Daniel Island Rotary, with support from a District 7770 grant and Publix Supermarkets, delivered 167 Thanksgiving meals to the Cainhoy Community Center. The Cainhoy/Huger area was hit hard by flooding in October. Pictured with representatives of the Cainhoy Community Center are the participating Rotary Club members.
The Rotary Club of Daniel Island and the Daniel Island Community Fund moved quickly to provide support to local residents impacted by flooding. Each organization donated $2,500, on October 7th, to East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO). ECCO will direct the money to food, clothing, household, and other support at its newly-established Baldwin-Carson Center in Cainhoy/Huger. Pictured are Matt Sloan and Jane Baker from the Daniel Island Community Fund: Jack Little, Executive Director of ECCO; and Rotary Club President Mike Sudzina.
The Rotary Club of Daniel Island sponsors (with the Daniel Island Community Fund, Business Association, and Club) a Speakers Series open to the entire community. The speaker September 9, 2015 was Anita Zucker, CEO of The InterTech Group and well-know community volunteer and philanthropist. Pictured are Pete Harper (DI Business Association), Mike Sudzina (Rotary Club President), Anita Zucker, and Steve Slifer (Rotary member and master of ceremonies for the Speakers Series).
Eighth grade Social Studies students at Cainhoy Elementary Middle School are embarking on an exciting adventure into their community’s past – thanks to a special donation of books on the history of the Cainhoy Peninsula provided by the Rotary Club of Daniel Island and the Daniel Island Historical Society. Representatives from both organizations, (Sara Cooper, Beth Bush and Bill Thielfoldt), visited the school on March 7 to deliver 30 copies of the book, entitled “Behind God’s Back: Gullah Memories of Cainhoy, Wando, Huger, Daniel Island and Thomas Island.” The students were each given a personal copy of the book, signed by the author, Herb Frazier. #Charleston #Rotary7770
The Rotary Club of Daniel Island and the Daniel Island Foundation presented checks to Goodwill’s Palmetto Warrior Connection program that serves veterans in need. Pictured (left to right) are Jermaine Husser, Executive Director of Palmetto Warrior Connection; Dani Hermann, from the Daniel Island Company; Robert Smith, President and CEO of Palmetto Goodwill; and Michael Sudzina, President-elect of the Rotary Club of Daniel Island. (photos by Mary Wessner)
Rotarians from our club made a visit to all third grade classes at both Cainhoy School and the Daniel Island School to deliver dictionaries. The kids were very excited to have their very own dictionary to keep and to take home.