Terry Moore

Mar 242017
 
On Wednesday morning Tori Ricker a 6th grader from CrossRoads Intermidiate was recognized for being the Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo Student of the Month. She was present with her mother, and two little sisters, as well as, her assistant principal Tara Safriet.

Summerville Evening Rotary Club challenge P.E.T.S. to contribute to CART.

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Mar 022017
 
Summerville Evening Rotary Club challenge P.E.T.S. to contribute to CART.

Summerville Evening Rotary Club challenge P.E.T.S. to contribute to CART.

The Summerville Evening Rotary Club selected to support the CART Fund for its Rotary Has Heart project. Both of these projects were started here in South Carolina. The challenged was issued to club members to fill a sand bag with their spare change from their vehicles, desk drawers, change bowls and wine carafes. The bags collected were to be weighed and the heaviest would receive a $25 gift card.

Club member and incoming AG Alex Arntz cast out a challenge at the recent PETS (President Elect Training Seminar) to the PE members that funds collected at PETS would be joined with their own PETS sandbag and the Evening Club will match what was collected. PETS generated approximately $315.87.

On Monday, the sand bags were turned in, weighed and Terri Lee Moore-London had the heaviest bag at 23 pounds. The club collected a total of 74 pounds of coins, valued at $326.10 in addition to the PETS $315.87. A total of $641.97 going to CART this quarter. More information about CART can be found at http://www.cartfund.org/ Summerville Evening Rotary Club, Do Good, Have Fun, Tell Someone. #SECRotary

Feb 162017
 
On Wednesday, February 15th, 2017 four members of the Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo were presented with their Multiple Paul Harris+ pins. These Rotarians have donated to the Rotary Foundation multiple times and are awarded with a pin of recognition. The recipients included: Ms. Judy Johnson, Mr. Lyman Whitehead, Dr. Balbir Minhas, and Mr. Blount Shepherd. The club is honored to have these philanthropic Rotarians as members of the Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo.  “Service above Self”.
Feb 092017
 
On February 4th, 2017 dedicated volunteers of The Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo spent their Saturday morning cleaning up litter from our adopted highway in Irmo. Through the Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt-A-Street programs, we take part in preserving and maintaining streets throughout the Midlands, particularly for us the Irmo area. We remove litter from our segment of road at least four times a year for two years. The benefits are significant to our local community.  Not only does it serve as an educational tool against littering, it establishes stewardship of our public lands.  This program helps advance tourism, development, and quality of life for all of our citizens by improving the appearance of our area and saves taxpayer dollars by performing a valuable public service on a volunteer basis. It takes us all to keep our community beautiful and we are proud to be part of this program.
Feb 092017
 
We have some great Speakers lined up for the next few weeks. Here they are:     February 15th- Ms. Alice Howard will be with us to talk about the District Foundation February 22nd- Mr. Curtis Loftis SC Treasurer will be with us to talk about things happening in our local government March 1st- Sara  Hummel Rajca- She works for SmartPower, serving as the Community Outreach Manager for Solarize South Carolina, educating on the basics and benefits of going solar. She has been active with the SC Solar Council since 2011 and has served on the board since 2012.
Dec 302016
 
On Saturday, December 17th members of the Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo volunteered to participate in the Salvation Army “Ringing of the Bell.”  Members volunteered at Greens off of Piney Grove Rd. This is an annual tradition for this club. Always a great time by all!
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