“We’re here to ensure that no injustice takes place,” said Lonnie Randolph, president of the South Carolina NAACP. “In Dr. [Martin Luther] King’s words, ‘Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.’”
The 21st annual Backhoe Rodeo is hosted by the Georgetown County Department of Public Services. The rodeo participants were from Georgetown, Charleston, Berkeley and Beaufort counties. Participants performed challenges on the backhoe such as the checkerboard challenge of taking tubes from one board and placing the tubes inside black squares on another board.
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Even with all of the wonderful things that tourists bring to Myrtle Beach, locals still have moments where we just need a little break from the action. A place where we can go to eat, drink and be merry without a waiting line.