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Windward Breeze

Latest issue: 04 / 28 / 2016
See below for older issues.

Latest news for our members

On April 23, the District 5000 Spring Assembly takes place. You can register for FREE if you do it no later than March 31! See the Event Calendar for details.

Our Rotary District 5000 calls its members to help fellow islanders on Fiji who experienced one of the worst cyclones in history recently. Read more here.

The membership roster of our club has been enhanced with a new column called Vocation now or earlier. You get to the roster by clicking Members in the top banner, logging in and then clicking Roster in the sub-banner. The information comes from the quiz that Kristine lead a couple of weeks ago. Please take a look and let me (Peter, the webmaster) know if you the information about yourself is accurate or not. Remember that the roster is only visible to members.

Every three years the RI Council on Legislation meets to consider proposals to change the Rotary International Constitution, Rotary International Bylaws, and the Standard Club Constitution. Rox Cooper, our district 5000 delegate to the 2016 Council in Chicago April 10-15, presents six enactments that bear directly on club administration. Read more here.

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Information about our club

Our club was chartered on October 16, 1953, and currently has about 35 members. We meet on Thursdays at the Mid-Pacific Country Club in Kailua. The time of day and other information is revealed when you click here. Visitors are welcome!

Interested in becoming a member? Click here!

Our club officers:

Kate Braden
Vice president:
Tom van der Hout
May Nishijima
Joe Barboo

Other club officers are presented here.

Below: Murray Visser presents a laptop to the Director of the Rjaprajanugroh 24 School Phayao for indigent students in Chiangkham, Thailand. This is the result of a donation of $1,000 from our club.

From 2016 Miscellaneous

High resolution pictures are in the Photo Gallery. To see the picture above, or the album shown as a slideshow above, click the picture or the link that appears with (usually) blue or purple text on or just below the picture.
To see all albums, and in larger format, go to the Members area, log in and click Photo Gallery.

The 4-Way Test

of the things we think, say or do:
  1. Is it the truth?
  2. Is it fair to all concerned?
  3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
  4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
And we usually add:
5. Is it fun?