Leaders needed for Fripp Audubon Club
The terms for Sandra Rice and Sally Jessee, co-presidents of the Fripp Audubon Club end soon and the club needs to fill three vital leadership roles – president, vice president (or co-presidents), and treasurer.
Each position is for a 2-year term. However, term length for president and vice president could be shorter in order to start a rotation.
The president and vice president lead the Fripp Audubon Board in establishing annual goals and programs; set up and conduct monthly meetings during the October-May season; utilize social media and general mailings to communicate upcoming programs and area events; and serve as liaison with organizations such as S.C. Audubon and Port Royal Cypress Wetlands.
The positions don’t require extensive birding skills, just good organizational skills.
The treasurer maintains the Fripp Audubon Club financial records; deposits membership and donations funds; pays annual tax and insurance bills; pays or reimburses operating expenditures such as speaker honorariums and operating expenses; and publishes a quarterly financial summary.
Rotary Club, City of Beaufort add Little Library
The Rotary Club of Beaufort, the oldest of Beaufort’s three Rotary Clubs, donated a “Little Library” to the City of Beaufort on Thursday, April 25.
The library, located at the Washington Street Park, at the corner of Washington and Newcastle Streets in the Northwest Quadrant, was built by Rotarian Steve Lanier, and installed by employees of the City of Beaufort Public Works Department.
Lions Club hosting Candy Day
The Beaufort Lions Club is holding a Candy Day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Bi-Lo on Parris Island Gateway on Saturday, May 4.
People who make a donation will get a mint. All proceeds go to S.C. Lions Vision Services to finance eye surgeries. Donation boxes for used eyeglasses, unused contacts, cell phones, and hearing aids will be available.
Beaufort Co. holding 2nd meeting on Bob Jones Field sale
Beaufort County will hold a second public input meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 2, about the possible sale of the county-owned Bob Jones Field to Holy Trinity Classical Christian School. The meeting will be held at the school, located at 302 Burroughs Avenue. A previous meeting was held April 11.
Residents do not need to register in advance for the meeting. For more information, please contact Beaufort County Council member Alice Howard at 843-255-2202, email@example.com or by mail at Beaufort County Clerk to Council, P.O. Drawer 1228, Beaufort, SC 29901.