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Sun City briefs %7C February

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Published Saturday, February 2, 2013   |  557 Words  |  

Sun City Hilton Head promotes Shannon Archer
Shannon Archer has been named Sun City Hilton Head's assistant executive director. He had been the community's director of golf business operations since January 2012. Archer has years of experience in golf business-development and has earned awards in that field. He has spent 15 years as a director, general manager or golf professional at golf clubs, and six years in accounting and banking positions. As assistant executive director, Archer will continue to oversee golf operations as well as other departments, and will work closely with accounting staff.

Revolutionary roundtable luncheon set for Feb. 28
The next luncheon meeting of the American Revolutionary Roundtable is Feb. 28 at Belfair Country Club. The guest speaker will be Carl Borick, author and curator at the Charleston Museum and he will discuss "American Prisoners of War in the Revolutionary South 1780-1782." The roundtable is organized to explore and discuss the historic events and people of the American Revolution era with emphasis on the Revolution in the South. Luncheon meetings with speakers are held quarterly. New members and guests are welcome and reservations are required. Details: 843-705-1048, 843-705-7575; ARRT-SC@hotmail.com

Columbia City Ballet to hold special program
The Columbia City Ballet will perform a special show 7 p.m. Feb. 10 at Magnolia Hall in Sun City Hilton Head. "Columbia City Ballet's Last 50 Years" is a new, mixed repertoire of highlights from the past 50 years. Details: 843-705-4027

New service matches retired execs, nonprofits
Encore Professionals Group, a new consulting service for nonprofits staffed by retired executives and professionals, is looking for project leaders who want to give back to the community in a meaningful way. Founded by Bluffton resident Susan Harper, the group links retirees having specific business, leadership or professional skills with short-term, strategic projects at Lowcountry nonprofit organizations. Volunteers put the program in place and then leave, Harper said. She said projects are designed to have "legacy value for the nonprofit as well as the EPG volunteer who will know that he or she made a difference." Encore Professionals Group projects are pre-contracted with the nonprofit organization. Volunteers select the project that matches their interest and skill set. Details: 773-725-2750; info@encoreprofessionalsgroup.com

'Swing into Spring'
The Sun City Hilton Head Lions Club will present a "Swing Into Spring" concert, an evening of big band music featuring the Stardust Orchestra at 7:00 p.m. March 1, at Magnolia Hall in Sun City. The annual concert supports the club's local efforts to help the blind and visually impaired. The orchestra, conducted by Dave McMullen, was formed in 2004 and consists of 16 talented musicians and a vocalist. Penny Dawson provides the vocals to complete the original "big band" sound of that era. The Stardust Orchestra's performances benefit charitable causes chosen by event sponsors. Since their founding, they have raised more than $150,000 for local causes. Proceeds from the concert will go toward purchasing a mobile vision scanner that will aid the club in screening children in area schools. Reserved tickets are $20 and are available by calling 843-705-6236. Details: www.stardustorchestrahhi.com