Business briefs for July 21st-27th


Rotary of Lowcountry elects officers for 2016-17

The Rotary Club of the Lowcountry recently installed new officers.

They are: President Alan Beach; President-elect Scott Klumb; Secretary Peach Morrison; Executive Secretary Alice Howard; and Treasurer Doug Crowley.

The Rotary Club of the Lowcountry is known as the little club that could. Although a small club, it is very active in the community, giving its time and funds that it raises to local nonprofit organizations.

The Rotary’s motto is service above self. The club always welcomes anyone interested in becoming a member.

For more information, visit www.rotaryclubofthelowcountry.org.


Rotary of Beaufort elects officers for 2016-17

The Rotary Club of Beaufort installed new officers for the 2016-17 year at a June 30 ceremony at the Cat Island Pub and Grill on Cat Island.

They are Chick Dykeman, co-sergeant-at-arms; Lisa Harrington, president-nominee; Richard T. Bowen, Low Country assistant governor; Chris Steele, administration chair; Suzi Oliver, president-elect; Willie Mack Stansell, III, president; John Harvey, treasurer; Wayne Heath, immediate past president; Jim Weiskopf, public relations chair; Howard Heckrotte, co-sergeant-at-arms; and Whitney McDaniel, secretary; Linda Bailey, weekly bulletin; Thomas Fugard, community service chair; Gina Mounfield, webmaster; Richard Kruger, Rotary Foundation chair; Jay Taylor, fundraising chair; and George Crist, social media.

Beaufort Rotary is very active in supporting each of the Rotary Avenues of Service. Its members participate in numerous community service and vocational service projects. The club members are generous with their time and money in supporting both international service as well as the Rotary Foundation. Youth service is achieved through the Youth Exchange Program.

Habersham named top neighborhood

Habersham has been awarded the “Best Neighborhood Design in America” by the National Association of Home Builders.

For more information call, Habersham Land Company at 843-846-1000 or drop into see the team at 22 Market.

Weichert welcomes sales team member

Sabeth Biangone has joined the sales team at Weichert, Realtors – Coastal Properties.

After 30 years in the service industry, Sabeth put her client service experience to work in real estate. She is a native of Pittsburgh and enjoys the beach, cooking and spending time with her husband and two sons. She and her family are active members of St. Francis by the Sea Catholic Church and School.

Sabeth is a member of the Hilton Head Area Association of Realtors. She is based in the Bluffton office and can be reached at 843-707-2668.

Royster back on Desk at WJCL 22

Shannon Royster has returned to Savannah/Hilton Head to join WJCL 22 News as an evening newscast anchor. She lived and worked in Savannah/Hilton Head for several years as a reporter and anchor.

A multi-award winner, Royster has a regional Emmy, five Associated Press awards and several community service honors to her credit. “Shannon is an experienced and talented journalist. She knows Southeast Georgia and the Lowcountry,” said WJCL President and General Manager Timothy J. Morrissey. “She’s a great addition to our news team and will help with the continued growth of WJCL 22 News.” Royster returns to ther region after most recently anchoring the weekend evening newscasts and reporting for WTVF-TV, the CBS affiliate in Nashville.

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