The Palmetto Baseball League team sponsored by the Rotary Club of Five Points has won the Division II Tournament Championship for 2013. Way to Go team!
Marci Medway has nominated Crystal Rookard for membership in our Club. Crystal is General Counsel and Director of Human Resources for Midlands’s Technical College. Her proposed classification is Law-Human Resources. The Board has conditionally approved this nominee, pending publication. If you have questions or comments regarding this applicant, contact membership chair Robert Lentz.
We were honored to have retired state Senator Phil Leventisas our speaker on May 17th, 2013. Senator Leventis represented the 35th District from 1980 until retiring last year. He completed his 8th term as State Senator, making him 4th in seniority at the Statehouse. Senator Leventis stressed the importance of voting in primaries because that’s where the real choices are made and where your vote counts the most.
Debbie Williams of AXA Financial Services was inducted into the Club at last week’s meeting, May 10th. Welcome Debbie!
Dr. Darrell W. Staat, President of the South Carolina Technical College, spoke to the Club about the SC Carolina Technical College which includes 16 technical schools located strategically across the state and its state-wide affiliate programs.
This isn’t our speaker from last Friday, John Leech. But you shouldn’t monkey around if you have symptoms of heart disease. Eat right and exercise like this Lion-Tailed Macaque at Riverbanks Zoo.
Five Points Club Members Jenny Isgett, Jill Michels, Andrew Folks, Patricia Cavanaugh and Cheryl Monahan represented the Club at District Assembly on April 25, 2013 in Sumter.
Bo Bowman spoke to the members about Angel Fight which arranges free air transportation for people who have a medical need that can’t be filled in their local area.
Club members participating in the NAMI walk Saturday, April 20, 2013.
On April 19, 2013, John Bakhaus from the Columbia Club gave an inspirational talk to the Club about the success of the CART project (“Coins for Alzheimer’s Research”).