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IN THIS EDITION|
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the Homeowners of the Tradition
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Next Newsletter Fall/Winter Edition November 2009
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Bible Study-Loretta Espey 235-3518
Book Exchange-Veronica Bucello 237-7334
Bridge (Ladies)-Suzie Albright 237-1594
Bridge(Men)-Norm Nuding 237-2275
Garden Club-Regina Wichrowski 235-9101
Golf-18 holes(Men)-Steve Kronski 235-3711
Golf-9 holes(Men)-Bill Huish 237-5631
Golf-18 holes(Women)- M. Lempert 237-7045
Golf-9 holes(Women)-Jeanette Renault 235-3566
Golf-Mixed Tour-M Culpepper 235-2993
Mah Jongg-Lynn Autorino 237-7745
Meals on Wheels - Claudia Krauth 237-7544
Mexican Train - Bonnie Eaglin 235-9160
Needleworkers-Loretta Espey 235-3518
Newsletter-Celise McLaughlin 235-8532
Newsletter-Advertising-Bill Renault 235-3566
Notary - Celise McLaughlin 235-8532
Poker-Vinny Autorino 237-7745
Telephone Directory-David Philips 237-0494
Tennis(Men)-John Hoover 235-0261
Tennis(Women)-Nancy Malara 235-9344
Walk & Talk -Joanne Stewart 237-1305
Water Aerobics-Jane Barbour 237-7998
|Board of Directors |
|Bill Renault, Vice President||235-3566|
|Tom Ellison, Secretary/Treasurer||235-8071|
|Ron Eaglin, Director||235-9160|
|Merry Cotton, Director||235-6862|
|Ed Kemble Chicora Management||272-1123 |
President POA Frank D'Amato 235-8885
Grounds Arthur Voltaire 235-8159
Social Activities Ron Eaglin 235-9160
Clubhouse Tom Ellison 235-8071
Covenants Jeanette Renault 235-3566
ARB Vince Civitarese 237-3568
Fall & Winter 2008
Fall & Winter 2007
Fall & Winter 2006
By Frank D'Amato
Recently I have been riding my bike after dinner throughout the community and I have been pleasantly surprised at all the good work being done to resident’s landscaping. Folks are mulching, trimming and sodding where necessary. I just wanted to say good job to those working their yards.
Having said all those good things, please remember to watch the usual rust buildup that comes as the hot season progresses and check your mail boxes for painting. You knew that was coming.
If you have shrubs along a sidewalk, it is your responsibility to keep them trimmed to allow free access to use the walkways. The association will do its best to trim common areas.
The BOD has received two anonymous letters complaining of other residents. I want to make it clear that the board and the covenants committees will not respond to an anonymous letter. In order to look into a complaint, we may need to ask questions, we may have already taken action and if not, we need to inform you of what action will be taken.
Neither the Board nor the Covenants committee will ever disclose a resident filing a complaint. Various violations could require additional time to correct or specific written notification may be necessary.
The association sells chemicals to add to your well system to prevent rust. We sell the chemical at our cost, which is currently $37.00. Some folks have mentioned lower prices in stores. The reason for the price differential is that our chemical is much more potent and effective than lower doses.
The pool is in full use and being used by many family members from out of town. Some things to remember: make sure your guests are familiar with the
pool rules, absolutely no glass of any kind and no diving.
We understand that the umbrellas are difficult to raise and lower. They will be replaced as needed with umbrellas with cranks. In the meantime, those capable of raising and lowering the umbrellas, please lower them when you leave to protect them from storms.
The pool fence has been painted and new safety drains have been installed at the bottom of the pool.
The association has contracted a professional Reserve Fund study by Miller Dodson of Annapolis Maryland. We received the results on February 24th. The board, along with a select few of our property owners and our building and grounds manager, are currently analyzing the report. Part of our analysis is to price actual replacement costs in our area. The results of the study will be made known in December along with the 2010 budget.
The Capital Improvement Program is now in effect for all properties sold in 2009; with the exception of those properties listed before January 1, 2009.
If you are selling a house it is your responsibility to inform your realtor of the CIP. The association manager will inform your closing attorney of the transfer fee. You do not want to spring this surprise on your buyer at the last moment.
After pricing repair and painting costs for the large signs used to mark individual areas within the community, we have decided to remove the signs entirely. They were originally placed by Centex to designate new areas as they were added to the Tradition community. We no longer see a need as we are all one community.
The term of vice president Bill Renault will end in February 2010. Bill has been volunteering in the community for over a decade and has indicated he needs more time to tune his golf game. The board is looking for someone to come forward and add their skills to the BOD and help our community in the days ahead.
Please feel free to discuss and/or ask questions to any board member at any time.
|The monthly board minutes are available on the www.Tradition29585.com web site.
Here comes the news from your 18-hole Men's Club.
It is hot----very, very HOT. This article is being composed on June 29th and again, it is HOT.
The Men's Club kicked off our 2009 schedule with our two week Memorial Masters event on April 6th and 13th.
Format was a modified Stableford and the winners were as follows:
| 1st-with 42 Points || Jim Lewis|
| 2nd-with 36 Points || John McLaughlin|
| 3rd--with 35 Points was a 4-way tie between Bud
Phillips, Tom O'Connell, Rudy Schwarz &
Next our two week Member/Member took place and, despite some weather interference, the event was a success.
Format was for 9 holes of Alternate Shot combined with 9 holes of Captain's Choice. This was followed by 18 holes of Best Ball. The results:
| 1st Place 133.25|| John Melzer and Dave Philips|
| 2nd Place 133.75 || Wayne Johnson & Jim Lewis|
| 3rd Place 135.5 || Jim Pearson and Howard Krauth||
On June 15th and 22nd our Two Week torture fest, known as the Black Tee Tournament, was held.
An exceptional couple of rounds were shot by our ultimate winner, Eric Muller, who carded
a gross 151. Dave Philips scored the lowest net with a solid 139.
The complete results:
| Low Gross || 1st--- 151 Eric Muller|
2nd-- 163 Paul Hayes
3rd-- 167 Bud Phillips
| Low Net || 1st---139 Dave Philips|
2nd-- 146 Larry Barksdale
3rd-- 147 Tom Mayerhofer
Lastly, our Annual Member/Spouse event was held on Sunday, June 28th followed by an early Thanksgiving style dinner wonderfully prepared by Debbie and Diane.
It was Turkey and all the fixin's. The event was a two-person Captain's Choice in three flights with the overall winner
based on the best net score from the total field. Winners were:
The overall winners, John & Pat Reed, will have their names engraved in our trophy case.
"A" Flight |
1st John & Pat Reed
2nd Larry & Daune
3rd Tom & Suzanne Strasser
1st Harry & Joanne Stewart
2nd Steve &
3rd John & Celise McLaughlin
1st Dick & Lucy Hajec
2nd Jim & MaryJane
3rd John & Judy Migas
It should be noted that Daune Barksdale scored an ACE on hole #5 during the event. The resulting bar tab for the Men's Club was
commensurately SMALL. Way to go Daune---Larry too.
The President's Cup qualifying and Match Play
Annual Member/Guest on August 21st and
Club Championships in September
Look to your web site for details and our Fall Schedule.
By Joanne Stewart
During the summer months the Walk & Talk group meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays @9:00am at the Pool Clubhouse.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a record turnout group is doing Water Exercises at 9:00am. in the Pool.
Have fun in the sun or in the pool.
Don't forget your sunscreen
Join us for either one or do it all.
Pool hours are 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays the pool is used for Water Aerobics from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
Only persons participating in aerobics will be permitted in the pool.
The community pool is a private pool. You must be a current Tradition property owner, renter or a visiting family member to use the pool on your own.
Visiting guests MUST be accompanied at the pool.
Please respect the hours of operation and rules so that all residents can
enjoy a safe and healthy pool environment.
- Persons using the facility do so at their own risk
- All swimmers must take a shower before entering the pool
- Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. No running or jumping
- Plastic containers only, no glass permitted in pool area
- Appropriate attire will conform to conventional swimsuits
- Floats, except for swimming aids, are not permitted in the pool
- Adults and children in diapers must wear state approved pool diapers
- Pets are forbidden in the pool area
- No Diving
- The use of radios is discouraged
- Each resident has a pool key, please do not open the gate for others
- If you did not receive a new pool key, contact Art Voltaire
2009 HOMEOWNERS’ DIRECTORY |
Your 2009 Directory was delivered to your home in March.
Below is a list of updates since then.
Updated information is also available on the Tradition Website @
Contact Dave Philips at 237-0494
WELCOME YOUR NEW NEIGHBORS
WRITE IN CORRECTIONS OR CHANGES
- Boyd & Liseete Haigler to 105 Confederate Lane
- Jerome & Barbara Mithen to 171 Deacon Drive
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
- Suzie Albright email email@example.com
- Michael & Heather Ryan from 1539 Tradition Club Drive
- Jeff & Deb Sturm from 171 Deacon Drive
- Robert & Jennifer Tarter from 105 Confederate Lane
By Jeanette Renault
MAILBOX NUMBERING is an issue that many of us need to address.
Midway Fire Department asked we make it a requirement to have numbers 3” to 4” high on both sides of the wooden area, easily visible from the street.
This is for your safety in case of emergency. See page 12, Covenants Booklet.
Our mailboxes have to withstand the elements and many are showing signs of wear.
Letters have been sent asking your cooperation in refurbishing when needed.
HELP US to keep Tradition up to our covenant standards. Please feel free to contact any of the committee members listed below with covenant’s issues.
Note: We understand that some infractions take time to correct and often there are extenuating circumstances that prohibit immediate action.
We believe in giving our neighbors reasonable time to correct problems.
If you need a referral for any type of maintenance work, we have names of vendors for your consideration. Call 235-3566.
|Your Covenants Committee|
|Bill Crimmins |
The Tradition Community web site is your link to important community information and events.
From www.tradition29585.com,the main page, you can access community information. This includes
the Tradition Property Owners Association Board meeting dates, the current & past Board meeting notes,
the community directory, calendar, the color version of this newsletter, a list of community activities and contact persons, an on-line copy of our covenants,
local weather, links to the regional newspapers, the Litchfield by the Sea site and other property owner information.
Several of our community organizations have links from the home page. These are the Ladies Nine Holers, the Tradition Ladies Golf Association,
the Gold Tees, the Tradition Men’s Golf Club, the Garden Club and Mexican Train Club.
The web site is especially valuable to golfers to check out their weekly tee times, pairings, game results, and other golf league information.
The web site receives an average of 3000 unique visits per month. Many residents have come to rely on the site as a reference and to get the latest community information. The web pages are designed and maintained by Vince and Dot Franco and Celise McLaughlin.
In addition to the web site, there is a community mailing list which is used to quickly email important and timely information to residents. If you have not been receiving these Tradition Community emails, please send a note to Vince Franco at
firstname.lastname@example.org with a request to be placed on the list. Your address will only be used to communicate Tradition community information and will not be shared with any business or other organization.
By Marion Culpepper
First, a note of appreciation to our supporters. You are the reason we are able to
obtain discounted rates during the off-season for a few of the best courses on the Grand Strand. Thanks, for playing with us.
The Tradition Mixed Golf Club strategy for the past 2 years has been to play less often and concentrate on the premiere golf
courses that are favorites of our players.
Caledonia certainly fits that category
and on June 26th, 21 players enjoyed playing this jewel. As usual, we had a nice
mixture of foursomes (mixed couples, all ladies and all men). The par 3 closest-to-pin
winners were: Joan Sheldon, Sally Russell, Penny Pikaart, Eric Hurd, and guest
Bob Eckroade. It was a warm day but there was a nice breeze that helped the conditions.
All Tradition residents and their guests are eligible to play. We try to schedule
the foursomes to minimize delays for all players. Come on out and meet some of the
nicest members of our community.
Other outings this year include True Blue on July 24th and the season finale at
Grande Dunes on Sept 11th. Tee times start at 12:30 pm. cost will be $61 per player.
Watch for announcements via email and in the Tradition Golf Club member's room.
Grande Dunes 2007
By Vince Civitarese ARB Chairman
Another summer is starting and lots of folks are doing work on their homes.
I would like to remind everyone that anything short of minor landscaping requires that you obtain a permit for the work.
The application is available on the web site and can be given to any ARB member.
Please remember that we would like to receive your application TWO weeks before our meetings
which are on the Third Wednesday of each month. We will do emergency permits on an as needed basis but only for health and safety issues.
All other applications will be handled through normal channels.
If you have any questions please feel free to call any ARB member and we will be happy to answer them.
Have a great summer and enjoy the beautiful area and neighborhood.
By Veronica Bucello
A notice to all using the Tradition Resident's Club Ladies Room book exchange. Due to space limitations, please do not bring hard cover books; bring paper backs only.
You may donate your hard cover books to the local library.
We appreciate that you share your magazines, but please bring current dated magazines only. This free book exchange is available to all residents.
We ask that you keep it at neat as you find it.
SAFETY AND TRAFFIC ISSUES
Just a reminder: The Sheriff will be patrolling the beach again this year to
watch for Dogs not on a leash on the Beach and Glass on the Beach. These
violations are subject to fines of $100 and up. We have seen a great
improvement in the last few weeks. Alcohol, if used discreetly is allowed. Thank you for your help in assisting to keep our beach a friendly place for residents and visitors alike.
We have had some complaints about "bar codes" being given to unauthorized family members and or friends. As you know. family members who visit occasionally can get a sticker as of this writing. If these privileges are abused, the board is considering a new approach. Each member now can have stickers for their cars and immediate family. Only two (2) bar codes will be allowed per owner. We want our residents to control this and not have to impose rules that make it inconvenient for everyone because some do not cooperate. I'll keep you posted. I know we can do it without further rules.
Many of our local citizens working in cooperation with the LBTS board, Litchfield Corridor Beautification Committee, Willbrook Road Maintenance District, local politicians, and Bike the Neck have been working to improve safety at the HWY 17/Willbrook intersection. Please notice the painted crosswalk for pedestrians and bicycles (golf carts should move with traffic lights in the auto lanes). New striping on Willbrook Blvd. and Traffic signal's new sequencing
are to improve safety and traffic flow.
Please be aware of the changes, and be very careful for the pedestrians in the intersection crosswalks and along Willbrook Blvd crosswalks.
YES, South Carolina does have a law requiring autos to yield for pedestrians and bicycles in crosswalks and bike paths. PLEASE STOP FOR THESE FOLKS AND MAKE OUR COMMUNITY A SAFER PLACE TO LIVE AND PLAY.
Also, a reminder that drivers of golf carts must have a valid drivers
license. Please enforce this in your family to protect younger persons
from danger and the threat of a lawsuit if they are involved in an accident. The auto and truck traffic is getting heavier and especially during the summer months. Be aware that visitors do not know where they are going at times and are not paying adequate attention to safety. We must always be aware of their presence.
Litchfield by the Sea POA, Vice President
Litchfield Corridor Beautification Committee, President
By Vince Franco
Many of the Tradition Gold Tees members feel Wednesday is the best day of the week. Wednesday is the day we play nine holes of golf from the gold tees at the Tradition Golf Club.
Denny Brenneman, our weekly games vice president, and Steve Boggess, our treasurer, have retired. We had a pizza party on June 10th to honor these two hard working guys. Dave Philips and John Melzer will now be laying out the weekly games and teams. A newcomer to our community, Dave Rubin, is our new treasurer.
The 7th Annual Gold Tee Member/Spouse/Partner Tournament is scheduled to be held on July 15th. There will be pictures and results in the next newsletter.
The 8th Annual Gold Tee Tournament will be on September 16th. This year’s tournament will be dedicated to the memory of our dear friend and fellow member, Dick Albright.
John McLaughlin and Dale Guzlas are in charge of running these annual tournaments.
Ed Sheldon and Harry Hunt are busy working on the annual Autumn Gold Tee Dinner menu. These dinners are very special social occasions. They also give our member chefs an opportunity to demonstrate their culinary skills with chicken, beef and/or pork. They can cook meals that are simply wonderful. Many of the guys have said that their chicken parmigiana is the best ever. Shrimp cocktail with hot horseradish sauce and cheesecake are always two staples that appear on every Gold Tee dinner menu. No one ever goes away hungry.
Each week, Bill Huish takes pictures of our winning teams. |
The pictures are then placed on our web site:
This group is composed of a great bunch of guys who play nine holes of golf from the gold tees on Wednesdays. Our primary purpose is to have fun, enjoy good fellowship and improve our golfing skills. Players of all handicaps are welcome. Contact Bill Huish at 237-5631 if you are interested in joining us.
Tradition Ladies Golf Association
Historian: Suzanne Strasser www.t29585.com/TLG.htm
Mamma Mia TLGA Italian night on 3/25/09 was a success.
Maureen Lempert made a wonderful lasagna. The salad was enhanced with a variety of sides by Carolyn Pacella and meatballs by Dot Franco. To finish the dinner Maureen made a refreshing dessert. The music was Italian and the conversation was funny and interesting.
Welcome to the Tournament Season
The ladies kicked off the tournament season with the annual Ringer Tournament at Tradition Golf Course on 4/9/2009 with perfect weather. 14 teams competed in this two week, two person net event.
First Place was awarded to two teams with a 57 net score tie.
Debbie Massie & Lucy Hajec - - Joanne Stewart & Beth Eddy
Second place Suzanne Connell & Betty Ruff (58), tied for third, Pat Kemper & Vivian Coughlin , Claire Kelly & Lee Wilson and Maureen lempert & Lori Doherty (59), fourth place Carolyn Pacella & Sally Russell (60). Most improved team from week one was Penny Pikaart & Grace Davis. Maureen Lempert had the only birdie during the two weeks on hole #1.
You have heard the expression “Golf for Food”.
Ringer Committee, Dot Franco, Claire Kelly
Polly Huish and Lee Wilson
The Tradition ladies League played a low net in flight event on 4/30/09,ending with a pizza/birthday party to celebrate the day.
Nancy Malara made her birdie on # 15 which helped her break 100 with her score of 94. Fun day ladies!!
Member Guest Tournament
Tradition Ladies Member Guest was held Thursday, May 14, 2009. After a tasty party at Applewoods , Wednesday night, we began play on Thursday to a slight rain shower. The sun came out and made a great day of it. The 2 low gross winners were the team of Maureen Lempert, Cecelia Barksdale, Pat D’Amato and Mary Jane Duryee .
The first 2 low net winners were, Sally Russell, Tanya Brownigg, Kathy MacSorley and Mary Clay (net 113).
First Place Gross (153)
Maureen Lempert & Cecelia Barksdale
Pat D’Amato and Mary Jane Duryee
Member Guest Tournament (continued)
First Place Net (113)
Sally Russell& Tanya Brownigg
Kathy MacSorley & Mary Clay
The closest to the pin prizes were Callaway golf towels embellished with the new TLGA logo to celebrate the event.
Friends from all over came to play and had a wonderful time.
TLGA Member/Member Tournament
Tradition Ladies held their Member Member tournament on June 18th.
The game was low net of a twosome; sixteen 2 person teams competed for the Member/Member "Let's Play Golf" tournament title.
Low Gross Winners (86)
Maureen Lempert &
Low Net Winners (60)
Daune Barksdale &
For a complete list of tournament winners and photos visit the
TLGA Tournament Website
Hole In One Club
What do you want most on St Patrick’s Day, a Hole in One. Maureen Lempert got her wish on
3/17/09, hole # 15 at the Tradition Golf course.
Her playing partners; Suzanne Connell, Debbie Massie and Linda Lehmann watched with delight and
said they would have an Irish coffee if she insisted
On June 28th at the Men's Member Spouse Daune Barksdale sunk her Hole in One on Hole #15
Congratulations to both!
August - Sadie Hawkins
September - President's Cup Tournament
October - Club Championship
Congratulations to Tradition's newest grandma's
Celise Mclaughlin welcomed granddaughter
Brianna Elise Crawford, born February 10th, 5lbs 13oz
Lori Doherty's new granddaughter
Payton Isabelle O'Keefe was born on June 13th, 6lbs 2oz
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Gender Gap in Stroke Symptoms
Women may be more likely than men to have "non-traditional" stroke symptoms, especially disorientation, confusion, or loss of consciousness,
according to a new study at the University of Michigan Hospital for ischemic (clot-related) strokes.
Most strokes are caused by clots which interrupts the blood supply to part of the brain.
Well-known symptoms of stroke include:
Stroke is a medical emergency, so call 911 if you or someone you know experiences stroke symptoms.
- Sudden weakness or numbness in the face, arm, or leg on one side of the body.
- Abrupt loss of vision, strength, coordination, sensation, speech or the ability to understand speech.
- Sudden dimness of vision, especially in one eye.
- Sudden loss of balance, possibly accompanied by vomiting, nausea, fever, hiccups, or trouble with swallowing.
- Sudden and severe headache with no other cause followed rapidly by loss of consciousness -- indications of a stroke due to bleeding.
- Brief loss of consciousness.
- Unexplained dizziness or sudden falls.
High Blood Pressure Diet
Most people know about the strong link between a healthy diet and disease prevention.
You should also know that what you eat -- or don't eat -- may lower or prevent high blood pressure.
Also, weight loss, if you are overweight or obese, is a safe and effective way to lower blood pressure.
By changing a few simple dietary habits, including counting calories and watching portion sizes to boost weight loss,
you may be able to lower your blood pressure -- a proven risk for heart disease.
Findings also show that potassium, magnesium, and fiber may also affect blood pressure.
Fruits and vegetables are high in potassium, magnesium, and fiber and low in sodium.
Also, nuts, seeds, legumes, lean meats, and poultry are good sources of magnesium.
Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH)
The DASH diet was a study of the effect of different dietary patterns on reducing high blood pressure.
Researchers found that women who followed the DASH diet had significantly lower blood pressure after just a few weeks.
Research has shown reduced risk of coronary artery disease and stroke in women who followed the DASH diet for several years.
What is the DASH diet eating plan?
The DASH diet's eating plan is rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish, poultry, nuts and legumes, and low-fat dairy.
These foods are high in key nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, fiber, and protein.
To start the DASH diet, follow these food groups and serving amounts (based on 2,000-calories a day):
Excerpt from WebMD Study June 2009
- Grains: 7-8 daily servings
- Vegetables: 4-5 daily servings
- Fruits: 4-5 daily servings
- Low-fat or fat-free dairy products
- Lean meat, poultry, and fish: 2 or fewer servings per day
- Nuts, seeds, and legumes: 4-5 servings per week
- Fats and oils: 2-3 daily servings
- Sweets: try to limit to less than 5 servings per week
- Cut back to 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day
For additional information on Strokes, Heart disease
and hypertension visit
As always check with your Doctor before
starting any diet or exercise regiment
Tradition Ladies Nine Holers
Co-Chair: Jeanette Renault
Co-Chair: Ann MacDonald
Secretary: Janice Hayes
Treasurer: Mary Jane Conway
Interclub: Mildred Culpepper
Social: Kathleen Parks, Phyllis Confer,
Games: Phyllis Confer
The Ladies Nine Hole Golf Association is organized for:
- Scheduled weekly play of golf
- Improvement of an individual's game.
- Observing the rules and etiquette of golf.
- Promoting good sportsmanship.
August 4 - Birthday Breakfast
September 15 - Host Inter-Club
October 6 - Bring a Friend
The community calendar is updated each month
for the current month Plus 2
Calendar is available on the community website at www.t29585.com/Community/CommunityCalendar.htm
Also posted at the front entrance to the pool house
When you can't cook because of illness or injury
Your Neighbors will help
Call Claudia Krauth
Monday Evenings 7PM
Community Yard Sale
May 2, 2009
The community yard sale was a huge success. Thanks go out to Merry Cotton, Darlene Dodson and all the participants.
It was a beautiful sunny day in the neighborhood
Kathy MacSorley & Darlene Dodson
GEORGETOWN COUNTY |
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
Georgetown County Information Hotline
(for the latest storm information):
545-3130 available 24 hours a day when EOC is activated
Georgetown County Emergency Preparedness
S C DOT Information - Phone: 1-888-877-9151
Evacuation & Shelter Information - Phone: 1-866-246-0133
|EMERGENCY SHELTER LOCATIONS |
Pleasant Hill Elementary School
127 School House Drive
Hemingway, SC 29554
MANDATORY SHELTER |
Andrews Elementary School
13072 County Line Road
Andrews, SC 29510
For shelter information, contact
Coastal SC Chapter of the American Red Cross
Georgetown Service Center 843 546-5422
Myrtle Beach Headquarters 843-477-0020
Fridays 10a.m. to Noon at the Residents Club House
Tennis(Men)-John Hoover 235-0261
Tennis(Women)-Nancy Malara 235-9344
Support your Local Farmers|
The crowds at the two Farmer's Markets are continuing to grow; those of you
who haven't taken advantage of either the Pawleys Island market on Wednesdays
or the Georgetown Farmer's Market on Saturday
are missing a wonderful opportunity.
Pawleys Island Farmers Market is on Parkersville Road
(off Route 17 near Martin Luther King) 3 to 7pm
Georgetown Farmers Market is at East Bay Park
on Saturday mornings