East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club

Meet Our Board

Brett Fellows

President

Larry Schey

Secretary

Caitlyn Waddington

President Elect

Craig Johnson

Mark Yodice

Treasurer

Mike Bloser

We are very fortunate to have had the leadership of the following past presidents:

 

1. Jimmy Bagwell 1996-1997

2. Pat Campbell 1997-1998

3. Charlie Graham 1998-1999

4. Alec Elmore/ Pat Campbell 1999-2000

5. Bob Dunn 2000-2001

6. Pat Waters 2001-2002

7. Lisa Minnick 2002-2003

8. Mike Harris 2003-2004

9. Jim Rowe 2004-2005

10. Ronnie Coward 2005-2006

11. Mark Foster 2006-2007

12. Alison Dailey 2007-2008

13. Dawes Cooke 2008-2009

14. Wayne Cassaday 2009-2010

15. Nick Williams 2020-2011

16. Elmire Raven 2011-2012

17. Andra Watkins 2012-2013

18. Warren Pruitt 2013-2014

19. John Albrecht 2014-2015

20. Charles Muldrow 2015-2016

21. Mike Bloser 2016-2017

22. Stephanie Bates 2017-2018

23. Tripp Hoover 2018-2019

24. Michelle Whitbeck 2020-2021

25. Sean O’connor, 2021-2022

 

The East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club also has a Foundation that is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Current Foundation Board of Directors:

Brett Fellows

Sean O’Connor

Caitlyn Waddington

Mike Weeks

Mike Bloser

Alison Dailey

What We Do

District 7770 sends teams of young professionals to other countries to perform needs assessments and to study their occupations in outher countries. We've accepted teams of young professionals from all over the world.
Vocational Teams
District 770 took the lead in supporting Coins for Alzheimer's Research, a cooperative Rotary program that supports research for the treatment and cure of Alzheimer's disease .
CART
Over 10,000 children have been saved through Gift of Life, a program that accepts at risk children from developing ountries and provides life-saving surgeries with Rotary funds.
Gift of Life

5 avenues of service: club, vocational, community, international, and new generational

The program sponsors several types of scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students as well as for qualified professionals pursuing vocational studies. While abroad, scholars serve as ambassadors of goodwill to the people of the host country and give presentations about their homelands to Rotary clubs and other groups. Upon returning home, scholars share with Rotarians and others the experiences that led to the greater understanding of their host countries.
Ambassadorial Scholarships
District 7770 sends South Carolina High School students between the ages of 15 and 18 on departure to live and attend high school in other countries for a year. The program is open to children of Rotarians and Non-Rotarians alike. Exchange student candidates must be outgoing, self-confident, friendly, adaptable, and adventurous, willing to learn a foreign language, with above average grades in school. District 7770 currently has 7 students studying around the world and 13 students here in South Carolina for a year.
Youth Exchange
Friendship exchange is an international exchange program for Rotary members and friends that allows participants to take turns hosting one another in their homes and clubs. Participants may travel as individuals, couples, families, or groups, and may be Rotary members or not.
Friendship Exchange
Take a sneak peak at our speakers, socials, and how we engage with our community.