James Steadman ( third from left) became the newest member of the Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise recently, and is shown receiving his Rotary lapel pin from his wife, Andrea(center) as furnished by Club President Kevin Kristick (left) as Inductor Bob Squatriglia ( right) looks on. Steadman is assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of South State Bank, Carolina Forest. He is a graduate of Coastal Carolina University and Leadership Grand Strand. He and wife Andrea, also a CCU graduate, are the parents of daughter, Elyana. The Carolina Forest club meets each Wednesday at 7:00 am at Beef O’Brady’s in the Kroger – Carolina Forest Mall and cordially invites guests to attend and learn about opportunities to serve our community.Please contact me if you have questions.Thank you.Bob SquatrigliaC- 843-421-9999
St. Andrews-Charleston RC welcomes Enzo from France. The new Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) year has begun and St. Andrews-Charleston RC is hosting Enzo. He is 16 years old and will be attending James Island Charter High School. Enzo is from a small town called Saint Doulchard. He plays tennis and the piano. He will be a junior in high school.
The Rotary Club of St. Andrews has participated in RYE for many years. The club Youth Exchange Officer is Rory Parsley. Pete Dubay serves as the club Rotary Youth Exchange Counselor is pictured here with Enzo as he arrived at the Charleston airport.
If you know any interested students who would like to study abroad in 2017-18, please contact Vicki Tatum at email@example.com. Children and grandchildren of Rotarians are welcome to participate!
To our loved members of the Rotary Club of Beaufort: We had a great time living in one of the most beautiful places that we have ever been, with people that showed us the generosity and politeness of the south. Sadly it is time for us to leave. We share great memories and a big part of our hearts shall remain in this country. It is hard for us to explain how grateful we are for this experience. We feel like as if we’ve been living in this town for years, like we were bor…n here. Seriously just look at us; we listen to country music and enjoy drinking Arnold Palmers sitting in a chair by the marsh. So THANK YOU Rotarians! Thanks to every single one of you we learned how to be ourselves and that shyness is just a stone in our shoe that will not let us walk forward. We have learned so much but mainly have had the chance of having family all around the world.
Sincerely thankful, Joelle Zingg & Dylan Gosling
The Rotary Club of Lexington always enjoys inducting new members. But the meeting on July 14 was especially exciting as current and founding member Jim Barfield, in his almost 50th year as a Rotarian, inducted his daughter Margaret. Jim, right, and Margaret are pictured with longtime member and past president Warren Herndon.
Each year the Rotary Club of Beaufort presents an Employee of the Year Award as an important means of recognition for employees in the Beaufort community who contribute to civic and community efforts.
The 2016 Employee of the Year is Amy Luce Hane, a breast nurse navigator in Beaufort Memorial Hospital’s Women’s Imaging Center. As a breast nurse navigator she becomes involved when a patient receives a diagnosis of breast cancer, providing support from diagnosis to post-treatment. To ensure she is giving them the best possible care, she took the extra step of becoming a Breast Care Nurse–a prestigious, nationally accredited certification, which is awarded only to registered nurses.