Letters | More Whispering Pines support; Where did the sweepstakes parlors go?

February 12, 2014 

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Whispering Pines

Myrtle Beach needs to

find way to keep course

Keep Whispering Pines open. This is a golfer-friendly golf course the people that work there are good people. They treat golfers the way people like to be treated. It is one of the only golf courses with no houses or condos.

I am sure there are other ways the city can cut back on expenses in order to keep Whispering Pines open.

What about it Myrtle Beach? Give it a try.

Bill Gericke

Myrtle Beach

Sweepstakes

Snowbird asks: Where

are the video parlors?

There are many snowbirds very disappointed with the closing of the video game parlors in the Myrtle Beach area and that is putting it mildly.

Many of the women would go to the sweepstakes spots when the guys went golfing. We find that during the day, things to do for entertainment are very limited if you don't play golf. We very much enjoyed going gambling for a couple of hours then stopping DD for coffee.

Thanks for ruining our winter in Myrtle Beach. Many couples are seriously considering going to Florida next year where they can find both golf and video gaming parlors.

Linda Ingraham

Clarksville, N.Y.

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