Myrtle Beach Estates

3620 Happy Woods Court
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
(877) 931-1417

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Community Life

Myrtle Beach Estates celebrates its residents with special activities, seminars and more throughout the year that bring our community together. Our community honors residents on a regular basis with BBQs, dinner parties, movie nights and in-house entertainment with live music. Daily outings to tourist shops and concerts also keep our residents active. Residents, family members and friends can keep track of all of our daily, weekly and monthly happenings, find out how to get involved in our activities, see photos from past events and get the latest news from our community by checking here.


Date: 09/03/2018
Time:
1:00pm

Location: Myrtle Beach Estates
Contact: satkinson@capitalseniorliving.net

Labor Day Entertainment

Join us on September 3, 2018 at 1:00pm for entertainment. We welcome our special guests Chuck and Sarah Fisher.

Date: 08/07/2018
Location: Myrtle Beach Estates
Contact: satkinson@capitalseniorliving.net

Hearing Solutions Clinic

August 7th Hearing Solutions will be coming to our community for all your hearing needs.
>clean/care for hearing aids
>hearing checks

Date: 08/06/2018
Location: Heritage Place-Myrtle Beach Estates
Contact: satkinson@capitalseniorliving.net

Clown Day

Join us in celebrating Clown Month on August 13th in our Memory Care Community. This event will be held on the porch with dress up, games and snacks.

Posted On: 09/18/2018 - 1:30pm

Hurricane Florence Update

We have completed our assessment of our Myrtle Beach Estates property and will be resuming normal business operations tonight, September 18th. All residents who were relocated to our Greenville Place location will be leaving by medical transport this afternoon and arriving back at Myrtle Beach Estates later tonight.  All residents who stayed locally with family can return to the property tomorrow, September 19th, after 9 a.m. local time.  This will be our final update regarding Hurricane Florence for Myrtle Beach Estates.

Posted On: 09/17/2018 - 3:30pm

Hurricane Florence Update

Due to unexpected travel difficulties experienced by our crews earlier today, we have been delayed in performing a thorough property assessment at our Myrtle Beach Estates community. Therefore, we have decided to postpone the return of our residents until we are able to confirm that all of Myrtle Beach Estates' operating systems are back online and functioning normally. We want to be certain that there was no significant damage to the property and that conditions are safe for residents to return to their homes. 

We now anticipate that residents will be able to start moving back to Myrtle Beach Estates Tuesday afternoon. We will continue to monitor weather and area conditions very carefully and will adjust our plans accordingly should we encounter further unexpected changes. We will continue to update you on our progress and will formally notify you by email through these updates when we have an official announcement on when residents can return to the community.

For Residents and Family Members: We will keep our update channels open and continue to send out emails periodically that will include community progress updates.  To subscribe to these updates, please send an email to updatesmyrtlebeach@capitalsenior.com.  You can also visit our Community News tab on our website for general updates. 

Posted On: 09/16/2018 - 2:45pm

Hurricane Florence Update

Based on preliminary reports, it appears that our property in Myrtle Beach suffered no significant property damage. Now that the mandatory evacuation has been lifted, our crews will further assess the property Monday morning to be certain that there was no damage and that all of the conditions are safe for the residents to return to their homes. Currently, we anticipate that residents will be able to start moving back to the community Monday afternoon. We are continuing to monitor weather conditions and area conditions very carefully and will adjust our plans accordingly should we encounter any unexpected changes. 

Our residents who were relocated to Greenville Place will be returning to Myrtle Beach Estates by medical transport, similar to the method in which they were transported to Greenville Place last week. The safety and well-being of our residents and employees is out first priority. We will be sending out another update tomorrow to give everyone a better idea on timing.

For Residents and Family Members: We will keep our update channels open and continue to send out emails periodically that will include community progress updates.  To subscribe to these updates, please send an email to updatesmyrtlebeach@capitalsenior.com.  You can also visit our Community News tab on our website for general updates. 

Posted On: 09/15/2018 - 1:30pm

Hurricane Florence Update

It appears that Hurricane Florence has moved out of the area.  Now, we are waiting for the Governor's mandatory evacuation that was ordered for all SC coastal counties to be lifted so that our crews can get to our community and assess any possible damage to the property. All residents who were relocated to Greenville Place are doing well and are being closely monitored by our staff which has been supplemented with additional staff from our neighboring communities. So far in Greenville, there has been no disruption of service. We will keep you updated through this channel as the situation warrants regarding our Myrtle Beach Estates community in the next couple of days. 

For Residents and Family Members: We will keep our update channels open and continue to send out emails periodically that will include community progress updates.  To subscribe to these updates, please send an email to updatesmyrtlebeach@capitalsenior.com.  You can also visit our Community News tab on our website for general updates. 

Posted On: 09/10/2018 - 9:45pm

Hurricane Florence Update

Following the Governor's mandatory evacuation order for all SC coastal counties, our residents have been evacuated and everyone is either with family or they were temporarily relocated to Greenville Place, another Capital Senior Living community.  At this time, we cannot speak to when the residents will be able to return until the storm has passed and we are able to have a team assess the damage.  

For Residents and Family Members: After the storm passes, we will be sending out email updates periodically that will include community progress updates.  To subscribe to these updates, please send an email to updatesmyrtlebeach@capitalsenior.com.  You can also check back here for any updates.

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