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Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - Come sample all of our amazing wines. Choose 2 or more of your favorites and get 15% off your purchase Every Tuesday!
    La Belle Amie Vineyard
    1120 Saint Joseph Road Little River SC 29566
    Chuck Weigle 843.399.9463 info@LaBelleAmie.com
  • | 5:00pm - 5:50pm | Health Seminars and Screenings, Medical, chiropractic, weight loss, testosterone
    - We are Horry County and Georgetown's only Integrated Health Center and one of the only integrated health centers in South Carolina. Our integrated office incorporates medical care and chiropractic under one roof. Our staff includes a medical doctor, two chiropractors focusing on structural correction, and two nurse practitioners. We accept most major health insurances including medicare. People who would benefit the most from our services include those suffering from any type of pain, people who want a second opinion on surgery, as well as anyone who needs a primary care physician, lab work, and x-rays.

    We have also recently began two new services here, one being a testosterone boosting program, and a a medical weight loss program as well. If you have any questions

    Come experience the difference at Inlet Physical Medicine.
    Inlet Physical Medicine
    804 Inlet Square Drive Unit B Murrells Inlet, SC
    Rob Stinson 843.652.5678 robstinsondc@gmail.com
  • | Evening | Special Interest, Music, singing, a cappella, Sweet Adelines, Sound of the Strand, chorus, choir
    - Sound of the Strand Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, invites ladies of all ages to sing with us from July 7 to September 1. We sing a cappella music in the barbershop style.

    There is no obligation to join. There will be an opportunity to audition at the end of summer. There will public performances as well.

    Girls under 16 must be accompanied by parent or guardian.
    Trinity Church
    3000 N Kings Hwy Myrtle Beach SC 29577
    Lisa Verkuilen 843.424.3526 lisaleev@gmail.com
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    First Day of School Year GymnasticsClasses Terry & Dons Gymnastics 650.6731

     
           
  • | All Day | Special Interest, Pet Grooming, Myrtle Beach, Furminator
    - Groomin' The Beach reminds you that it is time to book your next grooming appointment.
    Call today for your appointment.
    We do Full Grooms, Bath Only, Furminator Services, Nails, Flea Treatments.
    Work directly with the owner, Stephanie Spivey.
    Find out coupon on the coupon tab and save!
    Groomin' The Beach
    3242 Holmestown Road Myrtle Beach SC 29588
    Stephanie Spivey 843.957.5620 groominthebeach@gmail.com
  • | Celebration, Party Rental, Weddings, Outdoor Party, Inflatables
    - Call us at Cannon's Small Equipment Repair and Party Rental Center. We have tents, tables, chairs, inflatables and more. We make parties easier. Delivery and set up available. Call today.
    CAnnon's Small Engine Specialists & Rental Center
    1716 Mill Pond Road Conway SC 29526
    Clint Cannon 843.248.3542 cannon.00@hotmail.com
  • | Special Interest, Europe, Travel, Cruise, Viking River Cruise, Paris
    - Experience a seven night cruise on the Rhine River from Basel to Trier aboard the Viking Modi and end with two nights in Paris. The included excursions allow you to experience the history and culture of these amazing cities and port towns. Cruise sails April 4-11, 2016 and Paris immediately follows. Prices begin at $2780.50 based on double occupancy. Limited availability, call today. Ask about e-check discounts and save even more.
    All About Travel
    308 Main St North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
    Liz Campbell 843.281.0480 cruisegal_aat@yahoo.com
  • - We Can!® and National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

    September is not only back-to-school time, it also is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. The We Can! science-based education program gives parents, caregivers, and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Transcript between Joe Balintfy, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, and Karen Donato, coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

    Joe Balintfy: Obesity is a devastating public-health crisis for the United States. And then there are the hard-to-believe statistics of the epidemic on children.

    Karen Donato: Over the past 30 years, prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled among children ages 2-5; it’s tripled among youth ages 6-11, and has more than tripled among adolescents and teens ages 12-19.

    Joe Balintfy: That’s Karen Donato. She's Coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She adds that current data show that 17 percent of children ages 2-19 years are obese.

    Karen Donato: We also know that these children who are overweight or obese are at high risk of become obese as adults; and as obesity increases in adults, adults are at increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancers and other really serious chronic conditions.

    Joe Balintfy: She says awareness about childhood obesity is critical.

    Karen Donato: We feel that awareness is really the first step in solving this problem of childhood obesity. The launch of the First Lady’s Let's Move campaign actually has garnered more attention to the issue. September is marking National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and we really have an opportunity to reinforce the message that childhood obesity is a serious national problem.

    Joe Balintfy: Donato explains that parents and caregivers are the primary influencers for children ages 8-13, and can help children lead healthier lives, especially now during back to school time.

    Karen Donato: We'd like to provide parents with some ideas to think about ways to promote healthy choices not only for their children but for the whole family. And when you’re planning lunches not only for your children but for yourself — perhaps going off to work — there are some simple ideas that you could put healthy twists on things. One popular one is this inside-out sandwich where you actually use lettuce instead of bread. And you use the lettuce to wrap the turkey and the cheese and you make your sandwich out of that.

    Joe Balintfy: For more tips, Donato points to the education program called We Can!

    Karen Donato: We Can! stands for Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition, and it is science-based education program from the National Institutes of Health. And it has been really designed to give parents, caregivers, and even entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Joe Balintfy: She explains that We Can! has three key objectives: improving food choices, increasing physical activity, and reducing screen time.

    Karen Donato: It is also really important though, in addition to eating even right, that parents really begin to plan and schedule time for the whole family to become physically active. It’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes of physical activity each and every day. And it’s also kind of difficult with parents with busy schedules to make sure that happens. And another way of increasing physical activity is again, making sure you’re limiting the time spent in front of the TV or the computer or the video games because we know that kind of sedentary time is also associated with an increase in weight.

    Joe Balintfy Donato reports that We Can! has grown into a national movement with more than 1,300 community sites in all 50 states. For specific strategies and tips, as well as resources for communities, visit the website wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov or call toll free 1-866-35-WE-CAN. Again visit wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov, or call 1-866-35-WE-CAN.

     
           

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • | 8:00am - 5:00pm | Recycling, Recycling, Swap, Shop, C&D, Construction, Demolition
    - Georgetown County offers a construction and demolition debris "swap shop" the first and third Wednesday of each month. Call (843) 545-3443 for more information.

    Available at:
    Georgetown County Landfill
    Pawleys Island Recycling Center
    Pleasant Hill Recycling Center
    Georgetown County Landfill
    201 Landfill Road Georgetown SC 29440
    Shamaine White 843.545.3463 swhite@gtcounty.org
  • | 8:00am - 5:00pm | Recycling, Construction, Demolition, Swap, Shop, Recycling
    - Georgetown County offers a construction and demolition debris "swap shop" the first and third Wednesday of each month. Call (843) 545-3443 for more information.

    Available at:
    Georgetown County Landfill
    Pawleys Island Recycling Center
    Pleasant Hill Recycling Center
    Pawleys Island Recycling Center
    596 Grate Ave. Pawleys Island SC 29585
    Shamaine White 843.545.3463 swhite@gtcounty.org
  • | 8:00am - 5:00pm | Recycling, Construction, Demolition, Swap, Shop, Recycling
    - Georgetown County offers a construction and demolition debris "swap shop" the first and third Wednesday of each month. Call (843) 545-3443 for more information.

    Available at:
    Georgetown County Landfill
    Pawleys Island Recycling Center
    Pleasant Hill Recycling Center
    Pleasant Hill Recycling Center
    11987 Pleasant Hill Drive Hemingway SC 29554
    Shamaine White 843.545.3463 swhite@gtcounty.org
  • | All Day | Daily Specials, Frozen Yogurt, Murrells Inlet, Coupons
    - Seniors 65+ Receive 15% OFF with any Frozen Yogurt Purchase Every Wednesday. Mention ad to redeem!
    Froyoz Premium Frozen Yogurt
    2607 Hwy. 17 south Garden City SC 29576
    John Cetera 843.651.2665 jcet1@aol.com
  • - We Can!® and National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

    September is not only back-to-school time, it also is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. The We Can! science-based education program gives parents, caregivers, and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Transcript between Joe Balintfy, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, and Karen Donato, coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

    Joe Balintfy: Obesity is a devastating public-health crisis for the United States. And then there are the hard-to-believe statistics of the epidemic on children.

    Karen Donato: Over the past 30 years, prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled among children ages 2-5; it’s tripled among youth ages 6-11, and has more than tripled among adolescents and teens ages 12-19.

    Joe Balintfy: That’s Karen Donato. She's Coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She adds that current data show that 17 percent of children ages 2-19 years are obese.

    Karen Donato: We also know that these children who are overweight or obese are at high risk of become obese as adults; and as obesity increases in adults, adults are at increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancers and other really serious chronic conditions.

    Joe Balintfy: She says awareness about childhood obesity is critical.

    Karen Donato: We feel that awareness is really the first step in solving this problem of childhood obesity. The launch of the First Lady’s Let's Move campaign actually has garnered more attention to the issue. September is marking National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and we really have an opportunity to reinforce the message that childhood obesity is a serious national problem.

    Joe Balintfy: Donato explains that parents and caregivers are the primary influencers for children ages 8-13, and can help children lead healthier lives, especially now during back to school time.

    Karen Donato: We'd like to provide parents with some ideas to think about ways to promote healthy choices not only for their children but for the whole family. And when you’re planning lunches not only for your children but for yourself — perhaps going off to work — there are some simple ideas that you could put healthy twists on things. One popular one is this inside-out sandwich where you actually use lettuce instead of bread. And you use the lettuce to wrap the turkey and the cheese and you make your sandwich out of that.

    Joe Balintfy: For more tips, Donato points to the education program called We Can!

    Karen Donato: We Can! stands for Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition, and it is science-based education program from the National Institutes of Health. And it has been really designed to give parents, caregivers, and even entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Joe Balintfy: She explains that We Can! has three key objectives: improving food choices, increasing physical activity, and reducing screen time.

    Karen Donato: It is also really important though, in addition to eating even right, that parents really begin to plan and schedule time for the whole family to become physically active. It’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes of physical activity each and every day. And it’s also kind of difficult with parents with busy schedules to make sure that happens. And another way of increasing physical activity is again, making sure you’re limiting the time spent in front of the TV or the computer or the video games because we know that kind of sedentary time is also associated with an increase in weight.

    Joe Balintfy Donato reports that We Can! has grown into a national movement with more than 1,300 community sites in all 50 states. For specific strategies and tips, as well as resources for communities, visit the website wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov or call toll free 1-866-35-WE-CAN. Again visit wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov, or call 1-866-35-WE-CAN.

     
           

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - Come tour our beautiful winery. Tours begin at 11 a.m. every Thursday.
    Enjoy wine tastings and pick 12 of your favorites and we will take 20% off your case! A great place to unwind during the day!
    La Belle Amie Vineyard
    1120 Saint Joseph Road Little River SC 29566
    Chuck Weigle 843.399.9463 info@LaBelleAmie.com
  • | 12:00pm - 12:30pm | Local Events, Personal Injury, Auto Accidents, Legal Help, Myrtle Beach, florence, injury
    - Legal Access, a featured show on WMBF News, answers some of the area's most commonly asked legal questions. Legal Access airs every Thursday from 12 - 12:30 p.m.

    Guests each week will include attorneys from law firms throughout the Grand Strand and Pee Dee area. Get the answers you need concerning Workers Compensation, DUI, personal injury, and more, all for free.

    Get the answers you need on Legal Access, only on WMBF News. Call 843-848-8080 to have your questions answered or email legalaccess@wmbfnews.com.
    WMBF Television
           
    Legal Acces Line (Open on Thursdays @ noon) 843.848.8080 Heather@maguirelawfirm.com
  • | All Day | Daily Specials, Italian Dining, Early Bird Specials, Daily Specials, Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beac
    - Join us for our Early Bird specials 4-6 daily Monday through Thursday
    with selections from $9.95 - $11.95 .
    And take advantage of our daily specials Monday through Thursday for only $9.95
    Monday - Spaghetti & Meatballs
    Tuesday - Baked Ziti
    Wednesday - Lasagna
    Thursday - Haddock
    All Daily Specials and Early Bird Specials Include Salad and Bread.
    Join us today!
    Valentino's II
    531 Highway 17 South Surfside Beach SC 29575
    Valentino's II 843.839.4800
  • | All Day | Daily Specials, Frozen Yogurt, Murrells Inlet, Coupons
    - Receive FREE Bottle of Water with any $4 Frozen Yogurt Purchase Every Thursday. Mention ad to redeem!
    Froyoz Premium Frozen Yogurt
    2607 Hwy. 17 south Garden City SC 29576
    John Cetera 843.651.2665 jcet1@aol.com
  • | Reminders, Dentist, Dental Exam, Dental Cleaning, Oral Care
    - Regular Cleanings and Exams help prevent cavities and other Tooth and Oral problems. Schedule your cleaning and exam today.
    Carolina Center for Advanced Dentistry
    1515 9th Ave. Conway SC 29526
    Emily Hardee 843.248.3843 mrs_hardee@hotmail.com
  • | Reminders, Dentist, Dental Exam, Dental Cleaning, Oral Care
    - Regular Cleanings and Exams help prevent cavities and other Tooth and Oral problems. Schedule your cleaning and exam today.
    Carolina Center for Advanced Dentistry
    1515 9th Ave. Conway SC 29526
    Emily Hardee 843.248.3843 mrs_hardee@hotmail.com
  • | Reminders, Electrical, Wiring, Fire Safety
    - When is the last time you have had your electrical wiring checked?
    More fires start in homes and businesses due to faulty wiring. If you live in an older home, then call us to get your wiring checked and updated...it could save your life.
    Call today.
    Reliable Electric and Heating & Air
    8245 S. Carolina 707 Myrtle Beach SC 29588
    Tammy Appleton 843.215.7725 Tammy@ReliableSC.com
  • | Promotional, Buying a Home, Selling a Home, Real Estate South Carolina
    - Now is a great time to buy a home. I can help you find your dream home. Click on my website link to view all of my listings. You are sure to find the home of your dreams. And there are many, many other homes that I can show you. Call me today.

    Looking to sell? I'm the agent for the job! I was Named #1 Residential RE/MAX Agent in South Carolina - 2014! I get the job done. Call me today.
     
           
    Paige Bird 843.450.4773 Paige@PaigeBird.com
  • | Promotional, Buying a Home, Selling a Home, Real Estate South Carolina
    - Now is a great time to buy a home. I can help you find your dream home. Click on my website link to view all of my listings. You are sure to find the home of your dreams. And there are many, many other homes that I can show you. Call me today.

    Looking to sell? I'm the agent for the job! I was Named #1 Residential RE/MAX Agent in South Carolina - 2014! I get the job done. Call me today.
     
           
    Paige Bird 843.450.4773 Paige@PaigeBird.com
  • | Evening | Arts and Entertainment, amusement park rides, Myrtle Beach
    - XXL RIDE

    X-citing, X-hilarating, and L-oaded with thrills, this is the Speed XXL. Riders are spun around at speeds of over 50 mph and at heights of 130ft all the while the seats are rotating which give this ride everything any true thrill seeker would want.

    XTREME RIDE

    Seated on the end of a giant claw, riders face each other with looks of fear and excitement while the ride swings them pendulum style through the air and spins their seats around in a circle.

    PIRATE SHIP RIDE

    Better known as the pirate ship, the Pirate is one of the most successful and popular amusement rides of all time. The gentle swinging movements of the impressive giant literally lift passengers out of their seats

    1171 CELEBRITY CIRCLE, MYRTLE BEACH, SC 29577 Myrtel Beach SC 29577
  • | Government, Politics, Town of Surfside Beach, Surfside Beach events, Newsletter
    - Get Meeting and Event Notices and Keep up to date on all the latest information by signing up for the Town of Surfside Beach Newsletter! Click on the website link or call or stop by our Town Hall Complex weekdays.
    Town of Surfside Beach - Town Hall Complex
    115 US Highway 17 North Surfside Beach SC 29575
    843.913.6111 town@surfsidebeach.org
  • | Government, Politics, Town of Surfside Beach, Surfside Beach events, Newsletter
    - Get Meeting and Event Notices and Keep up to date on all the latest information by signing up for the Town of Surfside Beach Newsletter! Click on the website link or call or stop by our Town Hall Complex weekdays.
    Town of Surfside Beach - Town Hall Complex
    115 US Highway 17 North Surfside Beach SC 29575
    843.913.6111 town@surfsidebeach.org
  • - We Can!® and National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

    September is not only back-to-school time, it also is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. The We Can! science-based education program gives parents, caregivers, and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Transcript between Joe Balintfy, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, and Karen Donato, coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

    Joe Balintfy: Obesity is a devastating public-health crisis for the United States. And then there are the hard-to-believe statistics of the epidemic on children.

    Karen Donato: Over the past 30 years, prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled among children ages 2-5; it’s tripled among youth ages 6-11, and has more than tripled among adolescents and teens ages 12-19.

    Joe Balintfy: That’s Karen Donato. She's Coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She adds that current data show that 17 percent of children ages 2-19 years are obese.

    Karen Donato: We also know that these children who are overweight or obese are at high risk of become obese as adults; and as obesity increases in adults, adults are at increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancers and other really serious chronic conditions.

    Joe Balintfy: She says awareness about childhood obesity is critical.

    Karen Donato: We feel that awareness is really the first step in solving this problem of childhood obesity. The launch of the First Lady’s Let's Move campaign actually has garnered more attention to the issue. September is marking National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and we really have an opportunity to reinforce the message that childhood obesity is a serious national problem.

    Joe Balintfy: Donato explains that parents and caregivers are the primary influencers for children ages 8-13, and can help children lead healthier lives, especially now during back to school time.

    Karen Donato: We'd like to provide parents with some ideas to think about ways to promote healthy choices not only for their children but for the whole family. And when you’re planning lunches not only for your children but for yourself — perhaps going off to work — there are some simple ideas that you could put healthy twists on things. One popular one is this inside-out sandwich where you actually use lettuce instead of bread. And you use the lettuce to wrap the turkey and the cheese and you make your sandwich out of that.

    Joe Balintfy: For more tips, Donato points to the education program called We Can!

    Karen Donato: We Can! stands for Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition, and it is science-based education program from the National Institutes of Health. And it has been really designed to give parents, caregivers, and even entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Joe Balintfy: She explains that We Can! has three key objectives: improving food choices, increasing physical activity, and reducing screen time.

    Karen Donato: It is also really important though, in addition to eating even right, that parents really begin to plan and schedule time for the whole family to become physically active. It’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes of physical activity each and every day. And it’s also kind of difficult with parents with busy schedules to make sure that happens. And another way of increasing physical activity is again, making sure you’re limiting the time spent in front of the TV or the computer or the video games because we know that kind of sedentary time is also associated with an increase in weight.

    Joe Balintfy Donato reports that We Can! has grown into a national movement with more than 1,300 community sites in all 50 states. For specific strategies and tips, as well as resources for communities, visit the website wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov or call toll free 1-866-35-WE-CAN. Again visit wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov, or call 1-866-35-WE-CAN.

     
           

Friday, September 4th, 2015

  • | 5:00pm - 9:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Classic Car Show, Cruise-In, Old Fashioned Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Milkshakes
    - The Carolina Dream Cruisers host a Classic Car Show Cruise-In every Friday night at Burky's Grill. Enjoy old fashioned, classic burgers, dogs and shakes while you check out classic cruisers. It is a step back in time and fun for all ages.
    Burky's Grill
    4001 N. Kings Hwy. Myrtle Beach SC 29577
    Christopher Roach 919.257.1244
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    Make plans to attend Labor Day Saturday Sept 5th La Belle Amie Vineyard 399-9463


     
           
  • | All Day | Shopping
    - It's the end of summer but not the end of the good deals. Don't miss out on the Labor Day Sales Event at Palmetto ACE Home Center.
    Palmetto ACE Home Center
    8317 S. Ocean Highway Pawleys Island SC 29585
    Deana Moore 843.235.3555 dmoore@palmettoace.com
  • - We Can!® and National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

    September is not only back-to-school time, it also is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. The We Can! science-based education program gives parents, caregivers, and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Transcript between Joe Balintfy, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, and Karen Donato, coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

    Joe Balintfy: Obesity is a devastating public-health crisis for the United States. And then there are the hard-to-believe statistics of the epidemic on children.

    Karen Donato: Over the past 30 years, prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled among children ages 2-5; it’s tripled among youth ages 6-11, and has more than tripled among adolescents and teens ages 12-19.

    Joe Balintfy: That’s Karen Donato. She's Coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She adds that current data show that 17 percent of children ages 2-19 years are obese.

    Karen Donato: We also know that these children who are overweight or obese are at high risk of become obese as adults; and as obesity increases in adults, adults are at increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancers and other really serious chronic conditions.

    Joe Balintfy: She says awareness about childhood obesity is critical.

    Karen Donato: We feel that awareness is really the first step in solving this problem of childhood obesity. The launch of the First Lady’s Let's Move campaign actually has garnered more attention to the issue. September is marking National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and we really have an opportunity to reinforce the message that childhood obesity is a serious national problem.

    Joe Balintfy: Donato explains that parents and caregivers are the primary influencers for children ages 8-13, and can help children lead healthier lives, especially now during back to school time.

    Karen Donato: We'd like to provide parents with some ideas to think about ways to promote healthy choices not only for their children but for the whole family. And when you’re planning lunches not only for your children but for yourself — perhaps going off to work — there are some simple ideas that you could put healthy twists on things. One popular one is this inside-out sandwich where you actually use lettuce instead of bread. And you use the lettuce to wrap the turkey and the cheese and you make your sandwich out of that.

    Joe Balintfy: For more tips, Donato points to the education program called We Can!

    Karen Donato: We Can! stands for Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition, and it is science-based education program from the National Institutes of Health. And it has been really designed to give parents, caregivers, and even entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Joe Balintfy: She explains that We Can! has three key objectives: improving food choices, increasing physical activity, and reducing screen time.

    Karen Donato: It is also really important though, in addition to eating even right, that parents really begin to plan and schedule time for the whole family to become physically active. It’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes of physical activity each and every day. And it’s also kind of difficult with parents with busy schedules to make sure that happens. And another way of increasing physical activity is again, making sure you’re limiting the time spent in front of the TV or the computer or the video games because we know that kind of sedentary time is also associated with an increase in weight.

    Joe Balintfy Donato reports that We Can! has grown into a national movement with more than 1,300 community sites in all 50 states. For specific strategies and tips, as well as resources for communities, visit the website wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov or call toll free 1-866-35-WE-CAN. Again visit wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov, or call 1-866-35-WE-CAN.

     
           

Saturday, September 5th, 2015

  • | 7:00am - 3:00pm | Daily Specials, Deli, Bagels, Bakery, Surfside, Surfside Beach, Coffee, Cafe
    - Every Saturday Lisa has a special food item that you just have to try! From breakfast, to lunch, to bakery items there's always something fun to taste! Come in today or call us for more information.
    Benjamin's Bakery & Cafe
    810 3rd Ave S Surfside Beach SC 29575
    Lisa 843.477.1102
  • | All Day | Shopping
    - It's the end of summer but not the end of the good deals. Don't miss out on the Labor Day Sales Event at Palmetto ACE Home Center.
    Palmetto ACE Home Center
    8317 S. Ocean Highway Pawleys Island SC 29585
    Deana Moore 843.235.3555 dmoore@palmettoace.com
  • - We Can!® and National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

    September is not only back-to-school time, it also is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. The We Can! science-based education program gives parents, caregivers, and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Transcript between Joe Balintfy, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, and Karen Donato, coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

    Joe Balintfy: Obesity is a devastating public-health crisis for the United States. And then there are the hard-to-believe statistics of the epidemic on children.

    Karen Donato: Over the past 30 years, prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled among children ages 2-5; it’s tripled among youth ages 6-11, and has more than tripled among adolescents and teens ages 12-19.

    Joe Balintfy: That’s Karen Donato. She's Coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She adds that current data show that 17 percent of children ages 2-19 years are obese.

    Karen Donato: We also know that these children who are overweight or obese are at high risk of become obese as adults; and as obesity increases in adults, adults are at increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancers and other really serious chronic conditions.

    Joe Balintfy: She says awareness about childhood obesity is critical.

    Karen Donato: We feel that awareness is really the first step in solving this problem of childhood obesity. The launch of the First Lady’s Let's Move campaign actually has garnered more attention to the issue. September is marking National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and we really have an opportunity to reinforce the message that childhood obesity is a serious national problem.

    Joe Balintfy: Donato explains that parents and caregivers are the primary influencers for children ages 8-13, and can help children lead healthier lives, especially now during back to school time.

    Karen Donato: We'd like to provide parents with some ideas to think about ways to promote healthy choices not only for their children but for the whole family. And when you’re planning lunches not only for your children but for yourself — perhaps going off to work — there are some simple ideas that you could put healthy twists on things. One popular one is this inside-out sandwich where you actually use lettuce instead of bread. And you use the lettuce to wrap the turkey and the cheese and you make your sandwich out of that.

    Joe Balintfy: For more tips, Donato points to the education program called We Can!

    Karen Donato: We Can! stands for Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition, and it is science-based education program from the National Institutes of Health. And it has been really designed to give parents, caregivers, and even entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Joe Balintfy: She explains that We Can! has three key objectives: improving food choices, increasing physical activity, and reducing screen time.

    Karen Donato: It is also really important though, in addition to eating even right, that parents really begin to plan and schedule time for the whole family to become physically active. It’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes of physical activity each and every day. And it’s also kind of difficult with parents with busy schedules to make sure that happens. And another way of increasing physical activity is again, making sure you’re limiting the time spent in front of the TV or the computer or the video games because we know that kind of sedentary time is also associated with an increase in weight.

    Joe Balintfy Donato reports that We Can! has grown into a national movement with more than 1,300 community sites in all 50 states. For specific strategies and tips, as well as resources for communities, visit the website wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov or call toll free 1-866-35-WE-CAN. Again visit wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov, or call 1-866-35-WE-CAN.

     
           

Sunday, September 6th, 2015

  • | All Day | Shopping
    - It's the end of summer but not the end of the good deals. Don't miss out on the Labor Day Sales Event at Palmetto ACE Home Center.
    Palmetto ACE Home Center
    8317 S. Ocean Highway Pawleys Island SC 29585
    Deana Moore 843.235.3555 dmoore@palmettoace.com
  • - We Can!® and National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

    September is not only back-to-school time, it also is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. The We Can! science-based education program gives parents, caregivers, and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Transcript between Joe Balintfy, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, and Karen Donato, coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

    Joe Balintfy: Obesity is a devastating public-health crisis for the United States. And then there are the hard-to-believe statistics of the epidemic on children.

    Karen Donato: Over the past 30 years, prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled among children ages 2-5; it’s tripled among youth ages 6-11, and has more than tripled among adolescents and teens ages 12-19.

    Joe Balintfy: That’s Karen Donato. She's Coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She adds that current data show that 17 percent of children ages 2-19 years are obese.

    Karen Donato: We also know that these children who are overweight or obese are at high risk of become obese as adults; and as obesity increases in adults, adults are at increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancers and other really serious chronic conditions.

    Joe Balintfy: She says awareness about childhood obesity is critical.

    Karen Donato: We feel that awareness is really the first step in solving this problem of childhood obesity. The launch of the First Lady’s Let's Move campaign actually has garnered more attention to the issue. September is marking National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and we really have an opportunity to reinforce the message that childhood obesity is a serious national problem.

    Joe Balintfy: Donato explains that parents and caregivers are the primary influencers for children ages 8-13, and can help children lead healthier lives, especially now during back to school time.

    Karen Donato: We'd like to provide parents with some ideas to think about ways to promote healthy choices not only for their children but for the whole family. And when you’re planning lunches not only for your children but for yourself — perhaps going off to work — there are some simple ideas that you could put healthy twists on things. One popular one is this inside-out sandwich where you actually use lettuce instead of bread. And you use the lettuce to wrap the turkey and the cheese and you make your sandwich out of that.

    Joe Balintfy: For more tips, Donato points to the education program called We Can!

    Karen Donato: We Can! stands for Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition, and it is science-based education program from the National Institutes of Health. And it has been really designed to give parents, caregivers, and even entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Joe Balintfy: She explains that We Can! has three key objectives: improving food choices, increasing physical activity, and reducing screen time.

    Karen Donato: It is also really important though, in addition to eating even right, that parents really begin to plan and schedule time for the whole family to become physically active. It’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes of physical activity each and every day. And it’s also kind of difficult with parents with busy schedules to make sure that happens. And another way of increasing physical activity is again, making sure you’re limiting the time spent in front of the TV or the computer or the video games because we know that kind of sedentary time is also associated with an increase in weight.

    Joe Balintfy Donato reports that We Can! has grown into a national movement with more than 1,300 community sites in all 50 states. For specific strategies and tips, as well as resources for communities, visit the website wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov or call toll free 1-866-35-WE-CAN. Again visit wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov, or call 1-866-35-WE-CAN.

     
           

Monday, September 7th, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
  • - 10am- 5pm every Monday. Call for details 843-399-9463.
    La Belle Amie Vineyard
    1120 Saint Joseph Road Little River SC 29566
    Chuck Weigle 843.399.9463 info@LaBelleAmie.com
  • | 6:00pm - 7:30pm | Meeting, Alzheimers Support Groups, Dementia, Assisted LIving
    - The Alzheimer's Association's Caregiver Support Groups are designed to provide emotional, educational and social support for caregivers through regularly scheduled meetings. They help participants develop methods and skills to solve problems. The groups encourage caregivers to maintain their own personal, physical and emotional health as well as optimal care for the person with dementia.
    Morningside of Georgetown
    2628 N. Fraser St. Georgetown SC 29440
    Shannon Dennison 843.957.1061
  • | All Day | Daily Specials, Frozen Yogurt, Murrells Inlet, Coupons
    - Receive a FREE Waffle Bowl with any Frozen Yogurt Purchase Every Monday.
    Froyoz Premium Frozen Yogurt
    2607 Hwy. 17 south Garden City SC 29576
    John Cetera 843.651.2665 jcet1@aol.com
  • | All Day | Shopping
    - It's the end of summer but not the end of the good deals. Don't miss out on the Labor Day Sales Event at Palmetto ACE Home Center.
    Palmetto ACE Home Center
    8317 S. Ocean Highway Pawleys Island SC 29585
    Deana Moore 843.235.3555 dmoore@palmettoace.com
  • | Personal Events, Fitness, Zumba, Myrtle Beach, Get Fit
    - Don't let another day go by...commit to get fit with Wicked Fitness.
    Link to our website to see current schedule. Affordable and fun fitness.
    Feel better every day! Call today.
    Wicked Fitness
    10764 Hwy. 707 Myrtle Beach SC 29588
    Tammy Appleton 877.751.2992 wickedfitness@yahoo.com
  • - We Can!® and National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

    September is not only back-to-school time, it also is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. The We Can! science-based education program gives parents, caregivers, and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Transcript between Joe Balintfy, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, and Karen Donato, coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

    Joe Balintfy: Obesity is a devastating public-health crisis for the United States. And then there are the hard-to-believe statistics of the epidemic on children.

    Karen Donato: Over the past 30 years, prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled among children ages 2-5; it’s tripled among youth ages 6-11, and has more than tripled among adolescents and teens ages 12-19.

    Joe Balintfy: That’s Karen Donato. She's Coordinator of Overweight and Obesity Research Applications in the Division for the Application of Research Discoveries at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. She adds that current data show that 17 percent of children ages 2-19 years are obese.

    Karen Donato: We also know that these children who are overweight or obese are at high risk of become obese as adults; and as obesity increases in adults, adults are at increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, certain types of cancers and other really serious chronic conditions.

    Joe Balintfy: She says awareness about childhood obesity is critical.

    Karen Donato: We feel that awareness is really the first step in solving this problem of childhood obesity. The launch of the First Lady’s Let's Move campaign actually has garnered more attention to the issue. September is marking National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and we really have an opportunity to reinforce the message that childhood obesity is a serious national problem.

    Joe Balintfy: Donato explains that parents and caregivers are the primary influencers for children ages 8-13, and can help children lead healthier lives, especially now during back to school time.

    Karen Donato: We'd like to provide parents with some ideas to think about ways to promote healthy choices not only for their children but for the whole family. And when you’re planning lunches not only for your children but for yourself — perhaps going off to work — there are some simple ideas that you could put healthy twists on things. One popular one is this inside-out sandwich where you actually use lettuce instead of bread. And you use the lettuce to wrap the turkey and the cheese and you make your sandwich out of that.

    Joe Balintfy: For more tips, Donato points to the education program called We Can!

    Karen Donato: We Can! stands for Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition, and it is science-based education program from the National Institutes of Health. And it has been really designed to give parents, caregivers, and even entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight.

    Joe Balintfy: She explains that We Can! has three key objectives: improving food choices, increasing physical activity, and reducing screen time.

    Karen Donato: It is also really important though, in addition to eating even right, that parents really begin to plan and schedule time for the whole family to become physically active. It’s recommended that children get at least 60 minutes of physical activity each and every day. And it’s also kind of difficult with parents with busy schedules to make sure that happens. And another way of increasing physical activity is again, making sure you’re limiting the time spent in front of the TV or the computer or the video games because we know that kind of sedentary time is also associated with an increase in weight.

    Joe Balintfy Donato reports that We Can! has grown into a national movement with more than 1,300 community sites in all 50 states. For specific strategies and tips, as well as resources for communities, visit the website wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov or call toll free 1-866-35-WE-CAN. Again visit wecan.nhlbi.nih.gov, or call 1-866-35-WE-CAN.

     
           
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Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

  • | 6:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Radio, Wally B, The Tide, Myrtle Beach, Wake Up
    - Listen to 94.5 The Tide on the radio or online and wake up with Wally B every weekday morning from 6am to Noon!
     
           
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  • | All Day | Daily Specials, Frozen Yogurt, Murrells Inlet, Coupons
    - Receive a Double Punch on your Fanatic Card with any Frozen Yogurt Purchase Every Tuesday. Mention ad to redeem!
    Froyoz Premium Frozen Yogurt
    2607 Hwy. 17 south Garden City SC 29576
    John Cetera 843.651.2665 jcet1@aol.com
  • | Special Interest, Europe, Travel, Cruise, Viking River Cruise, Paris
    - Experience a seven night cruise on the Rhine River from Basel to Trier aboard the Viking Modi and end with two nights in Paris. The included excursions allow you to experience the history and culture of these amazing cities and port towns. Cruise sails April 4-11, 2016 and Paris immediately follows. Prices begin at $2780.50 based on double occupancy. Limited availability, call today. Ask about e-check discounts and save even more.
    All About Travel
    308 Main St North Myrtle Beach SC 29582
    Liz Campbell 843.281.0480 cruisegal_aat@yahoo.com

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