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July 19, 2023

Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette speaks to volunteers at a beach cleanup alongside Dr. Tom Mulligan.Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful teamed up with South Carolina 7, Palmetto Pride, Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette and Miss North Myrtle Beach for a beach cleanup July 18.

Volunteers from the three organizations, local public officials and beach goers helped to pick up trash left on the shore around Hurl Rocks Park at 20th Avenue South in Myrtle Beach.

Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette addressed the volunteers before starting the sweep thanking them for their participation. She said she’s traveled extensively, but finds South Carolina beaches the most beautiful. She encouraged volunteers to stay in South Carolina and explore all of the states beauty.

“Good citizens don’t walk over trash, they pick it up,” Evette said.

Miss North Myrtle Beach Brooke Vu cleans up trash in the sand during a beach cleanup.The Pick It, Post It little pickup campaign with PalmettoPride, Duke Energy and SC7 continues through the end of the month. People who cleanup litter are encouraged to share photos of their efforts on social media and share it with the hashtag #PickItPostIt. With every post, the Duke Energy Foundation has pledged to donate $10 towards PalmettoPride’s litter prevention efforts and to support the installations of Environmental Sculptures – with Myrtle Beach area artist Jim Swaim – across South Carolina.

You can help Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful. Sign up to receive a notification for the next cleanup event.

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