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2013 marked the 14th consecutive year that the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunrise has been invited to participate in the Weinberg Family Program. More than 25 Rotarians painted for four hours at Winners Camp Leadership Academy. In recognition of our efforts, the Weinberg Family Program will donate $10,000 to Youth Outreach (YO!).Mahalo to the Weinberg Family Foundation and Weinberg Family Programs for this opportunity.
The Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunrise has been selected three times as the District 5000 "Rotary Club of the Year. We're also a recipient of the coveted Rotary Achievements Award for assisting in the development of the "Read to Me" program which has been adopted internationally. Come and find out what makes Monday mornings so rewarding.Read More
At Honolulu Sunrise, we're proud to sponsor two Interact clubs: Roosevelt High School and Mid-Pacific Institute. Both clubs joined us for the Rotary Rice Rally event organized by the Rotary Club of Downtown Honolulu. Honolulu Sunrise was also proud to sponsor four Interact members at the 2013 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards. Read More
Fundraiser or fun raiser? Why not both. Following on the heels of last year's Mustache Party, we enjoyed a little mischief with an Irish Theme. Stay tuned for next year's surprise.Read More
With speakers including Bob Harrison, CEO and President of First Hawaiian Bank; Henk Rogers, CEO of Tetris and Blue Planet Foundation; and University of Hawaii geologist Scott Rowland with the NASA Mars Curiosity Rover team, our Monday meetings are a great way to start the week.
When it comes to helping hands, we always have an abundance. Mahalo to our many Rotarians and their families who helped to deliver holiday gift bags to the clients at Next Step Shelter in Kakaako.Read More
The last meeting of every year is dedicated to the clients at Next Step Shelter. Our club, along with very generous members, donated food items, toiletries and other necessities for gift bags for shelter clients. Each bag included a hand-written Christmas card for the recipient.Read More
Mahalo to Santa for stopping by our holiday party to pass out gifts and pose for photos. We're trying very hard to be nice this year so he'll visit us again.
Honolulu Sunrise was instrumental in launching the Read to Me campaign, which evolved into Read To Me International. Today, Honolulu Sunrise continues to be the "Read to Me Club" with Rotarians reading to students from Lincoln Elementary School.Read More
Instead of our annual YO! picnic, this year we provided YO! with a Thanksgiving feast featuring an array of home-cooked fixings
We're also pleased to announce that YO! House will also be our 2013 Weinberg Grant recipient.. Read More
Members from the Rotary Club of Niigata Bandai traveled to Hawaii to invite us to their 20th anniversary celebration on June 2, 2013. We can't wait to visit them, tour their beautiful city and of course, try some sake—after all, Niigata is the sake capital of Japan!Read More
One of our favorite summer traditions is camping with our sight-impaired friends from Hoopono. Last year, 40+ campers were treated to a insightful program by Art Cabanilla, owner of SixthSense, and Yolanda Phelan, owner of Island Skill Gathering. Thanks Art and Yolanda!Read More
This summer we held our meetings at the YWCA. Before returning to our regular location, we left the YWCA with our Honolulu Sunrise trademark: a lovely paint job in their lobby.
In anticipation of the arrival of visiting students to the UH Manoa School of Architecture, past presidents Joe Ferraro, Dave Mozdren and Allen Kamemoto power-washed the entire courtyard. Now that's the way to get things done.
We're happy to help beautify Hawaii. Honolulu Sunrise is a regular supporter of Malama O Manoa, a biennial event which provides free trees, shrubs and botanical advice to the community.
Aloha and welcome to the Rotary Club of Fukushima South. Members and their spouses came to Hawaii to thank Honolulu Sunrise for our Aloha to Japan/Japan Tomodachi initiative which provided assistance for students at the Soma Isobe Elementary School in Fukushima following the devastating earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.Read More
When the tsunami swept into the city of Fukushima, it took with it the parents of 44 of the 125 children at the Soma Isobe Elementary School. From across an ocean and through a network of caring Rotarians in Japan, the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunrise brought hope and support to the children of a heartbroken community.Read More
It has been 11 years since Honolulu Sunrise Rotarian Rob Hail started Email Foster Parents International (now known as eGlobal Family) as an International Service project for the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunrise. Today, the organization is known as eGlobal Family and is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit, providing support for hundreds of children and serving as a model for emerging organizations who are reaching out to needy children around the world.Read More
What would it take to change the world? Rotary's 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to Service Above Self. In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you'll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to support education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, and eradicate polio.Read More
Please join us every Monday (except holidays) from 7:15 - 8:15am. Breakfast buffet: $20, coffee service: $8. Come early for fellowship. Aloha and business attire.
Mark Your Calendar
June 17 ~ Speaker Charlie Memminger
June 18 ~ Joint Board Meeting (current and new boards)
June 24 ~ Roasting President Mike Doss
July 1 ~ Welcoming Incoming President June Nakamura
July 20 ~ Attend the eGlobal Family fundraiser - a Farm-to-Table dinner at Green Rows Organic Farm in Waimanalo