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Exciting News in the Long Term Rental Department

by Penny Rose
Posted: August 07, 2013 at 2:57 PM by Wendy Martin

Jamie Norris, Leasing Agent, is having a baby.  Jamie is a native to Myrtle Beach and has been working for Chicora for one year.  A sweet little baby will be visiting us in March.  This is Jamie’s first baby and we are so happy for her. Department team leaders have been chosen for both the leasing and maintenance departments.  Mandi Selba is the team leader of Maintenance and Liz Francis team leader for Leasing.  These ladies will oversee the details of the departments as w read more

Are you a Runner?

by Penny Rose
Posted: June 20, 2013 at 11:25 AM by Wendy Martin

I love to run but this wasn’t always the case.  In-fact I hated running.  My legs would ache, my feet hurt and my lungs felt like they were about to explode.  I wondered why anyone would electively put themselves through such torture.  As a participant of a group properly entitled “Training Squad,” I realized I would be forced to endure this exercise on a regular basis. I started out with a sidewalk to sidewalk approach.  If I can run to the end of this sidewalk, I will read more

The Month of Love

by Penny Rose
Posted: February 06, 2013 at 9:26 AM by Wendy Martin

With February being the month of love I think of my own greatest love – the beach.  Originally from the mountains of North Carolina the beach has always been a cherished place for me.  I fell in-love with Myrtle Beach when I was just a little girl. The first time I looked at the big blue ocean, heard the sound of the waves and felt the sand between my toes, I knew I wanted to live here one day.   In 2007 that dream became a reality.  After purchasing a condo across the street from m read more

Times They Have Changed

by Mike Sells
Posted: August 07, 2012 at 3:44 PM by Deborah Hensel

As a lifelong resident of Myrtle Beach, SC I have seen a lot of changes to the area through the years. Actually I was born here in the old Ocean View Memorial Hospital, now a large vacant lot, making me an “original” to the area. The population has continued to grow; at one time you could tell the seasons just by the number of people out and about and traffic on the road. Fall into winter was extremely slow and much different than spring into summer but not anymore. There are year round activities brin read more

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