Feb 232017
 

Ray Winters(left), District 3  Horry County School Board Member and Rotarian Carlos Scheer(right) are pictured above. Winters was a very interesting guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise recently and reported on a number of items including progress on the Ten Oaks Middle School, the first of five new schools in the county. An open house of the new school will be announced soon.Winters , an attorney, has a blog, www.horrycountyschools.net,,or may be contacted at raywinters@horrycountyschools.net, or 843-450-4384.

The Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise meets each Wednesday at 7:00am at Beef O’Brady’s ,located in the Kroger -Carolina Forest Mall. Visitors are always welcome to enjoy a free breakfast ,learn about our community and opportunities to serve our community consistent with the Rotary credo, “SERVICE ABOVE SELF.”
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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 152017
 

Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise president Kevin Kristick (left) stands with new member
Ernie Turnes (right) in front of Paul Harris Society Charter Member banner. President Kristick
Is describing the Rotary careers of service of these special Charter members. The club continues the tradition of 100% Annual Giving and Every Rotarian Every Year since its chartering in 2003. The eight members of the PHF Society are also Club Charter members.

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Feb 152017
 

The Rotary Club of Okatie and Bluffton Self Help are pleased to announce the 2017 Feed the Children fundraiser. This year, our event will take place from Tuesday, February 7th until Wednesday, February 15th . Feed the Children was created with a simple purpose – to help alleviate hunger and food insecurity for children throughout Bluffton. When dining at the restaurants below, diners are provided with a donation envelope when they cash out their bill. This is an opportunity to make an immediate impact in the fight against hunger in our area. All Donations will go to Bluffton Self Help to help them refill the food pantry. This year our participating restaurants are: Sigler’s Rotisserie and Seafood, The Cottage, Dolce Vita, Fat Pattie’s, Captain Woody’s, Old Town Dispensary, and the Farm. Please join us for this tasty fundraising opportunity. For questions, contact Juliana Leister with the Okatie Rotary at 843-384-8010.

Feb 152017
 

News Release: Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island

Celebrates 50 Years of Community

Service

Date: February 5, 2017

For Release: February 9, 2017

For Further Information, Contact: Robert Oetjen (843) 689-1384

Hilton Head Island, SC. . . . The Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island celebrated its 50 th anniversary last evening with a gala at the Sonesta Resort. Chartered in 1967, the Club is part of Rotary International, an

organization of business and professional people united worldwide to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standard, and build peace and goodwill in the world. The Hilton Head club has played a major role in the development of the Town. Among its most recognized local achievements are:

  • Initiating the Island Rec Center;
  •  Building a permanent home for Deep Well;
  •  Expanding the Memory Matters facility;
  •  Providing more than $400,00 0 in college scholarships to local students;
  •  Recognizing annually student scholars, teachers, and public service officers;
  •  Implementing Safety Town for island children;
  •  Establishing the Hilton Head Island Hall of Fame at Honey Horn;
  •  Providing informational kiosks along the island’s bicycle paths;
  •  40 years of ringing the bell for the Salvation Army;
  •  25 years of volunteering for the Heritage Golf Tournament: and
  •  Broadening community service by giving birth to four other Rotaryclubs in Beaufort and Jasper counties.

As an active member of Rotary International, the Club has:

  • Provided more than $165,000 to support eradication of polio worldwide;
  •  Established the Gift of Life program to provide on Hilton Head life- changing reconstructive surgery to youth from underdeveloped counties;
  •  Sponsored student and professional exchange programs worldwide; and
  •  Sponsored safe water, disaster relief, medical, dental and mental
  • heath programs on four continents.

In recognition of its service, the Rotary Club of Hilton Head was awarded the Chamber of Commerce Community Organization of the Year Award in on three occasions. At last evening’s gala event, the Club

was presented proclamations of commendation from Mayor David Bennett and Congressman Mark Sanford.

 

As a 50 th anniversary gift to the community, the Rotary Club of Hilton Head island has developed a series of 50 attractive commemorative panels to be installed along the Island’s many miles of leisure paths. These panels will provide residents and visitors brief “factoids” on Hilton Head’s cultural heritage and natural history, as well as identify local points of interest

 

The Club’s 155 members are committed to continuing service here and abroad. Anyone interested in pursuing membership is invited to check out the Club’s website at www.hiltonheadrotary.org or to call the office at (843) 686-4100. The Club meets every Thursday at 12:30 pm at the Sea Pines country Club.

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.
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