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 “.
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" . Photo by Ralph Jones
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.
Members of the Rotary Club of Charleston came out to support students in need on Saturday, August 6th.
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!!