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VFW POST 10804 earns newsletter award

For the second year in a row, North Myrtle Beach Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10804 has earned the Department of South Carolina Communication Award for its outstanding monthly newsletter. The award was presented at the Department’s (state) Spring Conference held in Greenville. The criteria for the Post Newsletter includes providing information (names and contact means) of all elected and appointed officers at the Post and District levels, membership activity and recruiting initiatives, advance information about upcoming post events such as Poppy distribution, post and district elections, special post events (like post educational activities, veterans memorial services, community event participation, …

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North Myrtle Beach High School inducts nine into its Athletic Hall of Fame

It was a night of celebration and memories as nine members were added to the North Myrtle Beach High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame. The fourth Hall of Fame class since 2015 was introduced during the break between the North Myrtle Beach-Myrtle Beach basketball games on Friday night. Saturday evening at 6:30 they were brought to the stage, given their Hall of Fame plaques and listened while Milton Gore introduced each new member and read their list of accomplishments. Selection to the Hall was based on each person’s devotion to the school’s athletic teams or program over the years, and …

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NMB VFW Post 10804 honors ‘Best of the Best’ in Horry County

On Sunday, Jan. 27, the men and women of VFW Post 10804 and its Auxiliary honored “The Best of the Best” in Horry County for the 27th year in a row at a luncheon and awards ceremony held at Post 10804 in Little River. The event was attended by 110 people that included the award winners, family, guests and VFW and Auxiliary members. Everyone was treated to a free lunch provided by Post 10804. After a welcome by Post Commander Nick Camera, an invocation by Post Chaplain Bob Wasden and everyone repeating the Pledge of Allegiance, master of ceremonies Frank …

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Chatterbox

Annie RIGBY visiting North Myrtle Beach last Thursday afternoon for several reasons including visiting her son Chandler who works at Boardwalk Billy’s. Jennifer WALTERS and Izzy WEST moving to their new home today for the Little River Chamber of Commerce. Joan and Ed VAITIS so very proud of their wonderful great-grandson. Lovely Marsheila VEREEN stopping by for a great visit. Thanks for the nice thoughts and words Donita KAYTON. Michael TOTO such a great cook especially with those awesome Italian dishes. Debbie and John SMITHSON spending last weekend in Charleston. Vicki KEIBLER keeping in touch and sharing family updates. A …

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City of North Myrtle Beach Looks Ahead To New Fiscal Year

Most city projects that occur during the first half of calendar year 2019 are continuations from 2018 because the city is still tracking fiscal year 2018, which runs July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019. City Council and staff will discuss proposed projects for the latter half of 2019 (fiscal year 2020) during Council’s February 25-26 Fiscal Year 2020 budget retreat at Wampee Plantation at 1190 Chicora Drive in Pinopolis. The budget retreat is open to the public. The city will post budget retreat materials online at www.nmb.us as they become available. Council will adopt a FY 2020 budget in May 2019. …

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Hembree Selected To Lead Senate Education Committee

Greg Hembree, State Senator for District 28 (Horry and Dillon), of Little River has been named Chairman of the Senate Education Committee. This was announced on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, by President of the Senate, Harvey Peeler. The Senate Education Committee is responsible for all state legislation impacting preschool, kindergarten through grade 12 and institutions of higher education in South Carolina. Asked about his new assignment Senator Hembree said, “Providing the opportunity for a world class education to every South Carolinian is one of the most fundamental responsibilities of government. We have a very strong group of senators serving on …

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Chatterbox

Welcome SHAGGERS to Mid-Winter SOS… Greg DRUMMOND such an interesting gentleman to talk with and his visits are always welcomed… Ginny COOPER such a pleasant and helpful retired lady who is a great big asset to the community in so many ways…Delores THOMPSON making sure North Myrtle Beach Area Historical Museum is always ready as she welcomes people to it under the direction of executive director Cathy ALTMAN… Rusty HELM making a hunting trip to Canada recently and bagging an eight-point deer… Edith Ann PHILLIPS going the extra mile to always help those when in need…Mike MAHANEY cranking out some …

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Fire Department Launches Coat Drive

Throughout January, the North Myrtle Beach Fire Department is collecting coats, hats, gloves and socks for the Sea Haven Youth Homeless Shelter. The items can be new or in good used condition. Please bring your items to any North Myrtle Beach fire station. The North Myrtle Beach Fire Station Locations are: Station 1 – 1015 2nd Avenue South, Station 2 – 307 Sea Mountain Highway, Station 3 – 803 33rd Avenue South, Station 4 – 5345 Little River Neck Road and Station 5 – 4740 Barefoot Resort Bridge Road. For more information, contact Firefighter/EMT Aaron Asbury at 843-280-5511.

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Council Meeting Time Changes In New Year

The Loris City Council met on Monday, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at the McLeod Loris Seacoast Center for Health and Fitness Center. The delay of January’s council meeting was due to conflicting schedules at the fitness center. Todd Harrelson, council member and mayor-pro tem, called the meeting to order asking T. Hardee to provide the invocation, and the pledge of allegiance was recited by all. The council members present were Joan Gause, Lewis Hardee, Terrence Hardee, Mike Suggs and Jan Vescovi. Department heads present were Damon Kempski, Brandon Harrelson, Chief Gary Buley, Thomas Cocke and …

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