The Rotary Club of Barnwell County helped provide food for the snack sack programs for each school district in Barnwell County. Seen here in this photo on March 13, 2017, Past-President Lisa Firmender is presenting checks to the Williston United Methodist Church (Represented by Judy Carey). This church provides snack sacks for underprivileged children in Barnwell School District 29 (Williston). Ms. Jane Embler was also present representing the Women of Holy Apostles in Barnwell. This program provides snack sacks for children in both Barnwell District 45 and Barnwell District 19 (Blackville). The Rotary Club of Barnwell County gave money to support one child for an entire school year for each program. We are happy to continue to support the Rotary Has Heart program of community service and are proud to assist these local programs to feed children In our communities.
Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise guest speaker-member- Bob Squatriglia (right) appears above with current Club president Kevin Kristick (left) and Club president-elect (2017-18) Elizabeth Howland (center) at a recent meeting. Squatriglia’s club valedictory (he and Betty are relocating to Fort Mill,SC this month) was in three parts: ” Why I am a Rotarian”, “How I came to Conway and Coastal Carolina University”,” Making CCU a Better Place”.He served as Rotary International District 7770 Governor in 1987-88, is Vice President Emeritus for Student Affairs at CCU, and was in that position and also consultant , 1977-2010. The Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise meets at 7:00 am every Wednesday at Beef Obradys, Kroger-Carolina Forest Mall. Guests are cordially invited to attend and enjoy a free breakfast while learning about our community and opportunities to serve others consistent with the Rotary motto : “Service Above Self”.
- Rotary Club of Mt. Pleasant
- Rotary Club of North Charleston – Breakfast
- Rotary Club of North Charleston
- St. Andrews Rotary Club (West Ashley)
- Rotary Club of Daniel Island
- Rotary Club of John’s Island
- Rotary Club of Summerville
- Rotary Club of Summerville – Oakbrook Breakfast
Author and former Franciscan Monk Bill Beltz, from the Rotary Club of Oakatie (left) is congratulated by Rotary Cub of Beaufort President Willie Mack Stansell (right) following his March 1st presentation to the Rotary Club of Beaufort. Bill spoke of his time as a Franciscan Monk and about his recently published book “The Buried War,” which told the story of his father, a World War II veteran who suffered from PTSD following his return from the Pacific Theater of Operations.