Giving Back to the CommunityThe producers behind myrtle beach TV believe that there is no greater good than helping others in need and giving back to the community around us.
With this core belief in mind, regular segments titled Giving Back appear in the series.
Victory Over Violence Annual AuctionGreg Rowles, pictured at right with event organizer Hailey Davis, emceed the annual Victory Over Violence live and silent Basket auction at Revolutions night club at Broadway at the Beach.
Pianists from Crococile Rocks were the featured entertainment for the event.
The auction was hosted by the Grand Strand Junior Women's Club, with all proceeds benefitting CASA (Citizen's Against Spousal Abuse).
The Inaugural Saras Beach WalkWatch the final leg of the inaugural Sara's Beach Walk that ends in Plyler Park, downtown Myrtle Beach, as Hard Walkers, Day Trippers, and Punk Walkers converge on the last stretch of sand.
Then get a brief glimpse of the celebration and first in the lineup of several bands at Hard Rock Park that followed the three-day charity event.
HB Spokes Employee BenefitWatch the tremendous outpouring of community support at the HB Spokes Employee Benefit at Captain Poos Blue Marlin Yacht & Fishing Club.
Annual Duck Race at Barefoot Landing
Sara's Beach Walk - Interview with Hard Rock Park's CEO, Steven Goodwin, about the reason behind Sara's Beach Walk, as well as the use of funds raised by the event.
Grand Strand Amateur Radio Club with GSARC members
Habitat for Humanity with Holly Kaufmann
NMB Humane Society with Michelle LoPinto
Carefree Times and SOS with Janet Harrold
Cruise to the Coast Car Show with Dan Cicoria
NMB Aquatic Center with Melinda Chappell
Myrtle Beach Corvette Club with Carmine Pluchino
The North Myrtle Beach Humane SocietyMyrtle Beach TV's giving back to the community segment made its debut along with the rest of the show's segments on June 3, 2007, with a touching discussion about the many animals at the North Myrtle Beach Humane Society and the daily care each requires.
Bill Norman and Cathy Honeycutt mention a few small things each of us can do to help an animal, including donations at the shelter, participation in the annual Duck Race, and contributing annual membership dues.