Mike Bostwick

Dec 082016
 
The following Sea Island Club members received the Paul Harris Fellow Award from President Paul Moore: sir-1   Woody Oakley received his 3rd PHF     sir-2   Gayle Bowen received her 2nd PHF     unnamed   Jack Cunningham received his 2nd PHF

Upcoming Rotary Speaker Schedule

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Sep 132016
 

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5/2:  Jim Wegman, Chair Military Enhancement Committee, Economic Impact of Beaufort’s Military Community

5/9:  John Fleming, Director of Development, Southern Carolina Economic Alliance

5/16: Joe DeVito, Director of Field Operation, BJWSA Response to Hurricane Matthew

5/23: David Lauderdale, Opinion Columnist, Island Packet

5/30:   No Meeting

 

Aug 022016
 
SI Rotary shrimp 2016

SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 2016

Around 3 pm – Waterfront Park, Beaufort, SC

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www.RotaryShrimpRace.com

5,000 shrimp dropped in the water, the first 10 shrimp to cross the finish line share $5,000 in cash prizes. The first 100 have a chance to win a Car or Boat worth $39,000.

Proceeds benefit Rotary Smile Mobile Dental Clinic

Shrimp Race held in conjunction with the Downtown Beaufort Shrimp Festival.

Sea Island Rotary Club August 23, 2016 Meeting

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Aug 012016
 

The speaker at the Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016 Sea Island Rotary Club meeting will be Karin Skipper, South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control (SCDHEC). The meeting takes place at the Quality Inn (2001 Boundary St, Beaufort) at 12 noon. Skipper is the Watershed Manager for the Savannah and Salkehatchie Watershed, which includes the waters in Beaufort County. She will address the quality of the waters in Beaufort County and some of the issues challenging those waters such as storm water discharges, shellfish closures, etc.

Time, date & place: Tuesday, August 23, 2016 @ 12 pm at the Quality Inn located at 2001 Boundary Street in Beaufort.

Jun 282016
 
 
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(l to r) Outgoing Club President Dr. Chuck Ingle and incoming Club President Paul Moore.

Sea Island Rotary Club installed their new officers for the 2016-2017 year during a social and ceremony held at the Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Center on Wednesday evening June 23, 2016. New officers for the year include Club President Paul Moore, Secretary Meredith Keene, and Directors Brandon Gaffney, Troy Ward, and John Perrill. Outgoing 2015-2016 President Dr. Chuck Ingle was also honored for his service to the Club for the past year. SI Rotary small
Jun 212016
 
Rachel Wilson USCB

SI Rotary president Chuck Ingle and Rachel Wilson of USCB.

Sea Island Rotary club was very pleased to present Rachel Wilson of USCB, a check for $2,000.00 on Tuesday June 14th.  The monies will go to the Sea Island Rotary Endowed Scholarship fund, which will in kind fund two $1,500.00 scholarships.  One scholarship will be in John R. Perrill’s name, and the other Darwin B. Bashaw.
Jun 082016
 
  Carolina SportsCare was founded in 2000 and has been community stewards since opening their doors.  The Clinic, managed by the 4 partners, Mike Konoza, Kevin Ennis, Jim Denton, and Kevin Green is actively involved in not only the rehabilitation wellness, but also the community wellness by promoting healthy lifestyles in mind, body, and spirit.  Carolina SportsCare embraces high standards of excellence in their treatment of patients and volunteering in the community. Congratulations! Carolina Sportscare
Mar 222016
 
Basic education and literacy is one of Rotary’s six areas of focus. We know that basic education and literacy are essential for reducing poverty, improving health, encouraging community and economic development, and promoting peace. Consider these facts: If all women completed primary education, there would be 66% fewer maternal deaths.
  1. A child born to a mother who can read is 50% more likely to survive past the age of five.
  2. If all students in low-income countries left school with basic reading skills, 171 million people could be lifted out of poverty, which would be equivalent to a 12% cut in world poverty.
Feb 112016
 
The month identifies and celebrates the notion that world understanding crosses all political, religious, and geographical boundaries. Rotarians have spread this message around the world through acts of kindness, compassion, fellowship, and “Service Above Self”. RotaryMoE_RGB_2
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