Annual Fall Fellowship Dinner Ticket and RSVP Information

Join us for an evening of Catholic Christian fellowship, faith, and ideas on October 24, 2019.  This year’s Fall Fellowship and Fundraiser Dinner special guest speaker will be Pamela Sue Evette, Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina.  Pamela is the first elected Catholic Lt. Governor in South Carolina history.  Funds raised by CCP during this event are used to benefit:

  • South Carolina Catholic Radio
  • The Daughters of Saint Paul
  • Our Lady of Mercy Outreach
  • Campus Ministry at the College of Charleston
  • The launch of WBEI, Bishop England High School’s new low-powered FM Catholic radio station

When:  October 24, 2019

Location:  Chancery Meeting Hall (901 Orange Grove Road, Charleston, SC 29407)

Time:  6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Tickets:  RSVP required.  $50 per person (includes dinner and a one year membership to Carolina Catholic Professionals); students $25 with valid student ID.  Click Reserve Your Tickets!

Pamela Sue Evette of Travelers Rest was elected as the 93rd Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina on November 6, 2018.  Evette has been the recipient of numerous business and professional accolades, including the ATHENA Leadership Award®, which honors individuals who assist women in reaching their full leadership potential and provide community service; the Women’s Presidents Organization/American Express 50 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies Award; and being honored as a member of the Impact 50, an annual ranking of the most powerful women leaders of Inc. 5000 companies. She is also a sought-after public speaker and nationally published author.

Evette has always been passionate about and focused on improving educational performance in the community, assisting the elderly and the young – especially those facing illness, and helping small- and women-owned businesses. She serves on the boards of directors of the St Francis Foundation (affiliated with Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital) and the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO), where she is also an emeritus member of the state legislative committee.

A native of Ohio, Evette is the granddaughter of Polish immigrants. Her parents, Jennie and Emil Gajoch, were first generation Americans who taught her the value of hard work and the importance of civic duty and giving back. Evette holds a Bachelors of Business Administration in accounting from Cleveland State University.

Evette and her husband David, COO of QBS, attend Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Taylors. The Evettes have three children, Amanda, 22, Joseph, 20, and Jackson, 11.