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Rotary Club of Carolina Forest seeks help with 501 median clean up

Due to the lack of maintenance, the county has stated it will remove the shrubbery and bush hog the medians if a private organization does not take over. (Source: Kevin Kristick) Due to the lack of maintenance, the county has stated it will remove the shrubbery and bush hog the medians if a private organization does not take over. (Source: Kevin Kristick)
Carolina Forest businesses and community members are asking the public to assist in the financial cost of this project by making a donation. (Source: Kevin Kristick) Carolina Forest businesses and community members are asking the public to assist in the financial cost of this project by making a donation. (Source: Kevin Kristick)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The Rotary Club of Carolina Forest-Sunrise will assist in the care of the Carolina Forest Boulevard Medians from Highway 501 to Gateway Drive.

Due to the lack of maintenance, the county has stated it will remove the shrubbery and bush from the medians if a private organization does not take over. They are pledging to assist in this project to maintain the pristine appearance and image of Carolina Forest.

Local lawn care companies will maintain the appearance until the community finds long term solutions.

The Community of Carolina Forest has repeatedly come together in times of need, and as a community they need to come together to fund this project.

Carolina Forest businesses and community members are asking the public to assist in the financial cost of this project by making a donation.

For further information or to make a contribution please contact Dr. Kevin Lipstick, Service Chair of the Rotary Club of Carolina Forest by calling (843) 236-7383 or cvmbghunter@yahoo.com

Checks can be payable to "Carolina Forest Rotary" with "Median Maintenance" in the memo line to 209 Ronnie County Myrtle Beach, SC 29579.

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