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January 12, 2013 12:00 AM

Blue Crab Festival shores up finances, leaving Little River chamber in a money bind

A decision by Blue Crab Festival organizers to keep a year’s worth of profits in the bank rather than distribute them to area nonprofit groups has put a financial squeeze on the Little River Chamber of Commerce, but Horry County Councilman Harold Worley said the decision will benefit everyone in the long run.

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