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Jul 192015
 

 

 

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Members of Daniel Island Rotary joined the Lowcountry Food Bank to distribute fresh food, funded by Rotary, to residents of the Cainhoy/Huger community.
Jun 142015
 

duck race pic 2015 drop (2)Eight Charleston-area Rotary Clubs (Daniel Island, Goose Creek, Johns Island, Mt. Pleasant, North Charleston – Breakfast, North Charleston – Lunch, St. Andrews, and Summerville) combined to make the 2015 Rotary Charity Duck Race a great success. 30,000 rubber ducks raced down the Wando River on a beautiful day. The people who came to the event enjoyed paddleboard and kayak races, a car show, games and activities for children, food and beverages, a band, and prizes for the folks who adopted the first 35 ducks to the finish line, including a new car from Hendrick auto dealers for the first place duck. The real winners were area charities and Rotary programs to change lives and build better communities. Over $120,000 was raised for these purposes bringing the 9-year total raised to over $1,000,000!

Jun 122015
 

Thanks to the Rotary Charity Duck Race, Glenda Roquemore won a new 2015 Toyota Camry from Hendrick Toyota of North Charleston.  Presenting her the keys is Hendrick General Manager, Jack Morgan. Photoed with them is Dawn Goldys, Hendrick Customer Relations Manager and Cecil Mills of the Daniel Island Rotary Club. #RotaryDuckRace #Rotary7770 150612-Z-ID851-0005

 

Apr 062015
 
EasterMealsThe Rotary Club of Daniel Island delivered 140 Easter meals to the Cainhoy Community Center for families most in need in the Cainhoy/Huger area. Pictured with Miss Ella Chisolm of the Community Center are Rotary Club members Bill Thielfoldt, Mike Sudzina, Russ Long, Bob Wood, Larry Wetzel, Bill Stevens, Peter Mumola, Jerry Bacon, and Cecil Mills.
Mar 162015
 

RotaryLiteraryEighth 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

Dec 082014
 

Rotary Club donates gift boxes to seafarers. Daniel Island Rotary Club members packed and donated 100 gift boxes of assorted toiletries to the Charleston Port and Seafarers Society. The gifts will be given to seafarers who are in Charleston over Christmas.PatJudy

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