Rotary Club of Little River’s first Social of the New Year. Our location for the first Social of 2017 was held at Clark’s Seafood & Chophouse 720 U.S. 17 N, Little River 843-399-8888. Clark’s provided the perfect setting for our members and guests to enjoy a beautiful evening. Attentive service and great food combined to ensure a fantastic time was had by all. Special thanks to their staff for their efforts.
This handsome new Rotary License Plate is just out.
Show off Rotary membership and stand out from the traffic crowd by ordering your tag TODAY!
Get ready for spring wearing /flashing your Rotary Colors. And it’s tax deductible,too.
Contact your club TRF CHAIR FOR DETAILS, OR VISIT YOUR LOCAL DMV OFFICE.
Do it ….today!!
Members of the Florence Rotary Club spent a day helping less fortunate students complete their holiday shopping. $6000 was designated for this project, and $500 in in-kind donations helped to provide lunches and wrap gifts.
In a collaborative joint project, the 5 Georgetown County Rotary Clubs provided dictionaries to every 3rd grader in the county. This project started in1999 and has been repeated each year since. To date over 14,000 dictionaries have been distributed. The five clubs include The Rotary Club of Georgetown, The Rotary Breakfast Club of Georgetown, The Rotary Club of Andrews, The Rotary Club of Pawleys Island and The Rotary Club of Murrells Inlet.
On Veterans Day, November 11, 2016. Lovenia Williams (Standing in center rear of photo), Vice President of Coastal Carolina University Rotaract Club, is pictured with local area Veterans during a special moment at Eggs Up Grill, Conway. Lovenia, a CCU student, presented each Veteran a home made wallet card with a star from a retired American Flag reminding them in this moving tribute:
“I am part of our American Flag that has flown over the USA. I can no longer fly. The sun and winds caused me to become tattered and torn. Please carry me as a reminder that….you are not forgotten.” The Rotaract Club is sponsored by Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise.
The Spring Valley Rotary Club acknowledged member Vick Murdaugh as its newest major donor in October. Vick is a long standing member of the club. He is also a Paul Harris Fellow and a member of the Paul Harris Society. Vick is retired physician from the USC School of Medicine.
He was joined by his wife Betty at the club meeting on October 27 to be recognized for his contributions to the Rotary Foundation. Pictured are: (L to R) Club President Wendy Fuess, Vick and Betty Murdaugh, PDG Paula Matthews and member of the Spring Valley Foundation committee, and Sharleen Craig, Club Foundation Chair.