Club Committee Structure
 
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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

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.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Literacy Program - Volunteer after-school tutoring through Hawaii Literacy Organization.  Saturday Story & Craft Time at Mayor Wright and Kuhio Park Terrace Housing.  Family Library Clean-Up.  Prize donations for Keiki Incentive Reading Program.

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

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

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          

Peacemaker Committee: Volunteer to assist with the annual Peacemaker video contest that is open to all schools on Oahu (Spring). 
 

INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

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.

 

NEW GENERATIONS, YOUTH SERVICES

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 speech contest for Oahu high schools students. Coordinate school information, judge submissions and arrange award presentations at a weekly Club meeting.

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.

 

FOUNDATIONS

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.

 

CENTENNIAL PARK
 
Volunteer to be a part of this growing committee.  Opportunities for fundraising, construction, and landscaping.