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All owners are invited to virtually attend the Barefoot Resort Residential Association Board Meeting on Monday, June 13, 2022 at 4 pm. The meeting will take place virtually via Zoom.  Details to attend will be sent out via eblast soon.

Listen firsthand from the BRRA Board about issues facing Barefoot communities.
Stay up-to-date with official BRRA Board business by reviewing the monthly Barefoot Resort Residential Owners Association Board Meeting Minutes.

Click here to open the April 2022 BRRA Board Meeting Minutes, which were approved at the May BRRA Board meeting.

Approved minutes are posted every month on this website after approval at each following BRRA Board meeting. BRRA Board meetings are held (with some exceptions) on the second Monday of each month.
~ Alice McLaughlin, Committee Chair
Transition is the buzz word for this past year. The Residents’ Club Committee saw our very capable Chairperson, Maria Candemil, move out of the area and we are very grateful for her excellent leadership and wish her all good things going forward. We struggled along through Chelsea’s absence and were thrilled to have her back and congratulate her and her husband, Sean, on their new son, Harrison. In Chelsea’s absence, Kelly and Brandy continued to staff the Residents’ Club and schedule activities.
A new elliptical machine and new treadmill were purchased for the Fitness Room with the addition of a new rowing machine. The painting of the big room in the Residents’ Club was completed and we’re now looking at painting the entryway, hallway and additional rooms. The glass tops on the card tables were stabilized and beveled and we are planning to recover the remaining chairs. The hot water heater was replaced.
Local, Regional and State Bullet Points by Neal Witkin


  • Did you know? North Myrtle Beach was formed from 4 communities in 1967.

  • Ocean Drive was the first community to be incorporated as a municipality in 1948. Luther W. Fenegan was the first town’s mayor.

  • Cherry Grove Beach became a town in 1959. C.D. Nixon was elected as mayor.

  • Windy Hill Beach was incorporated in 1964 and John T. Harrell served as the town’s first mayor.

  • Atlantic Beach was incorporated in 1966. Emory Gore was its first mayor.

  • North Myrtle Beach Created. In 1967 a steering committee directed by Elbert Jordan achieved pledges from the four municipalities (excluding Atlantic Beach which asked to be omitted) to support a merger. The new city, named North Myrtle Beach was headed by Robert L. Edge, mayor. Eli T. Goodman and J. Bryan Floyd were councilmen at large. Mance Watkins was a council rep for Cherry Grove, Jennings Livingston was a council rep for Ocean Drive and M.A. Thompson represented Windy Hill.

It’s Time to Register for *The Annual Barefoot Golf Cart Parade* Saturday, July 2nd, 2022

Deadline to Register, Monday, June 27th, 2022

Grand Marshal will be Ed Piotrowski, Chief Meteorologist for News15-WPDE

ALL BRRA Residents are welcome to participate!

BOTH the single-family communities and multi-family communities under the BRRA may take part.
The parade route will travel within both the single-family and multi-family communities.

*We encourage all veterans and active military to participate*

This year’s theme will be....ta-da!

The Bloodmobile will be parked in the right parking lot as you enter the golf club

Please schedule your appointment online @ WWW.REDCROSSBLOOD.ORG

Sponsor code: Barefoot

RAPID PASS is a great way to help save lives in less time!


If you have questions about your eligibility to donate, please refer to the information on

On-line registration is now open! Make Your Appointment Today!  Appointments can be made at with sponsor code "Barefoot".

Masks on the Blood Mobile are no longer required.

Pelicans Baseball Beach Party is Right Around the Corner

The Pelican Beach Party on June 18th is right around the corner, don’t be left out.  Tickets are $25 and includes an all you can eat buffet and a seat to the ball park beach area where you can enjoy watching the game with your Barefoot friends.  June 18th is also Hawaiian Shirt giveaway (for the first 2000 fans) and fan favorite promotion of Sippin’ Saturday.  This features $2 Bud and Bud Light 16oz cans, $3 glasses of Dublin Winery wine and $25 mega mug mixed drinks.

Thursday, June 9th at 12:30 pm

Landshark Bar and Grill

Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach, SC

Cost $22 (Small Bills Please)

You will pick your luncheon choice at the restaurant

  1. Cheeseburger in Paradise - Served with French fries

  2. Grilled Chicken Sandwich - Served with French fries

  3. Chicken Caesar Salad

  4. Hand-Battered Chicken Tenders - Served with French fries

  5. Dessert - Scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream Topped with Chocolate or Caramel Sauce

~ By: Richard Caines

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH — An industrial park could soon be built near North Myrtle Beach off Water Tower Road, a two-lane highway currently undergoing a construction boom of both commercial and residential spaces.

The proposed development, Palmetto Coast Industrial Park, is slated to sit on 69 acres near the S.C. 31 interchange and will consist of three warehouse buildings totaling 514,500 square feet of space.

Potential tenants for the spaces are not currently known, however Myrtle Beach-based developer Development Resource Group said at a March 22 Planning Commission workshop they hope to attract major distributors such as beer or soda companies. The project received a unanimous blessing from the commissioners later that afternoon.