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                Rotary Club of Honolulu Committees


              CLUB SERVICE

Meeting Operations Before the Weekly Meetings:

Attendance/ Check-In – Arrange badge boxes, record attendance, Arrive 30 minutes prior to meeting.

Greeters – Greet members on arrival-promote friendship. Arrive 30 minutes prior to meeting

Visitor Registration: Volunteer at the visitor registration desk. Greet visitors. Exchange banners, present visitor leis and provide information to President/head table for recognition of foreign visitors

Meeting Operations During the Weekly Meetings

Inspiration – Volunteer to provide the Inspiration segment at the meeting.

Meeting Photography Photograph meetings and events for the Tradewind.

Music: Volunteer to accompany and lead weekly songs.

Pledge of Allegiance: Volunteer to lead the Pledge of Allegiance.

Scribes-Volunteer to summarize the meeting events and speakers for publication in the Tradewind

Public Relations-Coordinate information for submission to the media on club events, projects & weekly meetings.

Roster-organize and update the hard copy of the roster for publication (publicized in August)



Membership Recruitment: Seek new members and encourage the sponsorship of new members

            40 Under 40:  Actively seek new members who are under 40 years of age.

New Member Course: Hui Ho’owali

Membership Development & Retention-Fellowship-Creates fun and interesting events for members

            Mentoring- Assign mentors to new members to assist with their introduction to the Club.  Train mentors.

Sunshine – Identify members in need of Club support. Send cards, make calls etc. as needed.

Placement – Encourage all members to participate in Club committees and activities.



Dictionary Project –Volunteers present dictionaries to 3rd graders in the schools- (October, November)

Early Learning Reading Program: In collaboration with Good Beginning Alliance, we purchase books and travel wtih Legislators  to read to preschool children across Oahu.

Keiki Vision – Volunteers perform vision testing at elementary schools on Oahu.  

Environmental Committee: Improvement of our environment through hands on projects.

RAT Pack: Hands On construction projects that assist various non-profit organizations.

Family Programs Hawaii:  Volunteer for the annual Holiday Party benefiting foster children

Centennial Committee:  Help plan a project, special event, and/or PR for the Centennial Celebration in 2015

Purple Pinkie Polio Project:  Educate school children about Polio and follow up with a student led fundraiser

Rotary Gives Thanks:  Assist with the annual Weinberg club project to be coordinated by the President Elect          

YO! Youth Outreach House: Working with homeless youth in Waikiki you would provide support, meal services and assist with teaching skills required for the youth to achieve their GED certification.

Peacemaker Committee: Volunteer to assist with the annual Peacemaker video contest that is open to all schools on Oahu (Spring). Seek nominations for the annual Jerry Chang Peacemaker award and assist with the program.  Participate in the Hawaii Peace Forum to be held in Honolulu January 2013.

                                      MAILE HALE COMMUNITY INITIATIVE

Susannah Wesley Center: Volunteer to assist young adults to acquire skills needed to get their CBased High School equivalency degree.  Volunteers mentor the students and prepare them for the job market



Philippines/Thailand/Cambodia project: Volunteer to mobilize club resources, members and the community to

work on and sponsor international projects in collaboration with Rotarians abroad.

Sister Club Relations: Maintain contact and exchange information with sister clubs in Taipei, Tokyo Shimbashi, Kyoto and Pusan, Korea.


Interact: Volunteer to work with our Interact Club at St. Andrew’s Priory School.

Rotaract: Volunteer to work with our Rotaract Club at Chaminade and develop a club at BYU.

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA): Coordinate Club involvement in a RYLA program to develop youth leadership skills.

Educational Programs & Scholarships: Identify potential recipients for Rotary scholarships including Hawaii Rotary Youth Foundation, and Peace Scholars.

Youth Exchange: Promote the benefits of Youth Exchange as a leader in fostering world understanding through cultural exchanges of high school students. Facilitate hosting inbound and identifying outbound students.


                                     VOCATIONAL SERVICE

4-Way Test: Promote the 4-Way Test through an annual essay contest for Oahu high schools students. Coordinate school information, judge submissions and arrange award presentations at a weekly Club meeting.

Group Study Exchange: Identify potential participants for the Group Study Exchange Team and host the incoming team during their stay on Oahu. The GSE Team travels to study their vocation abroad and build relationships between countries.

Paul Harris Days: Encourage vocational relationship among members through organized visits to member businesses’ as a weekly Club meeting.

Pau Hana Networking Events: Promote and encourage vocational relationships between members. Seek new opportunities and ideas to allow members to enjoy Rotarian contacts in a vocational based environment.



Grants: Assist in preparation and procurement of local and Rotary grants.

Rotary Club of Honolulu Foundation: Maile Hale (Endowment) and John Warren (Current Projects) funds.

Rotary International Foundation: Promote the work of The Rotary Foundation. Recognize Paul Harris Fellows.

Investments:  Volunteer to be a member of the investment committee that manages the Club Foundation money.