At the Joye Law Firm, we are proud of what we do and we are honored to be a part of our community. We established Joye in the Community to give back to our neighbors, support local education, help local charities, and improve the health and well-being of those around us. Joye Law Firm is proud to share this event information with you; however, our firm is not directly affiliated with these events or organizations. Please contact them directly for more information. Check out the local events going on in Myrtle Beach, SC in July 2016.


Charity Golf Tournament for Special Needs

The Charity Golf Tournament for Special Needs benefits Special Needs Family Fun Day, which has been entertaining individuals with special needs and their families since 2001. Held at the Shaftesbury Glen Golf Course this year, the format will be a 4-man team scramble, with an 8 a.m. sharp shotgun start. There will be an abundance of door prizes, including dinner certificates, rounds of golf, and much more. Prizes will also be awarded for closest to the pin, for both male and female, and longest drive, for both male and female. Pack up your golf clubs and gear and prepare yourself for a day of fun, sun, and prizes on the expansive green Shaftesbury Glen Golf Course to help contribute to this wonderful family-oriented charity event.

Event Details at a Glance:

Event: Charity Golf Tournament for Special Needs

Date: July 9

Time: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: Shaftesbury Glen Golf Course
951 Shaftesbury Lane, Conway, SC 29526

Cost: $75 per player, includes golf, lunch (hamburgers, hotdogs, or BBQ), 2 drink tickets, and 2 Mulligan tickets

Learn More: Visit the Special Needs Family Fun Day website for more information or call (843) 602-8555. You can also email: Tamatha Lewis at tamathalew@gmail.com with any other questions.


The HI-LO Duo–John Goodwin and Mike Hall

The Hi-Lo Duo, John Goodwin on sax and flute and Mike Hall on the bass, will play their soothing tunes of classic and Latin, as well as smooth and funky jazz, at the Trinity Presbyterian Church on July 10 this summer. Some of their songs include “On Green Dolphin Street,” “Over the Rainbow,” “Autumn Leaves,” and “Mr. Magic.” If you have not heard of this duo before, they have a very organic sound and do not use any backing tracks, just notes that come straight from the instruments. This performance is part of the Trinity Presbyterian Church’s “Arts at the Church” series, which is featured on select Sundays at 3 p.m., west of Surfside Beach. Bring your dancing shoes!

Event Details at a Glance:

Event: The HI-LO Duo—John Goodwin and Mike Hall

Date: July 10

Time: 3 p.m.

Where: Trinity Presbyterian Church
2061 Glenns Bay Road Surfside Beach, SC 29575

Cost: Make an offering

Learn More: For more information about this event, call 843-650-0313, or email arts.at.the church@gmail.com. If you are interested in information about the Hi-Lo Duo, contact Mike at 843-254-2680 (email: spacebass63@gmail.com) or John at 843-467-7201 (email: workaholic1958@gmail.com) or check out the Hi-Lo Duo website.


Beat the Heat Walking Tour Downtown Conway

If you are visiting the Myrtle Beach area, you should not miss out on Downtown Conway’s walking tour. This guided walking tour focuses on and explores the history and lore of charming Downtown Conway. Tour attendees will enjoy a morning walk through the downtown area that celebrates the splendor and culture of the area, learning fun facts about the Riverfront, City Hall, and the graveyards. Other stops include Kingston Presbyterian Church and Main Street Theater. For example, the city hall building in Downtown Conway was built by the famous Robert Mills, who designed the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. If you want to do the tour on your own, you can pick up a map at the visitor center and you will be provided historical information through QR codes, using your smartphone. Make sure you bring your walking shoes and plan on doing some shopping in local artisan shops, where plenty of treasures can be found, once your guided walking tour of Downtown Conway is over.

Event Details at a Glance:

Event: Beat the Heat Walking Tour Downtown Conway

Date: July 9

Time: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Where: Conway Visitor’s Center
903 Third Avenue
Conway, SC 29526

Cost: $5 per person

Learn More: For more information about this event, contact Conway Downtown Alive at (843)-248-6260 or email: staff@conwayalive.com. Register online at conwayalive.com.


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