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Students Awarded Scholarships

Our club awarded five $1,000 scholarships to North Myrtle Beach High School graduates at its May meeting. The scholarships are given to students who not only excel in their studies, but are involved in many activities at school and in the community. Recipients of the scholarships this year are Alexandra Khoury and Abigail Khoury, twin daughters of Kendall Khoury. Both girls will be attending the University of South...

Club Hosts the Human Trafficking Movie “Sold...

GFWC North Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club will host a presentation of the movie “Sold” at the Carmike 12 Theatre (10177 North Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, S.C.) on Wednesday, May 3rd at 6:30 PM to 8:15 PM. The club is bringing the movie to our area to bring awareness to our communities about human trafficking. The public is invited to attend this exclusive, one-night only showing of this insightful and chilling movie,...

Purses on April 19th!

The 2017 “Purses with Purpose Charity Event” will be held on Wednesday, April 19, 6:00 PM in the Nautilus Ballroom at Marina Inn Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach. Martin Heat and Air will be returning as the Title Sponsor for this year’s event. In 2016 it was standing room only with over 300 ladies attending the April event. Attendees this year will again enjoy a delicious dinner...

Club Donates to Hope’s Kitchen

Club member, Kelly Brown, presents Gene Cook, the Director of Hope’s Kitchen with our contribution check of $500. This ministry provides hot meals, clothing and spiritual fellowship for our community to those in need each Tuesday night at Ocean Drive Presbyterian church in the Lyerly Family Life Center. The club continues to support this charity through its two fundraisers, the “Christmas Candlelight Tour of...

North Strand Helping Hand Contribution

Club members, Kelly Brown and Betty Cole, present North Strand Helping Hand’s assistant director, Lorraine Martin (center), with our contribution check of $1000. This organization aids those in need in our community with food, clothing, supplies and financial funding. In addition, our club sponsors the charity’s senior outreach programs for Christmas and Valentine’s Day and volunteers on a regular basis...

Club Awards SC Progress Foundation Matching Grants...

Club member, Debbie Ritter, presents Linda Trost, Director of Current Transitions, the club’s contribution check in the amount of $1,000. Current Transitions, a local non-profit organization, provides a learning center for adults with developmental challenges. Debbie volunteers at the center and says, “I enjoy my work at the center so much. The young adults are so eager to learn and they are a delight to work...

Club Members Tour New Home

Members of our Advocates for Children committee recently toured Sea Haven Inc.’s new shelter home campus. Juliet Casper commented, “The facilities are beautiful, warm and inviting for our at risk, troubled and homeless youth. We are fortunate to have this facility in our community.” Committee co-chair Karen Brown presented Executive Director Christina Jackson with the club’s contribution check in...

Humane Society Receives Club Contribution

Club member, Saundra Anthony (Right), delivers the club’s $1,000 contribution check to the Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach. Tina Hunter (Left) accepts the contribution on behalf of the organization. Our club contributes to the Humane Society every year. In addition, at the May meeting, club members bring items needed by the charity and donate them to the center. Saundra says,  “Our yearly contribution to...