June 5, 2015
Conway office moving to more spacious quarters
Wallace Evans tours the new facilities while Bobby Goldsmith of Myrtle Beach Fire and Safety inspects the building./Jason Lee, Myrtle Beach Sun News
You may have already read this good news in the Myrtle Beach paper, but in case you didn't, here's an excerpt:
A Father's Place finally got a new place.
After 15 years at its tiny Conway headquarters, the nonprofit is preparing to move into a larger facility across U.S. 378 on Racepath Avenue.
The City of Conway has agreed to lease a former police substation to the organization for 25 years at the rate of $1 per year, said City Administrator Bill Graham.
City officials ironed out the agreement earlier this month and A Father's Place staff members plan to begin moving in the coming weeks.
"The building is in pretty good shape," said Wallace Evans Jr., the organization's executive director. "Clean some cobwebs out here and there, change some filters, but I mean the building is ready to use."
The two-story station is about 4,400 square feet, more than four times larger than the nonprofit's current location....
Congratulations to Wallace and the team for moving up to a place where they can help even more fathers and families!