We had a great turn out for the BBQ! Even our DG showed up with his wife to get some BBQ!
Thanks to everyone who helped and participated!
Colonel Jay Seward was honored with the 4-way test award on Wednesday, October 18th. He has never missed a meeting even when he is traveling, he still finds a way to attend a Rotary meeting in that area. He has been our clubs secretary for as long as anyone can remember. He fills in as sergeant at arms when needed. He volunteers for everything our club has. Colonel Seward surely deserves this award. Congratulation on this great honor.
On Wednesday, October 19th the Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo had a non- Rotarian Paul Harris Fellow presentation. The club recognized Miss Emma Sue Kay. Her grandparents are members of our club Mike and T.C. Kay. Her grandmother actually got to do the presentation because she is the clubs foundation chair. Emma Sue grandparents are so proud of the young lady she has become. Congratulations Emma Sue on this honor.
On Wednesday, October 18th our club was honored to have District Governor Gary Bradham as our speaker. He spoke to us about things happening in our rotary district as well as rotary as a whole. He drove home the point of how important ending polio is and what a challenge is it going to be. We were so happy to have him speak. We had an awesome turn-out! Thanks to everyone who made it!
On Wednesday, October 18th, Reese Hart a 5th grader from Leaphart Elementary School was recognized for being the Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo Student of the Month. She was present with her family, as well as, her principal Ms. Courtney Love. She is committed to social action that leads to improvement at our school and the local community. Thank you to Sonic of Ballentine for sponsoring our student-of-the-month program.