NEWS

Community Blood Drive - August 24th

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Your donation could save three lives. Make an appointment for our blood drive on August 24th from 10:00 am to 12:00pm at 960 Morrison Drive. Schedule Your Appointment Before It Fills Up! https://donate.thebloodconnection.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/151426 ...

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Tropical Storm Isaias

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We are monitoring tropical storm Isaias closely and encourage everyone to make preparations now by securing any outdoor items that may prove hazardous in high winds. We will arrange for any post storm clean up as soon as possible.Please watch for announcements from the local weather stations or...

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Social Distancing Measures

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Dear valued clients and friends of Ravenel Associates, We would like to share an update on how Ravenel is responding to the rapidly changing environment caused by the continued spreading of coronavirus (COVID-19). Our firm is devoted to the health and safety of our people, clients, and communities...

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COVID-19 Updates

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3/13/2020 12:21 PMAs we continue to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments closely, the health and well-being of our clients and employees is of utmost importance to us. As a critical partner to your community, we also understand that limiting any impact this health event could...

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Community Blood Drive-March 5th

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Ravenel Associates will be hosting a community blood drive at our downtown location on Thursday, March 5th from 10AM - 3PM. All donors will receive light refreshments and $20 Visa gift cards provided by The Blood Connection. Please consider donating blood. Your donation could save three lives....

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Tips for staying safe this Halloween

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There is nothing more adorable than seeing our kids excitedly trick-or-treating as their favorite superhero or cartoon character. As we fondly reminisce Halloweens passed, we get to enjoy watching them form memories of their own. While these times are sure to be cherished, its important that we...

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Don't forget your Fall maintenance!

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Autumn is officially here! With the changing of the leaves come Fall festivals, the Coastal Carolina Fair, pumpkin patches and hay rides. With so many exciting festivities its easy to forget winter is just around the corner. However, its important to complete your fall maintenance checklist...

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Hurricane Dorian

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Ravenel Associates is monitoring Hurricane Dorian. The Governor McMaster has issued a mandatory evacuation for all of the South Carolina coast line beginning at 12 noon, today. Lane reversals of I-26 will begin at noon. It is recommended owners and residents take the time now to secure all...

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Mosquito Control

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The Charleston County Mosquito Control Program utilizes several methods to treat mosquitoes in our area in an effort to protect public health. To request service in your area or to simply learn more, visit the Charleston County Public Works. Excerpts from...

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What You Need to Know About Low-Maintenance Communities

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Author: RARE CharlestonPicture this: It’s winter. It’s freezing. You still need to clear the last of the leaves from your lawn, but you’re finding every excuse to stay huddled inside your warm home and out of the cold, biting air. More than ever, you’re wishing your yard work would...

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Transform Your Home with These Timeless Seasonal Color Schemes

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Author: RARE CharlestonNothing can transform a home quite like a simple seasonal color palette. Whether you want to embrace the fall foliage, some holiday whimsy, or a little winter coziness, you can do all that with a few coats of paint and some well-placed splashes of color. The best...

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Lane Reversals to Begin at Noon

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Gov. Henry McMaster has ordered lane reversals on I-26 beginning at noon so that all four lanes may be used for traffic traveling westbound. For full details on the lane reversals and road closures click the link below. Live 5 News: I-26 eastbound closed; lane reversals to begin at 12 p.m. for...

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Hurricane Planning 9/10/18

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There is a category 4 hurricane forecasted to come to the Charleston area. We are tracking the storm through the National Weather Service and with the local and state government working through plans for a storm. We hope that some of this information is helpful for you and your family to stay...

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