Service Above Self

Welcome to East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club!

Investing in the next generation, engaging in local community service, and playing an active role in international service projects.

Connect

Business, professional, and community members forming strong connections founded on truth, fairness, friendship, and goodwill for all.

Serve

Creating impactful and sustainable change through club, vocational, community, international, and new generation service.

Grow

Fueling personal and community success through high ethical standards, networking, and service.

Recent Posts

  • Honor an Active or Veteran in Flags for Heroes

    Planning is underway for this year’s Flags for Heroes fundraiser which will take place over Veteran’s Day week. The location will still be at Patriot’s Point but at the Cold War Memorial which is just outside of the entrance gate. Visit the website to choose your sponsorship level that will save flags in honor of […]

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  • July 21, 2020: Speaker – S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control

    Join us Tuesday, July 21st to hear a Coronavirus Update by our local representatives at the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.  DHEC continues to work with federal, state and local partners as it investigates COVID-19 cases in South Carolina. DHEC’s top priority remains protecting the public during this national and state emergency.

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  • Rotarians Receive Narcan Training

    Thanks to WakeUp Carolina, 17 rotarians from the East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club are now trained in administering Narcan (naloxone), an opioid antagonist used for the complete or partial reversal of opioid overdose. Nate Lyles, Program Director at WakeUp Carolina, led the on-line training session during a recent Zoom meeting that the club has been holding […]

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  • Narcan Training June 2nd

    East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club members will have an exclusive opportunity to receive online Narcan Training Tuesday, June 2nd at 8 a.m. This overdose prevention training is recommended for anyone at risk of an opioid overdose, friends, and family of someone at risk, healthcare providers, social services providers, law enforcement, and emergency response providers. You will […]

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