JULY 30, 2014 - Rotary Club of Waikiki

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JULY 30, 2014 - Rotary Club of Waikiki
JULY 30, 2014
ROTARY CLUB OF
WAIKIKI
HAWAII CLUB 30
CHARTERED
JUNE 20, 1939
DISTRICT 5000
RI PRESIDENT
GARY C.K. HUANG
DISTRICT GOVERNOR
LAURA STEELQUIST
S P E AK E R O F T HE WE E K
MUFI HANNEMANN
11am International Food Fest (IFF) meeting
U P C O MI N G E V E NT S
August 2, 2014
School Supply Drive @ Wal-Mart
Keeaumoku 9am-3pm
August 6, 2014
11am IFF Meeting w/Dave
Program Speaker: Richard “Dick” Matti
August 13, 2014
11am IFF Meeting w/Dave
Program Speaker: Tweet Coleman
Rotary International
Convention
June 6-9, 2015 | Sao
Paolo, Brazil
Register early!
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Waikikisurf
ME E T I N G H I G H L I G HT S
President Chad
presented our
special guests
Music Director
Paul Luongo with
a Rotary 4 Way
Test plaque. And
he was also asked
to sign a
children’s book
that will be
donated to Waikiki
Elementary School
PDG Phil
Sammer and
Ikko Tomita
welcomed our
guests from
Japan PDG
Michio Ajito
& Dr Levy
from Canada
It all started in 1998;
Building bridges between
Rotarians in Hawaii and
British Columbia Canada.
Enhancing lives through
Rotary and Music has
brought these gentlemen
together PDG Roy King
and PP Peter Luongo of the
Langley Ukulele Ensemble.
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Waikikisurf
W E E KLY R E P ORT: W E D N E S D AY - J U LY 2 3 , 2 0 1 4
President Chad Adams called the meeting to order at 12:15
p.m. President Chad was asked by the Pacific Beach Hotel to
make an announcement: They asked for the owner of the old
rusted lime green Toyota parked on the third floor to please
remove your vehicle immediately, adding that it’s not parked
illegally or blocking anyone, they just want it removed from
their parking garage.
PP Janet Scheffer won
the investment portfolio
drawing, but she pulled a
red marble! We ended
the meeting by saying the
Four Way Test, under the
leadership of PP Janet as
her consolation prize.
Bob McDermott inspired us with a prayer of Thanks.
Past President Roy Tanji invited Club members to join him
in the Pledge of Allegiance to our flag.
Enjoy the photos
below from Today’s
meeting...
Past President Dave Hamill introduced all guests at
Rotarians today. He asked all Past District Governors to
stand, our own PDG Roy King and PDG Phil Sammer
stood and were recognized. Next he asked Past Presidents to
stand up and be recognized. Rotary Visitors from D5000
were introduced Bub Wo & a guest from Honolulu Sunset.
PDG Phil Sammer greeted our out of state Rotarians and led
us in song as we all sang our Welcome To Rotary/Welcome
to Waikiki song. Welcome to our visitors from Japan PDG
Michio Ajito from the Rotary Club of Sukagawa and frequent
visitor Dr. Levy from Canada.
PP Mick Minicola walked around the room with the Aloha
Bucket. Thank you everyone for your generous support of
today’s Aloha bucket.
Announcements:
Stephen Morgan reminded us of the Back to School Drive
scheduled for August 2nd from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at WalMart Keeaumoku. We still need more volunteers in the
afternoon. Please volunteer with Stephen.
Our Meeting today was full of beautiful energetic music by
the Awesome Langley Ukulele Ensemble from Langley,
British Columbia in Canada. The group is composed of 20
talented musicians, aged 12–21, and performs 50-80 concerts
a year. The music director is Paul Luongo, the youngest son
of Peter Luongo the previous music director from 1980 who
just retired last year.
"The Langley Ukulele Association is a team of young
musicians, ambassadors and volunteers, who have
established a reputation for providing opportunities to
demonstrate excellence, inspire, build hope, model leadership
and enrich all through entertaining musical presentations
which touch lives."
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Waikikisurf
W E E KLY R E P ORT: W E D N E S D AY - J U LY 2 3 , 2 0 1 4
School Supply Drive
August 2, 2014, Saturday
9AM-3PM
Wal-Mart Keeaumoku
POC: Stephen Morgan
Email: [email protected]
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Waikikisurf
C L U B O F F IC E R S & D I R E C T O R S
2013-2014
Mufi Hannemann, former
Officers
President
Chad Adams
352-0352
[email protected]
VP / President-Elect
Rhodora Pagay
543-6034
[email protected]
Vice President
Roy King
737-1991
[email protected]
Secretary
Bill Amigone
735-2872
[email protected]
Treasurer
PP David Hamil
239-9014
[email protected]
Sgt-at-Arms
PP Bob Tellander
946-9974
[email protected]
Immediate Past President
PP Janet Scheffer
521-1160
[email protected]
Directors
Peter Ehrhorn
Vocational Service
[email protected]
Joe Gedeon
At Large
[email protected]
Brian Bender
Youth Service
[email protected]
Carol Riley
Rotary Foundation Co-Chair
Nina Johansson
Fellowship & Social
[email protected]
[email protected]
Flora Lu
International Co-Chair
[email protected]
David Livingston
Program Chair
[email protected]
Jonas Vibell
At Large
[email protected]mail.com
Ikko Tomita
International Co-Chair/Service
[email protected]
S e r v i c e Chairs
Greeter/Registration
Membership Chair
Community Service Chair
O u r N e x t M e e t i n g -J u l y 3 0 , 2 0 1 4
Kathy Higa
PE Rhodora Pagay
Mayor of the City and County
of Honolulu.
Mufi Hannemann is thrilled to
accept the invitation to join the
Hawaii Independent Party
and run as the people’s candidate for the office of Governor
of Hawaii. By not following
the dictates of any party or their
partisan ideology, he is free to do what’s best for all
the people of Hawaii — and that is to restore open and
honest government, and get Hawaii .
“People are frustrated and disappointed with our government and definitely feel we deserve better,” Hannemann said in his first campaign news release.
He said people felt the current state administration of
Gov. Neil Abercrombie vowed a "New Day,” but people are still waiting for that promise to be fulfilled.
Hannemann, a former Honolulu Mayor and former
City Council member, lost big to then-lesser-known
candidate Tulsi Gabbard for the U.S. House. That
came on the heels of his previous defeat two years before, when he lost the 2010 Democratic primary to
longtime political rival Abercrombie.
Hannemann said he is offering himself as “someone
who will put people first by listening and collaborating, rather than ruling by decree.”
And he pointed to a record of achievement “who as
mayor of Honolulu assembled a very capable, nonpartisan team that left the city a better place than we
found it.”
Rotary Club of Waikiki
PO Box 8622
Honolulu, HI 96830
Stephen Morgan
Literacy Chair
PP Gloria King
Executive Administrator
International Service Chair
Adrienne King
Linda Collard
PP Janet Scheffer
395-2290 [email protected]
Rotary Foundation Chair
PP Gale Warshawsky
Bulletin Editor/ Publisher & Web Coordinator
Sister Club Liaison, Asia
Ikko Tomita,
Flora Lu, Nora Chen
396 3268 | [email protected]
Public Relations
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PP Dick Matti
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