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Jan 092014
 

We received a Thank You letter from Paige Holcombe of Beaufort Elementary School for our $2,000 donation to the adopt-a-family program lead by Edna Crews. With your generosity Paige was able to provide Christmas to fourteen students and also gave hygiene baskets to three more families.  What a difference we made to the families of Beaufort Elementary.  Thanks to everyone who participated with their personal donation to this worth while cause.

 January 9, 2014  District Interest, General News Comments Off on A Letter of Thanks from Beaufort Elementary
Jan 072014
 

Happy New Year and I am excited to announce that the Registration site for the 2014 District Conference is now available, you can register online on the District Database Calendar tab or you can register at the link provided for you in this email. The link is personalized for your registration only so do not forward to others. You can also register on a manual registration form which is also attached and available on the District Database as well.

The District Conference will be held in Charleston at the Charleston Marriott March 28, 29 and 30. It will be a celebration of our Clubs’ accomplishments in the 2013-14 Rotary year. We will recognize Clubs of the Year, outstanding Rotarians in many areas and present Presidential and Club Leadership Citations.

We will kick off the Conference on Friday at lunch and we have an exciting and hilarious motivational speaker scheduled. We will have a casual dinner Friday evening with the dress code being “Cruise Casual or Tacky Tourist” as we celebrate Cruising into Rotary’s Future.

Saturday evening will be black tie optional and we will recognize various key award winners and the Clubs of the year. Plenary sessions are scheduled for all three days and we will have a Silent Auction with all proceeds going to the effort to “End Polio Now”. There will also be a House of Friendship where your Clubs can show all that they have done during the year. We will also be doing a special District Service Project and details on that will be forthcoming soon.

We will have panel sessions featuring former Ambassadorial Scholars, Clubs and their Service Projects, Youth Exchange activities, District Grants and more.

A key feature of the Conference this year will be that we will be offering a single registration fee for the entire conference which includes all meals and an a la carte selection for those that may only be able to attend portions of the Conference.

Register early as the early bird registration price will expire March 10th. Come and enjoy the fellowship of all of our Rotarian families as we celebrate with one another.

Also attached to this email are four short videos of various aspects of Charleston, take a look and enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WrhIXE8tz2E

http://youtu.be/EqIDDpOHDfo

http://www.charlestoncvb.com/visitors/video/aerial

http://www.charlestoncvb.com/visitors/video/history_p2

Two Ways To register:

Register NOW for District 7770 Conference 2014 – March 28, 2014
or send your regrets that you cannot attend by clicking here.

2. Click here to download mail in registration form.

Book your hotel room here:

Hotel Registration is separate from the conference registration.

Room Rate is $172plus tax until March 18th.

Click here to book your room.

Rgds

Lou Mello

District Governor 2013-14 D7770

Mt Pleasant Rotary

 January 7, 2014  District Interest, Events 1 Response »
Dec 302013
 

Sponsors

THANK YOU TO THE MANY ROTARIANS WHO STEPPED UP AND EITHER SPONSORED OR HELPED TO FIND SPONSORS FOR OUR 10TH ANNUAL ADVENTURE BIATHLON RACE.  WE COULD NOT HAVE DONE THIS WITHOUT YOU!!

 December 30, 2013  General News 1 Response »
Dec 302013
 

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Our 10th annual Hunting Island Adventure Biathlon race is just around the corner, set for March 8, 2014. It’s time to get off the couch, dust off your running shoes, unbury your kayak out of the pile of junk in the garage and start training for the race.   If you feel as though you can’t do this on your own, then join a team race categories; grab a partner to share the fun. Your team can either be a tandem (two boaters and two runners), or relay (one boater and one runner) depending on your stamina.  But if sweating is not your thing, then we need all non-participating members as volunteers on the day of the race.

More information and registration at www.setupevents.com

Please help spread the word by recruiting athletes and letting everyone know about this awesome event.  We really hope to sell out this year and we need your help to achieve this goal.  Posters and Event Brochures will be available soon and we need your help distributing this information.  This is an all hands on deck call.  Don’t wait to be asked to help, it’s your Rotarian duty to be part of this club event, so look for opportunities to jump in (just not in the water).

 December 30, 2013  1st Row Left Box, District Interest Comments Off on Adventure Biathlon Race
Dec 302013
 

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Dr. Chuck Ingle was elected by the Board to be the 2015-16 President of the Sea Island Rotary Club.  He will follow Larry Meisner’s term of July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015.

New Board Members (7/1/14 through 6/30/16) elected in December by the membership were:

Purdy.Amy

Amy Purdy

Roos.Dave

Dave Roos

Fleischbein.Michael

Mike Fleischbein

Moore.paul

Paul Moore

Congratulations to our new leadership who will join Herman Gaither and John Perrill on the Board.  Our future is looking bright.

 December 30, 2013  General News Comments Off on Congratulations Chuck Ingle, President Elect Nominee
Dec 302013
 

SpeakersAugust 4: Bob Downs, Sarlaflex

August 11: Rob Gross, Boeing

August 18: Ray Jones, Team Beaufort Olympic Weight Lifting

August 25: Michael Maher, Charleston’s Horizon Project

 December 30, 2013  2nd Row Left Box, General News Comments Off on Upcoming Speakers
Dec 182013
 

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I had the first shift for SIR’s three days of bell ringing for the Salvation Army. The time flew by as I watched the Walmart crowds come and go. There was no lag time at one of Walmart’s busiest stores. In my short shift I estimated that I collected about $50. It was an awesome experience, and I’m glad I volunteered for this worthy cause.

 December 18, 2013  1st Row Middle Box, General News Comments Off on Ringing in Volunteer Hours
Dec 102013
 

December 10th, 2013

 

Friends,

Here’s a wonderful way to   support Rotary!  Vote early and often to help Rotary win up to 10   million United Airlines travel miles!  It won’t cost you a penny – and   the miles will be used to help numerous Rotary projects.

All you have to do is go to Charity   Miles and vote for Rotary International.  You can vote every day until   December 25th.  Rotary is neck and neck with   the Shriners – your vote may just make the difference!

In the past Charity Miles   have provided transportation for Rotary International’s Gift of Life surgical   teams. Teams have traveled to Haiti and El Salvador, where volunteer doctors   and nurses from the United States performed life-saving heart surgery on many   children and provided important training for local doctors. Charity Miles   have also helped Rotary International transport Iraqi children with birth   defects to U.S. hospitals for treatments they cannot receive at home.

Charity Miles are also used   to send volunteers to help immunize children during National Immunization   Days. And, Charity Miles provide airfare for financially disadvantaged Rotary   youth exchange students so they may live and study overseas for one school   year, enabling 8,000 secondary school students to study abroad in 80   countries around the world.

And don’t just vote   yourself!  Share this message with your network of friends. If you are a   Facebooker, a Twitterer or a Texter – get cracking and spread this   message.  Remember, by winning these Charity Miles, we can bring smiles   to the faces of thousands of underprivileged children!

Warm   Rotary regards,

 

Bill Boyd

Wasrag Chair

Ron Denham

Wasrag Chair Emeritus

 December 10, 2013  General News Comments Off on A simple way to help Rotary!