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Bringing Awareness About Deafness To Our Community by Melissa LaScaleia Michael Sokolik began the non-profit organization, Beach Society For the Deaf, as a way to build greater awareness of the existence of deaf people in the Myrtle Beach community, and to help foster greater inclusion for them. He has a small team of people who …

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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 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 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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Celebrating Our Second Anniversary and Evolution into the Coastal Insider by Melissa LaScaleia It’s been two very full years since we published our first edition of the Insider at the Market Common.  And we’re celebrating our achievements this month by sharing with you the story of our journey from then to now. The concept of …

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Opens in the Market Common June 14 by Melissa LaScaleia In 2014, Mike Siniscalchi left the world of finance and NYC, and relocated to Myrtle Beach with his family. “I wanted to start a business, and in thinking of ideas, I had great memories from my times in New York and Chicago at upscale bowling …

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Open Carriage Rides Return to the Market Common This Month by Melissa LaScaleia Joey Mincey started his business, Mincey Carriages and Tours, fifteen years ago as an enjoyable side hobby business to generate extra income.  His regular day job is in the tree service industry; he owns and operates Mincey Tree Service, which specializes in commercial …

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Real Living

It’s More Than a Name Change For Us by John Jobson We are happy to announce that we, Properties At The Market Common, have established higher goals and expectations in 2018 than we envisioned just eighteen months ago when we opened our new office on Farrow Parkway.  That was an exciting time for us, and …

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The Man Making Strides in the Realm of Entertainment by Melissa LaScaleia For Jerry Dalton, founder and organizer of the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival, there isn’t a better location in the world for a film festival than the Market Common.  He prefers it even to Sundance’s location in Park City, Utah.  Here the weather …

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Dragon Boat

The Upcoming 10th Annual Dragon Boat Festival Is Poised to Make A Splash April 28 by Melissa LaScaleia It’s a year of tens.  Not only is it the tenth year anniversary of the Market Common, but also of the Dragon Boat Races—the annual festival that is held by Ground Zero Ministries in the Market Common …

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