On 6 November 2012, Jim Seay spoke to the St. Andrews Rotary Club about his career in sports broadcasting. Jim is a native of Columbia graduating from Columbia High School, before his career took him to Virginia and Texas.
Seay is an award winning announcer, recognized by both the Coaches Association and the National Motorsports Association. Jim developed a life-long working relationship with Bob Fulton, Voice of the Gamecocks, helping Fulton produce a compilation of the best calls of Fulton’s Gamecock announcing career. Jim worked as a public address announcer for seven University of South Carolina sports teams for more than 20 years.
Jim still broadcasts and is the owner of Information On Hold, an audio service provider.
Summerville Evening Rotary Club provided the following pictures from their recent “Rockin The Ville” Sock Hop, their “Random Acts of Kindness” RAK Community Service Project with Habitat for Humanity and Palmetto House in Summerville, and a few from from their recent Oktoberfest in partnership with the Summerville Oakbrook Breakfast club. Check out more info from the Oktoberfest event via This Link. They know how to do fellowship in Summerville also – check out this motley crew from a recent Halloween gathering! Rotarians and guests including “DG Ed”, “DGE Lou”, “PDG Paula” enjoyed the Halloween party. More info on Summerville Evening Rotary Service Projects Here
Participating in the ‘Feed The Hunger Packathon’ were members of the Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise and Rotaract Members from Coastal Carolina University.
The energy created by this collaboration with CCU Rotaractors made packing 18,000 meals a snap.
What a truly uplifting Experience…..Thanks to Dr. Raffia Smith and Dr Kevin for leading this wonderful and worthy project and all who participated and /or sponsored a Rotaractor!
Georgetown Breakfast Rotary Club held its second annual Golf Tournament on September 20, 2012 at Wedgefield Plantation.
Pictured is the First Place Team from T.J. Baxley Tire – L to R: T.J. Baxley, Will Waldrop, Brandon Jolly, and Keith Feilds.
All funds raised by the Rotary Fundraising event support scholarships for vocational students at Georgetown High School, dictionaries for 3rd grade students in Georgetown, Student Exchange Programs, Alzheimer’s Research and Worldwide eradication of Polio.