Out of their clothes and into prison jumpsuits, six boys are given a canteen and a number replaces their name at the Horry County Courthouse on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. The boys are participating in the SOAR (Succeed Overcome Achieve Reeducate) program hosted by the Horry County Sheriff's Office. The 12-hour SOAR program incorporates law enforcement agencies from around the county. It is designed for at-risk youth to put them through physical and mental stress so they can be righted. The guardians pay a $10 fee for Horry and Georgetown county residents and a $20 fee for those in other counties.
Out of their clothes and into prison jumpsuits, six boys are given a canteen and a number replaces their name at the Horry County Courthouse on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. The boys are participating in the SOAR (Succeed Overcome Achieve Reeducate) program hosted by the Horry County Sheriff's Office. The 12-hour SOAR program incorporates law enforcement agencies from around the county. It is designed for at-risk youth to put them through physical and mental stress so they can be righted. The guardians pay a $10 fee for Horry and Georgetown county residents and a $20 fee for those in other counties. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Out of their clothes and into prison jumpsuits, six boys are given a canteen and a number replaces their name at the Horry County Courthouse on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. The boys are participating in the SOAR (Succeed Overcome Achieve Reeducate) program hosted by the Horry County Sheriff's Office. The 12-hour SOAR program incorporates law enforcement agencies from around the county. It is designed for at-risk youth to put them through physical and mental stress so they can be righted. The guardians pay a $10 fee for Horry and Georgetown county residents and a $20 fee for those in other counties. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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