Enjoy live music, great food and a spectacular selection of wine and beer at the Vista Night Rotary Garden Party. This year’s proceeds will be donated to The Rotary Foundation in honor of its 100th anniversary. Its mission is to enable rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty. The Rotary Foundation helps fund our humanitarian activities, from local service projects to global initiatives.
Come support this great cause! Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite, from a Vista Night Rotary Club Rotarian, or by contacting us below.
Sponsorships are also welcomed and appreciated. Sponsorships are available on Eventbrite or by contacting us below.
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The Rotary of the Vista Night adopted a family of four this holiday season. Rotarians collected gifts for a local family in need. Last night members of the Rotary of the Vista Night stayed after the weekly meeting to wrap a bike, toys, clothing, shoes, infant supplies and gift cards for an adopted family this Christmas.
The Rotary of the Vista Night embodies “service above self” through many projects both inside and outside of Rotary. Some of the projects that the Rotary of the Vista Night has developed include fundraising initiatives for local non-profits, services projects with Habitat for Humanity, the Salvation Army and Rotary International.
On Friday, November 21 Rotarians from the Rotary of the Vista Night donated dictionaries to over 60 Third Grade students at Bradley Elementary School. The students were very excited to receive the donation and the participating Rotarians enjoyed giving back to local students.
The Rotary of the Vista Night is also adopting a family in need this holiday season through the Families Helping Families program and will be bell-ringing for the Salvation Army in December.
Last night the Rotary of the Vista Night’s members added stickers to all the books and art materials to be donated to the Gonzales Gardens “Here Comes Kindergarten” project. We also put stickers in all of the dictionaries we are donating to Bradley Elementary. As you can see, we had a lot of fun and got finished in record time!
August was a busy month for the Rotary of the Vista Night! We always appreciate our weekly speakers but this month was extra special. Todd Ellis (@toddellissc), the Play-by-Play announcer for the South Carolina Game Cocks and the host of “Carolina Calls with Steve Spurrier” & “The Steve Spurrier Show” was a guest speaker. We are excited to announce that he was inducted as an honorary member of the Rotary of the Vista Night.
Each spring the Rotary of the Vista Night hosts a fundraiser for a local non-profit. This year the Garden Party supported the hard work of Hidden Wounds. In August we were happy to provide a check for over $5000 to this great organization.
The 2015 Garden Party beneficiary applications are now available! Do you know a charity that would be a great match? Applications are due back by November 1st.
Do you want to serve your community? Do you want to impact the world? We have a solution.
Rotary International is one of the largest service organizations on earth, with more than one million members worldwide. Rotarians led the effort in the eradication of polio, and they are force in the movement to ensure clean drinking water for everyone on earth.
At Rotary of the Vista Night we organize projects to support our veterans, build homes for those in need, help share the gift of learning through Rotary Reader, provide life-saving surgeries for children through Gift of Life and so much more.
Think you don’t have time for Rotary?
Your hands could be the ones to provide polio vaccinations to children in countries where polio still exists.
Your face could be the one lighting up with a smile that mirrors the smile of the child who just got her first new pair of shoes in ages.
Your heart could soar with the child in need who got a Rotary-provided bicycle for Christmas.
If you’ve been thinking about getting involved and changing the world then please contact the Rotary of the Vista Night.
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Columbia, S.C. – The Rotary of the Vista Night is excited to announcing their new leadership team for the 2014-2015 year.
Mr. Ross Andrews was elected as the Rotary of the Vista Night President for the 2014-2015 term. Andrews was born in Columbia, SC and was raised in the Pee Dee Region. He moved back to Columbia in 1999 to attend the University of South Carolina’s Moore School of Business and now calls Columbia home. He recently married his beautiful wife and University of South Carolina alumnae, Courtney. Andrews works in the mortgage industry; enjoys spending time with family and friends; the outdoors; Rotary and Gamecock Football.
The Rotary of the Vista Night is excited to announce the following leadership team for the 2014-2015 term:
President – Ross Andrews
Immediate Past President/Vista Watch – Ed Waller
President Elect – Kathleen McDaniel
Treasurer/Secretary – Eric Davis
Executive Secretary – Pat Lawter
Sergeant-at-Arms – Nick Thacker
Membership Chair – Jason Langdale
Foundation Chair – Tad Lewis
Service Projects Chair – Will Edwards
Public Relations Chair – Kristen Beckham
Fundraising Chair – Bill Matheny
Social Chair – Taylor Miller
Club Programs Chair – Will Stork
November 4: Please do your civic duty – don’t forget to VOTE!
Calling all District 7770 Rotarians! David Tirard, our District Foundation Chair, is raring to take your contributions for the Paul Harris Society.
Paul Harris Society members commit to give $1,000 per year to the Rotary Foundation, either by check, credit card, club billings or via TRF-Direct, Rotary’s convenient way to pay monthly via bank draft.
If you’d like to join the Paul Harris Society, simply download the form below and return to David Tirard at:
David Tirard, PHS Chair
1 Queen Crescent
Bluffton, SC 29910
If you have questions about the Paul Harris Society, you may contact David at any of the contact information provided on the PHS form, or you may search for him in the District Database. (To protect the integrity of his inbox, we refrained from publishing his e-mail address here.)