2020-21, and won the Region 8-AAA title. They reached the Elite 8 of the Class AAA state playoffs, but dropped a 60-59 decision to Marlboro County.
The Bishops opened this season with a 3-2 record. They won the Charleston Math & Science’s Riptide Tournament and followed it up with a 1-2 record in the Stall Invitational. The lone win in the Stall event was a victory over rival Porter-Gaud.
“We’re still learning what the team’s strengths are,” Grevey said. “We’re molding the team, and I know they will play well together. I really like this team. We have some talent and chemistry. Our job as coaches is to find the right combination.”
The Bishops will be a factor in what promises to be a competitive Region 8-AAA.
“The interesting thing about it is every team is improved,” Grevey said. “Oceanside Collegiate (Academy) has four starters back, so they are the favorites on paper. “We’re going to be competitive. Teams like North Charleston, Academic Magnet and Battery Creek have talent and impressive histories. It’s going to be wide open, almost a crap shoot. No one will have the championship handed to them. The winner will have to work for it.”
Berkeley County implemented a countywide noise ordinance last month. The last time the ordinance had been updated was 2009.The change comes on the heels of the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) receiving multiple citizen complaints concerning noise violations in various communities.The newly adopted ordinance lists several types of noises, including radios, televisions, percussion instruments, loudspeakers, construction, repairing, or demolition of buildings, yelling or shouting, vehicle exhaust or vehicle defect, f...
Berkeley County implemented a countywide noise ordinance last month. The last time the ordinance had been updated was 2009.
The change comes on the heels of the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) receiving multiple citizen complaints concerning noise violations in various communities.
The newly adopted ordinance lists several types of noises, including radios, televisions, percussion instruments, loudspeakers, construction, repairing, or demolition of buildings, yelling or shouting, vehicle exhaust or vehicle defect, fireworks, gunshots or any other loud or unnatural noise that would be a discomfort to any residence. For clarification, this does not apply to lawn equipment, such as leaf blowers for example.
“This is a countywide ordinance intended to give the sheriff’s office an enforceable tool regarding true noise disturbances. This is not intended to address everyday noises, such as lawn equipment,” said County Councilman Josh Whitley, who represents the Daniel Island area.
Noise, as defined by the revised ordinance, is “any sound that is either loud, boisterous, unpleasant, unreasonable or that causes a disturbance of the public peace.”
The sheriff’s office wasn’t the only governing entity that fielded complaints about noise grievances. The Daniel Island Property Owners Association (DIPOA) did as well.
DIPOA president Jane Baker noted that she conferred with Berkeley County and was informed that all residential lawn equipment is permissible countywide, including on Daniel Island, during reasonable hours of activity.
The ordinance notes that construction noise is permissible between the hours of 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. on the weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on the weekends. Normal residential noise is permitted between 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Technically, there is no specific time frame that lawn equipment can or cannot be operated in one’s yard any given day of the week. However, Baker said that the DIPOA follows the same reasonable daytime hours as construction, which is essentially from dawn to dusk.
Baker noted that the DIPOA is committed to using more sustainable lawn equipment in common areas. One of their contracted landscapers, The Greenery, is striving to operate 75% of electric and non-gas powered equipment by the end of 2023.
“We will not overreach with the ordinance but instead we hope to improve our citizens’ quality of life,” BCSO Sheriff Duane Lewis released in a statement. “Deputies will enforce the noise ordinance but will simultaneously protect everyone’s constitutional rights.”
Philip Simmons High School had a younger look this fall. Nearly 120 children dressed in purple and black descended onto the fields each Saturday during the inaugural season of the Philip Simmons Youth Football and Cheerleading program.According to C.J. Hirschman, who co-directs the football program with Austin McKinney, there was previously no organized youth tackle football on Daniel Island or the Cainhoy peninsula. He said the growth of the Clements Ferry corridor and the Philip Simmons public schools brought a need and a want for t...
Philip Simmons High School had a younger look this fall. Nearly 120 children dressed in purple and black descended onto the fields each Saturday during the inaugural season of the Philip Simmons Youth Football and Cheerleading program.
According to C.J. Hirschman, who co-directs the football program with Austin McKinney, there was previously no organized youth tackle football on Daniel Island or the Cainhoy peninsula. He said the growth of the Clements Ferry corridor and the Philip Simmons public schools brought a need and a want for the league.
“We’ve been overwhelmed with the amount of players and the overall support from our community,” Hirschman said. “From Daniel Island to Clements Ferry to Huger… There’s been an outpouring of support from everybody.”
The first season, 90 football players and 34 cheerleaders from Cainhoy Elementary, the Daniel Island School, Philip Simmons Elementary and Middle Schools, along with some private and home-schooled children, signed on to compete against teams around the region.
“We started off grassroots using social media, road signs and word of mouth, and our local schools sent out flyers to all the kids,” Hirschman said. “We had a lot of people waiting to see how things went the first year and are ready to go for next year.”
By all accounts, the initiative is a success. Hirschman said they are growing the football program from three to six teams next year and the cheerleading program will grow from two to four teams, for a total of more than 200 participants in kindergarten through eighth grade.
“To be able to create lifelong bonds and friendships and bring together all these communities; it’s been great,” Hirschman said.
Cheerleading director Crystal Herring agrees. “It has been absolutely wonderful,” she said. “These girls have bonded and created new friendships and a lot of the girls’ friends will come to the games and ask how they can join.”
Throughout the season, Herring brought in different guest coaches and experienced cheerleaders who helped teach cheers, stunts and dance routines, and “cheer moms” helped with practices and provided safety support during stunts.
“It takes a village,” Herring said. “Parents have been volunteering to bring snacks and water to each game and our cheer moms have helped lead the girls. We definitely couldn’t do it without all the parents’ help.”
The cheerleaders will hold a toy drive for Toys for Tots on Dec. 11, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Famulari’s Pizzeria on Clements Ferry Road. Information about the cheerleading program and signups for next year can be found on Instagram @PSYouthCheer.
Information about the football program and sponsorship opportunities can be found on its Philip Simmons Youth Football Facebook page, or its website at psyouthfb.com.
Philip Simmons Youth Football and Cheerleading is a nonprofit organization that relies on donations and sponsorships for funding. It is part of the South Carolina Youth Football Association that serves children between the ages of 5-12, teaching them the values of teamwork, good sportsmanship, discipline, and self-respect, while also stressing the importance of academics.
A guide to this week’s South Carolina High School League football state championship games, being held Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Benedict College’s Charlie W. Johnson Stadium in Columbia.? Class 4A: Beaufort (12-2) vs. South Pointe (12-1), 7 p.m. ThursdayGame notes: Second championship appearance for Beaufort since desegregation. The Eagles lost to Clover in the 2007 championship. South Pointe is making its eighth championship appearance and first since 2017. The Stallions have won five state ch...
A guide to this week’s South Carolina High School League football state championship games, being held Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Benedict College’s Charlie W. Johnson Stadium in Columbia.
? Class 4A: Beaufort (12-2) vs. South Pointe (12-1), 7 p.m. Thursday
Game notes: Second championship appearance for Beaufort since desegregation. The Eagles lost to Clover in the 2007 championship. South Pointe is making its eighth championship appearance and first since 2017. The Stallions have won five state championships including four in a row from 2014-17. South Pointe coach DeVonte Holloman played on the Stallions 2008 championship team. Holloman was head coach at Beaufort in 2018 and hired current Beaufort coach Bryce Lybrand as an assistant coach. Lybrand was a freshman on Greenwood’s 2000 championship team.
Top players: Beaufort quarterback Tyler Haley has accounted for 3,091 yards of offense and 25 touchdowns. Amariee Morris had four touchdowns for Beaufort in the lower state championship last week. ... South Pointe quarterback Zaveion McCrorey has thrown for 2,635 yards and 31 total touchdowns. Receiver Waymond Jenerette has 80 catches for 1,248 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Bezjak’s prediction: South Pointe
? Class 3A: Camden (11-2) vs. Daniel (13-0), 2 p.m. Friday
Game notes: Rematch of last year’s state championship game, won by Daniel 52-31. First time since Hartsville and South Pointe in 2016-17 that same two teams have played each other in consecutive championship games. Camden is making its 16th championship appearance and has won seven titles. Daniel is looking for its seventh championship.
Top players: Camden defense is giving up 11.9 points a game featuring junior defensive lineman Xzavier McLeod, the top ranked prospect in South Carolina for 2023. Camden’s Grayson White is the third QB used this year; he started the season on the defensive line. ... Daniel QB Trent Pearman was the 2020 S.C. Gatorade Player of Year and has thrown for 3,497 yards and 41 touchdowns. Clay Swinney, the son of Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney, is fourth on the team in catches with 34 receptions for 400 yards and six touchdowns. Jahiem Lawson leads Daniel with 11 sacks.
Bezjak’s prediction: Daniel
? Class 2A: Gray Collegiate (13-1) vs. Silver Bluff (11-0), 7 p.m. Friday
Game notes: First state championship appearance for Gray Collegiate, whose first season was in 2014. Silver Bluff is making its eighth championship appearance and has won five state titles. Silver Bluff coach DeAngelo Bryant won two state titles in 2000-01 as a player at his alma mater. This will be Gray’s third matchup against a state finalist from this year. Gray defeated Class 3A finalist Camden and lost to 5A finalist Gaffney.
Top players: Gray Collegiate running back KZ Adams leads the state with 3,035 yards rushing and has 39 total touchdowns. Zach Glenn leads Gray with 137 tackles. ... Silver Bluff sophomore running back Travon Dunbar has 1,833 rushing yards and 29 total touchdowns, one shy of school single-season TD record. QB Maleik Williams has broken the school single-season records for passing yards, completion percentage, passing efficiency. All those records were held by head coach DeAngelo Bryant.
Bezjak’s prediction: Gray Collegiate
? Class A: Southside Christian (13-0) vs. Bamberg-Ehrhardt (14-0), noon Saturday
Game notes: Southside Christian is the defending Class A champion and looking for its third state title in school history. Southside enters the game with a 21-game winning streak. B-E is making its first championship appearance since 2017.
Top players: Isaiah Johnson took over QB duties late in the season for Bamberg-Ehrhardt because of injury. B-E will rotate running backs with Nick Folk, Quincy Bias and Quentin Banks all getting carries. ... Southside Christian’s Jacorey Martin has thrown for 1,504 yards and 22 TDs. Defensive lineman Michael Kennedy is team’s top defensive player.
Bezjak’s prediction: Southside Christian
? Class 5A: Dutch Fork (12-0) vs. Gaffney (14-0), 5 p.m. Saturday
Game notes: Rematch of the 2012 Class 4A Division I championship won by Gaffney. Dutch Fork is making its ninth championship appearance and looking for its sixth-straight Class 5A title. Dutch Fork coach Tom Knotts is going for his 14th state championship, seventh in South Carolina. He also won seven titles in North Carolina. Gaffney is making its 23rd title appearance and has won 16 state championships, most in state history. (The school claims a 17th title. From the 1930s to late 1960s, champions were voted on by the SCHSL and The Associated Press. Most years both organizations voted on the same team. In 1961, the SCHSL voted Greenwood as the state champion, while the AP voted Gaffney as champs.)
Top players: Dutch Fork running back Jarvis Green has rushed for 1,464 yards, 32 touchdowns and caught 25 passes for 376 yards and four scores. DF receiver Antonio Williams has 68 catches for 1,414 yards, 13 touchdowns and also has three punt returns for TDs and one kickoff. ... Gaffney has a pair of 1,000-yard rushers in Tyler Smith and Ken Littllejohn.
Bezjak’s prediction: Dutch Fork
? THE ADDRESS: Benedict College’s Charlie W. Johnson Stadium is at 1920 Two Notch Road in Columbia.
? TICKETS: $15, can be purchased at gofan.co or through each of the schools before game day. No tickets will be sold on site. Stadium will be cleared after each game. Must have a ticket for each game. No re-entry is allowed.
? PARKING: Parking is $10 per car, cash only. Trailers pulled behind vehicles are an additional $10. Tailgating will be allowed.
? TV: All five games will be carried on Sinclair Broadcasting stations across South Carolina. Affiliates are WMYA (My40 Asheville-Greenville), WACH (57.2/1250/Columbia), WCIV (MyTV Charleston) and WWMB (CW21, Florence/Myrtle Beach). In Columbia, the Dutch Fork-Gaffney game will also air on regular WACH 57.
? INTERNET: All five games will be streamed on www.nfhsnetwork. A $10.00 paid subscription is required but is good for the whole month.
? RADIO: The South Pointe-Beaufort game will be on WRHI 100.1 FM in Rock Hill, on the state’s mobile app and online at www.wrhi.com
The Camden-Daniel game will be carried on KOOL 102.7 FM and streamed online on the station’s App and at https://onlineradiobox.com/us/wpubfm/
The Dutch Fork-Gaffney game will be broadcast on WZZQ 104.3 FM in the Spartanburg/Gaffney area and online at wzzqradio.com
This story was originally published November 30, 2021 11:29 AM.