Each quarter The Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo participates in highway clean up in our community. It is that time again! This program benefits our community by establishing stewardship of public lands while advancing tourism, enhancing quality of life for all of our citizens by improving the appearance of our area. and saving taxpayer dollars by performing a valuable service on a volunteer basis. Come join us for Adopt-A-Highway clean up on august 29th!!!
The Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo is actively involved in Adopt-A-Highway program in the Midlands.
Through the Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt-A-Street programs, caring citizens take part in preserving and maintaining streets throughout the Midlands. A wide range of community organizations, like civic groups, businesses, schools, and churches, adopt sections of road in or near their communities and remove litter from those segments at least four times a year for two years.
The benefits are significant. First, the program serves as an educational tool against littering and establishes stewardship of public lands. Secondly, the program helps advance tourism, development and quality of life for all of our citizens by improving the appearance of our area. Finally, the program saves taxpayer dollars by performing a valuable public service on a volunteer basis.
It was a lovely evening to gather to remember the wonderful things Rotary has accomplished and also to fellowship at this joyous time of year. We had many of our Charter members with us and Past Presidents. The evening was truly one of great celebration. Congratulations Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo on your silver anniversary. Cheers to another 25 years!
On December 19, 2014, the Rotary Club of Lake Murray/Irmo Rotary Club sponsored a “Celebrate with a Chief” event at the Irmo Wal Mart store located at 1180 Dutch Fork Road, Irmo, SC 29063. The Rotary Club has donated $400 to two deserving families, selected by the social worker at Irmo High School, to shop for items that they may need to make their holidays a little more cheerful. The Chiefs involved in the event are Assistant Fire Chief John Hendrix of the Irmo Fire District and Police Chief Brian Buck of the Irmo Police Department. Also in attendance were some of the Rotarian’s from the club.
Please join The Rotary Club of Lake Murray Irmo for our annual fundraiser at Carrabbas Italian Grille on October 28th. Enjoy a delicious lunch while all proceeds go towards funding our various service projects including Meals on Wheels, Snack Pack Program, Keep the Midlands Beautiful adopt a highway, PAALS (Palmetto Animal Assistance Life Services, Irmo Police Explorers, Irmo Highschool Jr ROTC and Homeworks. Sit service or take out available.