Recreation Job Fair. Help create better awareness for those seeking employment in the community.
Find your perfect summer job. Recreation positions in youth programs, lifeguarding, youth sports and fitness
Event Location: 3205 Oak Street Pepper Geddings Recreation Center
Charity Golf Tournament at Wachesaw East with prizes, breakfast, lunch. All proceeds support local needs.
Event Location: Wachesaw East Plantation
$70 per golfer; $75 after 2/21; breakfast and lunch included; prizes for long drive, putting,.Silent and Chinese Auctions..and more. Fun day!
Festive Brass is the premier all brass band on the Grand Strand. It is an all volunteer band. Festive Brass plays for the Memorial Day and Veterans Day ceremonies at the M.B convention center, as well as playing for all the Honor Flights. Festive Brass performs throughout the year, with their most significant concert each year being the Can Am week concert.
Festive Brass will be performing compositions by Gershwin, Vangelis, Sousa, and others. There is no admission charge.
Event Location: First United Methodist Church, 901 N. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach
Coping Together and Angels for Life today announced their first electronic waste recycling event March 16-20. This free e-waste collection event will benefit the American Cancer Society while allowing area residents to drop off unwanted, computers, electronics, and TVs, for recycling.
Coping Together is a cancer support group for anyone affected by cancer, from patients, to family members, to caregivers, to friends. It is founded by two women who dealt with cancer in different ways, one a survivor and one a caregiver. They knew there was no support group in the North Strand and wanted to fill that need. It is open to the public and free. Angels for Life is a Relay for Life team, started by an Our Lady Star of the Sea member who is a caregiver, This team honors cancer survivors, cancer fighters and remembers loved ones lost. Their mission also is to raise funds for cancer research and providing local programs.
“This event is a great opportunity for all of us to support an amazing cause while disposing of our electronics in an environmentally friendly way,” said United Recyclers of America South Carolina. “It is an honor to combine the fight for our Earth with this ongoing fight against cancer and not only raise money, but raise much needed awareness in the process.”
Electronics that will be collected during the event include, but are not limited to: personal computers (including keyboards and mice), computer monitors, printers, scanners, fax machines, television sets of all sizes, calculators, cell phones, radios, stereos, telephones, DVD and CD players, and VCRs.
All electronic materials will be responsibly handled in an environmentally, safe and secure manner, using the best data wiping software available. The electronics drop-area for the event will be in the parking lot of the Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church located at 1100 8th Ave. North, North Myrtle Beach
We are the child advocacy center for Horry and Georgetown Counties. Our clients are children, ages 0-17 who are victims of physical and sexual abuse and other types of maltreatment. We provide specialized services for child abuse victims. We work closely with local law enforcement to aide in the prosecution of child offenders. We look for the best outcome for each child we see. There is never a charge for a child or their family to receive services at our center. We are a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization. All money made from fundraising goes towards the child abuse victims of Horry and Georgetown Counties.
Our Trivia Night is a fun, light hearted, adult only Trivia Game that is a fundraiser for the Children’s Recovery Center. Teams will be tables of 8 people . Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams. There will be free food, cash bar, silent auction, 50/50, attendance prizes and mulligans! Cecil Chandler & Amanda Kinseth from our own Carolina & Company Live will be our MC’s for the evening!
Where & When: Lakewood Conference Center, 5901 S. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575, March 20, 2015 - 6:30 pm doors open, 7:30 trivia begins!!
The Atlantic Surfing Federation is a non-profit amateur surfing org with chapters in New York, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida.
We run around 7 or 8 local surfing contest each year where kids qualify to go the the Championship in Florida. We have a combine 30 years of running amateur surfing contest for the local kids.
Surf Dreams is a non-profit that Phil started when he saw kids that wanted to surf that didn't ,have the resources to get the fear. I'm on the board of directors. We take donations of old surf boards, wetsuit etc and pass them on to kids who need them. We also do Take A Kid Surfing Day 3 or 4 times a year where the public can bring their kids out for free and we take them out on softtop surf boards and we teach them to surf. We've had up to 70 kids show up at one time.
The event is the 4th annual ASF/Surf Dreams surf skate expo 7 taco cookoff. It's our annual fundraiser. There will be local surf and skate shops, artist vendors, fun kid things, live music and restaurants will be competing in a taco cookoff. The public can buy tickets and sample the tacos from the different restaurants.
Location: Creekratz in Murrell Inlet
North Strand Housing Shelter Second annual Golf Tournament
The North Strand Housing Shelter Assists the underserved (e.g., homeless, hungry and needy) with a bed, bath and a meal. To educate those who lack the necessary knowledge to be productive citizens in society. To build character, integrity and sound spiritual value.
Golf Tournament to be held at Black Bear Golf Club Hwy 9 Loris
Event Location: Black Bear Golf Club Hwy 9 Loris
LOCATION: Broadway at the Beach- Liberty Brewery and Grill
DISTANCE: 1 & 3 mile option
More than just a few-mile trek, the Walk to Defeat ALS® is an opportunity to bring hope to people living with ALS, to raise money for a cure, and to come together for something you care about. The Walk to Defeat ALS® is The ALS Association’s biggest annual event, which raises funds that allow our local chapters to sustain care services and support research for much of the next year.