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.
Rotary Club of Chapin Sunrise Presents
Boots and BBQ
Saturday March 18 7pm
Chapin Town Hall
Table of 8 $400
- Total amount of new items/photos sent to media – 19
- Breakdown of new items/photos by subject:
- New members added to club – 2 releases
- Reports of member accomplishments or donations to Foundation – 7 releases
- Report of club community activities/service to others – 5 releases
- Distinguished visitor at club meetings – 5
Last week, our club enjoyed hearing from Brian J. Roney, Berkeley County School District Coordinator Health Ed., Phys. Ed., Athletics. We also installed Ms. Jennie Cumbie Green as our newest member. Standing with Ms. Green is Club President Kimberly Nolte and sponsor Byron Rodgers. (Photo attached)
This week’s speaker is Darrin Goss, President & CEO of the Coastal Community Foundation.
The Rotary Club of Moncks Corner meets every Thursday at 12:30pm, at Gilligan’s Restaurant.
The St. George Rotary Club is pleased to announce its new officers for the 2017-18 year:
Cayce-West Columbia Rotary Making a difference in our Community
Great thing are happening at the Cayce West Columbia Rotary Club from honoring and recognizing our wonderful students of the months, to our yard sale for students scholarships, to our stuffed animals’ donations to Happy Wheels and purchasing brand new shoes this past Saturday for 3rd and 4th graders with our Happy Feet project! Service above self while making a difference in our community. Join us one Tuesday and see what all the fun is about!
Cayce West Columbia Rotary
Brookland Baptist Church Banquet & Conference Center
1066 Sunset Blvd.
West Columbia, SC 29169
Meets Tuesdays at Lunch 1:00pm -2:00pm
Bruce Clemens, an active Rotarian in Guatemala who now lives in Bluffton, spoke to the Bluffton Rotary Club about his current project in San Lucas, Guatemala, through his company Agua del Pueblo, which was formed in 1972. The peoples of San Lucas on the edge of Lake Atitlan have no sewer system and are using polluted waters of the lake as their drinking water source. The project is working to pull water from the deepest area, where the water is not affected by pollution to provide the town with a clean source. Working with Rotary Clubs and Rotary International grants to finance this project and provide education to the people of Guatemala is a major focus for Bruce and his company. Bruce regularly travels to Guatemala with students researching Global Sustainability. For more information contact Bruce at email@example.com or check this link:http://www.aguadelpueblo.org/