Three Lowcountry Interact Clubs Hold Fellowship Day

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Oct 092013
 

Interact clubs from Hilton Head, Bluffton and Beaufort met at Boys and Girls club for a day of fellowship, team building and leadership development on Saturday September 28.

Submitted by David Tirard

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Rotary Club of the Lowcountry Inducts Beaufort High Interact Club Officers & Members

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Nov 102012
 

Rotary Club of the Lowcountry Inducts Beaufort High Interact Club Officers & Members

The Beaufort High School Interact Club is 147 members strong this year, making it the largest Interact Club in the district….OUTSTANDING!!!  The Lowcountry Rotary club was thrilled to host a breakfast and induction service.  The breakfast pizzas seemed to disappear right before our eyes!

The BHS Interact club works closely with the Rotary Club of the Lowcountry to help those in the community on a number of service projects and fundraisers for local charities. These students are all about helping people and making Beaufort a better place!

Rotary Club of the Lowcountry President Dick Bowen presided over the induction of the  BHS Interact Officers & New Club Members.

Hilton Head Rotary & Hilton Head High Interact Students Collaborate on Project at Honey Horn Plantation

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Oct 052012
 

On September 29th the Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island finished the oyster shell trail at the Coastal Discovery Museum at beautiful Honey Horn Plantation. Assisting the Rotarians were Interact students from Hilton Head High School and Hilton Head Preparatory. The three-quarter mile long trail has taken four years to complete and has involved many Rotarians and Interact Students. The path guides visitors through many exhibits, including the Butterfly Discovery Enclosure, historical buildings, the Heritage Garden, Historical cemetery, and Marsh Tackys.

 

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