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Past Speakers
NO Speaker- No Meeting (meeting off-site)
Jan 31, 2019 12:00 PM
Tour of the Menehune Mac factory
Rusty Komori - Motivational Speaker
Jan 24, 2019 12:00 PM
“Beyond the Lines”, building leadership for business and achievement.
 
Meeting Responsibilities
Club Meeting - 01.24.2019
Presider
Naito, Candice
 
Greeter
Tanaka, Yoko
 
Pledge of Allegiance, Introductions, and Four-Way Test
Sonoda, Scott
 
 
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Waikiki Health Center in collaboration with Pam Chambers- Next Step Forward Program - job interview training for homeless at the Next Step forward Shelter, teaching them skills to help them find jobs.
 

“"For me it’s being able to use my skills to be part of the homeless solution, to help that problem go away a tiny bit,” Chambers said.

While Chambers’ Next Step students were looking for tips on how to look and act for job interviews, Chambers’ primary goal was simple. “I want them to be able to walk into a room like they deserve to be there,” she said.

All of the students come from Next Step’s job training program and earn money doing basic chores.

“They’re already employed at the shelter,” Chambers said. “But the goal is to get them employed outside the shelter so they can actually find a rented room.”"  (Source; Honolulu Star Advertiser Online June 1, 2018)

Foundation Chair Rich Courson had the honor of recognizing Stanley Tokigawa as a Second Level Major Donor at the August 24th weekly club meeting.  Courson mentioned that Tokigawa did not want the spotlight; nonetheless, the recognized is well-deserved and also serves as inspiration toclub members who all congratulate Stanley on this honor.
 
Foundation Chair, Rich Courson, had the pleasure of awarding three club members for their contribution to the Rotary Foundation during the August 24th weekly club meeting held at Ala Moana Hotel. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of US$1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. 
At the August 17, 2017, weekly club meeting, Club President Scott Wishart opened with a "Did You Know" fact that August is National Back to School Month.  So, it was fitting that our guest speaker from Hawaii Community Foundation administered a pop quiz.  Eric La'a, Senior Development Officer with Hawaii Community Foundation, shared with the club how to make giving easy.
 
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Ala Moana Hotel
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  • Danielle Lum
    May 13
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  • David Arita
    May 1, 1997
    22 years
  • Barry Harris
    May 19, 2012
    7 years
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    May 19, 2016
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Foundation Chair Rich Courson had the honor of recognizing Stanley Tokigawa as a Second Level Major Donor at the August 24th weekly club meeting.  Courson mentioned that Tokigawa did not want the spotlight; nonetheless, the recognized is well-deserved and also serves as inspiration toclub members who all congratulate Stanley on this honor.
 
Foundation Chair, Rich Courson, had the pleasure of awarding three club members for their contribution to the Rotary Foundation during the August 24th weekly club meeting held at Ala Moana Hotel. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of US$1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. 
 
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