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Welcome to Hawaii Kai

Hawaii Kai, Oahu

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 5:45 PM
Phil Broms (August 19 & 26 meeting place)
262 Panio St
Honolulu, HI  96821
United States
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6800 Kalanianaole Hwy. #226

Honolulu, Hawaii 96825 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our District 5000 Governor

from the Rotary Club of Hawaii Kai

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Congratulations to Chet Dal Santo 
 
 
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Our Club President Judy Jakobovits
for 2013-2014 
 
   
  
 

Home Page Stories

 
 

 

On Thanksgiving Day our club provided a dinner,

entertainment and gifts to the residents of

Lunalilo Home.  This is an annual tradition for

our club.  This year we went "all out"

to provide a tremendous experience for all. 

Please watch the videos and enjoy the pictures.

 

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The incoming class of 2013-2014 Kaiser High School INTERACT Club members were inducted at our club on 09/17/2013. 

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We presented them with $1,000 for their share of our successful Ducky-Dash 2013 fund raiser held on July 4th 2013.  A BIG MAHALO to the enthusiastic INTERACT team !

 

 

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 We honored all their efforts and assistance to our club and the community. 

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The Hawaii Kai Ducky Dash 2013 was a great success, 

after much hard work and a lot of luck. The Ducky Dash raised over 

$28,000 plus to fund scholarships and local projects.

Thank you McDonald's for sponsoring this great event.

 

To see pictures from this event - click here


 
 
 

The Hawaii Girls court project was 

a big hit again this year. We had 8 girls from the 

project and 10 volunteers participating.  Each student 

was given their own computer and tool kit, 

they disassembled the PCs and put them back together.  

After they were finished, Chris Duque gave a "talk-story" 

on the dangers of the internet and how to remain safe.

  The students listened intently and commented 

afterwards on how enlightening it was.

 

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The October 26th Fall Fantasy Fund Raiser 

was very successful.

 The club raiser over $4,300 in a short time.  

Outback Steak House provided excellent meals 

and service to all.  The silent auction hosted 

by Suzan Forbes brought in 

over $1,200 durng the luncheon.  


Mahalo to OutBack Steak House and 

Suzan Forbes for making this event a great success.


 

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It was back to school time.  Many students do not have 

enough supplies to start school.  The Rotary Club of Hawaii Kai held 

it's annual supply drive and received over $1,700 worth 

of school supplies and donations.  


We are grateful to Long's Hawaii Kai for allowing us 

to use their storefront for our collections.

Mahalo to Long's and all the volunteers who worked that event.


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Speakers

Sep 02, 2014
Kaiser High Interact Induction Ceremony
Kuapa Isle Clubhouse 156 Opihikao 96825
Sep 09, 2014
Daryl Wong
Dentist who make spear fishing equipment
Sep 16, 2014
Jane Yamashiro
Don Aus scholarship awards
 

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