Sep 122016
 

This month’s Social was held at Key West Crazy Restaurant & Bar located at 4492 Waterfront Ave. in Little River. A great time was had by the members of the Rotary Club of Little River and our guests. The beautiful view, tasty food and fantastic service combined to make it a wonderful night for all. Please check back in the coming days for the location of next month’s festivities. Remember the first Tuesday of every month will have us showing the love to a local business. Come join us and spend some time with the “Little Club With A Big Heart “.

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The Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise newly designed meeting sign

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Sep 072016
 
The Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise has installed at newly designed meeting sign  in the Carolina Forest area.
Shown displaying the sign prior to its installation are Rotarians Bob Squatriglia (left) and Carlos Scheer( right). 
As the sign indicates, the dynamic service club meets at Beef O'Brady's each Wednesday in the Kroger - Carolina Forest Mall. 
Visitors are always welcome to enjoy a free breakfast and learn about the many community service opportunities 
in behalf of the Rotary motto" "SERVICE ABOVE  SELF" .
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Little River Rotary Adopts-A-Highway

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Aug 222016
 

Saturday Aug. 6th. finds Little River Rotary Club members cleaning Mineola Ave.- State Rd. 26-50 West of Hwy 17. “Little Club With A Big Heart” helps community to shine.
Pictured left to right Dwight Toavs,Ed Murray, Donna Levinski, Roland Meyer,Kathy Toavs,Craig Hill guest Joseph Koo, Paula Yanis, Brian Koo and Nolan Black.

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Rotary Club of Charleston Teams Up With Hootie

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Aug 172016
 

Members of the Rotary Club of Charleston came out to support students in need on Saturday, August 6th.

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Ralph Scognamiglio, Joy Capps, Karl Riner, President Alissa Lietzow, Lisa Van Bergen, Past President Paul Stoney, Megan Fink, Membership Director Sandy Morckel, and Craig Gangloff helped organized and pass out glue, pencils, notebooks, and more to hundreds of low-income community elementary school students. Some of us even got our picture taken with Darius Rucker!! This is one of the annual events our Education Committee runs; thanks to Richard Sidebottom and his team!!

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Aug 172016
 
The Rotary club of Carolina Forest sunrise  on Saturday conducted Project Happy Feet:
Serving fifty four pupils from Waccamaw Ekementary School with new shoes, in cooperation with Payless Shoes. The school staff identifies students in need, schedules them and their parents for the project, at which Rotarians assist the students in selecting new shoes to ” start off the school year on happy feet”. The group picture includes Rotarians, Rotaract Club of CCU   and Rotary  family members, along with school  and store staff. This is the fifth year of this program ….more than 300 students have been served in this program
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Release: Rotary Club of Georgetown Welcomes Cngressman Tom Rice 8/9/2016, for further info, Contact Pete Little

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Aug 112016
 
Today’s Meeting of the Rotary Club of Georgetown was special in that we welcomed  Congressman Tom Rice who gave us a Congressional update from Washington, DC
A resident of Horry County since the age of 4, Tom Rice has a deep-rooted connection to the area. He recalled his youth, spending time at his Grandfather’s house on Screven Street in Georgetown and has a drawing of the Winyah Bay and Georgetown on his Congressional office wall in DC
Tom entered Congress with a commitment to make the United States as competitive as possible. From our country’s energy policies to tax rates, Tom spent his first two years in Congress advocating for common-sense reforms that will spur economic development and restore America’s competitive edge. He is most satisfied about having been appointed to the prestigious Ways and Means Committee, which he feels is the most important one in the House. Tom believes bipartisanship will have to return to Congress at some point, no matter who is elected President, to get important legislative bills passed on issues such as Income Tax and Social Security reform.
Tom entered Congress with a commitment to make the United States as competitive as possible. From our country’s energy policies to tax rates, Tom spent his first two years in Congress advocating for common-sense reforms that will spur economic development and restore America’s competitive edge.
Tom earned both his master’s degree in accounting and his juris doctor from the University of South Carolina. After completing his degrees, Tom worked for the accounting and consulting firm, Deloitte & Touche, in Charlotte and earned his CPA certificate. In 1985, Tom returned to his home town of Myrtle Beach to practice tax law with the Van Osdell Law Firm, and in 1997 he established his own practice, the Rice & MacDonald Law Firm.
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