What does Sweet Tea have to do with the Rotary Club of Summerville? In 2014, Summerville received the official title of the “Birthplace of Sweet Tea,” and this is just one more distinction (besides an outstanding Rotary Club) that makes Summerville such a unique and quaint town.
The Rotary Club of Summerville has a long and rich history in our community. Our Club was chartered in 1947 and our membership is almost 100 members strong. We meet at Sticky Fingers, 1200 Main Street, Summerville, SC 29483 (located off the 199-A exit of Interstate 26) on Wednesday’s. Social time begins at 12:30 and the meeting starts at 1:00.
Summerville is proud and supportive of the hundreds of local Rotarians who have provided decades of service to our community. More importantly though, Club members have contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to local projects and have provided leadership that led to real ways to help people. Among the local organizations that the Rotary Club of Summerville helped start are the Mayor’s Committee for People with Disabilities and the Summerville Miracle League. We contribute to many admirable causes and award scholarships annually to college bound students who exemplify qualities befitting a Rotarian.
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Don’t forget that we award scholarships to local students. Get your Scholarship Application here.
Help our club support local charities but Adopting a Duck. We’ve partnered with the Daniel Island Rotary Club in one of the largest fundraisers in the Lowcountry. Adopt a Duck and Support local charities in Summerville.
Use this link – Duck Adoption to adopt a duck, make sure to Mark Summerville Rotary Club AND the Rotarian that told you about this wonderful event.