The Rotary Club of Rock Hill made donations to the six local non-profits at its end-of-year meeting.
Organizations receiving donations were:
• Local Boys Scouts of America, $1,000 for its Scoutreach Assistance Program for at-risk youth.
• Local Boys and Girls Club, $750 for its programs.
• Cheer for Children, $500 to purchase of hoodies for children.
• Childrens Attention Home, $500 for kitchen supplies for its food service program.
• Early Learning Partnership, $500 for its Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
• Rock Hill Adult Enrichment Center, $750 for a new kitchen floor.
The Rotary Club of Rock Hill makes donations to support local non-profits each year, in addition to its support of the Worthy Camp for Boys and Girls, which is the clubs signature charity.
Officers for 2013-14 also were inducted. They are:
Rebecca Melton, executive cirector of the Childrens Attention Home, president; Frank B. Robards III, senior vice president, senior trust & fiduciary specialist at Wells Fargo Private Bank, president-elect; David Lisk, executive director York County First Steps, president-nominee and treasurer; Ronnie Faulkner, head of technical service Dacus Library, secretary and Debbie Abels, publisher The Herald, immediate past president.
The club also received the Rotary International Presidential Citation and District Governor's Bronze Award for 2012-13.
For information, go to www.RockHillRotaryClub.com.
• Lashawn Williams, a Rock Hill native who has been in the Navy for 23 years, was promoted in June to senior chief petty officer.
She is currently stationed in San Diego at Commander Naval Surface Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet, Surface Forces Ministry Center.
She is the daughter of William and Maggie Caldwell of Rock Hill.
• Alex Quinn, the daughter of Robert & Angela Quinn of Fort Mill, was crowned Young Miss South Carolina at the Little Miss & Teen Miss South Carolina Pageant held recently in Hartsville.
She is a rising eighth-grader at SonRise Academy and LIFE Homeschool Coop. She received a $2000 savings bond and will travel the state this year representing the pageant.
• The competition team at New Attitude Performing Arts Center will perform Aug. 5-9 with a Royal Caribbean Cruise in the Bahamas.