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by Tabitha Mull Keep Surfside Beach Beautiful Comittee Invites you, your friends and your family to our Beach Sweeps!  Along with our kind and friendly community, one of our committee’s initiatives is to keep our beaches and beach accesses litter free! We meet at the Surfide Beach Pier at 10am to 12pm to sweep our …

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by the Town of Surfside Beach Busy on Sunday?  If you’re looking for something different and unusual to do, why not come to Passive Park on Surfside Drive after 2 pm and listen to the Sunday Serenades?  Ten years ago, Glenn “Hounddog” Hanson had an idea.  A talented guitarist and singer knew how hard it …

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by the Town of Surfside Beach Our beaches are constantly moving.  The waves and the winds sculpt the sand into a multitude of shapes.  Nature changes our beaches every day, and every day we lose a little bit of beach. Last t summer, the Army Corps of Engineers spent several weeks dredging sand and renourishing our …

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by Joyce Suliman The Town of Surfside Beach was once part of the Ark Plantation.  The Ark Plantation consisted of 3,198 acres with approximately 1.5 miles of ocean front.  We have found that the Ark Plantation home site was located on 3rd Avenue (S) and Willow Drive.  It was more defined by the old oak …

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by the Town of Surfside Beach Surfside Beach Yard of the month: In addition to community projects the Keep Surfside Beach Committee recognizes exemplary examples of gardening by the residents of Surfside Beach.  The monthly Yard of the Month Award showcases the best of our residents’ efforts in beautification of our neighborhood.  Recipients receive the …

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by the Town of Surfside Beach It’s a lot of fun to dig a hole on the beach, but you really can’t dig to China! Remember: •A cubic yard of sand (3’ x 3’ x 3’) can weigh as much as 3,000 pounds – this is why people who are buried in sand cave-ins suffocate. …

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by the Town of Surfside Beach The 19th Annual Guy Daniels Memorial Foundation Surfoff will bring together the surf community to celebrate the life of a fellow surfer, while also raising funds to provide scholarships for Horry and Georgetown County students in addition to supporting local environmental causes.  The two-day surf contest, being held July 28th and …

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For Children by the Town of Surfside Beach Crafter’s Cove is a weekly event sponsored by the Town of Surfside Beach and EdVenture Myrtle Beach. EdVenture Myrtle Beach, formerly the Children’s Museum of South Carolina, is the first satellite location for EdVenture Children’s Museum in Columbia—the largest children’s museum in the southeast. Staff from the …

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Surfside Beach Reminders & Tips by the Town of Surfside Beach Surfside Beach is proud of our beach area. It’s the center and heart of the town, and we’re happy to share it with our visitors. Surfside Beach is the only area in Horry County that allows beach shading devices other than umbrellas. You can …

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Gator Fence

They’ll Gator Done By Jonathan Townsend The hottest topic in the Myrtle Beach fencing and construction market is the formation of a new company out of some old faces.  Two of the largest fence companies in the area have merged and joined up with a fence distribution company to form one of the largest fence …

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