From left, Club President Jaime Moore, Assistant District Governor Tony Pope, and Paul Heinauer.
At the July 18 meeting of the Rotary Club of Summerville, a check for $5,500 was presented to Communities in Schools from the club’s proceeds from the Duck Races held in June. From left, Club President Jaime Moore, Board Chair for Communities in
Schools Deb Smith, Rotary Duck Race Co-Chair Linda Art, Grants Manager for Communities in Schools Phyllis Ledbetter, Vice-Chair for Communities in Schools Julianne Dicicco-Wiles, and Rotary Duck Race Co-Chair Joe Friday. Communities in Schools is a dropout prevention program that provides sixth through eighth grade students with after-school support, counseling, mentoring, homework assistance, and tutoring. The Rotary Club of Summerville meets each Wed. at 12:30 pm at Holiday Inn Express-Summerville.
Paul Heinauer (right), representing the Red Cross, presented Al Bradham from Carpet Care Services and DisasterCare with a plaque on July 25 in appreciate for DisasterCare’s donation to help fire victims. DisasterCare itself suffered a devastating fire in October of 2010. Bradham kept the business open and thriving despite the complete loss of the building itself. He has since provided monetary relief to others suffering a fire such as his by donating to the Heroes for Fire Victims’ program.
Paul Heinauer, representing the Red Cross, presented the Rotary Club of Summerville with a plaque at its July 25 meeting in thanks for its support of its Heroes for Fire Victims program. The club made a donation of $2,500 to help two families of four that had suffered devastating fires.