On Wednesday, September 19th, Myles Mayers a 5th grader from Dutch Fork Elementary School was recognized for being the Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo Student of the Month. He was present with her parents as well as, His principal Mr. Julius Scott. He is always striving to be a good student. He is a mentor to other students in the school. Mr. Scott said that “Myles is destined for great things.” Thank you to Sonic of Ballentine for sponsoring our student-of-the-month program.
Our speaker Wednesday, September 12th was our very own Mr. Joel Collins. He spoke to the group about South Carolina history in the Civil Rights Era. He gave us important information about court cases that were tried in here in South Carolina. It was a very informative morning. Thank you to Mr. Collins for speaking to us.
Our speaker Wednesday morning was Barrett Isbell, from the Communications office of the Lexington/Richland 5 School District. He was also the Support Staff Employee of the Year. He spoke briefly to us about his role with the school district. He then spoke to the club about ways our members could use social media, videos, and websites to enhance their businesses. Mr. Isbell shared some great information with the club and we were honored to have him as a speaker.
In lieu of our normal Wednesday morning meeting, we will have a Club Social. This will be Wednesday, August 22nd at the Hilton Garden Inn (434 Columbiana Drive). Please Join us from 6pm to 7pm. Remember to invite potential new members. President Kevin has deemed this “ask someone you went to school with to Rotary mont.” So this would be a perfect opportunity. See everyone Wednesday night!
Our speaker Wednesday, August 15th was Lisa Hostetler of Lawyer Lisa. She talked to us about estate planning and the probate process. She stressed the importance of having documents in place in case you are no longer able to make your own decisions. She went through the 4 major things and documents you should have in place in case this happens. She was very informative and the club enjoyed hearing her speak.