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  • Monday, January 14, 2013


Flapjack Fundraiser set for Jan. 12
The Apple Gold Group, a franchisee of Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill and Bar, is proud to partner with Azalea Chapter #192 -- The Order of the Easter Star, to host a Flapjack Fundraiser on Sat. Jan. 12 at 7 a.m.-10 a.m. at Applebee’s restaurant located at 1310 N. Main St., Summerville. All proceeds go to the support of Azalea Chapter which contributes to the ESTARL Scholarship for qualifying students of The Grand Chapter of S.C. Tickets for the Flapjack Fundraiser are $7 and can be purchased by contacting Martha Sue Eckles at 873-0537. Breakfast includes a short stack of pancakes, Sausage, Juice and coffee.
Applebee’s is proud to partner with local nonprofit organizations as a way to raise money for their cause. From ticket sales to event day staff, the breakfasts are managed by the nonprofit organization with the assistance of Applebee’s employee volunteers. Breakfasts can be held on Saturday or Sunday morning, and cost the organization around $2 a meal. The Applebee’s Flapjack Fundraisers represent the restaurant chain’s latest efforts to remain active within its local neighborhood. To request a Flapjack Fundraiser to benefit your nonprofit organization please visit www.AGGrestaurants.com

Berkeley County Democrats New Year Meeting
The Berkeley County Democratic Party will have a fundraising pancake breakfast on Saturday, Jan. 19, at Applebee’s Restaurant on Rembert Dennis Blvd in Moncks Corner from 9-11am. Plans for the 2013 year will be discussed. Breakfast is $7 per person. For additional information, call Melissa Watson @ 793-9818 educateyoungpeople@gmail.com or Jane Pulling@899-4463 Lrapulling@homesc.com.

Scottish American Military Society
Saturday, Jan. 12 • 9 a.m.
The Scottish American society is forming a Post and is meeting at the VFW on Bell Wright Road. We meet the second Saturday of each month. If you have been in the military and are retired or active duty we would like to see you. Members of the Air Force, Army, Navy and Coast Guard and are of Scottish heritage are invited.
The Scottish–American Military Society (SAMS) was founded and chartered in North Carolina, April 12, 1981, as a non-profit organization to preserve and promote Scottish and American Armed Forces customs, traditions, and heritage.
Go to S-A-M-S.org for more information.

Dorchester Seniors Inc. Board to meet
Dorchester Seniors Inc. Board of Directors will have their Board meeting on Thursday, Jan. 10 at 5:30 p.m. at the Faith Sellers Senior Center, 312 N. Laurel St., Summerville. The public is welcome to attend.
Dorchester Seniors Inc. is a private, non-profit organization providing services and programs for senior citizens. The organization is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and functions largely with the help of volunteers. The Board also operates two senior centers. Seniors age 50 and up are eligible for membership. For more information please call the Faith Sellers Senior Center in Summerville at 871-5053 or the David Sojourner Senior Center in St. George at 843-563-3709.

The Lowcounry’s Social Women’s Group
Monday, Jan. 14. • 10 am
New to the area? Just looking to meet some great, fun women? Come join our social group.
Location: Perkins Restaurant, 1700 Old Trolley Rd., Summerville.

MLK Program
Monday, Jan. 21, • 6 p.m.
The St. Paul Community and Recreation Park Committee will sponsor their “Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Program at the Greater St. Paul AME Church.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend.

Applications now being accepted for Summer Music Camp Scholarships
The Summerville Music Club is now accepting applications for summer music
camp scholarships. Youth in grades eight through twelve, living in
Dorchester 2 school district, are eligible to audition. Applications may be obtained by calling Nancy Shows 843-873-0827 or by emailing gmom_5@juno.com. Students playing all instruments as well as voice and dance may audition.

Fleet Reserve Association Serves Christmas Dinner To Veterans
Members of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 269 and Ladies Auxiliary Unit 269 teamed up to assist Veterans Village volunteers in preparing and serving Christmas dinner with all the trimmings to over forty veterans residing in a transitional facility located on the old Navy Base. The event was organized by Kristina Friend a seventeen year old teenager who is the daughter of FRA members Perry and Lisa Friend. She is described by her parents as a caring young lady who participates in several volunteer events throughout the year. The Goose Creek Branch 269 membership was led by Branch president Fred Bolz and Ladies Auxiliary president Gail Bolz.

Summerville Day at the Stingrays
The South Carolina Stingrays will have Summerville Day at the Stringrays on February 9th when they battle the Toledo Walleye at the North Charleston Coliseum.  The game is set for 7:05 p.m.  Residents and businesses of Summerville are all welcome to take part in this special night with $17 tickets and $7 from each ticket sold will go to the Summerville Miracle League.
Tickets can be purchased by going to www.groupaide.com and using the promotional code: oOZyJjHY.  Come join your neighbors and support the Miracle League of Summerville on this special night as Mayor Bill Collins drops the ceremonial first puck along with other festivities and promotions from the South Carolina Stingrays.
Please consider joining us for this special night and come out and help cheer the Stingrays on to victory against the Toledo Walleye while showing your support for the Summerville Miracle League and what they mean to the community of Summerville.
Any questions and concerns can be directed to Kyle Huckabee at (843)744-2248 x 1214 or khuckabee@stingrayshockey.com. 

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