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Tidelands Health issues an urgent appeal for volunteer community sewing help

As part of its ongoing response to the COVID-19 coronavirus threat, Tidelands Health is issuing an urgent appeal to community residents who can sew. The health system has several thousand new, never-used N95 respirators in its warehouse. The respirators were acquired during a previous public health emergency but never used. While the N95 respirators themselves are in new condition, the elastic straps have become brittle over time. Before the respirators can be made available to clinical staff, the straps need to be replaced. “We are reaching out to our community and asking for your help,” said Pam Maxwell, the health …

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Jean BOSEMAN such an intelligent lady who cares about the welfare of others…Sarah BROWN sending nice message to newspaper to “keep up the great work” and the team thanks you…Dr. Mike MILLS effectively explaining how to be safer in today’s coronavirus pandemic…Angie KRALL sending message to take care and stay well from Thomas Realty…Emma WILLIAMS, Scarlet, Madison and Kimmy taking one day at a time in Parma, Ohio, until we get through these scary times for everyone…Susan PLATT having so many great ideas to share for the area…Cleo and Dick STEELE will soon be moving back to Ohio to be …

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Help needed with N95 respirators

As part of its ongoing response to the COVID-19 coronavirus threat, Tidelands Health is issuing an urgent appeal to community residents who can sew. The health system has several thousand new, never-used N95 respirators in its warehouse. The respirators were acquired during a previous public health emergency but never used. While the N95 respirators themselves are in new condition, the elastic straps have become brittle over time. Before the respirators can be made available to clinical staff, the straps need to be replaced. “We are reaching out to our community and asking for your help,” said Pam Maxwell, the health …

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Bill BENNETT arriving at just the right time to run a very special errand for longtime friend and many thanks for your help…Cleo STEELE always remembering her friends…Hayleigh VEREEN being such a good girl when she had an ear procedure done and everyone is so very proud of her…Barbara COFFEY checking on her beach friends…A big CROWD still filling Main Street in North Myrtle Beach after the St. Patrick’s Day Parade was canceled last Saturday…Spring officially begins today meaning “SPRING HAS SPRUNG”…Grandma glad to have Ruben LOWMAN and Andrea MAESTRE helping out at the newspaper…EVERYONE looking for better days for …

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North Myrtle Beach St. Patrick’s Day CELEBRATION this Saturday still on go…Happy St. Patrick’s Day to EVERYONE and be all Irish next Tuesday!!!Madison RILEY of North Myrtle Beach has been named a Fall 2019 President’s List honoree at the University of South Carolina Beaufort…Larry O’DONOHUE making sure his insurance clients are informed about their policies and coverage…Jimmy FLOYD keeping check on his community friends and their well being…Linda SICELOFF and Todd making early morning trip to beach to take care of their newspapers…Steven HILL doing very good job for Dad Steve at Golden Griddle Pancake House…Special appreciation extended to Abby …

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Cleo and Dick STEELE officially moving back to Toledo, Ohio, in about six weeks…Sam STEVENS having the best neighbors ever…Mrs. Mary LIVINGSTON sounding and doing great these days at 92 years of age and Sylvia just her right hand daughter…Michele LoPINTO talking about how time is flying by???Lawrence LANE and Lynn BELLAMY getting 46 year old palm tree taken care of where it died from pressure washing building chemicals…TACO BELL holding grand opening on Wednesday, March 11… Stephen GREENE of North Myrtle Beach named to Rochester Institute of Technology Dean’s List for 2019 Fall semester…Lawrence WILLOUGHBY checking to be sure …

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McCumbee is St. Patrick’s Day parade grand marshal

Jeri Lorraine McCumbee was born and raised in Horry County and graduated from Green Sea Floyds High School. She is the daughter of Toni Phillips and Bobby McCumbee. She grew up in the farming world of tobacco, a major crop when she was a child. After graduation, she attended Spartanburg Methodist College. There was no keeping the salt out of her hair, so she returned to the coast. Of course, the only jobs for young people on the beach in the 80’s were the tourist and restaurant industries. Jeri worked at several iconic businesses including Crazy Zacks, The Farmer’s Daughter …

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Randall GRAHAM really ready for “Spring to be Sprung” and good weather to arrive…Bill WALKER sharing nice comments with friend…North Myrtle Beach TIMES office surrounded by COOK-OUT and TACO BELL as another year passes with a lot of growth in that area…Congratulations to Jeri McCUMBEE on her recent honor!!!Thanks to Meg Johnson WILLIAMS for the great feature on Waterway Elementary School employees…Debbie PARKS sporting a very becoming hair style…Joan SCHUSTER always so gracious and friendly when visiting news office…Larry O’DONOHUE working hard to service his insurance customers…Scott MATHEWS was recently honored at Century 21 Real Estate, LLC for his outstanding …

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Rotary Club makes financial gift at gala

The 9th Annual Wigs for Cancer Gala, hosted by Marlisa Small, was held last Saturday at the Hilton on Beach Club Drive in Myrtle Beach.  Five hundred people were in attendance.  The proceeds from the event are used to assist people with cancer to have professional wigs to improve their mental and physical outlook on life while undergoing treatment for cancer. Marlisa is also a member of the Rotary Club of Little River Sunset Edition and to help start the evening, Craig Hill and Paula Yanis of the Rotary Club made a financial contribution to Marlisa on behalf of all …

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