Lexington Sertoma Club
Pictured above is club members Jim Harpe and Gyles Hall, Columbia College Sertoma Club & audiologist students, and Cocky at Lexington Kid's Day. Our club set up a "Safe Ears" display at the event where we gave out literature about noise induced hearing issues and passed out free ear plugs.
Pictured above is the Lexington Sertoma Club's new Hearing Display at the Lexington County Library located on Hwy 1. The display was designed and installed by club member Peter Balsamo. It contains numerous free pamphlets about noise induced hearing loss and ways it can be prevented.
The Lexington Sertoma Club is a local civic organization in Lexington South Carolina chartered in January 1977. Our primary focus is communication - helping people with speech and hearing disabilities. We also strive to "give back" to our community by contributing to other local projects and activities.
Some of the main sponsorship recipients from our club include the Sertoma Foundation, Camp Sertoma of South Carolina, Sertoma National Heritage Program, Lexington Dixie Youth Baseball, Lexington County Aging "Christmas in April" Program, Nancy K. Perry Children's Shelter, Meals on Wheels, and the Sertoma Service to Mankind Award.