To the Editor:

It’s not ice cream, but the Sun City Community Theater is serving up a cool treat in air-conditioned comfort with the musical comedy “A … My Name Will Always Be Alice.” Our shows are performed by talented Sun City residents and are open to the general public.

This is a musical revue compilation with songs and sketches from two earlier versions of “Alice.” The tunes run across all genres so there is something for everyone in this hilarious and – at times tender – production.

Our five women actors sing, dance and share experiences – from joy to melancholy, from thought-provoking to hysterical. And there is a bit of naughtiness as the ladies poke fun at men, women, each other and life in general. (This is not for children.)

We invite our neighbors all over Bluffton to come and enjoy this show. If you have never been to one of our productions at our beautiful Magnolia Hall, you’re in for a treat. Tickets are available online at or by calling 843-645-2700.

Susan McGreal

Sun City

To the Editor:

Once again, I am writing to you about the Memorial Day ceremony.

Sixty-six people attended. It saddens me to say that, once again, the American Legion, the Town of Bluffton and the community do not understand the TRUE meaning of Memorial Day.

Refresher: This is a day of remembrance of fallen military and is a solemn day for ALL military.

THIS IS NOT a day of recognition for first responders, law enforcement or firefighters. They have their own days.

I was very disappointed that the need to recognize these individuals took away form the real purpose of this day.

As I have said before, this town, this community needs to do better.

Tony Solomon

Gysgt USMC, Ret.