Patrick family, of ‘Myrtle Manor,’ to share memories of Myrtle Beach Saturday

mprabhu@thesunnews.comJanuary 2, 2014 

Cecil Patrick talks about the new reality show "Welcome to Myrtle Manor" on the set at the back of the family’s Patrick’s Mobile Home Park off Hwy. 15 in Myrtle Beach in February 2013.

STEVE JESSMORE — he Sun News Photo by Steve Jessmore sjessmore@thesunnews.com

Cecil and Barbara Patrick – owners of Patrick’s Mobile Home, where “Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor is filmed” – will be the next featured speakers at Chapin Memorial Library’s “Remembering the Beach: A Local History Series.”

The discussion will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday at the library, located at 400 14th Ave. N. in Myrtle Beach. The discussion series is a continuation of the city’s 75th birthday celebration.

The families of both Cecil and Barbara Patrick have been in Myrtle Beach for generations and Cecil Patrick said his grandfather moved to Myrtle Beach from Centenary in 1917.

“We’ll start when my grandfather moved here to Myrtle Beach in 1917 and bring them up to where we are now,” Cecil Patrick said.

For more information about Saturday’s discussion, call the library at 918-1275.

The second season of “Myrtle Manor” is scheduled to premiere at 10 p.m. Jan. 16 on TLC.

Contact MAYA T. PRABHU at 444-1722 or follow her at Twitter.com/TSN_MPrabhu.

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