Community garden to provide fresh produce to Grand Strand residents

Soon people in Myrtle Beach will have a place to pick up fresh fruits and vegetables. The City of Myrtle Beach plans to use $20,000 from its general fund to help produce a community garden.

For nearly three years, Krystal Dotson, Executive Director of the HANDS organization, has taken steps to bring new life to the Booker T. Washington community.

"This project is an opportunity to re-invest into the neighborhood and celebrate its history" said Dotson.

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