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The Loris recreation 14U baseball team

The Loris recreation 14U baseball team played an undefeated season.  These players are going on to All Stars Front row, left to right, are  Courtland Hardee, Aiden McCoy, Gavin Trout, Patrick Blanton, Chase Herring, Dalton Graham and Jabe Faircloth. Back row are Abraham Watts, Chris Gerald, Jordan VanCise, Hunter Bell, Jaquez Williams, Jackson Graham, Cameron Faircloth, Dallas Cox, Landon Gerald, Billy Drayton Jr. and Justice Grainger.

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Largest donation ever kicks off with free events

Noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris is challenging families everywhere to put down their digital devices and head outside to discover the joys of fishing this summer. Morris, Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s are donating more than 55,000 rods and reels to not-for-profit partners that help kids from all backgrounds connect to the great outdoors to kick off Gone Fishing. The nationwide movement is part of an annual call-to-action that aims to introduce the sport to millions of kids. Activities include donations, nonprofit partnerships and a variety of free in-store activities at all Bass Pro Shops and …

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Loris 8U Machine pitch Baseball Team

Members of the Loris 8U Machine pitch baseball team had the opportunity to play in the Benji Blanton Baseball Tournament this past Saturday at the Green Sea Recreation Department. Members of the team took a minute before their game to have their pictures made with their coaches.  Pictured in the front row from left to right are Layton Harrelson and Memphis Marksberry; second row are Kaiden Long, Tucker Bass, Maddox Marksberry, Aiden Watts and Elijah Gause; third row are Jay Strickland, Kam Gore, Lester Bell, Layne Todd and Chase Graham; back row coaches are Shawn Todd, KEvin Gause, Michael Marksberry …

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Sports Camps Registration Open

Registration is now open for the North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation Summer Sports Camps. The department has partnered with North Myrtle Beach High School to offer a variety of specialty sports camps all summer long. These camps are for youth that have skills in a particular sport that they want to be refined or those looking to try a new sport. The 2019 Summer Sports Camps offered include Chiefs Tennis Camp (June 13-15; 1st grade – 8th grade), Chiefs Lacrosse Camp (June 24-28 and July 8-12; ages 7-15), Surf & Turf Soccer Camp (July 9-12; ages 5-12), Chiefs Girls …

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Safety boating course offered

America’s Boating Course, a boating safety class, will be offered by America’s Boating Club, also known as the North Strand Sail & Power Squadron.  Most vessel insurance companies offer a discount to boaters who have successfully completed this course, The class will take place on Saturday, June 22.  It will begin at 8 a.m. and run until about 5 p.m.  The cost is $40 for members and $65 for non-members.   It includes a textbook.  Additional family members pay $20 and share the book.  A light breakfast and delicious lunch will be served for no additional fee. Join at the door …

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Free swim lessons being offered

The North Myrtle Beach Aquatic & Fitness Center (AFC) and the Grand Strand Masters Swim Team offer free beginner swim lessons for adults and children ages five and older June 3-6 at the AFC. Classes are 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Preregistration is required and available at the AFC at 1100 Second Avenue South beginning on May 13. There are more than 18 million swimming pools and hot tubs in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 37 percent of American adults cannot swim the length of a pool yet they aspire …

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Knights Sponsor Golf Tournament

Our Lady Of The Sea

Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church in North Myrtle Beach will be having their 24th annual golf tournament on Saturday, June 1, at River Hills Golf and Country Club located at Highway 17 in Little River. Registration is at 7:30 a.m. Come and be part of the tournament. This golf outing is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, Council number 7122, and is in honor of Father Andy Marinak. There are four levels of sponsorship. They are as follows: Gold sponsor, $500 which includes green fees, tee signage, full page ad in the program and name in the …

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The end of the tee-ball season is just the beginning

While sitting on the metal bleachers last week watching my grandson play his last tee-ball game of the season I thought about my kids playing at the Central Park tee-ball field many years ago. The similarities included watching the kids try their best to concentrate on the game while ignoring the grass or dirt that called for them to sit down. I smiled as they all rushed at a hit ball trying to be the first to pick it up and throw to first base. Running bases was also something all parents cherish, watching as their little Yankee or Red …

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City releases saltwater fishing rules

South Carolina law requires any person who fishes in saltwater to first obtain a saltwater fishing license from the state. For online information visit www.dnr.sc.gov. Additionally, in the city of North Myrtle Beach it is illegal to bait, fish for, catch or otherwise attract sharks in the area of the beach from the shoreline extending seaward for one mile into the Atlantic Ocean or in any saltwater area, including but not limited to inlets, marshes, channels and any portion of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. Also, no person may chum for any marine life in those areas. If you are fishing …

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Green Sea Floyd’s High School Varsity Baseball Team

The Green Sea Floyds High School Varsity baseball team fell short of another state championship Tuesday night when they lost to the McBee High School Panthers by a sscore of 7-3 in the South Carolina Class A Baseball State Champion Series.  The team can be very proud of the Lower State Championship they won with all of their hard work.  Pictured are team members and coaches taken after winning the Lowr State Champion title.

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