What's Happening

August 15, 2019

Mayor Todd Harrelson visited with parents and students at Loris Elementary, Loris Middle and Loris High School’s Open House Monday afternoon.
Mayor Harrelson wishes all students, parents, administrators, teachers and support staff members in the Loris community a safe and successful school year.

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August 14, 2019 

Mayor Harrelson, Interim Administrator Drozdak and Clerk Wright along with several other Municipal Officials attend a Regional Advocacy Meeting in Myrtle Beach to get updates on current legislative issues and become involved in the Association's advocacy efforts.

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August 12, 2019

Cluck Norris kicked off #boggineveryday with a visit to the Loris IGA to eat some chicken bog and meet with some amazing Loris citizens! Thanks to everyone who came out! Make sure you are #boggineveryday and come out to the other businesses in Loris that sell #chickenbog. The following is the schedule:
Monday - Loris IGA
Tuesday - Tammy’s Backyard BBQ
Wednesday - Backstreet Cafe
Thursday- Shorty’s Grill ...
Friday - Tia’s Caribbean Taste
Saturday & Sunday - Ernie’s Hometown Diner.
Come bog with us! @ Loris, South Carolina

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August 10, 2019

Back to School Bash

Our first Back to School Bash was a big success!! 110 children received book bags full of supplies and another 120 children received supplies!!! What a turnout!
We are so thankful for our wonderful employees, sponsors, volunteers and everyone else who helped make this possible.

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August 5, 2019

Coach Kevin Gause: Yesterday, Day 1 of the 2019 Loris Parks and Rec football camp was cut short by storms, but we had a phenomenal turn out. Lots of Loris kids and even a special kid from Fullerton California visited with us! Looking forward to great things from our kids this season!

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August 5, 2019

 Officer Brush received the Life Saving Award at our August Council meeting. This award goes to an employee who takes the action that results in the saving of a life of another person who may have otherwise suffered great bodily harm or death had the officer not taken action.
We are so proud to have officer Brush on our team!
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August 5, 2019 

Detective Eric Stevens, Crew Leader Sean Bennett and HEO Harrison Ravenell were recognized during our Employee Spotlight portion of our August Council meeting. We have so many great team players that work together to make the City go round.


July 29, 2019

Mayor Harrelson visits Giving Hope Gardens. Be sure to stop by and show your support.
Visit them on Facebook at Buck Creek Foundation.

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July 29, 2019

A huge thank you to the Salvation Army for the biggest donation yet!!! We now have so many supplies to provide the kids of Loris going back to school!! Thank you to all who have donated and helped out today!! 
If anyone is interested we still need ear buds and some other items. Contact City Hall if you have any questions.

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July 29, 2019

Our work family unexpectedly lost one of our members last night.
Anthony Melvin “Rabbit” you will be missed beyond what words can express.
Please pray for the family and our work family during this difficult time. ...
Gone but never forgotten.
Rest In Peace Anthony Depriest Melvin “Rabbit”

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July 21, 2019

Mayor Harrelson, Mayor Pro Tempore Gause, and Clerk Wright attended the annual Municipal Association of South Carolina conference in Greenville this past week. The City of Loris along with other surrounding cities have attended this annual conference over the last several years. This conference provides information to elected officials and City employees that is brought back and shared with Council and the City. A few of the many classes taken were Best practices for Strategic Planning:Leaving your City better than you found it, Media and Messaging in a digital world, Connecting Law Enforcement with the communities they serve, Building community trust for Police, Building ADA Compliant websites, Visualizing your data, Opening General Session, Delegates luncheon with motivational speakers, Mayors Roundtable, Closing night introductions, thanks and celebration along with many others.

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