Sandlapper Parrothead Club now has a sign on Gold Hill Road! WooHoo!
Thanks to everyone who came out and picked up trash on March 6th. We
picked up 77 bags of trash! Flamingo’s treated us to drink and food specials following the pick up and even played Buffett CD’s while we were there!
Our next Adopt-A-Highway is September 4th.
(l to r) Cheryl Howell, Deb & Jim Sawicki
Chef Nickie George cooks for the masses at the Come See Me
Tailgate Party in April
did a great at the grill as well as making sure that all of our “stuff” was
there for the party! Those k-bobs rocked! Thanks to Nickie, Cheryl and ever-
yone else who helped out with the party. Can’t wait to do it all again next year!
to Chill” Tour comes to the Carolinas
by Mary Fisher
have to say I loved this show! I like that he has gotten somewhat back to
basics! I can’t wait for the release of the CD due out this summer!
Sandlappers raised 535.00 for Paramedics for Children in a Pre-concert parking
lot party. Thanks to Jim and Deborah for providing the Tiki Hut and to Erik and
Rodger for entertaining the crowd! Great job Everyone!
Annual Anniversary Party!
Rum Punch Bandits rocked
the club house at Beacon Knoll! They were great! We raised some money for
Hospice of York county and had a great time doing it! Mark secured the location
and did a lot of the leg work for this party. Thank you so much to everyone who
contributed food or items for silent auction and raffles! And a special thanks
to Jim and Buddy for roasting the Oysters! Happy Anniversary Sandlapper
Hope Music Festival aka Stone Stock
in Chester! If you missed the party this year, you won’t want to miss it
again! About 17
Sandlappers attended the event! We were treated to music by the Oneppo
Brothers, Four on the Floor and others! By the time the lead singer of Four on
The Floor finished his set, he was wearing nothing but a Cowboy hat. It was
something to see! Following are a few other interesting moments at The Music
Festival. We learned that driving through a crowd like that, after dark, in a
golf cart with a flashing blue light is not a good idea! After 24 hours with no
sleep, Billy has to have a nap! Rosie wrecked me on Dewayne’s mini bike and
DeWayne checked on it and dusted it off before he checked on us! Luckily some of
the nice members of the Hunt Club were there to check on us. By the way, Doug,
thanks for picking me up out of the dirt! Na Na never loses her composure! Rosie
didn’t learn to drive a mini bike but, she did leave me out in the rain and
forget to come back and get me. We learned that you can’t patch jeans with
duct tape! We learned that men named Earl don’t really like the song “Earl
had to Die”! And that Brian can cook!
members have offered to have socials at their houses this summer. Stay tuned for
deadline to register for Parrotstock has passed. If you register tonight
however, we will honor the 40.00 registration fee and guarantee a T-Shirt,
Goody Bag and name badge. We now have 33 Sandlappers registered! Don’t
miss out on the fun with your fellow club members and Parrotheads nation-wide.
raised 288.00 at our yard sale this year. Thanks to everyone who came out and
donations, pricing, loading or selling! Way to go!
competition is being held among clubs involved in Parrotstock 2k4. The goal is
to have a club gather the most 50.00 sponsors. The club that wins will receive a huge trophy and all sponsors will be listed in a brochure to be placed in goody bags at Parrotstock. Come on Sandlappers, let’s win this competition. Details on the PS website.
Cheryl Howell and Mary Fisher during
Parrotstock 2003 in Charleston.
(Na Na) James: May 3rd
Gene Hoelscher: May 9th
Thomas Medlin: May 12th
Eric (Jail Bait) James: May 16th
Billy James: May 24th
Meeting: June 8th at Stacey’s aka Curley’s in Rock Hill, 7:00
PM, Entertainment TBA
June 10-13 Myrtle Beach SC. Ocean Dunes Resort
our website at
for all club
information or stay tuned to the group list.
Mark Gilmore: Vice-President
Rosie Allen: Secretary
Cheryl Howell: Treasurer
Ron Wike: Membership Chairman
Charlie Mandeville: Immediate Past President
Bob Robinson: Founder