His legacy lives on


At the age of 76, John Scott, as the Low Country Men of the Church Program VP, reached out to Andrew Martinez, caddy for Tom Lehman, to speak at their regular monthly breakfast, this one was special because it was during the week of the Heritage golf tournamant held annually on our little island.

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 "The "Sir" John Scott Memorial Award goes to one high school senior across Beaufort, Jasper and Hampton counties nominated by their school officials for meritorious service without fanfare to God, country, family, school and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In recognition of their results in academics and athletics while serving others, awarded at the Christian Heritage Breakfast. 

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      The"Sir" John Scott Memorial Award 

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Andrew gave an "incredible talk" to 50 guys and suggested his boss, Tom Lehman, be the speaker the following year the week of the Heritage tourney. With the help of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Ministry, which Lehman supports to this day, Andrew and John made it happen. In April, 1997, during Heritage Week, Tom Lehman spoke to a packed house of over 500 men, women and young people and, as they say, "the rest is history" and so began what has come to be known as the Christian Heritage Breakfast. The tradition began because of one man's idea and perserverence. Gone but not forgotten, we honor our founder.

             "Sir" John Scott Memorial

       Honorable Mention Award Winners

Christian Hertage Breakfast

PO Box 5192 
Hilton Head Island, SC 29938 



After years of running and competing in soccer had taken a toll on her, Amanda was drawn to yoga. By 2009 she embraced it fully, taking classed four times a week. She enrolled in an instructor program and became certified in early 2011. Mixing her knowledge of yoga with her degree in public health makes her a strong asset to the studio and to the community.

     Recognized virtually at this year's

         Christian Heritage Breakfast

           planned for April 14, 2021

Kate Anderson - Bluffton HS

Josh Denton - Beaufort HS

McKenzie Kronimus - May River HS

Aaron Rhodes - Whale Branch HS 

                Mikayla Kelca - HHCA

       Congratulations to them all!

Our 2021 SJSMA went to Alexis DeLoach of Wade Hampton High School. She is an honor student in both her high school as well as dual enrollment college courses. Alexis led the girls JV and Varsity soccer teams as a captain starting in 7th grade. She is an FCA leader, active in her church and the community. Alexis will be attending Wofford College in the fall to pursue a degree in Biology.f Bluffton High School. She received an individual plaque, as did all 6 Honorable Award winners. Rachael also received a plaque recognizing her to hang in her high school until our 2021 Christian Heritage Breakfast plus a partial scholarship to attend the Charleston Southern University in the fall pursuing a Teaching Degree. Congrats, Rachel!