There is no Club Meeting this week – April 14-18. Enjoy!
For years now, the Rotary Club of Five Points has sponsored a team in the Palmetto Baseball League. This year, we are upping our support by attending a game in person.
Club Members are encouraged to stop by McCarter Field (part of the George K. Bellinger Complex at 1211 Veterans Road) at 5pm on April 30 to watch the Rotary Club of Five Points team take on BB&T/Boyle-Vaughan McCarter. Bring a folding chair and come support our boys.
For directions to the complex, click here: http://palmettobaseball.org/cgi-bin/pbl.cgi?map=1
This is an optional social – attendees will be awarded make up credit!
Dear fellow Rotarians,
First or all I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all of those who joined the Nami walk, Second, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to those, walker or not, who made a financial contribution to Nami, Third, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to those, walker or not, contributor or not, who have been willing to hear the word Nami and soon will be the ambassadors of the cause.
Finally, I will not miss the opportunity to say thank you for giving me the opportunity to be involved and know some of you a little bit better.
Carolina Rotaract extends an invitation to members of Rotary Club of Five Points to attend their second annual banquet Friday April 10 at 5:30 on the USC Campus.
Please contact current Carolina Rotaract President, Nicole Newsom (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are able to attend and she will confirm location.
New Rotaract officers will be inducted and new members will receive their Rotaract pins.
There will be members of the Rotary Club of Spring Valley, the sponsoring club and members of Rotary Club of Five Points are most welcome. There will also be a presentation of Carolina Rotaract achievements this academic year. There will be light refreshments.
This week’s speaker is local artist Kirkland Smith. The title of her talk is “Classical Meets Contemporary Art.” This is also our annual teacher appreciation program. Try and arrive early to socialize with your fellow Rotarians. The program will start promptly at 1:00 PM.
Congrats to Club Secretary Jill Michels for being named Club Secretary of the Year for the Large Club category of District
The Rotary Club of Five Points was recognized for achieving the Club Leadership and Presidential Citations at 2014 Rotary 7770 Convention held in this week in Charleston, SC. Congratulations to President Andrew and all Club members for their hard work.
Columbia Open Studios is a weekend-long, free tour of artists’ studios in the Greater Columbia, South Carolina area, including all of Richland and Lexington counties.
April 5 – 6, 2014
Pick up a copy of the guide in the April 2 issue of the Free Times or view online.
The Columbia Open Studios Preview Party is hosted by 701 Center of Contemporary Art in the gallery on the second floor of 701 Whaley, and will feature complimentary hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar and a pop-up art exhibition by participating artists.
Attached is additional information and a few fun photos from last year’s soiree. Plus, get connected with fellow Preview Party attendees on the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/249952001838817/
Georgetown Rotary Shag Festival — April 26th, 2014
Featuring the Sounds of Heart N’ Soul
It is time to sign up for NAMIWalks. Click here to get more information. Christian Depret-Bixio and John Cadena are the captains. Joint the Rotary team in front of the Babcock Building on the infamous and still contested Bull Street property (where there may or may not be a tax-payer funded baseball stadium and entertainment center). The walk is on Saturday, April 5, 2014.. Walkers will gather at 8 AM to walk at 9 AM. NAMI raises awareness of mental illness, eliminates stigma, promotes treatment and raises funds to do all of this.
Send a message or t-shirt size to: Buddy Weir