The Rotary Club of Georgetown is pleased to announce that Michael Yip and Jack McManus have been inducted as the newest members of the Club.
Michael joined the Club as a corporate member of the Georgetown County Water and Sewer District and sponsored by Ray Gagnon. Michael graduated from Marion High School and obtained his bachelor’s degree in mathematics, chemistry, and physics as well as a master of science in environmental management.
He is the operations director for the Georgetown County Water and Sewer District and a member of the Water Environmental Association and the American Water Works Association. In his spare time Michael enjoys ping pong, tennis, the beach, quality time with his family and giving back to the community.
“The Club just launched its corporate membership program this year and we are excited to see it growing. Michael is passionate about Rotary and his community so we are looking forward to having him as an active part of our Club”, says Angie Kohl, the Club’s Public Image Director.
Jack is a graduate of Coral Springs High School and Georgia Southern University. He is the owner of Promotional Outfitters in Georgetown and is a member of the Promotional Products Association International and Wizard Academy. He is the founder and remains involved in King’s Ridge Christian School in Alpharetta, GA and volunteers at Hobcaw Barony.
In his spare time he enjoys restoring homes and boats, spending time with his friends and family, and helping in the community.
“Jack has a strong passion for helping others and is eager to be involved in all Club activities. We are excited to have him as a part of Club,” says Angie Kohl, the Club’s Public Image Director.