And I think the lights have been a significant factor in out staying together as a community.
Hilton Head Island, SC (PRWEB) November 5, 2006
Since 1990 a small group of neighbors have come together for one of the best kept traditions on Hilton Head Island. It all started with a 40-foot magnolia tree and a small group of islanders. ResortQuest Hilton Head, with more 1100 Hilton Head vacation rentals, will offer collection bins at each check-in center for all visitors and islanders that would like to donate. During the holiday season no one expects snow or even ice crystals in the lowcountry- one thing you can count on after Thanksgiving is the Dove Street Festival of Lights. This year, like every year before, the Lolik Family will adorn their magnolia tree with over 7,000 bulbs- in a neighborhood of over 100,000 bulbs.
Just a few steps from the beach, Forest Beach is one of the premier locations for luxury vacation rentals, with many of the once beach bungalows transformed into unique custom-built homes with southern-style verandas. Yet through the years one thing has remained the same – the Dove Street lights and the people who visit them.
"There is still a sense of neighborhood," said Lolik. "And I think the lights have been a significant factor in out staying together as a community."
This overwhelming sense of community has given those neighbors a chance to give back. Visitors from all over the lowcountry donate to Deep Well during their tour of lights, while nearby Coligny Plaza also accepts unwrapped gifts, canned food, and donations for those in need during the holidays. ResortQuest Hilton Head will also offer a chance to give back this holiday season, with canned good donation collections located at both check-in centers.
ResortQuest Hilton Head extends a helping hand this holiday season with hopes that you will too. With more visitors to the Hilton Head Island everyday, more can be done share with families and friends who just don't have enough.
"We hope visitors to this island paradise will remember those who need help the most." Patti Martin ResortQuest Hilton Head General Manager said. "We know that there are others living on this island that would appreciate a helping hand and ResortQuest Hilton Head wants nothing more than to be just that. Our community involvement is extremely important and the Dove Street Festival of Lights gives us a chance to participate in something very unique."
Planning and decorating for this year's festival will begin in during late November and will continue through early December. ResortQuest Hilton Head will offer collection bins at each check-in center for all visitors and islanders that would like to donate. Please support the local Deep Well foundation and ResortQuest this season. Call (843) 785-2849 or visit ResortQuestHiltonHead.com for more information.
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