Rotary scholarship winners visited the Daniel Island Rotary Club to report on their progress and achievements at school. Pictured are Jim Morrill, Daizha Green (2013 scholar), John Common, Sharneisha Joyner (2014 scholar), Chad Vail, Faith White, and Michael Heyward (2015 scholar).
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).
Thanks to the Duck Race, Palmetto Warrior Connection, a local charity that serves veterans, received a check from area Hendrick auto dealers, who registered their ducks in the name of the charity. Pictured are Jermaine Husser, Executive Director of Palmetto Warrior Connection; Dawn Goldys, Hendrick Customer Relations Manager; and Jack Morgan, General Manager of Hendrick Toyota North Charleston. #RotaryDuckRace
We are excited to have a booth promoting our Duck Adoptions at the Live a Better Life Health and Fitness Expo being held on May 23 at the Family Circle Tennis Center, 10 – 5. There will be so much amazing activity and education that there is sure to be something for everyone of all ages. And it is all FREE. Live music by John Cusatis, fitness demonstrations, health screenings, health food, a Kids Zone, a Tennis Zone, a climbing wall, and a fitness challenge ($10) for all ages and fitness levels. What a great way to spend a Saturday!
Daniel Island Rotary members delivered 144 Thanksgiving meals to the Cainhoy Community Center. The Community Center identifies families in the Cainhoy area most in need of this support at this time. With the support of Publix Supermarkets, each family received a frozen turkey and staples to provide a meal for eight people.