• We celebrate our 70th Anniversary this year.

    Welcome to the Rotary Club of Summerville. Our club was chartered April 11, 1947.

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    Supporting Our Local Community

    Summerville is the Birthplace of Sweet Tea. We support local nonprofits through our fundraisers.

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  • Our Projects

    Our club serves in both local and international projects.  We truly make a difference in our community and around the world.

  • The whole mission of Rotary is to promote world peace and understanding. One of the ways we do that is through our international projects. 

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  • CART Coins for Alzheimer's Research Trust. 100% of all donated funds goes to Alzheimer's Disease research.

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  • Our club and district offer grants.  Please check out this page to learn about who qualifies, how to apply and the follow-up after receiving a grant.

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  • Our club distributes dictionaries to area 3rd Graders every fall. We have participated in this project for over 10 years.

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  • We partner with the Rotary Club of Daniel Island and raise money for charities located in Summerville/Dorchester County.

     

    To Adopt A Duck

  • Each year we hold our annual golf tournament in September. For the past several years our tournament has been held at Coosaw Creek.

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  • The Rotary Club of Summerville was started by the Charleston club in 1947. Charter night was April 11, 1947, at the St. Paul's Parish House.  There were 22 charter members. We've had 2 father-son presidents in the club's history and 2 brothers as presidents. Our club now boasts 102 members.  

    We meet weekly - Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. Lunch; 1:00 p.m. Meeting Starts

    Sticky Fingers
    1200 Main Street
    Summerville, SC 29483
    (843) 871-7427

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  • Upcoming Speakers

    Oct

    25

    Mary Thornley

    Nov

    01

    Anton Gunn

    Nov

    08

    Sharon Hollis

    Principal Planner - COG

    Nov

    22

    NO MEETING

    Nov

    15

    Paul Brouthers