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Ann Dunham – Ready To Take On Concerns Of City

Ann Dunham announced her intentions to run for Myrtle Beach City Council in front of a packed house at the Dunes Club yesterday.  Among those in attendance were Senator Tom Davis of Beaufort, S.C., North Myrtle Beach Senator Greg Hembree, and S.C. District 34 Senator Stephen L. Goldfinch. Mrs. Dunham …

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Bethune Formally Announces For Mayor 2017

Surrounded by over 40 friends and family,  Brenda Bethune formally announced her intentions to run for Myrtle Beach Mayor this November 2017. Mrs. Bethune has never before held nor run for political office.  She owns and operates Better Brands, a Myrtle Beach based beverage, wine and snack distributor.  The company’s …

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Friends Of Chamber Employ Social Media Strategy

Brad Dean

With over $32 million in un-audited tax welfare at stake,  friends of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce are employing a new social media strategy. Facing elections this November,  and with many of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber’s favored incumbents at risk,  friends of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber …

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Myrtle Beach Crime Makes Wall Street Journal

Tidal Wave

Shootings on the boardwalk,  in the area of downtown Myrtle Beach, have made the local news now for more than 2 years ongoing,  with the former police chief retiring in May under duress. Today,  Cameron McWhirter of the Wall Street Journal highlighted the issues for the entire nation. This just …

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About Marlene Hensley Hucks

Marlene Henlsey Hucks

  Marlene (or Marleny as she is known in Spanish) is a mentor, teacher, cross-cultural trainer, storyteller, writer, and for those who have been under her leadership or simply sat across the table from her, she is a mirror of destiny. Her love of word and image were formed early on …

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Letting Go

My sister, Laura, says I am the exact opposite of a hoarder.  “Do you think maybe you have a problem having things?” she asked as she entered my apartment and noticed that the armoire I had shown her upon her last visit was absent from the room. “No”, I responded, …

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