Jul 142017
 

On Wednesday,  July 12th we had three non-Rotarians were recognized by the club as Paul Harris Fellows.  David Baldwin was recognized for his participation in the clubs Adopt-A-Highway project by Blount Shepard. Joel Collins recognized his two children for their accomplishments.

 

Jul 252016
 

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Chip Lyerly: It is with great sadness that we make this posting. Our club lost a dear friend and founding member on Thursday July 21, 2016.

Chip Lyerly’s service will be held on Friday July 29th,  2016 at 2:00PM at St. Simon and St Jude Episcopal Church, 1110 Kinley Rd, Irmo.  Please continue to keep Michelle and family in your prayers.

Chip was an active member of our club and we have many fond memories of his “Service above Self” acts, particularly organizing the youth shadowing project. H

Jul 212016
 

Billy Stanick InductionBusiness owner, Billy Stanick was inducted as a new member of the Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo. Billy was sponsored by Kevin Meetze of Meetze Plumbing. The membership is excited to welcome Billy as a new member to our club.

Jul 192016
 

District Conference 2

Past District Governor Rod Funderburk will be our speaker this week. Rod will give us some details on his trip to Seoul, Korea and some Rotary highlights too. We are proud that Rod served as Rotary District 7770 District Governor last year. Join us also for the induction of our newest member Mr. Billy Stanick, sponsored by Kevin Meetze. Wednesday morning, 7:30AM at Seven Oaks Park.

Jul 132016
 

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Congratulations to Jack Terrell for being named Rotarian of the Year at the July 13th meeting. Jack, is a long time member of the club and has been in charge of many of the service projects the club has participated in. Jack works for ICRC and is an excellent example of “service above self”.

 

Dec 132015
 

On December 12, 2015 The Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo spent the day doing their annual ringing of the bell for The Salvation Army.  Each year rotarians from our club spend the day ringing the bell and raising money. Rotarians and some very important elves spread christmas cheer while getting the word out about rotary and our club, all the while raising money for this very important charity.  Merry Christmas!

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Dec 132015
 

On December 12, 2015 The Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo spent the day doing their annual ringing of the bell for The Salvation Army.  Each year rotarians from our club spend the day ringing the bell and raising money. Rotarians and some very important elves spread christmas cheer while getting the word out about rotary and our club, all the while raising money for this very important charity.  Merry Christmas everyone!

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Oct 262015
 

The Rotary Club of Lake Murray-Irmo is a strong group of business professionals that are civic and community minded. Our weekly breakfast meetings allow us to enjoy fellowship while striving for common interests.   We believe that service to our community is an extremely important aspect of our club membership. We believe that we have a responsibility to work to improve our communities. Our club members regularly serve their community through participation in various community service projects. The club is active in both the Adopt-A-Highway and Meals- on-Wheels programs. We work with the Interact clubs of Dutch Fork High School and DJJ to provide young people with support and guidance through meaningful service projects. Additionally, the club is committed to education and provides scholarships to deserving students attending college through the Ambassadorial Scholarship program. The club also partners with area elementary schools to recognize an outstanding student each month.

Fundraising is also an important part of what we do as we support local charities like the District 5 Foundations Snack Pack program.  Each year we host a golf tournament as well as participate in a Carraba’s Luncheon and a Belk Charity fundraising sale event to put towards local charities as well as scholarships.  The Lake Murray-Irmo Rotary Club has taken C.A.R.T. Fund (Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust) bucket fundraising to a new level.    This year we have begun placing the C.A.R.T. fund buckets into local businesses to extend our reach in the community and increase awareness of Alzheimer Disease research.

We are looking forward to participating in the district conference being held in Columbia, SC this year in March and hope we can connect with other clubs nearby to move forward with sharing great ideas to help our communities.

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