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The North Myrtle Beach Varsity Cheerleaders, along with students, faculty and families, collected 360 jars of peanut butter and jelly for North Strand Helping Hand.


The North Myrtle Beach Varsity Cheerleaders sponsored a Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive for the local food pantry, North Strand Helping Hand. The cheerleaders helped with making posters, collecting the jars and packing the truck from NSHH. They teamed up with the Chiefs swimming, volleyball, golf and cross country teams, along with the student council to collect jars of peanut butter and jelly - staple items needed by many families in the local community.
In addition, many other students made donations through classroom teachers encouraging them. In addition,  they had more support for their efforts by Principal Trevor Strawderman having a “Jeans Day” for the staff, a special day where teachers can dress down. Teachers earned this privilege by donating a jar of peanut butter and jelly.
The school news team, Chief on the Daily, broadcast the drive appealing to many students in the school to help out. The work experience class got involved and covered boxes with bright paper and helped with counting and keeping track of donations, reaching many groups of students through this drive. They will continue to help North Strand Helping Hand this winter by doing a soup drive to build the food panty.
This project lasted four weeks which allowed so many different groups to help with the collection.
At the conclusion of the drive, they collected 360 jars, which equaled 685 pounds of food.











Event will be limited to first 100 teams
By Chris King
The Myrtle Beach Fall Classic will debut this November, giving golfers the opportunity to conclude their 2014 season by competing on some of America’s best courses.  
The inaugural Myrtle Beach Fall Classic, a two-person team event, will be played Nov. 17-20.
The 72-hole tournament entry fee is $325 per person and will include four rounds of golf, two nights of free food and drinks and a gift bag. The event will be limited to the first 100 teams and is expected to sell out. Players can register online at www.MyrtleBeachFallClassic.com.
The event is highlighted by a golf course lineup that includes the Fazio and Norman courses at Barefoot, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, Grande Dunes Resort Course, King’s North,  Prestwick, TPC Myrtle Beach and True Blue. Golfers will be flighted based on their team’s USGA handicaps and there will be a different format of play each day. The tournament formats, in order, will be best ball, Texas scramble, combined net team score and a scramble.
Six of the eight layouts have been ranked among America’s top 100 public courses and no matter a player’s rotation, four rounds of great golf are guaranteed.
Caledonia, ranked among America’s top 100 public courses by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, is a one area’s best and most scenic courses.
The Fazio Course at Barefoot Resort has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses by Golf Digest and hosted Big Break Myrtle Beach.
The Norman Course at Barefoot Resort is one of seven area courses that play along the Intracoastal Waterway.
Grande Dunes Resort has been ranked among America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses and it hosted the PGA Professional National Championship over the summer.
King’s North at Myrtle Beach National is an Arnold Palmer design that has been ranked among the nation’s best public courses and it is one of Myrtle Beach’s signature layouts.
Prestwick Country Club, a 4.5-star course, is a P.B. Dye design that is one of the area’s best and most underrated layouts.
TPC Myrtle Beach is the former home of the Senior Tour Championship and is currently ranked among America’s top 100 public courses by Golf Digest.
True Blue is America’s 77th best public course, according to Golf Magazine. The Mike Strantz design is one of Myrtle Beach’s bedrock layouts.
The fun won’t end at the course. During registration on Sunday, Nov. 16, players will be treated to hors d’oeuvres and open bar.
There will also be a plateddinner and open bar at the awards dinner on the final night at Crown Reef Resort. Participants will receive a tournament gift bag, including some Myrtle Beach Fall Classic logo apparel, among other items. The top finishers in each flight will win prizes and every player will have the opportunity to win daily contests and random drawing prizes.
The Myrtle Beach Fall Classic is a Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday event.

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