In the photo:
Johan Prins, Jay Cook, Seth Bomble, and Emil Lansu
Along with this, Charleston Rotary Club Rotarian Don Oswalt will be competing in an Ironman in the beginning of November in an effort to raise funds for WMI.
From his website: I will be competing in my first Ironman Triathlon November 2nd, 2013 in Panama City Florida. Rather than just race for myself I wanted to give back and race for a purpose. I have teamed up with the Historic Rotary Club of Charleston, together we will raise money for Water Missions International. Your donated dollars will provide a water system for a village in Peru.
YOUR DONATION WILL BE MATCHED 3.5 TIMES – I am proud to say that I have been a member of the Historic Rotary Club of Charleston for the past 9 years. The great thing about Rotary is that the money you donate will be matched by the District that money will be matched by Rotary International. So your donation will be matched 3.5 times. The MORE YOU GIVE the MORE THEY GIVE!
An Ironman Triathlon is a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and a 26.2 mile run – a total of 140.6 miles all in the same day.
Submitted by Alissa Collins
Rotary Club of Charleston