Indian Land - Rotary Club
Club# 74342
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President
 
Wylie, Tripp
Office: 803-283-4118
Secretary, Treasurer
 
Sabia, Babette A.
Membership Chair
Hagwell, Donald E
Director
 
Nedde, Norman R
Rotary Foundation Chair
 
Wilshire, L. Brent
iPast President
Wills, Raymond Dan
Office: 704-843-6170
Assistant Governor
(AG AREA 6 -)
 



Section 1 - Club Information:
Meeting Time:Tuesday at 07:15 AM
Meeting Place:Cruizin' Reubenz
Meeting City:Indian Land
Meeting Address:Cross Creek Shopping Center
Meeting Directions:
Link to Map Directions: Click here for map and directions
Club Description:

The Indian Land Rotary Club was chartered October 25, 2006.  Since that time, this club has distributed dictionaries to all the third graders at the Indian Land Elementary School and have now added the brand new elementary school - Harrisburg Elementary.  We have sponsored students to attend RYLA, to attend Boys and Girls State as well as granting scholarships.  This past year we gave out over $3,000 in scholarships to worthy students at Indian Land High School.

The club has participated in a clean water project with several other clubs (primarily Fort Mill) bringing clean water to a mountain village in Honduras.  This project was dedicated in October, 2013.

The club has sponsored the Indian Land Fall Festival, first jointly with Sun City Carolina Lakes and The Gateway, to help build and furnish the Del Webb Indian Land Library - to which the club donated ~$40,000.  And now, as this festival continues to grow we have raised funds to help the community in several ways, including furnishing smart boards for the Middle and High Schools, the Dolly Parton Imagination Library, summer reading programs at the Del Webb Indian Land Library, arts & science camp each summer in Indian Land, as well as sponsoring at least 4 different sports teams in Indian Land.  One of the main features at the festival is the South Carolina State Chili Championship cookoff - a CASI (Chili Appreciation Society International) sanctioned event where the winner represents the state of SC at the international cookoff in Terlingua, TX.

The ILRC also participates in highway clean up being responsible for a two-mile stretch on Highway 521.  The club has helped several young men with their Eagle Scout projects both with funding and physical labor.

Link to Club Website:http://www.indianlandrotary.org
Link to About US:
Link to Project URL:
Club Phone Number:803-547-0280
Club's Mailing Address:6277-600 Carolina Commons Drive #125,  Indian Land  SC  29707
Charter Date:25-Oct-06
Calendar:
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Section 2: Club  Committee:
CommitteeCommittee TypeAction
Indian Land

Section 3: Club Members and Positions:
Member NameClassification / PositionBusiness Name
Alford, Jane L. Newspaper publishing- EditorCarolina Gateway 
Cooper, Adam H. Chiropractic MedicineCarolina Chiropractic & Wellness 
Douglas, William Retired College Professor 
Endres, Brian Loan OfficerMain Street Home Loans 
Goss, Oliver T Jr. (Terry) Business owner 
Graham, Terry Business Owner 
Hagwell, Donald E (Don) Chemist 
Helms, Denise Credit UnionFounders Federal Credit Union 
Honeycutt, Jerry D PE Teacher & Coach 
Lengers, Hans L. Hosiery ManufacturingU.S. Textile Corp. 
Little, James T. (Tracy) InsuranceState Farm Insurance 
McCray, Kevin L Resource Development CoordinatorUnited Way of Lancaster County 
Miller, Bryce L Financial PlannerSpaugh Dameron Tenny 
Nedde, Norman R Retired Orthopedic Surgeon 
Neese, J Michael (Mike) LandscaperIndian Land 4H CLUB 
Sabia, Babette A. Administrative professional 
Schwartz, James B (Jim) Member 
Snipes, Sharon H RealtorAllen Tate 
Thomas, Stacy Osborne Credit UnionFounders Federal Credit Union 
Walker, Archie Business owner 
Walker, Lisa CFOMagic One 
Warrin, Richard Hospital ManagementSprings Memorial Hospital 
Wills, Raymond Dan (Dan) Center Service DirectorJaars 
Wilshire, L. Brent (Brent) Retired Opthalmologist 
Wylie, Tripp General ManagerLancaster Motor Company - Chevrolet & Cadillac