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NMB-Jones excited about new printer system

Loris-County treasurer offers new services to residents! If anyone can make the job of Horry County treasurer sound fun and exciting, it is its current leader, Angie Jones. “Lordy, I love coming to work,’’ she said. “I get so excited because we work hard here, but we have a good time doing it.’’ The 43 year old Aynor native is enthused about new services that make it easier for residents to pay their bills online for free and switching out the out-of-state company collecting payments to save the county money and give the business to a local bank. But even …

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Bring bicycles for free family event

The North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation Department announces its next Pedal in the Park with a Luau theme. Bring your bicycles out to the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex on June 7 at 7 p.m. for a leisurely 3-mile starlit bike ride. The ride starts at 7:30 p.m. and will begin and end at The Amphitheater. This event will premiere our new Junior Course (1 mile).  This is not a race,so you can bike at your own pace. This is a free event that will be sure to get the whole family moving! Bring your own bicycles. …

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Rotary Club of NMB

On May 21 the Rotary Club of North Myrtle Beach had the pleasure of giving $10,000 in scholarships to some North Myrtle Beach High School seniors. The Rotary Club looks forward to these outstanding students doing great things in the world and their community. Left to right are Timara Vereen, MJ Michaud, Adonya Pertell, Roger Hemingway, Kaylin Regan, Kamryn Spanburg, Wyatt Robledo, Jordan Lewis, Brianna Todd and Dawson Hardee. On June 25 the Rotary Club will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary.

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Local politicians to speak at NMB Republican Club

The North Myrtle Beach Republican Club will be meeting on Thursday, June 13, starting at 7 p.m. at Boulineau’s in North Myrtle Beach. The speakers will be Senator Greg Hembree of Little River and Representative William Bailey, also of Little River. Senator Greg Hembree Senator Greg Hembree represents the citizens of Horry and Dillon Counties in Senate District 28. He received his B.B.A. in Economics from the University of Memphis in 1982 and his law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law.  He was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 1986, and has also been admitted …

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McLeod Health hosts free women’s health panel

At McLeod Health, they want to keep you informed of the latest medical information. Join them for dinner and a discussion about Women’s Health on Thursday, June 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. at McLeod Seacoast Hospital in Little River. This free, informational event will feature an expert panel of physicians discussing topics such as pelvic health, menopause, GERD, diabetes, stroke, heart health and more. The panel of physicians includes Dr. Chris McCauley of McLeod OBGYN Seacoast, Dr. Lacie Edmison of McLeod Digestive Health Center Seacoast, Dr. Viki Papathanasiou of McLeod Family Medicine Carolina Forest, Dr. Josh Sibille of McLeod …

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Blue Crab Festival

Pictured are several Little River Lions at their booth during the recent Blue Crab Festival.  Each year they have a booth and sell brooms, have a 50-50 drawing and give away lollipops to people and their children.  The winner of this years 50-50 drawing was Dan Faucher of Georgetown. The Lions Club is a non-profit and all donations they receive are put back into the community.  They build handicap rqmps for the disabled, provide eye glasses for people who otherwise could not afford them, sponsor eye screenings at the schools, award scholarships  and much more.

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Strawderman accomplishes many goals at NMBHS

North Myrtle Beach High School Principal Trevor Stawderman will be moving from North Myrtle Beach High School this coming school year. Strawderman will be going to the Charleston County School District where he will be serving as an executive director under superintendent Gerrita Postlewait. Postlewait is a former superintendent of schools in Horry County. Strawderman has been influential in the North Myrtle Beach community and his absence will be sorely missed. In his 10 year tenure at North Myrtle Beach High School Strawderman has been a strong advocate for school and athletic facility renovations, changes in instruction and has raised …

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North Myrtle Beach Children Recognized

Four North Myrtle Beach school children were recognized at the state American Legion Auxiliary convention last Saturday for their first place essays on the topic of Veteran Homelessness. They were all sponsored by Little River ALA Post #186. Students were: Cassie Difloure, Sienna Cooper, Lillian Freeman and Ean Bane. Post Delegates were: Rachel Culp, Bette McMoreow and Chris McCreavy.

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Painted Man performs tonight in free concert

The public is invited to enjoy a free concert featuring Painted Man on Thursday, June 6 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Horseshoe on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach.  Concert-goers can expect an incredible show of R&B, Soul and dance hits. Patrons and concert-goers are encouraged to bring their beach chairs. The free concert is part of the North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation Department’s Music on Main summer concert series sponsored by Coastal Carolina National Bank.  For day of event weather information call the Rec Check hotline at 843-280-5594, Ext. 3, www.Facebook.com/NMBParksandRec or visit their website …

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Legislative Update

Dear Constituent: Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to serve as your State Representative in Columbia. With the first session of the 123rd General Assembly ending earlier this month, I am including an update on the accomplishments in the South Carolina House of Representatives over the past few months. During his State of the State address in January, Governor McMaster proclaimed this year to be the ‘Year of Education,’ and the House took that charge seriously by passing a transformative education bill aimed at fundamentally reforming the way we educate our children. In addition, the House passed a balanced, …

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