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Arbor Day Celebration


1:00 p.m., Friday December 8, 2017


Chapin Memorial Library

400 14th Avenue North, Myrtle Beach, SC  29577


A.   Welcome


1.   Mark Kruea, Master of Ceremonies and Public Information Officer

2.   Jennifer Nassar, Director, Chapin Memorial Library


B.   Invocation and Arbor Day Resolution – Mayor John Rhodes


C.  Tree City USA Award Lois Edwards, SC Forestry Commission; Parks Division and Landscape Code Enforcement


D.   Missing Man Table – Rolling Thunder, South Carolina Chapter 3


E.   The Freedom Tree – David Carney, Lt. Col. Shine’s Brother-in-Law, Vietnam Veteran


F.   Community Appearance Awards Larry Bragg, Chair, and Community Appearance Board Members


1.   Outstanding Dramatic Landscape Using Light and Building Placement – Hook and Barrel, 8014 North Kings Highway

2.   Excellence in Tree Preservation Through Building Location – Farm House Restaurant, 500 North Kings Highway

3.   Outstanding Maintenance of Trees and Landscape – Captain’s Quarters, parcel located across from 901 South Ocean Boulevard

4.   Outstanding Residential Landscape Design and Tree Preservation – Antigua Subdivision, Antigua Drive

5.   The Greening of Myrtle Beach Municipal Award – The Market Common Greenway, Howard Avenue (Reed Street to Hackler Street)

6.   Most Improved Property – Fiesta Mexicana, 410 70th Avenue North


G.   Tree Planting Ceremony Freedom Tree, Chapin Memorial Library, 400 14th Avenue North


H.   Adjourn


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