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Sertoma Names Chris Weston International Director

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Chris Weston was recently elected the international director of Sertoma’s Atlantic Coast Region, which covers more than 100 Sertoma Clubs and several thousand Sertoma members in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and part of Georgia.

Weston becomes one of Sertoma’s seven international directors nationally, and will play a significant role in policy making and governance of the organization at the regional and national levels.

Weston previously served as president and chairman of the board of The Columbia Sertoma Club and as district governor for 10 Sertoma Clubs in central South Carolina.

He is the owner of CT Weston & Associates, which provides financial planning and insurance counseling.

Weston resides in Columbia with his wife, Anne, and their two daughters.

Sertoma has more than 20,000 members nationally and annually raises more than $20 million for various charities, with a particular emphasis on children’s charities and speech and hearing issues.

See the story in the Columbia Star.

Columbia Sertoma Honors Charter Members

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The Columbia Sertoma Club was founded on June 2, 1950, making it one of South Carolina’s oldest and most successful charitable and civic organizations.

Over the past 57 years, the Club has given over $3 million to the Carolina Children’s Home, helped to eradicate polio in South Carolina, assisted in building Riverbanks Zoo, and contributed to dozens of other worthwhile causes statewide.

The Club still has three active charter members Robert Walker, Robert van Doren, and Gettis Wood, which the Club recently honored.

The Columbia Sertoma Club appreciates and thanks Walker, van Doren, and Wood for their continued good deeds and their lifetime of service to mankind.

See the story in the Columbia Star.