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HTC will continue its sponsorship of high school football this season, but in a change from year’s past, won’t broadcast games live on channel 4.
This year, games can be viewed live on WWMB (channel 16 and 816) on Friday nights. The move allows for coverage of more teams thanks to the remote production capabilities of WWMB and WPDE. Lucky Dog Television will continue in its role of producer.
Games will still be hosted at HTCInc.net for viewing anytime.
There will be entertainment, displays and plenty of fun for everyone in attendance, as well as the traditional two $2 bills for members.
The festivities kick off with registration at 4 p.m., followed by entertainment at 4:15 p.m. This year’s band is Pop 101, a Coastal Carolina University ensemble that will present a salute to The Grand Ole Opry.
The business meeting begins at 6 p.m.
Don’t miss a great time to come out and celebrate another year with your neighbors at HTC.
HTC is pleased to announce that Elor Mayan, a senior at the Academy for Arts, Science, & Technology, is the recipient of a $5,000 college scholarship program from Foundation for Rural Service (FRS), the philanthropic arm of NTCA (The Rural Broadband Association).
Elor has been accepted to attend the University of South Carolina and plans to study nursing. He and his family reside in the Myrtle Beach area.
Scholarship recipients were selected by an independent team of reviewers from the education field. To be eligible, recipients must be sponsored by a NTCA member system, and must indicate a desire to return to their communities once their collegiate studies have been completed.
“We are thrilled to offer this program, with the goal of leveling the playing field for students who often face financial obstacles in their pursuit of higher education,” said Tom Vitt, HTC Director of Marketing. “The FRS scholarship program enables telecommunications providers to show their support of the youth living in the communities they serve. It is a source of tremendous pride for us and for the entire community of HTC.”