What happens to kids with music in their souls when they are not allowed to play that music in public? How do band members feel on those nights when the excitement of a football game fills the air, blending with the music from the band on the other side of the bleachers -- but no music is coming from their side, and their nice, neat uniforms are at home, hanging in their closets? Can you see their hands begin a drumbeat on their knees? Their lips tighten as if their clarinets, trombones, saxophones and other woodwinds were soon going to join with the music inside them and help spur their team to victory. Music, the thing that makes them who they are.
The purpose of the Brunswick County Adult Spelling Bee is to have fun, say Kim Loucks and Carolyn Hirst-Loucks, co-chairs of the annual event. With this in mind, they added two new dimensions to the spelling bee: a prize for the best-costumed spellers and a prize for the best cheering section for specific spellers.
The members of the Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club are celebrating 50 years of service to the community. The club’s many positive contributions to individuals and the community since its founding in 1966 cannot be measured.
On June 3, members of the Corvettes at Myrtle Beach club are presenting their 22nd Annual Corvettes at Myrtle Beach show at Broadway at the Beach. They are planning to have the greatest Corvette show they have ever had and one of the biggest that they know about.
The Sun Fun Festival and the Native Son's Salt Games combined to kick off the unofficial first weekend of summer in Myrtle Beach. Saturday's events included contests of strength, endurance and skill, a parade, live music and a parachute jump by the Army's Golden Knights. Both events continue on Sunday along at Plyler Park, the Boardwalk and the old Pavilion site.
The unofficial first weekend of summer kicked off with sun and salt in Myrtle Beach
Billy Roberts talks old times at Myrtle's Market
Conway wets down brand-new fire engine in ceremony and pushes truck into new home