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  • Sep 19

    Art and Wine Festival

    Head to the Deck at the House of Blues for the 2nd Annual Art and Wine Festival. Stay tuned for more details.

  • Sep 19

    Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art

    Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art is an annual festival that features musical performances as well as art throughout the town. A variety of events make up this festival which runs from Septeber 19 to October 12 including the Wearable Art Luncheon, Gallery Crawl, and musical performances. Ticket prices vary with each event and some events are free.

  • Sep 18

    South Carolina Tobacco Festival

    Last year’s festival was a tremendous success thanks to all who came out and enjoyed the events.  This year, we’re adding even more fun and entertainment!  Come out, bring your friends and neighbors, and help us celebrate our Tobacco Heritage while enjoying yourself at the 59th annual SC Tobacco Festival.

  • Sep 19

    Myrtle’s Market

    Come to Myrtle’s Market to pick up your fresh seasonal produce at the local farmers’ market!

  • Sep 20

    Aynor Harvest Hoe-Down Festival

    We invite you to visit us for the 34th Annual Aynor Harvest Hoe-Down Festival in Aynor, South Carolina…which includes hundreds of Arts, Crafts & Food Vendors, Parade at 10 am, Musical Entertainment 11am - 6pm
    Street Dance 7 pm - 10:00 pm, “Party Favor Band” Children’s Entertainment

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Carolina Winds to Raise Funds to Help Medical Univ of SC Build Medical Center

Carolina Winds to Raise Funds to Help Medical Univ of SC Build Medical Center

By Carolina Winds | Monday, June 25th, 2012

Members of the Carolina Winds family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wendell and Wendy Smith, recently lost their three year old daughter Jessica following a lifelong struggle with Alpers Disease, a rare degenerative mitochondrial disease.  Unfortunately the Smith family learned early on that knowledge about Alpers Disease is sparse because of both the rarity of the disease and the difficulty of the diagnosis of the disease.  Following Jessica’s courageous fight, John Wendell and Wendy dedicated themselves to help give more exposure to Alpers Disease and all other mitochondrial diseases to help improve the diagnosis and prognosis of these terrible diseases.  John Wendell, Wendy and their son Tanner frequently traveled back and forth to Charleston, SC and The Medical University of South Carolina with Jessica for her treatments and their experience with the doctors and other staff was exceptional through this hard time.  During that time the Smith Family had to go from end to end of Medical University of South Carolina to meet with the proper doctors and medical staff.  The Smith family’s goal is to help create the Livi Center which will put all of the doctors, staff and other resources in one central location so that treatment of these mitochondrial diseases can be improved and made easier and more efficient for the children and their families.

The entire VacationMyrtleBeach.com resort family has rallied to support the Smith’s and will devote the entire summer to help them reach their goal.  “All of us in the VacationMyrtleBeach.com resort group were deeply saddened at the loss of Jessica and we all want to support John Wendell and Wendy in any way that we can.  When the opportunity arose for us to assist them in their mission to help create the Livi Center, we knew that we had to step up to help make that happen,” said Matt Klugman of VacationMyrtleBeach.com.

During the months of June, July and August, the VacationMyrtleBeach.com resort group will be accepting guest donations to help create the Livi Center at MUSC, and at the end of the summer we will pool all of the donations and make a matching contribution to the center.  We are all honored that we can help this mission in our own way.