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Author: Suzanne Pritchard

05 Apr Kings Mountain Shakedown

Did you know that Greg Duckworth is taking another BSA Venturing Crew to Philmont Scout Ranch this summer? In preparation for the trip, the Crew visited Kings Mountain earlier this year. The North Myrtle Beach Times published a really interesting article that Greg wrote about...

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03 Apr Interview on Local Economy

Today, Councilman Greg Duckworth volunteered his time to be interviewed for a university project talking about our local economy and environmental issues facing the Grand Strand. Scott Wolfrey, Jr., a graduate student with the Burroughs and Chapin Center of Marine and Wetland Sciences, led the interview for...

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26 Mar Meet & Greet Cookout

Greg Duckworth announces his candidacy for SC House District 104! Please join us! Wednesday, March 28 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at McLean Park in North Myrtle Beach for a community Meet and Greet Cookout as Councilman Greg Duckworth announces his candidacy for SC Statehouse Seat...

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22 Mar North Myrtle Beach Times Article

From the North Myrtle Beach Times website, Duckworth announces bid for House Seat 104 by Jessica Vaitis. North Myrtle Beach City Councilman Greg Duckworth will be running for the South Carolina District 104 House Seat on the June 12 ballot. While no formal announcement has been...

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21 Mar National Safe Place Week

[caption id="attachment_16221" align="alignleft" width="300"] Councilman Greg Duckworth presents the National Safe Place Week proclamation to Sea Haven Executive Director Christina Jackson.[/caption] North Myrtle Beach City Councilman Greg Duckworth presents a proclamation from North Myrtle Beach Mayor Marilyn Hatley declaring March 18-24 as National Safe Place...

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20 Jan OKPIK: From Zero to Seventy Degrees

From zero to seventy degrees on New Year’s Day, that was the temperature swing as commercial flights transported our crew from the frigid Boundary Waters back to the sunny, warm Low Country. The Scouts of Troop 888 began planning for this bone-chilling adventure early...

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02 Oct A Centennial Year of Scouting

2010 marks the 100th Anniversary of Scouting in America and, throughout our country, scouts of all ages from many generations are celebrating. The scouts of Troop 888 have been doing their fair share as well - and it’s still not over! Beginning with the annual observance...

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