The Rotary Club of Little River – Quarterly “Palmetto Pride”

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Aug 052015
 
On Saturday August 1st, The Rotary Club of Little River gathered for their quarterly “Palmetto Pride” litter pick up day along their designated section of Mineola Ave (west), Little River.
Main photo: Past District Governor and past Little River Rotary President  Craig Hill (left) instructs members on the procedures and safety concerns while picking litter.
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Rotary Club President Kathy Tovas & husband Dwight, cleaning up the last section of Mineola ave.

Horry County Emergency Management Prepares Rotary Club of Little River

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Jul 272015
 

Little River, SC July 24, 2015     Vicki Burkett of Horry County Emergency Management shares the new Know Your Zone Horry County Hurricane guide. This comprehensive guide includes important phone #’s, websites, shelters, pet resources, evacuation zones & routes, re-entry information, debris removal and more. For your copy call 843-915-5150.

Consider visiting and joining the award winning Rotary Club of Little River where just 60 minutes of your week can change a community!

Every Wed. at noon at the CB Berry building in Little River. The CB Berry building is located off of Hwy 17 in Little River next to the beautiful natural Vereen Gardens and across the street from the South Carolina Welcome Center.

For more information call Susan Vigar 843-457-9923

Rotary Club of Little River Supports “Help 4 Kids”

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May 292015
 

“Help 4 Kids”, a 501 C3, works in conjunction with Backpack Buddies to raise funds to buy food, shoes and other school necessities for children of the working poor in Horry County. It is more than just feeding the hungry, it is about building self-confidence and self-esteem. Help 4 Kids recognizes how children feel when they walk in a classroom without the tools for success and how that effects their future personality traits. The Rotary Club of Little River proudly supports this charity and hopes more folks in the community will open their hearts and assist Help 4 Kids. For more information Please call 843-651-4310 or email barb.mains@gmail.com.  Please consider joining us, every Wed. at noon at the CB Berry building in Little River.

 

 

In picture from left to right:

Donna Levinski

Diane van Stokes

Barb Main (founder)

Erna Blome

Roland Meyer

Rotary Club of Little River President Earns 2 More Awards

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May 192015
 

The Rotary Club of Little River President, Ed Murray, receives 2 awards from Rotary 7770 Assistant District Governor, Doug Roderick.

The 1st award is a President Citation named with the current International Rotary Club President, Gary C K Haung, honoring Ed Murray for participating in service in each of the five avenues: Club, Vocational, Community, International & Youth.

The 2nd award was a District 7770 award from District President D.G. James Williamson recognizing Ed Murray’s outstanding Leadership with the Rotary Club of Little River.

Please consider joining The Rotary Club of Little River, “The Little Club with a Big Heart.”

Every Wed. at noon at the CB Berry building in Little River.

Ed gets 2 awards

 

 

Rotary Club of Little River Adopts a Highway

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May 022015
 

little river 1Little River, SC April 28, 2015: The Rotary Club of Little River has proudly adopted a section of

Mineola Ave in conjunction with The SC Department of Transportation (SCDOT) and PalmettoPride

partnership statewide litter cleanup program, Adopt-A-Highway. In conjunction with The Great

American Clean Up Day of South Carolina, Saturday, April 25, rotary club member’s flanked

Mineola wearing orange vests and picking up litter and trash. Exemplifying Rotary’s Club Values,

this Little club with Big Heart continues to make efforts to improve Little River for “the benefit of all

concerned”.

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Please consider joining us, every Wed. at noon at the CB Berry building in Little

River.

Rotary Club of Little River Hosts Dr. Darla Damonte

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Mar 152015
 

Dr. Damonte, Professor of Management at CCU

Speaks about Global Economic Powers of China

Little River, SC February 27, 2015:  Dr. Darla Damonte, Professor of Management at Coastal Carolina University visited The Rotary Club of Little River and presented a program about The Global Economic Powers of China. More interesting than some quick facts of China like, 1% of the population owns 1/3 of the wealth & 14% of the population is over 60, Dr. Damonte speaks 7 languages. Her program was very enlightening, educational and relevant. The Rotary Club extends a very Special Thank You to Coastal Carolina University & Dr. Darla Damonte

Please consider joining The Rotary Club of Little River, “The small club with a Big Heart.”

Every Wed. at noon at the CB Berry building in Little River.

Rotary Club of Little River: 2 awards in 1 week

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Mar 092015
 

Little River, SC February 27, 2015:

Dwight Toavs and Rotary President Elect, Kathy Toavs both received the Paul Harris Award last week at the Rotary Club meeting in Little River.

In 1905 Paul Harris organized the first Rotary Club in Chicago.  In 1907, the club initiated its first public service project, the construction of public toilets in Chicago. This step transformed Rotary into the world’s first Service Club.

By the time of Harris’ death at the age of seventy-nine, Rotary International had grown to more than 200,000 members in 75 countries. Rotary International currently numbers 1.2 million members worldwide. The motto of Rotary International is “Service Above Self”.

Please consider joining The aul, “The small club with a Big Heart.” Every Wed. at noon at the CB Berry building in Little River.

Rotary Club of Little River Holds Sell-Out Fundraiser

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Feb 152015
 

little river 2The Spirits of Giving Fundraising Event sponsored by Rotary Club of Little River is very pleased to announce a near sell-out event!

The crowd was served heavy hors d’oeurves and sampled hand selected wines & whiskies while entertained with both a live auction, silent auction and door prizes.  The trays were served by the culinary students from North Myrtle Beach High School.

The Rotary Club of Little River is giving a $1,000 scholarship to a student from the NMBHS Culinary class for tuition assistance with the HGTC Culinary program.

Special Thanks to the people & businesses of our local community that helped make this fundraiser such a big success.

From the “Little Group with the Big Heart”, Rotary Club of Little River.

Representative Duckworth Speaks at Rotary Club of Little River

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Feb 112015
 

rotary club of little riverOur New Representative Greg Duckworth speaks at the Rotary Club of Little River before leaving to Columbia, SC to start his new state delegate position.  Representative Duckworth is in District 104 and is working with the rest of the Grand Strand state delegates in Columbia to improve our quality of life, protect and promote our resources, and bring prosperity to all our citizens.  The Rotary Club of Little River, also known as “The Little Club with a Big Heart”, meets every Wed. at noon at the CB Berry Building in Little River. Visitors are always welcome.

Attached, Ed Murray, President of The Rotary Club of Little River and Representative Greg Duckworth, District 104.

Spirits of Giving Event Hosted by The Rotary Club of Little River

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Jan 212015
 

Invite

The Rotary Club of Little River upcoming Fundraiser for local charities, THE SPIRITS OF GIVING, is next Thursday.

The local area businesses & residents have opened their hearts with an unprecedented quantity of auction items and door prizes.

With over FIFTY items up for the bidding & winning, Don’t miss this 3 hour event!

Remember tickets are limited & must be purchased in advance by calling 843-249-3702, The Parson Table in Little River.

The  specialty event menu is attached featuring gourmet foods, plus special wines, whiskies & malts.

This will be an exciting evening of fun & food while helping our local Horry county residents.

 

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