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October 24th is World Polio Day. Please check this video and pass the link to others. District Governor Laura Steelquist: "We are very grateful for William Gates Sr.'s participation in the groundbreaking made-for-social-media video developed in partnership with Rotary. The video, Help #EndPolio Forever is now complete and has been approved by all partner health organizations."

Giovan (Rector of St. Christopher's Episcopal Church) successfully completed a District Grant for 50+ T-shirts for Waimanalo Elementary & Middle Schools. School Principal Noel Richardson will receive a $1,024 check at our meeting on 23 Oct.


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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:

President:
Murray Visser
808-389-9751
Vice president:
Skip Kilburn
808-261-0910
Treasurer:
May Nishijima
808-261-3373
Secretary:
Jerry Allen
808-261-1956

Other club officers are presented here.


On Oct 25, members from our club as well as seven other Rotary clubs performed the annual Weinberg Project in support of the Hawaii Family Promise, which in turn supports homeless families getting back into housing. The project was to paint the outside of their building. 25 Rotarians were needed to receive the $10,000 donation from the Weinberg Foundation, and an amazing number of 55+ Rotarians joined the effort!

High resolution pictures are in the Photo Gallery.
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?