Murrells Inlet Elks donate $1,400 to Dragon Boat at the Beach

  • Thursday, April 10, 2014

Photo provided The Murrells Inlet Elks Lodge presented a check for $1,400 to Dragon Boat at the Beach as a donation toward their wellness program. Dragon Boat is a program for local cancer survivors. They have regular practice paddles under the direction of nationally recognized ladies golf coach Beans Kelly. Dragon Boat practices out of the Reserve Marina in Pawleys Island on the Waccamaw River. They also attend various Dragon Boat Festivals throughout the Southeast. Above, from left, are Diane Thompson, Elks cancer chairperson, Beans Kelly, coach for Dragon Boat at the Beach, Fred Thompson, district deputy N.E.S.C., and Tom Lynch, Dragon Boat president.


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