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Georgetown Rotary Club

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 1:00 PM
Lands End Restaurant
444 Marina Dr.
Georgetown, SC  29440-2409
United States
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Club Officers and Directors

Immediate Past President
President Elect
Assistant Treasurer
Sergeant At Arms
Director, Club Administration
Director, Membership
Director, Fundraising
Director, Fellowship
Director, Service Projects
Director, Public Relations
Director, Rotary Foundation

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Georgetown Rotary Club 

9th Annual Shag Festival  

April 25, 2015

King Street

Downtown Georgetown Historic District 

7:00 pm til 11:00 pm 


 Shag Lessons:  

included in ticket price

6:00 til 7:00 

food and beverages available on site 


Dance the night away 

with the world renowned band 



Tickets In Advance $20 

At The Door $25   

Go to our Shag Festival Page 


So don't wait!

You can get your Tickets Online!! 







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         (Proceeds Used to Support Alzheimer's Research and other community service projects)    




Rotary Club’s “Happy Feet” Provides Shoes to Georgetown Students

Rotarians and Shoe Show partnered to provide shoes to Georgetown school children.  From left, Rotarians Alan Walters, Sam Hamilton, Shoe Show staff Keshawn Keith, Krista Simmons, Whitney “Nikki” Edwards, Sabrina Casselman, Hillary Caddell, Joyce Messinger, and Rotarians Anne Hartis, and Ed Kimbourgh
With the cooperation of the Shoe Show store in the Walmart shopping center, the Georgetown Rotary Club sponsored a service project called "Happy Feet". The Rotary program was designed to provide new shoes for approximately 80 boys and girls in K thru 2nd grades attending schools in the Georgetown County School District.   Anne Hartis, Director of Service Projects for the Georgetown Rotary Club, said, "The program is designed to help families with younger children. It was so great to see how excited the kids were about purchasing a new pair of shoes and being able to wear their new shoes to school. Rotary is all about service and we believe this is a tangible example of service to our community."
Coordinating with guidance counselors and principals at five Georgetown County schools, students were selected by the schools and letters of invitation given to the students. On a Saturday morning at the beginning of October, the Club partnered with the staff at the local Shoe Show store for a three hour period for the students to come and pick out their pair of shoes. The Georgetown Rotarians along with the Shoe Show store staff fit the students, helped them shop and then checked them out at the register designated for the project.
Shoe Show Manager Nikki Edwards said, "This project was awesome and so much fun. It was great for our store, the Georgetown Rotary Club and the community. Everything went so smoothly, and the kids were so excited. It was a great day, and we were excited to be able to host this. It is a wonderful project!"
Nat Kaminski, President of the Georgetown Rotary Club, said the service project was partially funded by a Rotary District Grant.  “It was a wonderful way to help young people in need as well as a great way for Rotarians to get together to do good in the community,” said Kaminski.



If you miss a meeting,

you can attend any of the following local Rotary Clubs:


            ·   Andrews:  Tony’s Famous Pizza - Monday @ 1:00 P.M.

            ·  Georgetown Breakfast:  Beef O’Brady’s - Wednesday @ 7:30 A.M.

            ·  Pawleys Island:  Litchfield Country Club - Thursday @ 1:00 P.M.

            ·  Murrells Inlet:  Dockside Restaurant - Tuesday @ 12:30 P.M.

            ·  Surfside:  Prestwick Country Club - Wednesday @ 12:00 Noon

            ·  Conway: First United Methodist Church -Thursday @ 12:30 P.M.

            ·  Kingstree:  Brown’s BBQ - Monday @ 1:00 P.M.

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Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

Will it be beneficial to all concerned?




A special license plate is now available for all Rotarians. To find out how to get this license plate, and download and print out the necessary form, click on this link:  http://bit.ly/k66MVy

PS:  Added bonus -the cost of the special tag is $50, but $40+ is sent back to our Club to be applied to your Sustaining Member account at the Rotary Foundation!! 

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