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Upcoming Meetings

Meeting Info

The Rotary Club of Daniel Island meets on Wednesday at 7:30 AM, with breakfast beginning at 7:15. Our meeting ends promptly at 8:30.

In person meetings are held at the Daniel Island Club (generally 1st and 3rd Wednesdays) or at Blackbaud (generally 2nd and 5th Wednesday), but please check the calendar above to confirm. All in-person meetings are generally also carried on Zoom in real time  You can also join us at one of our Fellowship events, generally on the 4th week of the month. 

We'd love to have you join us. Guests, please email Kevin Condon at if you'd like to join one of our meetings. 


Our 2023-2024 President is Bob Schroeder

Rotary Community Service

Support Special Olympics at Bocce 2024


When: April 27th, 2024

Where: Bishop England

Who: 4 Players and 2 Alternates per team

Time: Gates Open at 8:00, Play starts at 9:30 sharp

Players: Please contact Bill Greene if you'd like to play on one of the two teams

Participants: All are welcome to come and enjoy fellowship and cheer on our Rotary Teams. No RSVP required. 

Rotary Fellowship

Party Gras! The Official Kick-Off To Duck Season!

Each month the Harbour Club hosts Cocktails for a Cause where their members enjoy great food, drinks, and learn all about a local charity! This month the Rotary Club of Daniel Island and our Charleston Duck Race was the featured charity. AND this event, Party Gras, served at the official start of Duck Season and the 2024 Charleston Duck Race! Harbour Club members, Rotarians, and supporters from across the area came together for an evening of food, drink, fun, and a great cause!

Club President, Bob Schroeder, kicked off the presentations with an overview of Rotary International and priorities for the local Rotary Club of Daniel Island. George Roberts, President of East Cooper Meals on Wheels, spoke about the impact the Duck Race funds have had on their organizations and the 100,000+ meals funded by Duck Race proceeds. Then Evan Murray, the 2024 “head duck” spoke about plans for this year’s Race on May 4th and the ways everyone can get involved.

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Meeting Recap

North Charleston Mayor, Reggie Burgess

Today we had the great pleasure of meeting Mayor Reggie Burgess of North Charleston. Some may have anticipated the normal status of city government type of update, but we got to know Mayor Burgess as a man. From his early days when his mother was a single parent raising Reggie and his brother Brian, to then a stepfather, Mr. Willy, who changed his life forever and was a huge influence on the man he is today!

He then moved on to becoming a star running back for Morgan State University and later returned home to serve on the North Charleston Police Department for 34 years, retiring in 2023 as Police Chief. And yes, there is much to talk about with changes in the City of North Charleston, redevelopment of the naval base, the Coast Guard establishing their East Coast Headquarters, and the SCPA redevelopment of the current Westvaco paper mill. And if that was not enough, let’s add on rebuilding the Don Holt Bridge, widening I-526, and dredging the Cooper River channel. A very impressive presentation by a remarkable man whose focus is truly helping and serving all the people of North Charleston.

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Rotary Club of Daniel Island

295 Seven Farms Drive, Suite C
P.M.B. 149
Charleston, South Carolina  29492


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