NonpartisanMyrtle Beach Tea Party
For more information visit www.mbTeaParty.net. Call Jim Gunn at 602-4281 for information.
DemocratsDemocratic Women’s Council of Horry County
For more Information call: Billie Johnson at 756-7240, Tony at 284-6729 or William Stackhouse at 703-887-4277.
Graduating high school seniors and undergraduate college students who are registered voters in Horry County are eligible to enter to win one of two $1,000 scholarships. The Democratic Women’s Council scholarship program has awarded more than $20,000 in scholarships since it began in 2007.
Essays must be received no later than April 5. Contest application and a complete set of rules and criteria are available at the DWCHC website– www.dwchc.com. Information is also available by contacting Essay Committee Chair Milly Vaughn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A booklet containing all the winning essays will be published, with ad sales in the booklet and other fundraising activities of the Council going to support the scholarships.
For more information about the scholarship contest or booklet, contact Sally Howard at 455-1936 or by email at SallyPHoward@aol.com.
RepublicansGreater Carolina Forest Republican Women’s Club
Joe DeFeo, chairman for the Horry County Board of Education, will speak about security issues in schools as well as programs aimed at improving the quality of education in the Carolina Forest area.
Karen Mcllrath, school board member for District 2, which includes Carolina Forest and Myrtle Beach, will address issues associated with her recent trip to China with other school board members and her involvement in robotic programs in our schools.
There will be a $5 breakfast buffet available. Everyone is invited. Men are welcome and may join as associate members. For more information contact Jan McDonald at 236-7799 or email@example.com.