The Kiwanis Club of Myrtle Beach held its fourth annual chicken bog luncheon on Feb. 27 at the historic train depot in Myrtle Beach. The meal was prepared by the Jamestown Chefs.
This annual fundraiser benefits children in our local community. The monies will be distributed among several local Kiwanis approved charities, such as The Children’s Recovery Center of Horry County, Myrtle Beach School Key Club, Sea Haven Service for Youth, Hope House of Myrtle Beach and The Boys & Girls Club. In the past, leftovers from the chicken bog were donated to help feed local, homeless families, but this year, every plate was sold.
Pictured are (from left) Gary Weimer, president; Deborah V. Bailey, director; Carol Burroughs, immediate past president; Johnny Fryar, vice president; Stephen Drayton; and T.J. Easton, Sea Haven.
The Kiwanis Club of Myrtle Beach invites people to join next year as a patron, sponsor or volunteer for our fundraiser. For more information, the club meets at Uncle John’s Restaurant, 402 24th Ave. N., Myrtle Beach, at noon on the first and third Thursday of each month, or call President Gary Weimer, 450-8393, or Vice President Johnny Fryar, 457-8228.