Our Next Rotary Speaker!

York County Sheriff – Bruce Bryant

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York County Sheriff, Bruce Bryant will address the Lake Wylie Rotary Club on Tuesday, Oct 28.

Sheriff Bruce M. Bryant’s law enforcement career spans over 38 years; he began his law enforcement career in 1972 when he joined the York City Police Department. Sheriff Bryant joined the York County Sheriff’s Office in 1973, and served at the Sheriff’s Office until 1987, when he joined the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED). Sheriff Bryant served with SLED until he retired in 1996, and then elected to the Office of the Sheriff for York County.

Under Sheriff Bryant’s watch, the York County Sheriff’s Office has become regarded as one of the most innovative and effective law enforcement programs in South Carolina.

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LWRC Recognizes Multiple Paul Harris Fellow Recipient

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From left to right: Karen van Vierssen, LWRC President, Michael Zinn, and Mary Sieck, LWRC President Emeritus.

Recently, the Lake Wylie Rotary Club presented Michael Zinn the prestigious Paul Harris Fellow Award – Plus 2. The Paul Harris Fellow Award is one of the most honorable and celebrated awards in Rotary, and thereby named after the founder of Rotary, Paul Harris. These honorees are individuals who meet high professional and personal standards set forth by Paul Harris.  “Service Above Self”.
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Riversweep – October 4th

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Riversweep Volunteers — Pre-register Online for October 4th Clean Up On Lake Wylie, the first Saturday in October means one thing: Riversweep. The annual lake clean up brings hundreds of volunteers to spend the morning pulling up, clearing out, and hauling off junk, litter, trash, and debris from the shoreline, creeks, and coves around the lake. “The first thing we’d like volunteers to do is go to the event website – www.lakewylieriversweep.com,” says Neil Brennan, … Continue reading

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