By Sam Reed
American Flag Recycling Project
As an Americanism project, the Kiawah-Seabrook Exchange Club has initiated a program to allow residents of the islands to properly dispose of worn out or damaged American flags. They may be brought to a collection area at the Seabrook Town Hall or the Lake House on Seabrook on or before the annual July 4 celebration. The Club will then see that they are properly decommissioned.
New Flag Pole
A new flag pole is being erected this May at the Freshfields roundabout. The Club joined with other Kiawah and Seabrook entities to finance the installation of the pole. The Island Choraliers are providing patriotic music for the occasion.
Welcome New Board Members
Five new Board members were elected in May: Wayne Billian, Jeannie Knowles, Tom Miller, Shirley Salvo, and Walter Sewell.
Speaking of Storms
Justin Healy, a storm protection expert, informed Club members how they might better prepare for hurricane conditions. The Club also renewed its support of child abuse prevention in the Lowcountry.
The Club’s festive luau on May 16 will be held at the Bohicket Marina. A pig roast and Hawaiian entertainment is sure to be a hit with all attendees. The Exchange Club’s National President, Sid Mobley,of San Antonio, Texas, will be attending the party and commending the Club for its 30 years of positive existence and service to the communities it represents.
For more information about upcoming Exchange Club events or to inquire about membership, please contact Sam Reed at email@example.com or 243-0760, or Frank Carrese at firstname.lastname@example.org or 768-9472.