The Rotary Club of North Myrtle Beach would like to thank everyone who recently attended our Annual Spaghetti Dinner. Thank you to Carrabba’s for their support and making the dinner, thanks also to sponsors BNC Bank and the Printing Port for their part in this year’s event. The money raised from the dinners, bake sale and silent auction will be used for community projects in North Myrtle Beach.
Following on the heels of the Spaghetti Dinner was the Rotary Club’s involvement in the CitiImpact/Meal Mania food pack-a-thon. The North Myrtle Beach Rotary Club together with the NMB High School Interact Club sponsored 3 teams to pack meals at the Sun News Warehouse. The two hour shift, comprised of our teams, local churches and other civic organizations packed 163 cartons of food or the equivalent of 39,120 meals. While these meals do go out internationally, some of the meals packed during our shift will benefit Shepherd’s Table in Conway. NMB Rotarian Gary Gaffney is one of the organizers of the CitiImpact/Meal Mania event and it provides a great opportunity to help the community and work together as a team.
Rotarians Ashley Causey, Wes McDonald and Andy Grigg with the help of Interact work to fill the To Go orders.
L to R: Sea Haven’s Beverly Bellamy, Rotarians Toni Benson-Powell, Drew Hansen, Tom Barstow, Rotary President Tripp Davis, Sea Haven’s Wendy Gore, Rotarian Pam Wright, Sea Haven’s Sarah Brown, Rotarians Harry Thomas and Joanne Myers