Members of the Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise and their daughters ( picture #2)are pictured as registration volunteers at the 19th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon and Half Marathon held on March 3-4-5 . Over 5000 marathoners and 1500 support volunteers participated in the popular weekend event. Proceeds from the nationally recognized event support numerous community charities. The Club meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 am at Beef O’Brady’s at the Kroger-Carolina Forest Mall. Guests are cordially invited to attend and enjoy a free breakfast while learning about our community and the many opportunities to practice the Rotary Credo of “Service Above Self”.
2/10/2016 found approximately 80 Rotarians, Spouses and Guest assembled at The Debordieu Beach Club celebrating a special occasion.
Bill Sorochak the Executive Director of the Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire speaks at the Bluffton Rotary breakfast on their programs.
Bluffton Rotarians prepare for their annual Bluffton Oyster Roast on January 30th. This is the Club’s main fundraiser to support their local community efforts.
The Rotary Clubs annual Soccer Classic and Silent Auction are coming up soon: The Silent Auction (Friday, February 12th) will be held at Goldbug Island, and the Soccer Classic (Saturday, February 13th) will be held and the College of Charleston Soccer field on Patriot’s Point. We hope that you can join us. Please consider buying an ad in our Soccer Classic program or donating and item to our Silent Auction. Our club raises the majority of our charitable funds from these two events.
The Rotary Club of Lake Marion was recently recognized for its spirit of giving.
District 7770 Assistant Governor Paul Miller presented a banner to the club at its January 14th meeting in recognition of the club’s support of the Annual Fund.
These numbers are impressive! Out of the 35,114 Rotary Clubs worldwide, the Lake Marion Rotary Club was one of only 1,586 clubs to achieve Top Three Highest Per Capita Annual Giving honors in their district. Additionally, the club was one of only 1,428 clubs worldwide to attain status as a 100% Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member Club and one of only 3,112 clubs worldwide to become an Every Rotarian, Every Year Club.
The Lake Marion Rotary Club meets every Thursday at 1 p.m. at Shoney’s in Santee.
Photo – Rotary District 7770 Assistant Governor Paul Miller presents a banner to Lake Marion Rotary Club President Horace James recognizing the club for its spirit of giving.