May 102021
 

Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island Inducts Two New Members

The Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island recently inducted two new members:  Janet Williams and Mary Howe.  Janet is Vice President and Senior Financial Advisor with Merrill Lynch.  Mary has been a Rotarian for eight years before transferring to the Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island.  She is retired from retail management.  The Club is delighted to welcome their newest members.

RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing  and Volunteer Support from the Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island

During the week of April 12-18, the Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island (RCHHI) provided volunteer support for the 54th RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing held at Harbour Town Golf Links.  Rotarians filled in more than 120 shifts at the Will Call, Customer Service, and Hang Tag booths.  Joe Chappell, RCHHI Vice President and coordinator of the club’s Heritage effort, was interviewed by WSAV-TV’s anchor (and Rotarian) Ben Senger.  Here’s the link to the Facebook interview.  https://fb.watch/4VFF7MI8FI/  Joe took the opportunity to expand on RCHHI’s annual involvement with the Heritage tournament and highlighted many other club events and projects. Each year the Heritage tournament pumps millions of dollars into South Carolina’s economy, and the members of the Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island have again stepped up to assist in this prestigious event.

Earth Day Beach Clean-ups by Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island

The Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island participated in two beach/park clean-ups on Earth Day, April 22.  In the morning, the club partnered with The Outside Foundation for an island-wide beach sweep, with Rotarians focused on Chaplin Beach Park.  The clean-up was completed in time for the Rotarians to attend their weekly Zoom meeting!  Later in the day, Rotarians participated in a beach sweep at the very tourist-popular Coligny Beach.  The effort was sponsored by USCB Professor Keri Olivetti, who is the parent of one of the club’s EarlyAct members.  Professor Olivetti’s students in the USCB Center for Festival and Community Event Planning course were tasked with the planning and execution of the event. Prizes were awarded for most trash collected, most valuable item found, largest piece of trash found, and much more!  

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