member Bob Cunningham's grandson, Connor's birthday. Connor is fighting a battle against cancer at this young age. 100's of motorcycles, vehicles, Police cars and Fire Engines came together to drive by and say Happy Birthday Connor! The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office escorted us along with surrounding departments...
Retired NYPD Officer Jeanie Kelly will be hosting a seminar with the assistance of MaryEllen Stadelmann
and her group "Backing the Blue"
at Marriott Courtyard
Myrtle Beach Barefoot Landing
1000 Commons Boulevard
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
October 28th and 29th
The limits on who can sign up have loosened dramatically to 4 hours of exposure, areas widened and time frame to July 2002. It also includes civilians that resided in that area or were present during that time frame. She also has information for spouses that may have been exposed second hand. The number of cancer cases is increasing dramatically and it's important that everyone that may have been affected sign up before the window
closes in 2022
Please email us at email@example.com
if you plan on attending.
Robert Dube, Jim Gormley and Dennis Liu jumped on board with Billy Cobb to shave their heads for donations to the St. Baldrick's Foundation to fight childhood cancer.
A young girl, the daughter of our attorney Melanie Emery who is battling cancer,,,,,
If Jim could top Billy Cobb's donations...he runs the event...He pledged to shave his beard also!!! His chin(s) haven't see sunlight in 20 years! Apparently Fierce Fallon's favorite color is blue so his team has dyed his head and beard blue for the event on
SATURDAY AUGUST 24th! Please help if you can!
BILLY COBB WON!!
Thank you to all the Coastal Carolina Shields members that contributed to this cause and showed up!
Blue Knights SC V was there also and so was the
Beach House HOG Chapter out of Shallotte.
Jim shaved his beard anyway because of the large amount of contributors!
OVER $15,000 RAISED!!!
The North Myrtle Beach Department of Public Safety and Tidewater Golf Club collaborated on a wonderful golf tournament that benefited the children of The Department of Public Safety. All proceeds from the event went towards the North Myrtle Beach Public Safety Scholarship Fund.
The Scholarship Fund was established by the family of Johnny L. Causey, Sr. to honor his memory. Mr. Causey served as a Police Officer, Police Chief and the first Director of Public Safety for the City of North Myrtle Beach and his career spanned 41 years of service to the City and the people he dearly loved. The Scholarship Fund is available to the children of all current and retired Public Safety employees. It is a $500 Scholarship that is awarded each semester to all students who maintain a B or better average through their college undergraduate career.
The Coastal Carolina SHields sponsored a hole for this event. In addition many of our members played in the tournament.
Files coming soon.
Once a month members of the Coastal Carolina Shields gather to participate in our bowling pin match. Here are some that got together for some fierce competition.