President-Elect John has an exciting program lined up for us on Monday, August 3rd. Chip Wile, President of Darlington Raceway, will address the club. Whether you’re a NASCAR fan or you just appreciate the southern roots of stock car racing, you don’t want to miss this speaker. Members are encouraged to bring a guest so we can fill up the room and give Mr. Wile a warm Columbia Rotary welcome!
For more information about Darlington Raceway including the history, traditions, current schedule and a great multimedia experience, please click here to visit The Lady in Black!
if you missed the meeting, you can always make it up online. Remember to email Debbie (email@example.com) so she can adjust your attendance.
On Monday, July 27, 2015, Bruce Cannon, Director of the Columbia Area Mental Health Center, will speak to the club. The Columbia Area Mental Health Center provides effective mental health services to the citizens of Richland and Fairfield Counties in response to public mandates and identified needs. Priority is given to adults with serious and persistent mental illness and to children and adolescents who are seriously emotionally disturbed and their families. The Center will promote a quality of life through its services and educational program which enhances the recovery of the persons served.
Columbia Rotary meets at Seawell’s in Columbia every Monday at 12:30. The cost to eat lunch is $14. Guests are always welcomed and encouraged.
If you miss a meeting, you can always make it up online. Remember to email Debbie (firstname.lastname@example.org) so she can update your attendance.
President-Elect John has a great program lined up for Monday, July 20th. Lonnie Carter, CEO of Santee Cooper, South Carolina’s largest power producer and the source of electricity for people in all 46 counties, will speak about trends in the energy industry, Santee Cooper’s operations and its involvement in economic development, as well as the state’s energy future. Please remember guests are always welcomed and encouraged.
Many of you know that Ms. Dot’s son, Jon, has been fighting cancer for quite some time. Sadly, Jon lost his battle and passed away last week. Elliott Powell said there will be a Rotarian visitation on Sunday, July 5th from 5-7pm at Ms. Dot’s home in NE Columbia. Please email me (email@example.com) or call/text me (803-361-2212) if you need the address as I don’t want to post it online.
Jon’s funeral will be held on Tuesday, July 7th at Eastminster Presbyterian Church at 3PM. I’ll post the link to the obituary once the family posts it online.
Please keep Ms. Dot and her entire family in your thoughts and prayers at this very sad and difficult time.
Columbia Rotary would like to thank President John Johnston for a successful and dynamic year of Rotary service and leadership. Go Rotary!
Good luck to President Mark Sullivan as he takes the lead for the 2015-2016 Rotary year!
If you missed the meeting, you can make it up online. Remember to email Debbie (firstname.lastname@example.org) so she can adjust your attendance.
If you missed the meeting, you can always make it up online. Remember to email Debbie (email@example.com) so she can adjust your attendance.