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Scott Lemons Cares

Scott Lemons,  Myrtle Beach community leader is a person who believes in the value of true investing. Myrtle Beach’s celebrated Street Reach has helped thousands of homeless people who struggle with addictions or have just fallen on hard times. Seeing the problem for what it truly is,  Scott Lemons has …

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Cold Weather Has Locals Indoors

This has been an ongoing cold winter for the Myrtle Beach area.  The cold weather has many school kids indoors. Time spent indoors since Christmas has amounted to much more than we all expected. Adults are hunkering down as well. Hopefully March will see us all here:   Related articles across …

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Making Yourself Promises to Keep for 2015

New Years, resolution, promise, 2015

As the new year approaches each year, many of us start thinking of resolutions. It can actually feel uplifting to begin a new plan such as joining a gym to get fit, writing one page a day for the next Great American novel, or more prosaically, keeping up with your inbox). …

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Experience the Wonders of Christmas at Brookgreen Gardens

Christmas, Brookgreen Gardens,, lights, celebrate

Brookgreen Gardens’ two indoor exhibits will be on display daily starting Friday, Nov. 28 to  Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015. Exhibits are free with garden admission. Beginning with the Rainey Sculpture Pavilion, it’s a joy of the holiday season in seeing how the horticulture and sculpture departments transform the two galleries into festive into holiday wonderlands. Presented …

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Coping with Loneliness at Christmas

Christmas, sad, depression, lonely

Some of life’s circumstances can overwhelm us and cause us pain during this season of festivity. Here are some suggestions for positive ways to cope by Rusty Wright. Tis the season to be … gloomy? Feeling low this Christmas season? You’re not alone. Amid cheery songs, festive parties, gifts and good …

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