Historic Rotary Club of Charleston bestows the Shining Light award on members who has gone above and beyond in their contribution to the club and community. These members exemplify our motto of Service Above Self.
On September 23, 2014, President Digit proudly presented the Shining Light Award to Past President John Tecklenburg. As immediate Past President, John has been supportive and helpful to President Digit as he transitioned into his role as President. We also all enjoy the fun he brings to our weekly meeting with his music! Keep the songs coming! Congratulations, John, and thank you for your continuous support of our club!
On October 14, 2014, President Digit proudly recognized Jeanne Jamme as our Shining Light. Jeanne has been hard at work behind the scenes planning and organizing our new fundraiser for this year – Holiday Parade of Boats and Win A Boat raffle. Her efforts in making this first time community–wide event successful is much appreciated! Congratulations, Jeanne, and thank you for your overwhelming dedication to the club and its fundraising efforts!
On October 21, 2014, President Digit proudly recognized Richard Sidebottom with the Shining Light Award. As a relatively new member, Richard has been quite active within our club and much deserving of this award. We appreciate him stepping up and volunteering to coordinate our Red Cross Blood Drives this year. The first one held last month was quite a success with 17 pints being donated. A second drive is planned for March and he would like to see us beat our own turnout record. Richard is also a part of our Vocational Committee and has been helping to bring Vocational Awareness to our club by assisting with the weekly Vocational Spotlights. Congratulations, Richard, on being this week’s Shining Light. Your enthusiasm and dedication to the club and volunteering is much appreciated!
ast President Dan Ravenel was proudly recognized by President Digit with our Shining Light Award. As a long–time Rotarian and Past President, Dan continues to remain an active and involved member of our club. He has served a much appreciated TWO terms on the Board of Directors and is full of knowledge and history about our club. He is an outstanding mentor to all incoming Presidents and is always there for advice, guidance or to lend a hand on any project. Congratulations, Dan, on being this week’s Shining Light. We appreciate your continuous support and contributions to Rotary and to our community. You truly exemplify our motto of Service Above Self in everything you do.