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Knights of Columbus help community

Number 7122 from Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church in North Myrtle Beach continues serving in North Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas.They raise money in various ways to help those in need. One of the ways is the food pantry that is located at the church. Proceeds are raised through their pasta dinners which are hosted every first Tuesday of the month. SONY DSC The next pasta dinner will be held on July 2 from 4:00-6:30 p.m. The annual Christmas dinner dance and going out into the public at Walmart, etc. to accumulate funds for disabled children, …

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Opioids can be addictive, lethal

Opiate medication is widely prescribed as a means of treating moderate to chronic pain. However, this medication is associated with addiction withdrawls and overdoses. CBD oils may be a safer and effective alternative. Opiates span from legal pharmaceuticals prescribed for chronic pain. Opioids find the different parts of the body such as the spinal cord and the brain. When opiates reach the certain parts of the body they reduce the signaling of pain message from the pain area to the brain. Hence the pain is reduced. For this reason opiates are regularly prescribed for chronic and acute pain. Different types …

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Monday at the Masters tournament attracts big names

Who would believe what began with a few friends in Columbia would have grown into an annual event that attracts a lot of big names in sports and entertainment? This year‘s event was the 25th celebrity Pro-Am golf tournament. Since 1994 when it all began it has changed the venue several times until they came to North Myrtle Beach. Hootie and the Blowfish, Monday after the Masters is a fundraiser for several charities. The proceeds are used to strengthen schools and improve educational resources for the South Carolina children and South Carolina Junior Golf Foundation providing scholarships to young students …

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St. Pat’s Parade was biggest, best ever

Who could have anticipated a better way to kick off the annual 31st St. Patrick’s Day parade and festival but with grand marshal Marlisa Small, Mayor Marilyn Hatley and Ed Piotrouski. Ed Piotrouski, Mayor Marilyn Hatley and Grand Marshal Marlisa Small Grand marshal Marlisa Small is no less than an absolutely stunning leader of the parade in her green gown and a beautiful white animal friendly fur. As she flashes her beautiful white smile while waving at the onlookers the warmth of her Southern charm shines through. She is being chauffeured in a sporty white convertible Camaro provided by Jud …

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