October was a busy month for Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange members. The local chapter held a golf tournament for members, spouses and prospective members on Wednesday, October 4, 2017, followed by dinner at the Seabrook Island Club and remarks by guest speaker, Will Senn, Sales Director for the Riverdogs.
Seabrook Island resident, Robert Driscoll, was inducted into the service club on Wednesday evening, October 18, 2017, and Mitch Lucas, Charleston County Deputy Sheriff, spoke on traffic issues on Johns Island, recruitment difficulties at the County Jail and the Opioid crisis in our local area.
Thursday evening, October 26, 2017, Exchange members, spouses and island residents enjoyed a buffet dinner at the Seabrook Island Club and bus ride into the Gaillard for the CSO’s POPS Concert, “Happy Birthday, John Williams.” The outing was organized by Roger Steel. A great time was enjoyed by all.
The Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club looks forward to their Grant Awards Dinner on Wednesday evening, November 1, at the Turtle Point Clubhouse on Kiawah Island. Thirty-four local, non-profit organizations will be recognized for their services to island residents. These grants are made possible by the generosity of businesses and individuals who advertise in the exchange club’s directory handbook published annually.
-Submitted by Lori Leary