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  • April 2 and recurring on the first Tuesday of every month -  Diabetes Support
    Group.  Diabetes Wellness Council, 4006 A Postal Way, Myrtle Beach, 6-7:00 PM.  
    (843) 236-1928.   Come connect with others who are going through the same
    issues, get advice, insight, and of course, lots of support. This is a support group
    for all dealing with diabetes. Type 1, Type 2, gestational, and even care givers. We
    will be scheduling guest speakers and will provide refreshments. $5 recommended
  • April 2 - Myrtle Beach Coin Club meeting, 6:30 PM,  Moose Lodge at 479 Burcale
    Rd.  Educational talk and Auction following the meeting.  Guests
  • April 4 - Purses with Purpose.  Marina Inn at Grande Dunes, 8121 Amalfi Place,
    Myrtle Beach, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. 843-222-2105.  Enjoy a delicious dinner buffet,
    and a large silent auction full of gift certificates for services and restaurants,
    cosmetics, jewelry, spa treatments, weekend getaways, and other niceties. The
    very entertaining live auction will be the main event and promises not to disappoint.  
    A fine selection of handsome male models will showcase gorgeous designer
    handbags and purses donated by celebrities, local women of distinction, and
    organizations. The models prance and dance to win the highest bid for their purse
    from some very competitive lady bidders. In its 7th year, this fundraiser allows the
    club to donate to other charitable organizations supporting women, youth, children,
    and those in need in our community. For a complete list of charities benefitting from
    this fundraiser, visit
  • April 4 - The Wedding of Tom Thumb.  Conway High School, 2301 Church Street,
    Conway, 7:00 PM – 9:00 / doors open at 6.  Tickets $8 per person at www. or $10 at the door (cash or check only). The wedding of Tom
    Thumb and Jennie June. For those of you not familiar with the tale, General Tom
    Thumb was the stage name given to Charles S. Stratton by P.T. Barnum. Tom was
    only 2 feet, 11 inches tall and an entertainer in the circus. In 1863, Tom married the
    equally small statured Miss Lavinia Warren in a highly publicized and lavish
    wedding. Soon afterwards, a play based on the wedding was performed by theatre
    troupes throughout the country and small children played the main characters. The
    Fine Arts Club of Conway continued this tradition beginning in 1952 with our local
    Kindergarten students.  Money made from this event goes to fund scholarships for
    high school students who wish to pursue a college degree in the arts, as well as to
    support theatre, dance, music, and visual arts programs right here in Horry County.
  • April 5-7 - Myrtle Beach Jeep Jam, Old Myrtle Square Mall, 2501 North Kings
    Highway, Myrtle Beach, 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM.  (843) 448-0585.  The 2nd Annual
    Myrtle Beach Jeep Jam will be even BIGGER this year with an improved obstacle
    course, morning Beach Crawls, live music, nightly entertainment, kids’ zone and so
    much more as thousands of Jeeps invade the Grand Strand.
  • April 6 - 3rd Annual St. Andrew Crusader Classic 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile Fun Run,
    Grand Park at Market Common, Myrtle Beach, 8:00 AM.  The new 5k course winds
    through the beautiful Grand Park at Market Common, while the Mile Fun Run loops
    around the lake. After the race, enjoy great food and entertainment! As a bonus, all
    Fun Run participants under 18 receive a medal
  • April 6 - Laurel Street Yard Sale, Conway, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • April 6 - Myrtle Beach Car Club Cruise-In, Harley’s Roadhouse, 3180 Hwy 9 (east)
    Little River. 11am - 2 pm contact Chris 843-399-2735.      
  • April 6 - Gator Gauntlet 5K.  Huntington Beach State Park, 16148 Ocean Highway,
    Murrells Inlet, 10:00 AM.  Cost is $25/participant plus registration fees ($10). T-
    shirts will be provided for each registration up to 2 weeks before each race. There
    will also be a one-mile run for kids! 10am start time. Register online at www.go- Door prizes and top-finishers will be awarded to participants at
    the end of each race! All proceeds from the race will support local projects and trail
    improvements at Huntington Beach State Park. For more information, please
    contact Jim Stanton by calling 864-918-8475 0r at
  • April 6 - North Myrtle Beach Summer Camp & Activities Fair, Barefoot Landing
    Amphitheater, 4898 Hwy. 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM,
    (843) 936-1510. Join us for the North Myrtle Beach Summer Camp & Activities Fair
    on Saturday, April 6th from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm at the Barefoot Landing
    Amphitheater. Learn about various summer camp and activity options to keep your
    kids entertained all summer long. Free activities include face painting, balloon
    twisting, photo booth, strolling magic, fun demos, and hands-on activities. For more
    information or to feature your business at this event, message
  • April 6 - Palmetto Campout, Huntington Beach State Park, 16148 Ocean Highway,
    Murrells Inlet, 10:00 AM, (843) 235-8755. Stay overnight with a park ranger who will
    help you set up your tent and teach cooking and camping secrets. Families will
    learn how to go crabbing, pull a seine net, paddle a kayak and more. Campers will
    be provided with a list of food items to bring with them. A limited number of tents
    and sleeping pads are available to borrow. Please email: hbeachedcenter@scprt.
    com or call 843-235-8755 to register. $30/ adult $20/children
  • April 6 - St. Andrew Crusader Classic 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run, Grand Park at Market
    Common directly across from Valor Memorial Garden on Farrow Parkway, Myrtle
    Beach, 8:00 AM, 843-448-6062  Join us for a fun-filled family event at our 3rd
    Annual St. Andrew Catholic School Crusader Classic! The new 5k course (USATF
    certified) winds through the beautiful Grand Park at Market Common, while the Mile
    Fun Run loops around the lake. After the race, enjoy great food and entertainment.
    As a bonus, all Fun Run participants under 18 receive a medal.
  • April 12 - Market Common Military History Trolley Tour & Catered Reception, Grand
    14 Cinema, 4002 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, (843) 839-
    3500. Once an important military base during WWII and later during the Cold War,
    Vietnam and Desert Storm. Board a trolley for a one-hour narrated tour about the
    history of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, and the Myrtle Beach Army Air
    Field during WWII which also housed a German POW camp. Followed by a one-
    hour catered reception at Tupelo Honey where they will meet a historical figure who
    was part of the base’s history. The tour includes stops at Warbird Park, the General
    Robert H. Reed Recreation Center that is the home to a small military museum, and
    at the Myrtle Beach International Airport’s Norton General Aviation Terminal which
    features displays from the Base Operations building that once stood on that site.
    Tickets for the trolley tour and reception are $30. Tickets can be purchased at
  • April 12-September 29 - Bodies Human: The Exhibition of Real Bodies, Broadway at
    the Beach next to Margaritaville in Hurricane Harbor, 1322 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle
    Beach, (310) 902-5461. BODIES HUMAN: Anatomy in Motion exposes the inner
    workings of human anatomy by presenting actual human specimens, anatomical
    displays, reproductions of historic anatomical artwork and much more. By
    presenting an artful, compelling and dignified environment, guests will connect with
    the human artifacts on a personal level that will help them to better understand their
    own bodies. The exhibit includes over 100 specimens including organs and full
    bodies. Advanced tickets are on sale now at The exhibit literally,
    as well as figuratively, goes “under the skin,” exposing the intricacy of the human
    body and allowing the general public a look at what only doctors and scientists
    normally are allowed to see first hand. The exhibit will showcase specimens
    preserved through a polymer impregnation process that replaces fluids with
    polymers that prevent decay and decomposition. Appropriate for all ages Tickets
    start at $15.50. Discounted tickets are available for seniors, $12.50; Military
    personnel and family, students, $12.50; Children ages 5 to 14, $10.50. Children
    age four and under are free. For more information visit
  • April 13 - 1000 Lights Water Lantern Festival, Grand Park at Market Common,
    Myrtle Beach, 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM.  Experience a magical night.
  • April 12-May 25 - Live Music Every Friday and Saturday at the Amphitheater.
    Dockside Village Amphitheater at Barefoot Landing, 4898 Hwy. 17 South, North
    Myrtle Beach, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.  Bring a blanket or your lawn chairs.
  • April 13- 14 - 6th Annual Seacoast Artists Guild Art in Common Spring Festival,
    Valor Memorial Garden at Market Common, Myrtle Beach, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM,  (843)
    748-0133.  The festival will be offering for sale, a range of handcrafted items
    including photography, drawings, painted arts, jewelry, pottery, stone, wood and
    glass crafts, produced by fifty (50) talented local and area artists. The event will be
    held rain or shine, and the admission is FREE. Pet and Child friendly.
  • April 13 - Barefoot Bunny Hop, Barefoot Landing, 4898 Hwy. 17 South, North Myrtle
    Beach, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM. A Visit with the Easter Bunny, an Easter Egg Hunt
    starting at 11:00 am, face painting, balloon tying stilt walkers, and DJ Hip Hop
    hosting a Kids’ Dance Party. Bring your Easter Egg basket and get in on the fun!
    Egg Hunt Age group breakdown: 0 to 2 years of age and 3 to 5 years of age will
    hunt at 11:00 am, 6 to 9 years of age and 10 to 12 years of age will hunt at 11:30
  • April 13 - Murrells Inlet MarshWalk, 4025 Hwy. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet. The
    Masters Golf Tournament will be taking over the MarshWalk again this year! Put on
    your knickers and putt your way through, make sure you dress to impress in your
    finest golfing attire. Prizes will be awarded to winners of the golf tournament and our
    best dressed attendee. Pre-registration will be open online at
    Over $1,200 in prizes will be given away including cash prizes, MarshWalk Gift
    Certificates and golf vouchers! Winners must be present to win.
  • April 13-15 - Monday After The Masters, Barefoot Resort and Golf Dye Course,
    4980 Barefoot Resort Bridge Rd., North Myrtle Beach. What started out as a small
    get together to raise money for charity in 1994, has evolved into one of the top
    Celebrity Pro-Ams in the country. Thanks to the commitment of Hootie & the
    Blowfish, the MAM has generated millions of dollars for children’s educational
    programs and the South Carolina junior golf program. Visit for
    further information
  • April 13 - Conway Farmers Market, 8 AM – 1 PM, 217 Laurel St., Conway.
  • April 13 - Surfside Beach Pet Fair, Surfside Beach Dog Park, 412 1st Ave. North,
    Surfside Beach, 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, (843) 650-9548.
  • April 13 - Arc of Coastal Carolina Spring Fling Dance 6-9PM at the Masonic Lodge,
    No. 65, A.F.M., 903 15th Avenue, Conway, SC.  Food and drinks available for
    purchase.  50/50 and Chinese Raffle.  Tickets $5 person.  To purchase tickets call
    843-234-0489 or 843-450-4272 or email:  arcofcoastalcarolinapresident@gmail.
    com  Come join us for a night of dancing and fun to help our non-profit raise money
    for our members with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Horry County!
    The Arc of Coastal Carolina is a non-profit organization based in Horry County.  We
    serve people with special needs and disabilities.  Most live in group homes while
    others with their families.  The Arc has been providing recreational activities for
    special needs people for over 30 years, primarily those who have aged out of the
    school system.  Our members range in age from 21 to over 65.  The Arc provides
    dances, bowling, bingo and arts and crafts monthly.  Many of our members train for
    Special Olympics sports such as bowling, bocce, golf, swimming and track and field.
  • April 14th - The Whiskey Fish will be hosting the 1st Annual BBQ Festival. All
    proceeds will fund the Surf Dreams Foundation. This is an opportunity for locals to
    showcase their best BBQ in the categories of beef, , pork and best overall . There
    will be a winner in each category (winners get trophies!) + a Grand Champion and
    Reserve Grand Champion for the team who scores the highest in the most
    categories. The event will have entertainment , samples of competitors’ BBQ, and
    beer & spirits.  For more info.  or to enter call Chef Bobby, (347) 587-0775; The
    Whiskey Fish (843) 947-0805 or via  at!! Good Luck!
  • April 13 and recurring on the 2nd Sturday of month through Oct. 12 -  Grand
    Strand Myasthenia Gravis Monthly Support Group. Lakeside Crossing Development
    Community Room, 140 Lakeside Crossing Drive, Conway, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM,
    (843) 504-8063.  No cost and patients, family members or those interested in
    learning more about Myasthenia Gravis, a disorder of neuromuscular transmission,
    Call Beverly Watrous at 843-504-8063 for more information.
  • April 19- 28 - 4th Annual Horry County Fair,Myrtle Beach Speedway, 455 Hospitality
    Lane, Myrtle Beach, 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM (843) 236-0500. For All Horry County
    Fair Information and visit or visit Horry County
    Fair Facebook. Something for Everyone at the Horry County Fair!
  • April 20 - April Music Fest at La Belle Amie Vineyard, 1120 Saint Joseph Road,
    Little River, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM, (843) 399-9463.  12-Noon.  Dates cam change
    so visit before attending
  • April 20 - Community Children’s Easter Celebration.  Glenns Bay Baptist Church,
    1835 Glenns Bay Road, Surfside Beach.  Games, crafts and lunch provided.  Free
    to everyone.
  • April 20 - North Myrtle Beach Easter Egg Hunt, McLean Park, 93 Oak Drive, North
    Myrtle Beach, 10:00 AM, (843) 280-5584.  The Easter Bunny will hand out candy to
    all the children, egg hunt begins at 10:00 am sharp, and other activities between 10
    a.m. and noon. Have your picture made with Ms. Blossom. Egg hunt areas are
    divided by age groups (infant and above) and there are many other activities for all
    ages. The North Strand Optimist Club will provide refreshments. This is the 37th
    year for this event.
  • April 20 - Surfside Beach Easter Egg Hunt and Kid’s Fair, H. Blue Huckabee
    Complex, 499 Spanish Oak Drive, Surfside Beach, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, (843) 650-
  • Surfside Beach’s Easter Egg Hunt and Kid’s Fair will be held on Saturday, April 20,
    2019 from 1 PM until 4 PM.
  • April 22- 27 - Singing In The Sun, Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 North
    Oak Street, Myrtle Beach.  A 6 day event that include some of the best sing around
    from some of Gospel music’s greatest artists and world renown speakers.
  • April 23-27 - 14th Annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival, Stone Theatre at
    Market Common, 4002 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach, (843) 497-0220.  Enjoy more
    than 65 features, documentaries and shorts over five days. For more information,
    call 843-497-0220, send an email to
  • April 25-May 4 - SOS Spring Safari, Main Street, North Myrtle Beach.  Thousands of
    shaggers from all along the east coast  hit the road in search of wild life. A wide
    variety of activities is scheduled for the event.
  • April 26-28 - Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival. 8th and 9th Avenues North, Myrtle
    Beach. The return of the popular Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival.  Friday 6.-10 p.
    m;, Saturday 11-7 p.m; Sunday  11 a.m.-7 p.m. FREE to attend. Call 843-918-4909
    for more information.
  • April 27 - Relay for Life of Conway/Aynor for the American Cancer Society.  10-
    10pm,  Riverfront Park, 4 Elm St. Visit website for fundraising information.  Visit for more information or call (843) 457-9761. Or email Troy Matheny
  • April 27 - Myrtle Beach Car Club Easter Show, the Boathouse Bar and Grill, 201
    Fantasy Harbour Blvd 11-2PM.  65 Trophies Registration fee $20.  Registration
    starts at 9 am Contact Rick 856-796-0365.    
  • April 27 - 11th Annual Ground Zero Dragon Boat Festival, Grand Park at the
    Market Common, 1153 Farrow Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, (843)
    945-9440 ext. 204.  Premier annual fundraiser. Teams of 20 paddlers and one
    drummer compete, racing for the fastest time in their division. The event is free to
    spectators who can enjoy the variety of activities the festival has to offer. In addition
    to the races, there will be a drummer costume competition, live DJ, and awards
    ceremony, plus food and drink, vendors, entertainment, and a family fun zone, will
    be available throughout the day.  Family Fun Zone and other activities available at
    additional cost. To be a sponsor or vendor or to register a team visit www. or contact Kaydee Culclasure at or
    843-945-9440 ext. 204 to get on board!
  • April 27- 28 - 2nd Semi-Annual K.E.I.F. Convocation,  Sheraton Myrtle Beach
    Convention Center, 2101 N. Oak Street, Myrtle Beach, 252-826-5029, opt 9.
    Kingdom Empowerment International Fellowship would like to invite you to the “Holy
    Gathering of the Saints” This will be more than just your average gathering. Invite
    everyone you know to come out and attend this event. You will not be disappointed
    that you attended. There will be a message for all ages, so do not miss out on an
    opportunity to receive a word from God.
  • April 27- 28 - Art In The Park at Valor Park, Market Common, 1120 Farrow
    Parkway, Myrtle Beach, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, (843) 446-3830. No admission
  • April 27 - Leonard Bernstein’s TROUBLE IN TAHITI & CANDIDE, Ocean View Baptist
    Church,  7300 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, 7:30 PM, (843) 444-5774.  Celebrate
    the conclusion of the extended 100th Birthday of America’s most storied musician,
    Leonard Bernstein, with a rare double bill of his two most popular theatrical
    comedies, Trouble in Tahiti and Candide. The Long Bay Symphony and two star-
    studded casts promise that this will be a CMC concert for the ages. Tickets: $22 –
    Adults / $17 – Seniors & Veterans / $5 – Students up to 22 (with ID). Children under
    12 attend free. For tickets please call (843) 444-5774 or visit our website www.
  • April 27 - Socastee Heritage Festival, 5835 Dick Pond Road, Myrtle Beach, 10:00
    AM to 5:00 PM.
  • April 27 - Taste of the Coast, House of Blues, 4640 Hwy. 17 South, North Myrtle
    Beach, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM, (843) 272-8163. Must do event for food lovers, a
    family-friendly, culinary event held by Risen Christ Christian Academy. Featuring
    tasty specialties by the best, local restaurants in a fun, relaxing atmosphere. Live,
    local entertainment, a free Kids Zone with photo opportunities, face painting,
    games, contests and more! Don’t miss this fun-filled, family event. Tickets $3 if
    purchased in advance (at Risen Christ Christian Academy) or $5 at the door.
  • April 28 - “Cruise Into Spring” Car Show, Old Chicago Pizza, 2859 Hwy.17 Business,
    Garden City, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, (843) 503-8245.

  • May 4  - Rivertown Music & Craft Beer Festival, Laurel Street and 3rd Avenue,
    Conway, 11:00-7:00 pm, (843) 248-6260. The street festival is home to a classic
    car show and a craft beer tasting zone. Enjoy vendors, great music, a classic car
    show, good food and a beer tasting zone.  Event is free.
  • May 2-4 - Sea Mountain Fiddlers Convention And Bluegrass Festival, Myrtle Beach
    KOA, 613 5th Ave. South, Myrtle Beach, (843) 448-3421.  Live bluegrass
    performances by some of the most popular bands in bluegrass! Its time for ALL
    NIGHT PICK’N, LISTEN and let the tunes melt your soul like the chocolate and
    marshmallows on your graham cracker.
  • May 4 - Blessing of the Inlet - Belin United Methodist Church, 4182 Hwy. 17
    Business, Murrells Inlet, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, (843) 651-5099.  Filled with worship,
    food, fun and fellowship, highlighted by a ‘Blessing Ceremony”. And the Blessing of
    the Inlet generates funds for many missions, charities and non-profit organizations.
    The festival has grown to include a day of entertainment, more than 100 arts and
    crafts vendors, various Murrells Inlet restaurants and local food purveyors, children’
    s play area and fun events. The entertainment schedule is packed with outstanding
    groups featuring gospel choirs, dance groups, contemporary Christian music and
    much more. The festival is highlighted by the Blessing of the Inlet ceremony which
    starts at 11:30 am and is administered by the Rev. Dr. Mike Alexander and Rev.
    Walter Cantwell. After the ceremony, all visitors are invited to “Stay and Pray” in the
    sanctuary. The festival is a free event with no admission or parking charge. For
    more information about the event schedule or participating as a restaurant or
    crafter, please visit
  • May 4 - Neighbor to Neighbor’s 13th Annual Golf Tournament, Founder’s Club,
    7829 Ocean Hwy., Pawleys Island, 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM, (843) 424-0763.  Fun day
    of golf for a good cause! Neighbor to Neighbor transports seniors to needed
    medical appointments, as well as to grocery store, hair dresser, etc.
  • May 4-5 - Cinco De Myrtle, 821 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, (843) 448-0585.
    Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the heart of Myrtle Beach with a 2-day festival that
    celebrates Hispanic culture and welcomes in the summer season for the Grand
  • May 10-19 - Myrtle Beach Bike Week Spring Rally.  Feature bike shows, vendors,
    tours and more around the Grand Strand. Enjoy cruising daycations to Charleston
    or up to Wilmington, N.C. Harley Davidson locations are hot-spots throughout the
    week along with hangouts like Jamin’ Leather, Beaver Bar, the Rat Hole, Suck Bang
    Blow, Myrtle Beach Speedway, Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar and many others. There’s
    also a Loop Tour that’s nearly 200 miles through Horry and Georgetown Counties.
  • May 18-19 - World Famous Blue Crab Festival - Little River Waterfront. Lots of
    food, libr music, fun, arts, crafts and more, tons of games and things to do.
    Admission  $4 in advance / $5 at the door for ages 13 and up.
  • May 25 - The Arc of Coastal Carolina is sponsoring an Italian Pasta Dinner Dance
    Fundraiser from 6-9PM at the Moose Lodge 1959, 479 Burcale Road, Myrtle
    Beach.  Tickets are $12.00 person or 2 for $22.00.  We will have a 50/50 raffle and
    a Chinese raffle.  To purchase tickets call 843-234-0849 or 843-450-4272 or
    email:  Dinner includes pasta,
    meatballs, roll, salad and dessert.  Drinks may be purchased from the Moose
    Lodge.    Come join us for a delicious Italian pasta dinner and dancing to help our
    non-profit raise funds for our members with intellectual and developmental
    disabilities in Horry County.

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    YACHT CLUB - 6851 King
    Arthur Drive,  Myrtle Beach,
    SC 29588, located off Bay
    Rd. in the Burgess
    Community.  8 am until 1 pm.  
    Over 96 homeowners
    participating. Gate for Yard
    Sale Shoppers closes 1 pm.  
    Each Car will be given, 1 map
    and Directory of participants.  
    DRIVEWAY.  MBG&YC is a
    Gated Community and
    Prohibits MOTORCYCLES to
    travel throughout it. We will
    not allow EARLY BIRDS in
    before time. Our community
    is located off BAY RD.  
    WITH RED PRINT in front of
    our entrance.  RAIN DATE:  
    Following Saturday April 13,
    2019 same time.  Call
    Giorgina Welsh for more
    information 843 421 6672
    leave message.
  • Spring Garage Sale - April
    13th Saturday 8 - 12 noon.  
    Moose Family Center Lodge
    - hosted by Women of the
    Moose, 479 Burcale Road.
    Myrtle Beach  Reserve space
    at Lodge or text Diane 732-
    718-7489. Space donation
    $15. Table rental donation $5.
    Saturday, April 13.  Seagate
    Village, 667 Swallow Ave.,
    MB. Over 16 pairs flip flops,
    sun hats many like new; extra
    large and medium womens
    assorted apparel,  some new
    with tags; baskets, assorted
    purses (two new), flower pots,
    toys, game, puzzles and
    much more.  
    Saturday, April 27,2019 from
    8:00 to 12 noon. VFW Post
    10420, 4359 Hwy 17
    Bypass,  Murrell’s Inlet, SC
  • YARD SALE - There will be a
    2 family yard sale on May 4.
    Ternhall Plantation at
    Coopers Hawk Ct. 8:00 a.m.-
    1:00 p.m.
    Saturday, May 18,  8 to
    12noon.  Rain or shine.  
    Take 501 to Burning Ridge
    Golf Course; or 544 to Myrtle
    Ridge Dr. to Sandridge
    Road.  Follow signs and pink
    - May 10-11th, 8am til 3:00.  
    Tools and household goods,
    2 bedroom/2bath mobile
    home FSBO, $42,900,  13
    Buccaneer St., Captains
    Cove in Murrells Inlet.
    Saturday, May 18,  8 to
    12noon.  Rain or shine.  
    Take 501 to Burning Ridge
    Golf Course; or 544 to Myrtle
    Ridge Dr. to Sandridge
    Road.  Follow signs and pink